Windsor Run Personal Moving Consultant Amanda Indenbaum conducts a virtual seminar with a Wayforth senior move manager.

Despite the changes resulting from COVID-19, people throughout the country are continuing to search for and purchase their next home. According to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association (CANOPY), “the Charlotte metropolitan area continues to be a seller’s market due to a shortage of houses compared to demand.”

Members of the dining services team gather at a safe distance while wearing masks to demonstrate their commitment. 

One of the many unexpected results of the recent COVID-19 crisis has been a renewed look at priorities and a reevaluation of what is most important in all of our lives. For most, this is a time to reflect on the importance of our health while strengthening personal bonds.

Wilda Tyler used Erickson Realty and Moving Services and the help of Personal Moving Consultant Amanda Bates-Indenbaum when she moved to Windsor Run last year.

As the number of Baby Boomers selling their houses and moving to continuing care retirement communities grows, so does the use of senior move managers and other moving specialists. According to the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM), the number of companies helping seniors move has grown from 22 in 2002 to over 850 today.

Windsor Run Sales Director Ryan Barkley prepares to deliver meals to residents’ apartment homes, leaning over in a silly way and wearing a facemask.

Windsor Run works tirelessly to ensure the safety of their residents and staff

“Across our family of communities, residents and staff are taking extraordinary steps to protect the health and safety of our loved ones, friends, neighbors, and caregivers,” says Erickson Living CEO Alan Butler, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

(From left) Janet Clift, Courtney Layne, Sara Clinard, Linda TerHaar, and Penny Bobincheck at Linda’s first shell-flower-making class.

It’s been said that seashells are love letters in the sand. For Linda TerHaar, collecting the precious shells, known as shelling, is a hobby she’s enjoyed since childhood. 

“Growing up in South Florida, my father would take our family to Fort Myers beach each summer,” says Linda. “That is when I first started shelling, and I’ve enjoyed it ever since.”

The Windsor Run chorus performed “Precious Lord,” “We Shall Overcome,” and “Let There Be Peace on Earth” to rave reviews at the community’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration. They're seen here gathering for rehearsal.

According to the singing advocacy group Chorus America, more than 32 million American adults sing regularly in groups nationwide. This number represents an increase of more than ten million people in the last decade.

(From left) Roy Garrett, Barry Thomas, Bob Mack, Dan Tauber, Dave Koos, Ashley Balman, Barry Henefey, Bob Hansen, Warner Behley, Bob Mercer, and Angelo Astuto are members of the golf outing group.

On June 22, 2018, David “Dave” and Patricia “Kay” Koos moved to Windsor Run, an Erickson Living community in Matthews, N.C. 

The spacious Somerton floor plan at Windsor Run is a large two-bedroom, two-bath apartment home—one of only a handful of homes available at the popular Erickson Living-managed community in Matthews, N.C.

With last year’s opening of the Beech Hollow residence building and construction currently underway on Piedmont Overlook, Windsor Runs’ continuing care neighborhood, numerous people are visiting the campus this spring eager to learn how they can move to one of the fastest growing

A view of the landscape and residence building at Windsor Run. The outside space is lush, green, and pristine.

Spring is in the air at Windsor Run, an Erickson Living-managed community in Matthews, N.C. As the beautiful, 60-acre campus begins to bloom, the sales center is meeting with a record number of people interested in learning more about moving to this sought-after community.