More than 289,860 seniors live in Charlotte, NC. Charlotte is especially rich in cultural attractions like the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, the Mint Museum Uptown, the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, and the Knight Theater. History buffs enjoy the exhibits of the Levine Museum of the New South and visit Historic Bartonville, a 775-acre Revolutionary War site, while those who love classical music can spend an evening listening to the Charlotte Symphony.
Home Instead Senior Care, located at 2151 Hawkins Street #201, provides home care services in their home. Caregivers are kind, trustworthy individuals carefully screened and trained to provide professional care services.
Golden LivingCenters - Dartmouth, located at 300 Providence Road, is a nursing facility that provides short-term rehabilitation from those recovering from an illness and long-term care. They offer services like physical, speech and occupational therapy. In 2009, they received the American Health Care Association National Center for Assisted Living Bronze Quality Award.
Homewatch CareGivers, located at 8301 University Executive Park Drive, offers a customized care plan based on an individual's needs. The plans are all designed to promote physical and emotional well-being and can range from companionship services to personal assistance with daily living.
Centralina Area Agency on Aging (AAA), located at 525 North Tryon Street, helps seniors live independently in their homes and communities. It contracts with local services to deliver meals, transportation, and in-home care.
Elder Options, located at 338 South Sharon Amity Road, helps seniors understand the bewildering long-term care system. Their team consists of state and county agencies, lawyers, and accountants.
Senior Health Connection, located at 7903 Providence Rd., Ste. 100, focuses on the health and care of seniors, and the health care providers are specialists in Geriatric Medicine.
Comfort Keepers, located at 8815 University East Drive, provide seniors in the Greater Charlotte area with high-quality care. Their home care provider services include bathing, hygiene, grocery shopping, meal preparation, and transportation. They also offer 24-hour care plans for those who require Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Second Harvest Food Bank, located at 500-B Spratt Street, is part of the Feeding America network, which is the biggest hunger-relief organization in the US. It works with governments, businesses, charities, and individual donors to provide food for anyone who can’t afford to pay grocery food prices.
Levine Jewish Community Center, located at 5007 Providence Road, offers some recreational opportunities for seniors, including fitness programs for the elderly.
Griffin Home Health Care Inc., located at 4231 Monroe Road, provide a wide selection of home medical equipment and supplies for individuals.
If you would like more resources, then visit the Mecklenburg County, NC, a government website. It provides information on Senior Centers that offers exercise classes for seniors; health, wellness, and nutritional programs; education programs on managing retirement; and senior health insurance counseling. More information can also be found from public libraries.
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