Description of Palmettos of Charleston
Palmettos of Charleston is a 60 unit assisted living community located in Charleston South Carolina. It is a secure, safe, caring and beautiful environment where we are committed to providing a personalized level of quality care services for every resident. Various level of care are available for our residents with different needs. Our style fosters independence, socialization, and a healthy lifestyle for each resident.
Residents may enjoy a stylish dining, activities, events and spiritual services. From medication supervision to art and music therapy, our residents receive appropriate care for their level of need, remaining vital and independent to enjoy all The Palmettos of Charleston has to offer.
Our beautiful apartment suites are equipped with controlled heating and cooling, kitchenettes, cabinets and a private bathroom. Emergency response systems are installed in each apartment. Restaurant-style dining with a menu develop by our registered dietician can be experienced three times each a day.
Residents can enjoy walking in our beautifully landscaped gardens and courtyards. Spend time reading in our library, pamper yourself in our beauty salon, or socialize and spend time with other residents in our scenic veranda. We have numerous gathering areas, such as our sunroom, club lounge, living rooms, porches, and theatre.
Here at Palmettos of Charleston we provide free educational seminars and enrichment for both resident and family members. We have a full slate of programs for the health and wellness of our residents, as well as different recreational activities that our resident can choose from.
Personalized care services are designed to meet our residents needs, such as medication management, bathing, grooming, personal hygiene, clothing selection and mobility. We also provide scheduled transportation for local doctor appointments, shopping and various outing and events.
Continue to have an active and engaging lifestyle here at Palmettos of Charleston because "Life may change, but it never gets old."