If your parents, like millions of other older Americans, are fiercely protective of their independence but struggle to keep up with the day to day demands of living alone, an assisted care community may be the answer you’re looking for.
If you've enjoyed being immersed in the arts and entertainment community your entire life, there's no reason your social agenda should change after retirement. For many seniors, supporting the arts goes beyond simply attending a performance once a year to philanthropic endeavors or even volunteer opportunities.
The way the Marjorie P. Lee community speaks about Michelle LaPresto, Community Relations Manager at MPL, you would never guess that she hasn’t worked in the eldercare field her whole live. With her sharp sense of humor and easy laugh, she plays such a large role in making senior life at Marjorie P. Lee feel like home.
Senior living communities and plenty of public places have taken pains to be more accessible for Americans with visible disabilities like physical handicaps. Handicapped bathrooms, wheelchair accessible seating, and handicap parking can be found at every retirement community and office building in America.