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ASK THE EXPERTS
Q: What does a full continuum of care mean?
A: Many people desire to move to a retirement
community that offers the full continuum
of care. Campuses like Richfield Living have
options along the continuum of care including
independent living, assisted living, memory
care, rehab and skilled nursing or longterm
care. The various levels of care provide
living opportunities that meet all the needs
an individual may have until the end of life.
Someone may start out living independently
in an apartment on the Richfield campus. The
husband or wife may need additional care
and can live at Richfield in assisted living or
get temporary rehabilitation. The journey is
different for everyone so an offering of all
stages of care is the optimum.
Lisa Clause,
Senior Director of Marketing
and Philanthropy, Richfield Living
540-444-4714, RichfieldLiving.com
Q: Is Scott Hill an Assisted Living Facility?
A: Scott Hill is not an assisted living
community, rather an Independent Retirement
Community offering spacious apartments for
individuals who are at the Pinnacle of their
life. Rent is based on income making Scott Hill
a quality and affordable choice.
Sheena Jackson
Scott Hill Retirement Community
540-862-5741
Scotthillretirement.org
Q: Is Warm Hearth Village still accepting
admissions and new residents with all that's
going on with COVID-19?
A: We are still here for you! In the face of
COVID-19, Warm Hearth Village is working
hard to maintain a safe environment for our
residents and employees. With stringent
precautions in place and extra love and
care, we are accepting admissions and new
residents. Things may be different, but our
commitment to seniors in our community
remains the same.
Q: What options are available for Cremation
Burial?
A: You may be interred in a regular burial
space, Sherwood allows up to two cremation
burials or a full burial and a cremation burial
in each space. Niches come with stone or
glass fronts and allow you to be creative when
honoring your loved one!
Q: Are you considering a retirement
community setting for a loved one who
needs extra assistance?
A: We advise doing the following when
researching: (1) Visit multiple communities
(2) Request a tour and anticipate spending
1-2 hours with the admissions staff (3) Get to
know the management team (4) Ask about
the community's financial stability (5) Learn
about the community's care offerings (6) Ask
about infection control plans and how the
community is protecting its residents and
staff while balancing connection with family
members and loved ones.
For more advice, contact Brent Poff,
Administrator at Salem Terrace of Harrogate.
Brent Poff, Administrator
Salem Terrace at Harrogate
540-444-0343, Salemterrace.com
Susan Mini, President/CEO
Sherwood Memorial Park
540-389-1049,
Sherwoodmemorialpark.org
Tambra Dixon
Warm Hearth Village
540-443-3449, Retire.org
Q: Why is lifelong learning important during
your senior years?
Q: How has Sunnyside continued to keep
residents physically active and engaged
during the COVID-19 pandemic?
A: Sunnyside has continued to recognize
the critical importance of wisely offering
fitness and life enrichment opportunities.
This year, our outdoor pavilion has served
as the perfect setting for live music, nighttime
movies, socials, BBQs, lectures, fitness
classes, yard games and even a health
fair! Our well-appointed new 13,000 sq. ft.
Broaddus Vitality Center has state-of-the-art
cardio and balance training equipment safely
spaced over six feet apart to maintain social
distancing. We offer approximately 30 group
fitness opportunities per week that include
Pilates, tai chi, yoga, cardio drumming,
dance fitness, pickleball, aqua aerobics and
more. We have continually reminded our
residents that during a time when stress
and uncertainty are high, maintaining whole
person wellness and a fitness routine can
provide countless benefits.
Annie Shaffer,
Wellness Director
Sunnyside Communities
A: Learning a new skill or topic allows our
brain to work in different ways and protects
our cognitive health. That's why lifelong
learning programs, like our RUI University,
are designed to provide intellectual
engagement and social connection to
our residents and visitors. Established
in 2017, RUI University offers semesterbased
courses through partnerships with
universities, colleges and museums by
coupling lectures, outings and hands-on
activities.
Mary-Katelyn Hansford,
RUI University Academic Administrator
Retirement Unlimited, Inc/
Woodland Hills Community
540-682-7500, Rui.net
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