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How a Caring Community Culture Benefits Your Loved One

Whether it is laughing with neighbors and friends over a meal or feeling trust from a caring staff member, here is how your loved one benefits from a supportive senior living community.

Connection. It’s Important.

As social creatures by nature, we thrive on connecting with other humans. Milestone Communities offers a place for your loved one to escape the solitude of living alone and encourages your senior to be part of a home built around connection. From our team of compassionate caregivers to your senior’s new neighbors and friends, there are so many ways to feel a connection at Milestone Communities.

Human Interaction Strengthens the Brain

With opportunities for small talk in the hallway, closeness with community friends and caregivers, and plenty of organized group activities, the positive social environment at Milestone communities is great for your loved one’s brain. In addition to preventing feelings of loneliness and promoting happy hormones, daily interaction with people has been shown to help sharpen cognitive and memory skills. We can also facilitate virtual time together for friends and family who can’t connect with their loved one in person, due to distance or pandemic restrictions.

Companionship at Milestone

From relaxing in one of our sunny courtyards with neighbors to chatting with our kind caregivers about their grandkids, each day provides an opportunity for your senior to find connection and to feel seen, heard, and valued.

If you’d like to learn more about how you can help your loved one find health and happiness, be sure to click on the Health and Wellness tag above or read through our other Milestone Retirement Communities blog posts.