Choosing the best assisted living Denver retirement community is a major decision that requires careful analysis and answers to many questions related not only to your attitude towards the move, but also related to the community you choose – here are a few practical questions that you should ask while in the process of evaluating available communities:
– Total costs – moving to retirement community is a financial decision as well, so one of the first things you should find out about is the total cost of moving to and living in the community. The out-of-pocket expenses you will need to handle include housing and association costs, but be prepared to pay for future renovations and fees to use extra amenities.
– Health care quality – health problems increase with age, so you need a community that is not only pleasant, well-equipped and well-guarded, but one that provides high-quality health care services as well, so check the availability of nearby hospitals and medical centers.
– Reliability and reputation – check what residents say about the community you are evaluating and also check if the community has any financial issues such as litigation with residents or foreclosures. It is a good idea to check the reputation of the builder as well – choose developers that have built multiple communities because they are probably more reliable and more experienced.