Life at ClarkLindsey
1. Choosing The Lifestyle That's Right for You
When you’re considering a move to a retirement community, it’s important to make sure your community offers the security of future care, if needed. As the only Life Plan Community in the area, ClarkLindsey offers independent living as well as different levels of care. See which one is right for you.
Independent living is ideal for individuals who want to trade the hassles of home ownership for a maintenance-free lifestyle, and enjoy opportunities to participate in enriching activities and groups.
Assisted living gives you the freedom to live life on your terms, while enjoying support with daily activities of living when needed.
Memory care is personalized care especially designed to enhance the lives of people with memory issues, such as Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Skilled nursing care is short- or long-term medical care provided round the clock by licensed nursing professionals.
2. Calculating Your Costs
Retirement community living might seem more expensive than staying in your home, but when you crunch the numbers, you might be surprised at how affordable life at ClarkLindsey can be. Fill out the cost-comparison calculator/worksheet to see how your expenses at ClarkLindsey compare to the costs of living in your own home.
Moving can be stressful. But the process can be a lot easier than you think. Here are some tips to help you relax:
#1 Get Started
For most people, their home is their largest asset. Maximizing the selling price is very important. You can’t control the market or the interest rates, but you can control how ready your house is to go on the market. The best thing to do is start now, even if you’re not planning to move right away.
#2 Make Minor Repairs
You may not want to invest in a new kitchen or bathroom. But you can easily make simple, inexpensive fixes that can address issues that look more serious than they really are. Replace broken glass, change outdated light fixtures, fix leaky faucets, and remove or repair peeling paint and wallpaper.
#3 Declutter Room-by-Room
You didn’t build up the clutter in your home in a day — and you can’t remove it that quickly, either. Working room-by-room will help you make progress without feeling overwhelmed. Only keep items you love and use!
#4 Make Decisions
What should you keep, give away, discard or sell? To make the decision easier, ask yourself these questions: What is in the way? What is most useful? What holds the most meaning for me?