This helps you decide whether the individual is suitable for your needs.
This is part of the series Retirement Rescue. Retirement communities is a term utilized to refer to many areas for living in retirement that include 55-plus communities. Communities of this type have smaller dwellings which require lesser maintenance. These communities have homes with smaller yards as well as residents with the responsibility of managing maintenance issues.
These communities are often set on a golf course or on a lake. These communities are popular because they offer a basic lifestyle and lots of amenities. These communities do not come cheap.
Some retirement communities provide housing without a kitchen. It is possible to eat meals in the dining room and receive slightly more help.
It is also possible to live in assisted living that provides any assistance you may need like dressing or eating. The nursing homes could also constitute retirement living depending on your needs. The different levels offer differing levels of care, autonomy, and facilities.