Holiday Retirement Helps Seniors Stay Active and Engaged
December 3, 2018
Offering a Full Calendar of Life-Enriching Programs and More
Active seniors lead richer and more satisfying lives. They’re also less likely to suffer from feelings of loneliness or isolation.
That’s why Holiday Retirement, the nation’s largest provider of modestly priced, all-inclusive independent retirement communities, offers a comprehensive program of activities and events designed to help residents live a more robust, fulfilling life.
With more than 260 senior living communities across the United States, Holiday Retirement is in the business of helping older people live better, age more successfully and stay independent longer
by providing a good value for the dollar and a sense of belonging in a community of friends. From three chef-prepared meals per day, to a full calendar of life-enriching programs and activities, it’s easy to see why more than 30,000 people call a Holiday community home.
Stay tuned as Rick Wigginton of Holiday Retirement joins the show to talk about how Holiday helps older adults stay active and engaged. Then, get an inside look at one of Holiday’s exceptional communities.
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