Memory care How to Find the Best Memory Care in Tampa, FL
Tampa, Florida, is a culturally rich region that’s quickly become the No. 1 retirement spot for seniors. With nearly 1 in 5 residents older than 65, there are plenty of opportunities to make lasting connections. Local businesses and the city government have responded to the graying of Tampa with a wide range of senior-friendly resources and services. If you’re planning a retirement in this bayfront paradise, you have plenty of choices. Seniors who need memory care in Tampa have access to some of the most luxurious memory care communities in the world — often at a premium price. Here’s how to find the best memory care in Tampa.
Resources for Senior Citizens How to Find the Best Resources for Seniors in Tampa
More than half a million seniors call Tampa home, and hundreds of thousands more seniors flock to Hillsborough County during the winter months as snowbirds. It’s a hub of activity, and there are plenty of resources for seniors in Tampa to stay healthy, active, and engaged.
Understanding Assisted Living 4 Signs Your Parent Is Ready to Move to Assisted Living in Florida
There is no easy time to broach the topic of assisted living with a parent; it’s always going to be a tough conversation. And though there will never be a perfect time for the talk, in the long run, having it sooner rather than later is best. Waiting too long to help your loved one transition to an assisted living community could leave them living in unsafe conditions, isolated from friends and much needed social connections.
Arbor Terrace Citrus Park is excited to announce that we are renovating our memory care neighborhood. We are just starting our renovations, but are very excited to see the new space. In the meantime, here’s a rundown of all of the upcoming renovations at Arbor Terrace!
Assisted living 6 Things to Consider When Searching for Tampa Assisted Living
The number of people approaching retirement age and new retirees moving to Tampa, Florida, has been increasing steadily since the turn of the new millennium. The area’s temperate climate, abundance of fun activities for seniors and range of assisted living options have made Tampa an emerging hotspot for seniors.
Assisted living How to Find the Right Assisted Living in Tampa, FL
The right assisted living in Tampa, Florida, can relieve stress, help you live out your retirement dreams, and even improve your relationships with your loved ones by removing the pressure they feel to be caregivers. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by your retirement options, and if you already need help, the pressure is on to find the right community as soon as possible. Here’s how to look past the marketing speak and find the right community for your needs.
Independent living Here's What Independent Living Is Like at Our Community
Have you ever been curious about what life is really like inside an independent living senior community? Here at Arbor Terrace Citrus Park, we love when potential residents come in for a tour and are surprised by how beautiful and vibrant our home is. Though there are many independent living options available in the Tampa area, there are none that compare to Arbor Terrace. Let us give you a sneak peek into what our residents enjoy every day.
Citrus Park, Community News Delicious Destinations with Chef Moss
Residents at Arbor Terrace Citrus Park can take trips around the globe every month without ever leaving the community, thanks to Chef Moss Balile and the Engagement team. Through this program “Delicious Destinations,” Chef Moss takes his international culinary experience and incorporates it into residents’ meals, introducing them to a new cuisine every month through the travel program.
Citrus Park, Community News Arbor Terrace Citrus Park Shares Best Practices At Training
Arbor Terrace Citrus Park was recently selected as one of 25 long-term care providers to participate in a specialized training for dementia care. The five-week event titled Project ECHO is hosted by the Florida Assisted Living Foundation and the Alzheimer’s Association. Training sessions began on Oct. 6 and consist of weekly Zoom calls.