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Your senior living resource center.

Planning for the future is one part trusting your instincts and three parts research, research and more research. That’s because  choosing a senior living community includes not only your lifestyle but real estate, financial planning and health care.

To help you make a more informed decision, this page features links that discuss the different types of community, show how where you live can impact your overall health and happiness, and provide tips for your big move.That way, when it comes times to trust your instincts, you have the facts and information you need to make the right choice for today and tomorrow.

Hear from seniors just like you — Meg Burke and John and Carolyn Hawley — about how they made the decision to move to Aberdeen Ridge.

Learn the benefits of assisted living and how it can help you or your loved one maintain their independence.

What makes the memory care program at Aberdeen Ridge unique?

Our innovative Landmarks for Living® and MUSIC & MEMORY® programs help residents live a more engaged and fulfilling life.

Why we love Colorado Springs

Where you choose to live can truly affect your lifestyle and overall happiness. Colorado Springs is one of the best places to retire in Colorado because of its natural beauty and wide range of outdoor activities.

Making the Move

These tips and tricks will help you have an easier and less stressful move to senior living.

Planning for Your New Space

Learn how to find the right floor plan to fit your lifestyle.

Downsizing

After years of living in the same place, what are you supposed to do with all your stuff? Find helpful suggestions here.

Cost of Senior Living

See how Aberdeen Ridge compares to staying in your current home. The results may surprise you.

Glossary of Senior Living Terms — Here are easy-to-understand definitions of some medical, financial, legal and business terms commonly associated with senior living.

Just Ask Brochure — Get answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.