What’s happening at Springmoor
You’ve probably spent a lot of time and energy on retirement planning over the years. For most of us, however, this planning revolves around saving and investing to support the lifestyle we want after we stop working. If you’re near retirement age or have already reached it, it’s time to do some thoughtful planning regarding exactly where you will live as you age.Continue reading →
Care on Your Terms: Springmoor’s Stewart Health Center Begins Transition from Medical Model to Person-Centered Care
At Springmoor, continuing care means the freedom to make your own choices. With this in mind, we’re proud to announce that Stewart Health Center will be transitioning to a person-centered care model. Springmoor’s health center provides a full range of care that includes rehabilitation, assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory support care.Continue reading →
At Springmoor, we always strive to improve the lives of the residents. Through amenities and services, we attempt to create an environment where everything is convenient, so that they can continue to live their vibrant lives. As time moves on, we continue to innovate and progress with these offerings – never becoming complacent, always pushing forward. In this spirit, one of the newest amenities we have introduced is the Pathways Portal, a website/app that is tailor-made to help residents connect and stay informed about community news.Continue reading →
The votes are in, and readers of Midtown Magazine have chosen Springmoor as the winner of the 2020 bronze-level Diamond Award for Best Retirement Living! As you can read in the January/February 2020 issue (page 90-91), people from all around North Carolina’s capital city agree that Springmoor is one of the finest options for retirement living in Raleigh.Continue reading →
Regardless of how you approach spirituality, connecting with your spiritual side can help you be more gracious, compassionate, optimistic and self-actualized. Fortunately, Springmoor provides many paths to spiritual wellness, which are guided by its co-chaplains, Juliana Lindenberg and Lori Higgins.
Juliana and Lori serve the community in ways that go far beyond the traditional worship services. They bring people together through a variety of groups and programs meant to enlighten and uplift. Plus, the pair is always on-call and ready to support residents and their families as well as staff members, no matter the challenge.Continue reading →