Forest Hills Commons: Living Well in the WinterAssisted Living, Independent Living Communities | December 17, 2018
With winter in full swing, the Kentucky forecast is showing the potential for frigid temperatures, ice and snowy weather into the next few months. Chilly winter weather like this can be a quite an obstacle for seniors who live on their own. Cold temperatures mean high heating bills, and snowy weather means hours of shoveling, digging out the car and dangerous, slick conditions when you finally get on the road. Despite this, winter doesn’t have to be inconvenient.
At Forest Hills Commons and American Senior Communities, we want you and your family to know that there are other options for senior living that remove the hassles, without forcing you to sacrifice independence. We offer a number of options, from personal care to independent living that allow varying levels of support and care. Here’s more about Forest Hills Commons and why it may be the perfect place for you or a family member this winter.
Live Well This Winter at Forest Hills Common
What if you could live in a place where you never had to worry about paying the heating bill, shoveling the sidewalks or driving on icy roads? At Forest Hills Commons, you can do just that! Our friendly, professional staff handles winter hazards like snow and ice, ensuring you can move about our community safely and confidently, indoors and out. In addition, community provided transportation saves you the trouble of scraping windows and braving those icy roads.
The staff at Forest Hills Commons knows that your independence is important to you. That’s why we’re committed to providing a safe, secure environment while still allowing you the freedom to enjoy the same lifestyle, hobbies and activities you are accustomed to.
If you or a loved one is interested in making the transition to a senior living community in Kentucky, get in touch with Forest Hills Commons today! Our Senior Lifestyle Specialists are here to answer any questions you may have, providing unbiased assistance that will make your move simple. As part of American Senior Communities, we can help connect you with over 90 other communities in Indiana. Call the Senior Lifestyle Specialist, Cindy Jecker, at Forest Hills Commons today at (502) 208-1916.