The only Continuing Care Retirement Community sponsored by Foundations of the University of Virginia, The Colonnades is an alternative to traditional retirement home living. They offer a maintenance-free lifestyle where the residents can relax while the staff handle the chores.
The community rests on 59 beautifully landscaped acres-close to everything in town yet nicely tucked away. Residents have the opportunity to experience a variety of intellectual and cultural activities, local shopping, fine dining and the company of new friends.
Each home in Independent Living features one or two bedroom apartments, or two bedroom cottages. Daily senior living amenities, such as restaurant-style dining and housekeeping, are available for every resident. Whether your loved one prefers a well-organized day with a vibrant social calendar or an unstructured lifestyle that allows them to create their own schedules, The Colonnades can provide the framework for them. As a Continuing Care Retirement Community, The Colonnades also provides Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitative Care, Memory Care and Long-term Nursing Care.
But don’t take it from us; Cindy Shuffield, Marketing Director of the Colonnades, led a workshop for Care is There – watch it below.
For more details about their services or the Try Us Out promotion, contact them at (434) 963-4198.
For more articles like this, see: Long Distance Caregiving, Resources for Central Virginia, Aging in Place, Care for the Caregiver.
Know someone who worries about their elderly parent in Charlottesville, Staunton, or Harrisonburg Virginia? Care is There Geriatric Care Management can help! Have them contact us for a free consultation: 434.326.5323 or email@example.com.
For more information about our services, and to read testimonials from our clients, visit our website. Also, view this short video about our care management services.
Elizabeth Swider, Geriatric Care Manager, Certified Senior Advisor
President, Care is There Geriatric Care Management
Support for independent living and long distance caregiving; assisted living enhancement
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