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Seniors living in Chattanooga often enjoy attractions such as the Hunter Museum of Art, the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera, and the Chattanooga Zoo, but that only scratches the surface of the entertainment that abound in this quaint southern city.  Chattanooga Senior Directory BookWith both a printed publication and website, Senior Directory Chattanooga is proud to help aging adults find services such as senior centers, mental health services, rehabilitation at home, Nursing Homes, and over 50 categories of valuable resources for seniors in both Chattanooga and North Georgia.  To left you will find an easy to use directory to find the above services, and more.  You can also call our FREE helpline and speak with a care advisor who can help you navigate the complex senior healthcare world. 

"The Scenic City" truly deserves this nickname.  It lies on the Tennessee River, at the intersection of the Appalachian Mountains and the Cumberland Plateau.  It represents one of the most picturesque quaint Southern cities.  With a population of only 175,000, it is large enough to have many of the accommodations seniors need, while maintaining the vibe of a friendly, neighborly city.  It is ideal for retirees wishing to remain active and enjoy the great outdoors.  It is renowned for Lookout Mountain and Rock City, but is also home to the Raccoon Mountain Caverns, Enterprise South National Park, Audubon Acres and Maclellan Island, and North Chickamauga Creek.  Chattanooga is also known for its art culture that permeates throughout the city.  Take a walk through downtown to revel in the magnificence of its many art galleries and unique style.  Finally, Chattanooga is known for its Southern food and alcohol.  Just in the city itself, they have Chattanooga Whiskey Experimental Distillery, DeBarge Vineyards and Winery, and Hutton & Smith Brewing Co.  All of these can be toured, or they can become a staple for supporting homegrown businesses.  Some of the most popular restaurants are the Chattanooga Brew Choo, Tupelo Honey, J. Alexander’s Restaurant, and the Public House Restaurant. 

Chattanooga is centrally located about 120 miles from Atlanta, Knoxville, Nashville, Huntsville and Birmingham.  This makes it great for many aging adults to spend their golden years travelling around the South and seeing these historic cities.  It is also great for senior care and medical providers.  Even though Chattanooga has its own great infrastructure for senior care providers, these other cities guarantee that a specialist is no further than a 2-hour drive away.  It also grants seniors more freedom in both their choice of physician as well as form of treatment for anything life may through at them.  Chattanooga is also a great city for retirees because it is cheaper than the average cost of living in America, by a fair amount as well.  Housing is especially affordable in Chattanooga, so it is a great place to downsize and move to for many seniors wondering where to relax.  The affordable housing, breathtaking interconnectedness with nature, and proximity to 5 major cities is enticing for many seniors riding out the silver tsunami.

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