When the time approaches to begin searching for assisted living facilities for a family member, you may be feeling guilt, sadness, and worry. Making a decision for a move from independent living to assisted living for someone you love is not an easy decision to make. The good news – when you search for Knoxville assisted living, you don’t need to do it on your own. Staff in each facility is well trained on helping you through the process. They are there to answer any questions and to help you decide on the perfect facility!
Assisted living in Knoxville is part of a friendly and inviting community. The town sits on the Tennessee River and is full of outdoor activities for area seniors. The climate in the region is cool during the winter and hot in the summer – also perfect for outdoor fun. Parks such as Chikhowee Park and the Knoxville Zoological Gardens are great places to spend an afternoon.
Not only does the area have plenty to do, it also has a strong business community. In fact it was ranked #5 by Kiplinger, in the Best Value Cities list in 2011. Businesses large and small call Knoxville home. Seniors in Knoxville assisted living facilities along with their families can take advantage of the local businesses and what they bring to the community. Together families head to the Knoxville Zoo or the Civic Coliseum for a concert. They can also enjoy the holidays with events such as Fantasy of Trees or Boo at the Zoo.
There are many festivals and events that residents can attend. Assisted living in Knoxville strongly encourages residents to become active members in the community. Festivals are a great way for residents to meet neighbors. They can go with friends or family to the Dogwood Arts Festival, the Big Ears Festival or the Kuumba Festival. All events offer fun and entertainment for all ages.
Although it may feel impossible to find the right Knoxville assisted living facility for your loved one, rest assured knowing that if you find a community that is a lifestyle fit, the transition will occur easily.
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