Experience Asbury Senior Living and Anticipate More
We get it. Deciding to downsize and move to a new community is a big decision! Yet, the comment we most frequently hear is, “I wish I’d done this sooner!” Maintenance-free retirement living in an active, engaged community frees you to enjoy so much more. Gain incomparable peace of mind that comes from on-site health services and support. Hear from residents in this video and enjoy our informational articles on senior living options, assessing your choices, and what you gain below. Then, contact us. We’re happy to answer any question!
Is Senior Living Good for Your Health?
A 2018 study found higher levels of wellness in several key categories among residents of continuing care retirement communities. Learn about the benefits of CCRC living here.
Choosing the Right Retirement Community
When considering a move to a retirement community, there’s a lot to learn. Take a look at the primary options for senior living and the benefits, range of services, and costs of each one.
Senior Living Research Guide
If you’re considering moving to a continuing care retirement community, here’s a helpful guide to commonly asked questions and important factors to consider when touring.
How Do CCRCs Work?
We sincerely believe that for many people, moving to a continuing care retirement community is the best move they'll make. Why? They tell us! Here are three factors to consider for timing your move.
What You Gain from a Square Foot Loss
There’s no doubt that moving to a retirement community means losing some square footage. Yet most seniors who choose retirement community living feel that their world expands dramatically post-move.
Staging Your Home for a Successful Sale
We've hosted dozens of downsizing and home sale seminars over the years, and we've gathered our fair share of tips from real estate professionals.
Five Strategies to Keep Your Brain Sharp
Your brain is the most amazing part of your body. Wellness Director Sue Paul – an occupational therapist and dementia specialist – offers these five tips for keeping your brain at its best.
Living Single – And Social!
Carol Watkins and Ray Smallen represent different sides of the nation’s growing population of seniors who are single. Both came to the same happy conclusion, aging alone does not mean being lonely.