Enjoy independent living knowing our specialists are near.

Woman in independent living, which is designed for individuals who wish to remain on their own but with the added security and convenience of knowing assistance and help is nearby. Independent living is designed for individuals who wish to remain on their own, have few medical medical problems, and want the added security and convenience of knowing assistance and help is nearby. They key difference between independent living and assisted living is the level of assistance offered for activities of daily living (ADLs).

Independent living at Courville Communities allows seniors to enjoy a carefree retirement independently, and without the upkeep and maintenance of owning their own home. At Courville, those who opt for this level of living can prepare meals and entertain friends in their own residence that has a fully equipped kitchen and living room; or they can go to any of the Courville Community dining rooms to enjoy our fine dining experience.  All Courville Community outings, activities, and on-site resident programs are open to independent residents as well. When it comes to things to do, we have something for everyone!

Other amenities included with our independent one-level living residences:

  • Gas fireplace
  • Master suite with whirlpool bath
  • Walk-in closets
  • Weekly housekeeping and flat linen service
  • Utilities (except phone)
  • Weekly hairdresser
  • Fully adjustable electric beds featuring full-size Tempur-Pedic® mattresses
  • Free resident and guest WiFi

Independent living centers are not licensed or regulated, given there are currently no formal regulations in place for this kind of living arrangement. Independent living centers are governed by the individual management company that owns the center.

The Courville Communities offer two private villas, which are housed in Nashua on the same campus as Courville at Nashua and Aynsley Place. Private nursing is available. Residents in independent living at Courville have priority access to continuum of care and can move through levels of care as their needs or financial circumstances change. That includes our assisted living, rehabilitation, or long-term care centers.