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Riderwood
Sales Director George Mishraky and his sales staff meet with people every day who want to learn more about CCRCs and the costs and benefits associated with a move to Riderwood.

When choosing a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), there are many things to consider—location, amenities, and neighbors, to name of a few. One of the most important factors is the cost and the fee structure. 

Riderwood
Riderwood Executive Director Gary Hibbs (far left) is pictured at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new wellness center along with residents (from left) Carolyn Compton, Tom Kelley, and Bill Harris.

As part of management’s commitment to providing a modern and well-appointed campus for its community members, Riderwood’s long-range plans include renovations to the buildings and facilities.

Seabrook
Talib Mohammed started his career at Seabrook as a dishwasher. Thanks to the company’s tuition assistance and positive culture, he is now executive chef at the Princeton, one of three on-site restaurants at the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls.

Most people, especially chefs, move around from job to job before they find a long-term career home, but not Talib Mohammed. To him, Seabrook in Tinton Falls, N.J., has always been his second home. 

Seabrook
Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Williamson meets with prospective residents in their house, armed with a magnetic floor plan of their new apartment home at Seabrook.

There’s a reason why most people who move to Seabrook say it’s the easiest move they’ve ever made. They have a secret weapon. Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Williamson provides personalized assistance to help make the load—and the experience—a lot lighter. 

Tallgrass Creek
New residents Pat and Bonnie Whalen are pictured in front of the handsome shelves Pat built and installed in the couple’s new home at Goldfinch Lane, Tallgrass Creek’s newest residence building.

When Bonnie and Pat Whalen learned that Goldfinch Lane, Tallgrass Creek’s newest residence building, was under construction, they reserved their apartment right away. 

“It was more than a year ago,” says Bonnie. “We wanted a specific floor plan and location. By reserving far ahead, we were able to get what we wanted.”

Tallgrass Creek
Residents Margaret McCauley (left) and Nancy McCreery look at jewelry on display in the Treasure Chest, an on-site gift and resale shop at  Tallgrass Creek. Nancy manages the shop with assistance from neighbors who volunteer to help.

From linens to lamps, the Treasure Chest, Tallgrass Creek’s on-site gift and resale shop, is a shopper’s delight. 

Tallgrass Creek
Dr. Sharad Gavankar (left) and Judy Condray (right) take instruction from Tallgrass Creek Fitness Specialist Ashley Huesers (center) during her body balance class.

Whether your preferred exercise includes strengthening and toning, energetic cardio, or gentle aerobics in a warm, relaxing swimming pool, Tallgrass Creek’s fitness program has it all. 

Wind Crest
Wind Crest Executive Chef Adrian Snow stays current with culinary trends by following the Oregon food scene and staying connected to chefs both nationwide and worldwide through the American Culinary Federation.

When you have a member of your community who has met and worked with James Beard leading the dining services committee where you live, you know the food’s going to be good.

Wind Crest
Personal Moving Consultant Beth Brandenburg meets with prospective residents in their house and helps them plan they layout of their new home with the furniture the already have.

There’s a reason why most people who move to Wind Crest say it’s the easiest move they’ve ever made. They have a secret weapon. Personal Moving Consultant Beth Brandenburg provides personalized assistance to help make the load—and the experience—a lot lighter.