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What Is Independent Living and How Much Does It Cost?

Oct 26, 2022

So you’re thinking about senior living and have been seeing a lot of terms, particularly “independent living.” This is where seniors first step foot into their new neighborhood residence, choosing a community that offers a fun, engaged and independent lifestyle.

Keep reading to learn more about independent living at Canterbury Woods Gates Circle, a senior living community, including the price and world-class amenities.

What Is Independent Living?

Individuals enjoying an independent lifestyle in senior living communities enjoy convenient access to dining, beautification, entertainment, and more. They can still live independently while being able to obtain assistance when needed.

An independent living lifestyle offers a safe living environment with minimal assistance. Hospitality services, such as housekeeping, a meal plan, and laundry, are often included in the monthly fee.

And should you need more specialized medical care, many senior living communities provide access to a full continuum, including assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation.

How Much Does Independent Living Cost?

Residents at Canterbury Woods Gates Circle in Buffalo, New York, can live independently with life-enhancing luxury amenities. The Gates Circle senior living community offers a variety of luxury independent living residences in the heart of Buffalo, perfect for older adults seeking carefree retirement in a bustling urban setting.

Gates Circle residents pay a one-time entrance fee to our Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) followed by monthly fees that cover the cost of your residence, the services and amenities and the full continuum of health services. Monthly fees start at $4,009/month.

At Gates Circle, we’ll walk you through every step of the decision-making process. We’ll be transparent with the costs associated with your wants and needs for ideal retirement living. Most importantly, we’ll work together to come up with the perfect plan so you can feel confident choosing Gates Circle.

Canterbury Woods Gates Circle, a Continuing Care Retirement Community

Exceptional lifestyles. Extraordinary health services. Spectacular settings.

Canterbury Woods Gates Circle is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that offers senior living services in a modern, sophisticated environment and first-class services for independent living and care. In addition to providing you with comfort and medical care, we also provide assisted living in our community so that you can remain active and independent.

While most long-term care needs are met with the excellent services on our campus, residents also have access to our sister community in Williamsville. Oxford Village in Williamsville provides the highest level of attentive, compassionate skilled nursing care services when long-term care or rehabilitation is needed. For residents wishing to visit their friends or loved ones at our sister campus, our transportation services are always available.

Contemporary Retirement Living Near Elmwood Village

At Canterbury Woods Gates Circle, our goal is simple: provide seniors with the best possible living experience. We’re a Life Care Community offering independent living and a full continuum of care. This includes assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation.

Learn more about the lifestyle at Canterbury Woods Gates Circle and view more details and pricing information here.

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