What is Senior Living?

Due to advances in modern medicine, people are living longer. Whether it’s independent living, assisted living, short or long-term at-home care, or skilled-nursing care, seniors have the freedom and a plethora of opportunities to live as they choose. Senior centers are a great option for seniors that live independently. They are able to go there for a short time during the day, or for the majority of the day, to spend time doing activities and receiving social interaction. More and more assisted living facilities have opened in recent years. They offer a variety of amenities. In-home care is an option for those that need regular medical care, but want to remain at home.

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Franke at Seaside - Choices for active retirement living.

Franke at Seaside

Mount Pleasant
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   (843) 856-4700

The Crossings at Wescott Plantation - a 184 unit senior living community with 93 Independent Living, 57 assisted living and 34 memory care apartments in Summerville, South Carolina.

The Crossings at Wescott Plantation

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   (843) 486-2712

Get to know Ashley Landing Assisted Living

Ashley Landing Assisted Living

North Charleston
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   (843) 760-0831

Sandpiper Village Independent Living, Sandpiper Courtyard Assisted Living and Sandpiper Rehabilitation and Nursing

Sandpiper Retirement Community

Mount Pleasant
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   (843) 881-3210

Senior Living Articles

Quality Caregivers: Finding the right person with compassion and skill to go into their homes and provide care is really important.

A Need for Quality Caregivers

Employee turnover is a natural part of doing business in any industry. But when it comes to senior care, the rate of turnover can be as high as 60 percent. With statistics like this, it's crucial for senior care providers to find the very best employees... Continue Reading

Loving Life in a Full-Care Facility

Loving Life in a Full-Care Facility

We want people to know that when they can no longer live in their home, it does not mean they stop living and that quality of life continues – emotionally, spiritually and physically. In some cases, it's actually better. While the decision to move... Continue Reading

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