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Bright Time is the Right Time: Why Spring & Summer are Ideal for a Move to Senior Living

While any season is a great season to choose senior living, spring and summer come with extra-appealing advantages for those planning a move. Here’s why a spring or summer move date to an assisted living or memory care community is both practical and enjoyable.


  1. Fair Weather: Spring and summer bring milder temperatures and longer daylight hours – exactly the kind of conditions you want when moving to a new place. Unlike the harsh winter months, when icy roads and inclement weather can pose challenges, the gentler weather of spring and summer makes the moving process smoother and more comfortable for seniors and their families.


  1. Easier Adjustment: Making the transition to senior living can be a significant life change, but doing so during the more socially active seasons of spring and summer can ease the adjustment process. With warmer weather inviting residents outdoors for community events and activities, seniors have ample opportunities to meet neighbors, participate in group outings, and become acclimated to their new surroundings.


  1. Access to Outdoors: Senior living communities often boast a range of outdoor amenities, from landscaped gardens and walking paths to outdoor seating areas and recreational facilities. Moving in during the spring or summer allows residents to fully enjoy these outdoor spaces, whether it’s savoring a morning cup of coffee in the sunshine or taking a walk among the flowers.


  1. Social Opportunities: Spring and summer are bustling seasons filled with community events, barbecues, and outdoor gatherings, providing ample opportunities for socializing and engagement. By moving into senior living during these vibrant seasons, residents can quickly integrate into the community, forge new friendships, and participate in activities that cater to their interests and preferences.


  1. Wellness Benefits: Increased exposure to natural sunlight, which boosts mood and vitamin D levels, to opportunities for outdoor exercise and recreation. Moving into senior living during spring or summer allows residents to take full advantage of these health-enhancing opportunities, promoting physical activity, mental wellbeing, and overall quality of life.


Choosing to move into senior living during the spring or summer offers practical benefits, plus opportunities for personal growth and greater well-being. So why wait?

Seize the season and schedule a tour today.