What do I need to consider in planning a move to Air Force Village?
How will I know when it’s time to move to a retirement community? More Info
Ask yourself these questions and if you answer “yes” to any, it may be time to move to Air Force Village – to a lifestyle that will free you from the responsibilities of maintaining a home and routine bill paying; give you peace of mind about your health and security; and open up exciting new possibilities for social life, wellness, gratifying activities and fun.
I’d like to remain independent, yet enjoy the benefits of a retirement community. More Info
Independence means you get to make choices about the way you live, what you do each day, where you go, what you eat, the friends you choose to spend time with … essentially, all the independent decision-making you enjoy now. At Air Force Village, you will continue to enjoy independence through choices every day, plus you’ll reap benefits that will enrich the quality of your life.
Independence in Residential Choices – You can select a residence that is just right for you. A high-rise apartment, perhaps, or a cozy cottage. Maybe one of the upscale new ranch-style homes in The Gardens at Air Force Village II or a villa-style Hill Residence at Air Force Village I. And Air Force Village will handle the maintenance, landscaping and weekly housekeeping.
Independence in Activities – Every day at Air Force Village, you’ll discover new ways to enjoy life – through exercise, parties, clubs, organizations, hobbies, travel, sightseeing, shopping and educational opportunities.
Independence in Dining – Excellent dining options and venues allow you to explore new cuisines, support your individual dietary needs, indulge in an alluring selection of freshly-prepared dishes, enjoy a casual, light meal or savor a five-course gourmet dinner.
It will, indeed. Most of the change will be significantly for the better. You’ll live in a secure environment with the assurance of a full continuum of health care services and facilities should you need them. You’ll make friends in this community that is incomparably friendly to newcomers, where everyone shares a history of military service. You’ll say goodbye to the responsibilities of maintaining a home. You’ll alleviate your family’s concerns and they will be delighted to see you living in this active community with so many attractive options. Yes, you may miss your home, neighbors and friends … but as Air Force Village residents can attest, the benefits will far outweigh the losses in due time.
My family has concerns over such a big decision. More Info
Moving to a retirement community is a big decision – but one that will ultimately result in your peace of mind, happiness and personal security. Discuss the pros and cons with your family and let them know why you are considering a move – whether it’s loneliness, health concerns, the need to decrease your household responsibilities, a desire for community and relationships, a healthier lifestyle to improve your mental, physical and emotional well being, etc. Invite them to visit Air Force Village with you and we’ll show them around.
And your family is invited to visit you and stay in our guest residences. They can meet your friends, see your new lifestyle and appreciate that this is a highly beneficial move to you.
I don’t want to be a burden to my family. More Info
We all hope to stay healthy and independent, but the reality is, many of us need some form of care as we get older. It can be short-term rehabilitation care following surgery or an illness. Or a move to assisted living where we can retain as much of our independence as possible, with a little personal assistance in the activities of daily living. We might need long-term care or dementia care. Air Force Village makes the transition from independent living to other forms of care as seamless and painless as possible. Families lend loving support without being burdened with day-to-day care. Residents who require care are relieved of the anxiety that comes to those who must turn to their families for care giving. Once you are a resident of Air Force Village, you are entitled to all levels of health care. And as a CARF-CCAC accredited Continuing Care Retirement Community, Air Force Village is at the upper echelon of communities nationwide – your assurance of quality care, professionalism and excellence.
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