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11 Independent Living Communities in Greensboro, North Carolina

There are 11 independent living communities in Greensboro, NC and several independent living communities nearby.

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Reviews of Independent Living Facilities in Greensboro

Pat

5

May 25, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Spring Arbor of Greensboro is an excellent place. My mom is a resident of that place for three months now. It is a beautiful place. Everything about it is fine. The food is wonderful. The people are wonderful, and the care is wonderful. I cannot say enough. It is an excellent place, and I want my mother to stay there. It is an apartment type with one bedroom, a kitchenette, and a living room. They have all kinds of activities, but she is limited in what she can participate in because of her needs. They have an activities director. They just recently opened visitations up if you had your covid shots. You have to sign in and you have to answer questions to get in. They were taking temperatures and only one person at a time could come in and visit. My mother says the food is good. It is easy to get around. It is laid out and nicely planned. It is all in one level and easy to get from front to the back. The place is a little pricey.

ReviewerRD021021u

4

March 7, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My father is in Brighton Gardens of Greensboro. It's a clean and modern place. I am not there all the time. I live in New Jersey, and my father is down there, so we haven't had a whole lot of comments about the staff. If there are issues that are statewide about COVID, they will send notifications of their changes and their policies, but as far as my father's personal care, there are no interviews. It's probably not fair right now because everything is in lockdown -- well, in these nursing homes in North Carolina anyway. There had been quite a bit of activities beforehand, but during COVID, they have limited everything, and there are no group gatherings. They are doing everything they can to keep it from spreading and to keep any cases of COVID out of there, so there are very few social activities going on -- but that is because of COVID. It was good when they gathered in the dining hall, but now they have to deliver the meals to their rooms. Also, the food is not as fresh or of the quality it was when it was delivered straight from the kitchen. My father's studio room is nice. It's got a bathroom and a little kitchenette, and it seems to be perfectly adequate for him. There seem to be so many restrictions with what they can do, and it is not good for the residents because they can't go around and meet with everybody else. However, from that aspect, it's great that they are in a place where it is safe, and there are nurses around if there is a problem.

ReviewerJan5

4

January 8, 2020

I visited this facility

Carolina Estates was very nice, but they didn't have any full kitchen facilities. The staff during the tour was very friendly, offered a lot of information, and followed up with me. The food was okay. The dining area was open and restaurant style. They were making gingerbread houses in one little room when I was there. They had a piano setup, a library, and a craft area. The apartment was on the smaller side.

Reviewer#JE050219

5

May 17, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Morningview at Irving Park is a great place. My father-in-law's room is fine and he enjoys it. The food is excellent and they have great people working in the kitchen. They have all kinds of things for my 90-year old father-in-law to do, and he can go out to get a beer if he wants to. They also have a men's club. It's a great place. The staff is really dedicated to taking care of the people there and they don't run around with cellphones tied to their faces.

Debbie

5

April 28, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Carriage House is excellent, but they went up in price to a point where my parents couldn't afford it. I would rate them a five in appearance. They have activities daily for the residents, but it's not pushy. For example, no one comes to your room to remind you that there's bingo at 4:00. So if you don't read the calendar or you don't read the bulletin board in the dining room, you don't know what's going on. I thought that was weird. They could just print out flyers and give them to the residents or leave them on their doors. The food was not great at all, and I was surprised by that. They have a big room where they do activities and my mother likes getting her nails done there. It's a beautiful building, and my parents have a nice apartment there. It's a double room. Overall, the value for the money is not good.

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Greensboro Senior-Friendly Activities

The best place to learn about the rich and interesting history of Greensboro is by visiting the Greensboro Historical Museum . More than 17,000 square feet, the museum is a treasure trove of educational artifacts and information about the people and events that shaped not only the history of Greensboro but of the nation as well. From some of its famous residents (Dolly Madison, O. Henry, and Charles Henry Moore among others) to the role Greensboro played in the Civil Rights Movement, visitors will be enthralled by the museum’s many permanent exhibits. For those who enjoy shopping and people-watching, Downtown Greensboro is the place to be. A vibrant urban center, Downtown Greensboro offers a mix of shops, museums, restaurants, and more. The Greensboro Science Center offers education and adventure in one, the perfect outing when friends and family are visiting from out of town. With plenty of sights and activities for people of all ages, the Greensboro Science Center is one of many activities that make independent living in Greensboro an excellent choice for seniors.

Greensboro Medical Facilities

The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital is 536-bed medical facility that is also a teaching hospital and referral center. It is a Level II Trauma Center and houses a children’s emergency department. The seasoned doctors and medical personnel at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital are recognized experts in neurosciences, orthopedics, stroke and heart care, and many other medical fields. The hospital is part of Cone Health, one of the region’s largest and most comprehensive healthcare networks.

High Point Regional Health has 351 beds, a staff of more than 2,300 highly trained medical personnel and serves well over 120,000 patients each year. In addition to having well-known cancer and neuroscience centers, High Point Regional has a Joint Replacement Center as well as a diabetes self-care management center. These world-class medical facilities make Greensboro independent living an attractive and exciting opportunity for older adults.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Greensboro

There are a number of transportation options for seniors in Greensboro. Information about these options can be found at Guilford senior resources. Whether you’re headed to a medical appointment or a social event, the transportation resources found here are a good place to start your trip. This service is invaluable for Greensboro independent living seniors who still lead full and active lives. Begin your search for senior housing by reviewing our options for Greensboro independent living. Start enjoying everything that this thriving city has to offer – interesting historical attractions, top-of-the-line medical care, and an effective transportation network.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Greensboro

The Smith Senior Center on Fairview Street has a comprehensive program that aims to enhance and support senior life in Greensboro. Older adults who choose independent living in Greensboro can avail of AARP tax aid services, free health checks, insurance counseling, hearing screenings, and much more from the center. The AHOY program (Add Health to Our Years) offers low-impact exercise classes to seniors age 55 and older. Trained instructors assist and encourage seniors participate in age-appropriate activities including strength training and aerobics.

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