Experience of living in Scottsdale retirement village

Jim Zwick & Manor Village

Jim Zwick & Manor Village

Experience of living in Scottsdale retirement village


Your Right To Worry-Free Living

Scottsdale is a lovely place but the larger a town is, the harder it can be to get around in as we grow older. The advantages of having everything you could possibly need in one location are clear, and the best place to find convenience like that for seniors in Scottsdale is at the Manor Village Life Center. In a truly lovely setting, seniors can enjoy the privacy of independent living or if needed, assisted living is also available.

Manor Village is much more than comfortable apartments or spacious suites, it is a place to enjoy retirement as it was meant to be. The staff is trained in all areas of senior care and their services are offered with a smile rather than a stiffly formal, strictly business attitude. Residents find it isn’t long until they are surrounded by new friends and having a few employees among them isn’t unusual.

Residents of Manor Village enjoy healthy dining without having to shop for it (or do the dishes.) Housekeeping is available, year round social activities are offered, wellness resources and services cover all health needs plus, transportation is provided whenever needed. All of those things are important basics but perhaps the most important thing residents enjoy at the Manor is peace of mind.

Access to 24 hour emergency care with staff on site qualified to handle medical issues is a big relief to residents and their families. Living alone can be dangerous for seniors, especially those with mobility issues. Manor Village is simply an opportunity to enjoy life without the constant worry of having to manage the details of every day living.

There are care centers in the world where compassion or kindness is in very short supply, and understanding isn’t part of the program but that is never the case at Manor Village. It exists to serve the resident, not the other way around. If your loved one suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s, you can rest assured they will be cared for, and cared about at the Manor.

Moving into a retirement condo Scottsdale is not “giving in to old age,” it’s simply the wisest thing to do when taking care of a private home is just too much work. However, becoming a resident of Manor Village most certainly does not mean you have given up your independence. You may need to slow down a bit, but you don’t have to come to a complete stop. Mobility specialists are there to help you preserve your independence and stay as physically active as you are able.

Obviously, a big part of staying mobile is physical activity. Exercise classes appropriate to one’s physical condition are offered by specialized instructors. The goal of these classes is to keep you mobile for as long as possible. It’s a known fact that regular exercise can actually help delay or even prevent many of the diseases and disabilities commonly associated with advancing age.