Connecticut Senior Living
In Connecticut, assisted living facilities are inspected by the State Department of Public Health. Connecticut’s senior living facilities may include Alzheimer’s care centers, continuing care retirement communities, adult day care, and more. For those seniors who don’t require major medical or personal assistance, Connecticut offers a range of senior independent living communities including home health care, life care communities, senior condos and townhouses, and more.
As a destination for senior retirement living, Connecticut has mixed reviews. On the one hand, it’s a beautiful state—offering larger cities as well as picturesque New England towns nestled within green valleys. It has an extensive coastline, as well as plenty of opportunities for boating, hiking, biking, horseback riding, and other activities for active seniors.