You can breathe a sigh of relief if you are planning on moving a loved one into Providence assisted living! The facilities are exceptional and the local health care is outstanding. The city has eight hospitals, each of them offering state of the art care. Rhode Island Hospital has is a Level 1 Trauma Center for the state and is the biggest hospital throughout the state.

Not only does the city have wonderful healthcare, there are plenty of activities for seniors. Assisted living in Providence has opportunities for residents to take advantage of events in the local community. Seniors who enjoy historical sites can visit the Roger Williams National Memorial, while those who like the performing arts head to the Providence Performing Arts Center.

Providence assisted living facilities encourage active involvement in the local community. Seniors can meet neighbors at the Burnside Park or have coffee at the Providence Place Mall. Those that enjoy walking college campuses can visit Brown University, Providence College and Johnson & Wales University.

There is something for everyone in Providence. Assisted living facilities help residents find what interests them, so they can maintain a highly fulfilling life. Each resident receives customized care based on their individual needs and maintains their independence. Staff understands the difficulties involved in moving into a new facility and are available to help ease residents into their new way of life.