Community

The Carolina’s host a number of relaxed cities, each with many recreational and culture-rich activities for seniors and family members living in North & South Carolina. The low cost of living and wonderful climate combined with the quality of life makes this the perfect retirement region for your loved one. The Carolina’s also provide:

  • Low cost of living
  • Cultural rich communities
  • Top notch Health Care
  • Moderate climates
  • Recreational opportunities
  • Convenient Interstate System

In the Carolinas, The average temperature in the winter is 51 degrees, with averages no hotter than the high 80’s in the summer. This is a perfect environment for residents who enjoy moderate climates. Families are better able to frequently visit residents without the concern of frequent travel disruptions due to weather.

Our senior care assisted living resident locations are also conveniently located near numerous nationally-ranked medical facilities, allowing families that may not live in the immediate area the relief of knowing that their loved one will receive the best senior care available. Transportation is easily accessible and as a result, residents are able to regularly visit the local grocery store, beauty salon and various other service providers.

Residents can also travel with family or request scheduled transportation to theaters, outdoor parks and other recreational locations.

News

Great Events for Seniors in the Charlotte Area
Fundraiser for Huntington’s Disease

Paint for a Purpose! Help Us Raise Awareness and Funds for HD

Join us at Grapperhall Family Care Home on December 8

16401 Grapperhall Drive, Huntersville NC 28078

6-7:30pm

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Dementia Support Group Meeting- SATURDAY Meeting Group –
Breckenridge Residential Community
Location: 16401 Grapperhall Drive, Huntersville, NC 28078
Dates: November 19th, December 3rd & December 17th, 2016
Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Contact: Teresa Murphy
980-253-6618 or teresa@seniorcarecarolinas.com
Centrolina Area Agency on Aging

Annual Aging 2016 Sept 23, 2016 “Aging For the Future”