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If you have spent the past 40 or 50 years working tirelessly to provide for your family, but they've all flown the nest, it's about time you started thinking about yourself.
Do you want to be able to look back at your diary in a few years and marvel at the adventures you’ve been on? Well then, don't allow the smaller things drag you down in your later years.
Moving into an assisted living development is a life changing decision – but for the better. You will be able to continue owning your own home, live independently and maintain your privacy with the added benefit of companionship, personal care and domestic support.
These little extras will help you make the most of every single day and enjoy your later years in the way you’ve always dreamed of. Whether you pictured yourself flying around the world visiting all sorts of exotic destinations, or just spending more time with the family, you can enjoy a vibrant and fulfilling later life.
When you’re not living out the adventures you planned in your youth, you can enjoy a rewarding lifestyle at home. An assisted living development offers delicious and nutritious meals for those days you don’t fancy cooking, housekeeping so meticulous you won’t find a spot of dust, and plenty of social events in shared areas where you can chat with friends and meet new people.
Moving to a retirement development provides so many opportunities for people that still want to enjoy their life. It’s probably the complete opposite of what you’d expect. If you want to own your own home, but don’t want the same level of responsibility that you currently have, assisted living could be the perfect solution.
To find out more about the benefits of assisted living, click here to visit the McCarthy & Stone Facebook page. You’ll be able to see photos of the different types of accommodation and watch videos about the things that other homeowners have been up to since moving into new homes - as well as enter competitions for the opportunity to win the holiday of a lifetime!
If you’ve been looking forward to your retirement for a long time, why shouldn’t you demand the good life? Make sure that your later years are packed with fun and adventure while you keep hold of your independence and privacy – you’ve spent your whole life working towards it!