About Our Tuscaloosa Retirement Home
Comfort and care
Since 1985, Tuscaloosa seniors have been calling Regency Retirement Community home. Located in vibrant Tuscaloosa, just south of the University of Alabama, Regency Retirement Community is where southern charm and hospitality meet. We offer a variety of care options that are as unique as our seniors and their lifestyles. From our independent living garden homes, to assisted living and memory care, we offer the comforts of home with the assistance that accompanies retirement living.
At Regency Retirement Village of Tuscaloosa, we are a family caring for families.
A Message from Our COO
- What’s a good retirement home in Tuscaloosa?
Regency Retirement Village of Tuscaloosa provides an exceptional retirement living experience for Tuscaloosa area seniors, and has been doing so for more than 3 decades. As a continuing care retirement community, we provide compassionate care through the seasons of life.
- Where can I find good memory care in the Tuscaloosa area?
Regency Retirement Village in Tuscaloosa is a continuing care retirement community, providing compassionate care through the seasons of life, offering independent retirement living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and rehab services.
- What are some benefits of living at Regency Retirement Village Tuscaloosa?
At Regency Retirement Village Tuscaloosa, residents can enjoy a pampered, carefree lifestyle filled with activities, chef-inspired meals, weekly housekeeping services, and a friendly, family-like atmosphere. Residents also have access to services like memory care, skilled nursing, and rehab services should they need them.
- What is a well-established retirement community in Tuscaloosa?
Regency Retirement Village in Tuscaloosa has been providing seniors and families with fulfilling and accommodating living experiences for more than 20 years now, and the environment created is something truly special, offering an array of services, amenities, and activities to keep residents occupied, active, and happy.
- Is it difficult for seniors to transition to assisted living?
While transitioning from home to assisted living can provide many challenges, rest assured, our dedicated staff at Regency Retirement Village in Tuscaloosa will be with you and your loved ones every step of the way, throughout the entire process. During this transitional time, it is our community consultant’s mission to better understand the requirements, capabilities and interests of our residents and their families to provide the best senior care for each resident in this new season of life.
- What Tuscaloosa retirement homes encourage independence for seniors?
At Regency Retirement Village of Tuscaloosa, we provide attentive support for your senior loved ones, while also encouraging an independent lifestyle. As a continuing care community, we are here to provide varying senior care options, as needs evolve over time. For residents requiring ongoing care, it is our mission to continually provide quality assistance and support so every resident feels comforted, engaged, and happy.
- What is a continuing care community?
At a continuing care community, like Regency Retirement Village Tuscaloosa, caregivers provide varying options for senior care, because we know that needs evolve over time. We are here to assist residents in whatever capacity they need, and to give them access to the amount of freedom and independence they need as well. Our care is need-based and individualized to each resident per their wishes and condition.
- Does Regency Retirement Village of Tuscaloosa offer a social environment for seniors?
Yes, Regency Retirement Village of Tuscaloosa offers a social environment for seniors. We believe keeping residents active and engaged is critical to their wellbeing, and our Activity Directors are always finding fun new ways to get residents involved in daily activities, events, and local happenings.
- Where is Regency Retirement Village of Tuscaloosa located?
Regency Retirement Village of Tuscaloosa is located at 2004 Max Luther Drive NW Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35810. The grounds are spread across 30 beautiful acres, adding to its overall appeal.
- How important is it for seniors to be active and social?
Per the CDC, older adults can obtain significant healthy benefits with just a moderate amount of physical activity daily. We also know that having an active social life has been linked to many health benefits, such as less risk of depression and a longer life span for seniors.