Harmony Senior Services offers luxurious independent living within tight-knit community

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The burden of home ownership can impact an older adult’s quality of life—but how do you know it is time to say goodbye to tedious home maintenance and hello to independent living? With Harmony Senior Services, the switch is made simple by providing luxury, alleviating stress, guaranteeing quality care, and allowing for new friends and experiences.

Independent living options at Harmony Senior Services communities offer spacious one- and two-bedroom floor plans equipped with full-size, state-of-the-art kitchens, assistance with utilities and maintenance, and the convenience of three chef-prepared meals per day in upscale dining spaces, an engaging calendar of events and concierge services. There are 39 communities across several states and four in the Nashville area.

“Instead of having to maintain an entire home, you get all of the luxuries of home but in a humongous two-bedroom apartment that’s in a community,” said Allison Waters, Harmony Senior Services marketing account manager. “So, you get all the social benefits of being in a community but don’t have to maintain the structure.”

Each community has a life enrichment director who ensures the amenities are working in tandem with the activities that are offered. Residents not only attend fun events to look forward to each month such as happy hours, concerts and high teas, but they also have access to full home theaters, gyms, pubs, gardens and buses that take trips to local attractions and downtown areas.

“There are a lot of really fun events,” Waters said. “We’ll bring in special guest singers, or somebody will play piano. And, every community has a piano, so if you can play, that’s an option for you as well.”



Waters said the residents who spend time together weekly or daily doing different activities and attending events make the community feel like a tight-knit neighborhood.

“[Residents] are always playing cornhole outside together, or they go on walks every day with their dogs,” Waters said. “It’s like living on a cul-de-sac, essentially. It’s definitely a very communal feel.”

A key aspect of the mission at Harmony Senior Services is stated in its mantra, “families serving families.” Instead of adopting a cold, corporate feel, directors are active in communicating with residents during mealtimes and check-ins to establish trustworthy relationships and enhance their quality of life by best filling their individual needs.

“The whole experience that people get when they go into the community, it’s so homey,” Waters said. “They do a really good job of always having music playing in all of the common areas; there’s always something on the television. You walk in and feel like you’re visiting somebody’s house.”

Though its communities are made and maintained to feel like home, residents also have peace of mind in knowing a nurse is on staff at all times and convenient care is always around the corner.

If you are interested in learning more about Harmony Senior Services, its in-person guided tours are the perfect way to find out if one of its communities could be the right fit to become your or your family member’s new home. It is as easy as finding one of its many communities near you at https://www.harmonyseniorservices.com/ and scheduling an appointment.

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