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Ambera’s Responsibility to Society

We at Ambera feel we have a duty to work against boredom and loneliness.

Today’s active adults are enthusiastic about life, and want an active, social lifestyle and the chance to contribute meaningfully to the community. By developing and running housing projects with facilities and programs that contribute to social contribution, we will set the stage for an easier life and a more meaningful day-to-day life for active adults.

Community is good for us

It has been proven that spending time with others is good for our health. It is somewhat paradoxical that loneliness is one of the main contributors to bad health in the world’s richest countries. In modern society, more and more people experience loneliness, even when they have family and friends nearby.

At Ambera, we are challenging perceptions about how active adults should live. We build homes that take people’s need for privacy into account, while providing access to shared facilities and physical meeting spaces that stimulate activity and getting involved in the community. We believe that this can create a framework for more meaningful everyday living, and a richer life overall.

A group of senior friends led by a woman with white hair exploring outdoors.

Health benefits of living in homes with a community

Participate naturally in social events
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

54% vs 11%

Try new activities
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

44 % vs 13 %

Get together with friends
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

42 % vs 13 %

Exercise more often
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

32 % vs 17 %

See family more often
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

31 % vs 15 %

Have a better quality of life than before
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

55 % vs 19 %

Health benefits of living in homes with a community

Participate naturally in social events
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

54% vs 11%

Try new activities
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

44 % vs 13 %

Get together with friends
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

42 % vs 13 %

Exercise more often
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

32 % vs 17 %

See family more often
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

31 % vs 15 %

Have a better quality of life than before
(those who live in homes with community vs. those who do not)

55 % vs 19 %