Community Matters

Back in the day, the decision to move to a senior living community was often made of medical necessity. It was common to only see families moving their loved ones to assisted living after a health crisis. However, this stigma has radically changed in recent years. We are now seeing a surge of older adults making the move to senior communities as a lifestyle choice. Seniors are taking advantage of opportunities such as health services offered by these communities.

It doesn’t matter if you’re in search of an independent senior living or an assisted living community, community matters. At The Windsor Senior Living Community, you’ll find residents participating in a host of different activities. From Mardi Gras balls to weekly field trips—our community stays active. You can even see what some of our local residents have to say! If you’re looking for an active senior living community in Mandeville, Windsor is the place for you. 

You deserve a senior community in Mandeville that cares about you and your social needs.

The Benefits of Belonging to a Senior Community In Mandeville

Living within a senior living community comes with a plethora of benefits. The activities curated within a senior living community aren’t about keeping seniors busy. In actuality, these activities are the stepping stones that bring our community together. The benefits of belonging to a senior community in Mandeville aren’t only felt, they’re lived!

Many seniors worry they give up their independence when they move to a senior living community. It’s actually a pretty common fear. But don’t doubt the facts. Residents report their quality of life improved after transitioning into independent living. In fact, research into senior health has proven the following:

  • Older individuals who socialize and exercise report the highest levels of well-being and happiness.
  • Having deep-rooted social relationships is a higher predictor of longevity. These relationships are correlated with reduced rates of depression and better cognitive health.
  • Seniors who remain physically active have lower rates of heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, and cancer.
  • When the elderly remain active and sociable, they have higher levels of cognitive health.

The activities at senior living communities are built into everyday life. With the addition of catered meals and regulated nutrition, longevity is an afterthought. At The Windsor Senior Living, we give you all the tools you need to build a healthy and happy retirement. 

What Are Residents Really Like?

At The Windsor, we know how important interaction and activities actually are. Our vibrant community is full of activities and events to keep both your mind and body active. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact The Windsor Senior Living at (985) 624-8040 or fill out a form online. Want to take a look beforehand? We offer guided tours of our facilities to help you make your decision easier.