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Comfortable. Friendly. These are two of the most common words that our residents use to describe Lakewood Manor. ItÃ¢Â€Â™s a place where you can be yourself. ItÃ¢Â€Â™s a place where you can leave all of the chores and maintenance of…
Cedarfield is commited to providing an engaging atmosphere and gracious culture that fosters independence, individuality and a secure plan for the future. From the moment you step onto campus, you'll be surrounded by southern hospitality and genuine warmth to make…
Refund Plans: 90% of Entrance Fee; 70% declining at 2% per mo. for 15 mos. (Price: 83% of Entrance Fee); 50% declining at 2% per mo. for 25 mos.(Price: 71% of Entrance Fee); 0% Refund declining at 2% per mo.…
Serves solely Master Masons of Virginia, and families. Assets transfer alternatively to Entrance Fee. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.
Welcome to Atlantic at Brook Run! Atlantic at Brook Run provides one- and two-bedroom apartment homes for independent seniors in Richmond, VA. Conveniently located near grocery stores, pharmacies and other shopping, the community also enjoys easy access to downtown Richmond.…
Welcome to Beth Sholom Woods! Beth Sholom Woods offers affordable, independent living to eligible adults seeking a true community. Monthly rent is based on income at our U.S. Housing and Urban Development-sponsored property. Each of our 111 apartments includes a…
Welcome to Forestbrooke Apartments! Forestbrook is unique that it is both a family and elderly property. Forestbrooke Apartments is our Family side while Charlevoix is reserved for the elderly. You will enjoy the advantages of single floor living in a…
Richmond, the capital of the state of Virginia, is an independent city and therefore does not belong in any one county, though it is surrounded by Henrico and Chesterfield counties. As of 2014, the population was estimated to be 217,853. The city has a rich history; as the capital of one of the country’s original colonies, it has been the site of many historical events, including being the home of the Powhatan Confederacy, Patrick Henry’s famous “give me liberty or give me death” speech, and serving as the capital of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. The city is home to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, and the city’s economy has long been driven by law and finance. Richmond retirement community residents will benefit from the city’s recently revitalized downtown, which includes a new performing arts center and a canal walk, among many other new additions.
Seniors in Richmond are served by the Senior Center of Greater Richmond. The center helps connect seniors to available public services, sponsors day trips such as White House tours and visits to the Smithsonian, and has weekly lunches for seniors to enjoy together. Also offered are health classes such as balance therapy and special events such as car safety checks, as well as dances, gaming gatherings, bible studies, and coffee socials. These events are not always at the senior center, but are occasionally held at other locations around the city.
Nature lovers will enjoy the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, which was voted the second best garden in North America by USA Today. The Gardens also offers educational programs, hands-on workshops, and on-site dining. Lavender Fields Farm is another option for those who enjoy working with botanicals; the farm offers classes on gardening, farm tours, and lunch by reservation. Monument Avenue is a great place to visit for those who love history; the entire street is filled with memorials to Virginia natives, such as Robert E. Lee. There are also local historical tours available for history lovers. There is lots of shopping to be had in Richmond as well, with a mix of upscale shopping malls, high-end boutiques, specialty stores, and antique shops.
The Richmond area is served by Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center. VCU Medical Center is the only academic medical center in the area, meaning it is always at the forefront of medical innovation, so you are sure to receive the most up-to-date care possible. The medical center has over 200 specialties, including centers for cancer, cardiology, neurosurgery, and transplantation. The hospital has a geriatrics division that employs 16 geriatricians, and the medical center is also involved in research in how to improve senior care.
The Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) is the primary public transportation service serving seniors, other residents of, and visitors to the greater Richmond area. The GRTC offers CARE and CARE Plus programs providing curb-to-curb ADA paratransit services to eligible seniors and other individuals with disabilities. For longer trips to nearby cities and attractions, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority lists local transit services in cities and counties spanning the Washington metro.
Richmond retirement communities have access to a city with a rich history and lots of available entertainment, as well as an advanced medical center. For more information on senior living in Richmond, see our options for Richmond retirement communities.
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