Guide to Retirement Living: Summit by Morrison
When should people consider downsizing and moving into either a s 55-plus community or a retirement community?
This process is best started in the years leading up to a move when you have time to think through the process without the pressure of an imminent transition. Downsizing can be a big process but is very doable when tackled in smaller steps or with the help of a professional or a trusted friend or family member. If the goal is to retire to an Independent Living community, you will want to make this move while you are still physically active and healthy.
Given the high demand for homes in the real estate market, has there ever been a better time for someone to make the transition?
Now is an excellent time to consider moving to a senior living community. The housing market is doing very well. You will want to have your new home picked out and ready to go should your house move quickly.
What are some of the key things that separate your retirement community from others here in NH?
The Morrison Communities is located in the heart of N.H.’s beautiful White Mountains. It’s an excellent choice for those that enjoy the feel of rural living, but with easy access to shopping, dining, and cultural opportunities. Our two-campus community provides an array of services, including independent living, assisted living, memory care, rehab, skilled nursing, and long-term care to meet your needs as they change. We also just implemented four-day work weeks for our excellent, caring staff which will help provide them with an improved work-life balance. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, our staff is well known for high-quality care and compassion, creating a family-like environment that is noted by residents and family members alike.
— Shannon Lynch, Executive Director, The Morrison Communities