Seniors don't have to be overwhelmed and shy of technology. They just need to decide what they want to do and let their children and grandchildren help them make it happen!
More states and communities are preparing for the burgeoning senior population with special programs and by utilizing senior's skills and knowledge. Many are patterning communities after retirement communities like Galloway Ridge.
North Carolina ranks third in the country where retirees choose to live. The state offers something for everyone. The mountains in the west and the ocean in the east are separated by the Piedmont area that has its own unique character.
Edythe Schindler Klein, a journalist and fiction writer, now in residence at Galloway Ridge, has vivid memories of May 14, 1948, when the State of Israel was established.
H.G. Jones knows how to put a mark on important historical events. He spent a lifetime doing it for others, serving as curator of the North Carolina Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill for many years.
When Pat Richardson learned about the North Carolina Certified Retirement Community Program (NCCRCP), she initiated a local campaign to get Pittsboro, NC, certified.
Galloway Ridge at Fearrington has recently paid off over $23 million in debt months ahead of an October 2013 due date.
The mission of Galloway Ridge is healthy aging by providing programs and services that enhance the social, spiritual, emotional, and health needs of the individual.
Galloway Ridge has adopted a new, state of the art security system. Residents express that they enjoy the level of safety and security that Galloway Ridge Retirement Community provides with the new RezShield Security System.
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