The Village at Providence Point—A National Lutheran Community is poised to change the landscape of senior living in Annapolis, Maryland. There is a growing interest in Providence Point, and virtually everyone we speak with is excited about the arrival of our new community! The location, home selections, the services, amenities and our beautiful campus will make The Village at Providence Point one of the best options for older adults gearing up for a future move.
One of the biggest questions prospective residents have is, “Can I afford it?” What will it cost to live at The Village at Providence Point?
To help you consider your financial position and whether our community is a good fit, we have partnered with myLifeSite to offer this helpful financial calculator. This simple tool lets you put in your information — such as the value of your home, retirement savings and monthly income — which gives you a rough estimate of which independent living option would be best fit for you.
This calculator is not a formal process for financially qualifying to live at The Village at Providence Point. You don’t have to upload any documentation or provide personal details. Rather, it is an easy-to-use estimate for determining whether or not The Village at Providence Point could be a good financial match for you.
One thing the calculator does not show is the intangible benefits you will enjoy at The Village at Providence Point — namely, being able to spend these years among friends and in an environment where you are able to explore your interests and enjoy life every day. Plus, you will have peace of mind knowing that a state-of-the-art health center is available right on campus to support any health-care needs you may have.
To learn more about what we offer and which residence might be right for you, contact our friendly team today. We look forward to hearing from you and learning about your dreams for enjoying life in a retirement community. Get ready to dream, explore, discover!
*The Village at Providence Point is pending final approval by the Maryland Department of Aging as of fall 2020.