Assisted Living & Memory Support Residences
Central Denver, E. 8th Ave. at Jersey St.
To learn more call 303-770-7673
Denver is a great place that has a lot to offer to visitors, old and young alike. However, most senior citizens have special needs, such as difficulties moving around too much or financial constraints that limit the range of attractions that can be of interest for them. Here are a few sights that seniors can enjoy – they are easy to navigate and affordable:
– Museums – Denver has lots of excellent museums, not only large ones, such as the Denver Museum of Nature and Science or the Art Museum, but smaller ones, like the Molly Brown House or the Firefighter Museum. All local museums can be visited for free on Mondays.
– A musical show – there is always something exciting going on in Denver’s theaters, so seniors interested in a cultural experience, such as a play or a musical can choose from lots of great theaters in Denver.
– Denver Zoo – walking around the beautiful zoo, watching the animals (the Denver Zoo is home to over 4,000 species from all over the world) is always great fun and you can stop and rest amidst the spectacular scenery any time you feel like it.
– City Park Jazz – jazz lovers will have a great time in the City Park, where they can enjoy live jazz shows every Sunday afternoon from 6-8 pm.
A quality skilled nursing facility in Denver will work hard to provide social opportunities for their residents. Make sure when you are considering nursing care or independent living options for yourself or loved ones that you inquire about the types of off site travel opportunities provided.