Category: Active Seniors
Gail Jens has lived at Springmoor for more than five years, and during that time has become involved with just about every community activity imaginable—from volunteering for resident organizations and working in the convenience store, to gardening, volunteering in the library, delivering mail and taking fitness classes. She’s one of the many active residents at Springmoor and enjoys spending her days keeping busy.Continue reading →
If you take a walk around the Springmoor community, you’re likely to bump into resident Jan Hagarty. As a volunteer in the library, at the convenience store and on the Springmoor Residents Association, she’s often the first person to extend a happy hello to friends, neighbors and visitors.
“I’m a people person,” Jan said. “I do a lot of greeting!”Continue reading →
Even though Jan Christensen already had friends who lived at Springmoor, she still had some concerns about making the move two and a half years ago, and whether she would make more friends on campus. Her fears of living in a different area than her friends who already lived on campus quickly disintegrated when her new neighbors gave her a warm welcome. Now, Jan is friends with many of those who welcomed her, and she still sees the friends she knew before she made the move. After she got settled, Jan rapidly became familiar with the community, and made herself comfortable by diving headfirst into the activities and organizations available at Springmoor.Continue reading →
Many people choose to move to a Life Plan Community, or Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), for the safety and security of a community lifestyle. Unlike living alone in a single-family house or apartment, living in a retirement community means you always have peace of mind, thanks to security services and the assurance of care. Springmoor offers multiple security services, including 24-hour emergency call service and around-the-clock security staff, as well as a full continuum of healthcare services.
Linda Tucker, a newly settled-in resident at Springmoor, decided to move so she could have a higher level of safety and security than living in her house alone. She felt that a community lifestyle would provide her with peace of mind, knowing that she would always have access to any help she might need.Continue reading →
Charlene Young and her husband, William, are an active, happy couple from South Carolina, and they’ve been residents of Springmoor for nearly two and a half years. When the Youngs decided—with the help of their family—that it was time to move to a retirement community, they looked for a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Raleigh, North Carolina, where they could be closer to family in the area. Also, because Charlene’s sister-in-law had lived at Springmoor during her retirement, the community was high on their list of places to tour.Continue reading →
After 40 years in New Jersey, Emily Brown moved south to Raleigh, North Carolina. She had been living in Raleigh for 13 years when she decided to become a Springmoor resident in late 2017. One of the reasons she enjoys living at Springmoor is the multitude of amenities and activities offered in our community. Springmoor recently refurbished a space into the dedicated Meraki Arts Studio, and Emily has been taking advantage of the creative outlet the art studio provides. Continue reading →