Peach Tree Times
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Independent retirement can provide a much-needed change of pace for many seniors and older adults. Here are a few of the benefits of moving to an independent living community.
At an independent retirement community like Peach Tree, you aren't responsible for any of your home maintenance. Do you hate mowing the lawn? You don't have to! Is your faucet leaking? You don't have to fix it yourself. The staff also handles things like shoveling snow, cleaning gutters, raking leaves, and trimming trees.
Meals cooked for you
Grocery shopping, cooking, and cleaning up can take a ton of time out of your day. At Peach Tree, all of that is taken care of for you! You'll get three home-style meals every day, and we even wash the dishes.
More time for hobbies
With all the time you save by not having to do maintenance, cooking, or cleaning, you'll have more time to explore your interests. Always thought about picking up a particular hobby, but never had the time before? Now you can!
Instead of paying for everything separately, (such as rent, garbage, water, and power), all of it is included in one payment. You won't have to worry about keeping track of as many bills, saving you time and energy.
Amenities & Conveniences
A variety of amenities are a part of living at Peach Tree. Feel the burn in the exercise room, or find a new book in the library in our activities room. Get fresh fruit from our mini orchard or just spend time walking around our beautiful property.
Safety & Security
With staff members on-site 24/7 and emergency alarms in every apartment, you'll have peace of mind. Independent retirement communities are built with seniors in mind. Things like grab bars, emergency pull strings, and wellness checks are standard, so you won't have to worry about your safety.
With so many neighbors, you're certain to find new friends. Whether it's hanging out in the dining room after a meal, or drinking lemonade and chatting with your neighbors on the porch, there's plenty of opportunities to expand your social circle.