It’s time for life on your terms.
You’ve been too good for too long. Seriously, if you were born after World War II and are at least 62 (born in ’55 or earlier), you were quite likely raised to delay gratification. Save the nice things for later. Eat your vegetables first. Use the good china for guests.
Now it’s your turn to be the honored person at the table. So enjoy the best at every opportunity. Allow yourself to be served. And plunge heart-first into an active, positive, wellness-focused community. For independent living in Bryan, TX, come to Arbor Oaks.
Eliminate the chores, hassles and headaches of the old homestead. Let our chef prepare your meals and tell him just what you like. Have your linens washed every other week, together with housekeeping. And most important, set aside financial headaches and health worries, because Life Care at this CCRC (continuing care retirement community) provides a permanent plan to maintain your independence and security.
Freed from multiple burdens, your soul is refreshed and ready to accomplish the goals you set. You’re open to new friendships, plans and inspiring goals. It’s your life; become your best self. Be a part of Arbor Oaks.
Smaller space, fuller life.
Compare these floor plans. Refundable entrance deposits begin at approximately $195,000 with monthly fees starting around $2,700.
Wellness in every possible way
Here’s a partial list of what’s included in your monthly fee:
- Chef-prepared meals
- Dining room
- Beauty salon/Barbershop
- Chapel/Multipurpose room
- Fitness center
- Full calendar of educational, cultural, recreational and social programs to enhance wellness and quality of life as well as independence
- Housekeeping and linen services every other week
- Scheduled transportation
- All maintenance for apartment homes, grounds and common areas
- 24/7 assistance response
- Concierge and courtesy officers around-the-clock
Independent Living FAQs
The community’s resident council is organized and run by residents. Those who have ideas to share are encouraged to approach the council. And anyone so inclined is further encouraged to join the council. Diversity of perspectives is welcome and has a beneficial influence on how the community organizes activities, program and outings.
And home feels like, well, it feels like home, right? The hard question to ask yourself, however, is how much social interaction you have while you still live at home. Is it harder to drive? Not getting out after dark? Do friends and family visit often enough? For many people, aging at home has the one inescapable reality: With fewer and fewer points of contact with a social network, your world shrinks. And there are health consequences for isolation. In contrast, life in an independent living community delivers a world of friendship, social activities, educational programs and available fitness right outside your door. The benefit is almost immediately felt, with many new residents observing that they didn’t realize how isolated they had become. Families appreciate the community life too, because they know the on-site staff is available 24/7 to keep you safe.
You can welcome guests into your home whenever you like. And as your guests, they can indulge in most of the amenities — same as you do. The grandchildren — or great-grandchildren — may especially appreciate the opportunities they find to amuse themselves. Overnight guest rooms are available too — ask about our flexible reservation and rental policies.