Senior Resources in Greenville
Located in the eastern part of North Carolina, in Pitt County, is the city of Greenville. Over the past few years, Greenville has been recognized by national publications in ‘best of’ polls, including best places for manufacturing, best small places for businesses and careers, best performing small metros, and Sportstown USA, among others. Recently, in 2014, Greenville made USA Today Travel’s list of “5 Great, Lesser-Known Places to Retire.” Even though it’s widely recognized as a college town, home to East Carolina University, Greenville is a favorite place to retire because of its proximity to Pamlico Sound and the Outer Banks, its mild weather, economical life style, and its amenities, services, and opportunities for retirees.
Active Adult Living
Retirement communities in Greenville are available in a variety of types and services. Active adult communities in Greenville offer the definitive residential experience in carefree, independent living for seniors who enjoy an on-the-go lifestyle, like Charlestown of Bradford Creek, a planned golfing community for those seeking to truly enjoy an active and comfortable lifestyle. Springshire is another community that offers a Southern-manor style clubhouse, dining, socializing, and a complete range of amenities and services with a focus on wellness and productive aging. Visit the site here.
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For seniors who may need minor assistance with daily living, and a home where no maintenance and yard work is needed, independent living communities may be just the place. Independent living options provide helpful services like meals, transportation, socialization activities, and many more services and amenities. Greenville’s Brookdale offers many senior living solutions including large apartments, refined common areas, and an engaging social setting. In addition to independent living, Brookdale also offers assisted living, skilled nursing home care, life care, and continuing care retirement communities. Visit Brookdale’s website here for more information.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) offer living options and services that evolve as seniors age – from fully healthy and active to those needing assisted living or nursing care, all in the same community. Greenville is home to Cypress Glenn, a CCRC with an on-campus healthcare system for all residents, so there isn’t a need to relocate if a resident’s health status changes as they age. Residents move in while they are active and independent, with the security of access to assisted living, rehabilitation, memory care, and long-term care on-site as they age. Visit Cypress Glenn’s website here for more information on their services and amenities.
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