The global pandemic situation with COVID-19 is actively evolving. We at Friends Homes are closely monitoring and following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services as well as the Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services.
Following the direction of Guilford County, effective March 13th, Friends Homes will restrict all outside visitation to its campuses.
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Choosing where you will live in your retirement years is an important decision.
A Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) like Friends Homes offers numerous advantages for your lifestyle and future security. Numerous studies have shown that social isolation is a significant contributing factor to declining health as we age. At Friends Homes, you will find an active community of friends who will become an important social and support network. You will also find a wide variety of social, educational, recreational, and cultural activities that will empower you to stay active and engaged, and to maintain your highest possible level of independence for as long as possible.
While some people wait to choose a retirement community when their health begins to fail, many residents tell us that they wish they had moved sooner — while they were young and active enough to enjoy all that our community has to offer.
At Friends Homes, you will also have peace of mind in knowing that should your needs ever change, you have access to a full continuum of healthcare services right on campus. From the personalized help with daily tasks available in assisted living to the short- and long-term care available in skilled nursing and memory care, you and your family will never have to worry about finding healthcare in a crisis.
Choosing a CCRC can also offer potential tax advantages and a significant level of protection from the ever-rising costs of healthcare in the U.S.
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