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Greensboro Independent Living

There are 6 independent living communities in Greensboro, NC and 8 independent living communities nearby.

Carolina Estates

4434 Old Battleground Road
Greensboro, NC

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1 Review
Starting at $3,855 per month

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1 Reviews
Starting at $3,855 per month

At Carolina Estates, our management teams live on-site, and are available 24 hours a day. We have a great array of services and amenities. Our food is truly made from scratch and served right to your table along with a…

Abbotswood at Irving Park

3504 Flint Street
Greensboro, NC

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A community with plenty of southern hospitality, Abbotswood at Irving Park provides an elegant setting in which to enjoy retirement living.

The Carillon

4512 Lawndale Drive
Greensboro, NC

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Starting at $661 per month

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Starting at $661 per month

Moving to a Independent Living Community should be about enjoying more freedom, not losing it. About exploring more opportunities, not limitations. About living as you plan, not as someone else has planned your day. At The Carillon, you'll find all…

Heritage Greens

801 Meadowood St
Greensboro, NC

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With all the services and amenities of a fine hotel, Heritage Greens offers a range of retirement living options for Greensboro seniors to experience.

Friends Homes at Guilford

925 New Garden Rd
Greensboro, NC

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Refund Plan: Refund declines over 8 years. Rentals also available. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.

WhiteStone: A Masonic & Eastern Star Community

700 SOUTH HOLDEN ROAD
Greensboro, NC

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Eligibility: Member in good standing of Masons, or relative. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.

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Reviews of Greensboro Independent Living Communities

Abbotswood at Irving Park

Review by Anmarie | Consumer

My visit to Abbotswood was very good. It's a nice place, but the bathrooms have not been upgraded, so you can't get a wheelchair in there. The staff was very nice, and treated us to lunch; the food was excellent.

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Carolina Estates

Review by NS | Consumer

My tour at Carolina Estates was very nice. The people were very friendly, the apartments were small, but they were nice. I had lunch there and the food was good. They have a library, meeting rooms, there's a place to watch movies, and a nice dining room. The usual people who showed me around were really nice too.

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Map of Greensboro Independent Living Communities

Information About Independent Living Communities in Greensboro

A city of less than 300,000 residents, Greensboro is located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina. In the mid 1800s, it was known as the ‘Gate City’ owing to the major role it played as a transportation hub for the state. By the 1900s, Greensboro became the center of the southern textile industry. It had several large factories producing different kinds of textiles including denim and flannel. Revolution Mill, Cone Mills, Greensboro

The city played a critical role during the Civil Rights Movement when four African-American college students refused to leave a Woolworth diner after being refused service at the lunch counter. From this non-violent sit-in protest, a youth-led movement challenging racial equality in the South began. Greensboro independent living residents benefit from the city’s rich cultural history, ideal climate, and plenty of activities and recreational opportunities.

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.

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.

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