FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., April 15, 2022 (Newswire.com) - For many people, there comes a time in life when managing daily activities on their own becomes a challenge. Luckily, seniors in the Sandhills area and Moore County have the opportunity to move to a nearby assisted living community—The Carolina Inn in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
The rental community offers monthly lease options for furnished and unfurnished senior living apartments, including a wide selection that are available to move into right away.
"At The Carolina Inn, we're able to accommodate seniors who have an immediate need for personal care and attention," said Jared Fryer. Fryer is president of Village Green Real Estate and Development, which manages the assisted living community in the heart of Fayetteville's Village Green neighborhood.
"Over the past few years, some families have been reluctant to make the decision to move elderly parents out of their current situations. Choosing to care for seniors at home can put a strain on family members who become caregivers," said Fryer. "Residents at The Carolina Inn, on the other hand, have access to support 24 hours a day—something that often if not feasible in a home setting."
At The Carolina Inn, staff is available around the clock to deliver health services including medication management and monitoring along with first aid. Plus, every resident is equipped with a 24-hour emergency response system.
Additionally, caregivers at The Carolina Inn are trained in addressing the needs and disposition of seniors struggling to maintain their independence. Whether a resident requires minimal assistance with daily activities or demands more hands-on support with tasks such as personal hygiene, the professional staff can adjust to supply the right level of person-centered care. For even more peace of mind, The Carolina Inn provides the highest nurse-to-resident ratio for assisting living communities in the area with nurses on each floor.
Beyond offering exceptional care, The Carolina Inn has an assortment of on-site amenities one cannot find at home. A salon, housekeeping and laundry, transportation—and even concierge services—make residents feel like they're staying in an exclusive boutique hotel. And dining is an experience all its own with ever-changing, healthy menus and locally sourced restaurant-quality meals.
"Perhaps the biggest benefit for seniors living at The Carolina Inn is our Life Enrichment programs," said Fryer. "From exercise classes to keep residents active to mentally stimulating pursuits so their minds stay sharp, activities help individuals stay engaged with life and each other."
Seniors and family members who are looking for an alternative to home care are encouraged to visit The Carolina Inn. The property is located about 15 minutes from Fort Bragg in the popular Village Green neighborhood in Fayetteville. Schedule a one-on-one tour by logging onto www.CarolinaInnNC.com or calling Angela Rabelos at (910) 501-2271.
Source: The Carolina Inn