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- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Nurses on Staff
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Doctor on Call
- Nurse on Call
Brighton Gardens provides assisted living in an apartment-style setting that offers the simple pleasures - nutritious food, comfortable surroundings, and the support of a warm, caring and competent staff. A separate Special Care Center for residents with Alzheimer's or other memory related disorders is also on-site. The key to our success in the Special Care Center is our dedicated and compassionate staff, which receives special training and supervision. Our Special Care programming offers a variety of activities designed to achieve memory enrichment and positive social interactions. Caring for residents with dementia is a partnership between the community and the family, frequent family visits are encouraged and support groups and advisory councils are arranged. A Short Stay Program for seniors who need short-term care may also be available. It is the ideal alternative for recuperating after a hospital stay, while family caregivers are on vacation or if you just want to try out assisted living. Please call for more information or to schedule a visit to find out how Brighton Gardens can enrich your life or the life of a loved one.
Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem is a gorgeous assisted living community nestled in the suburban community of Winston-Salem, NC. While it's tempting to stay home and enjoy the amenities that Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem offers, there's plenty to do in Winston-Salem and the surrounding area.
Winston-Salem was founded in 1913 when two neighboring cities of Winston and Salem decided to merge. Although the merger was not made official until 1913, the two historic cities were referred in tandem as far back as the 1880s. Today the city is considered the 5th largest city in North Carolina and notable for its fine arts and technological research programs. Find out why Winston-Salem was voted one of the top 10 places to retire.
- Walkability Score: 45 out of 100. Residents will be dependent on cars or other transportation
- Bike Score: 43. The city is somewhat bike-friendly with mostly flat, minimal bike lanes
- Average Weather: Winston-Salem has an average maximum of 78 degrees Fahrenheit in August and minimum of 42 degrees Fahrenheit in January
- Average Age in Zip Code 27106: 35 years old
- Number of Senior Housing Facilities: There are four senior living communities in Winston-Salem, NC
- Senior Center: There are five senior centers in Winston-Salem, NC. The closest one to Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem is Senior Services, Inc.The city also offers Piedmont Plus Senior Games and Silver Arts, which is a wellness and education program keeping seniors active and social
- Veteran's Facilities: The VA Winston-Salem Regional Benefit office is a 13-minute drive. In addition to the American Legion, it also offers special interest support groups for local area veterans
There are many transportation options for seniors in Winston-Salem, NC without a car.
- Buses: The Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) is the regional bus service. It also offers a vanpool program.
- Senior Transportation: Forsyth County offers a publicly-funded, wheelchair accessible transportation service called Trans-AID which helps seniors and persons with disabilities. There is a $1 fee per ride for the service. For persons receiving Medicaid, they can utilize the Medicaid Transportation Unit.
- Public Ride Sharing Programs: Uber and Lyft are available.
Shopping and Entertainment
Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem residents can enjoy a multitude of dining and entertainment options in the area. They can even get shopping and dining discounts through the Black Phillips Smith Government Center which offers a discount card for seniors over 60.
- Clothing Stores: The Reynolda Manor Shopping Center offers all your favorite brands
- Grocery Stores: Nearby supermarket Lowes Foods is the perfect place to stock up
- Restaurants: Seniors can enjoy all their favorite chain and fast food restaurants just a half mile away, including Wendy's, Jimmy John's and KFC. For those who want to splurge, nearby Tequila Mexican Restaurant or Kotta Japanese Grill are good options
- Hair Salons: SuperCuts is just 0.6 miles from Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem
- Movie Theaters: The AMC Classic Winston-Salem 10 provides the latest Hollywood hits
- Bowling: Join a bowling league at nearby Northside Lanes, just an 8-minute drive
- Libraries: Reynolda Manor Branch Library, part of the Forsyth County Library System, offers fun activities for the entire community
- Legal Services: The Wake Forest University School of Law is down the street from Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem and has an Elder Law Clinic which provides free legal services to local low-income residents over 60
The Great Outdoors
For residents who enjoy keeping active, there are a number of beautiful public parks to visit in the nearby vicinity.
- Polo Park and Recreation Center: This is the nearest park to Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem and is open weekdays. Polo Park offers sports fields, a gym, a computer lab and even a kitchen and meeting rooms
- Bethabara Park: The Bethabara Greenway Trail offers three miles of exploration. This historic 1753 Moravian site has a reconstructed village and church
- Golf: Old Town Club is a private golf course just 7 minutes away. It was established in 1939 and designed by famous architect Perry Maxwell
- Tennis: Wake Forest Tennis Center has 13 outdoor courts and eight indoor courts
Health and Safety
Prospective Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem residents can rest assured that Winston-Salem, NC offers health and safety provisions for the community.
- Hospital: Wake Forest Baptist Health is the nearest hospital.
- Pharmacy: The Harris Teeter Pharmacy is the closest pharmacy to Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem.
- Police: The Winston-Salem Police Department is 4.5 miles from Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem. Winston-Salem residents have a 1 in 23 chance of becoming a victim of a crime
- Fire Station: Winston-Salem Fire Station 8 is .8 miles away and ready to serve
For devout residents, there are many places to worship in Winston-Salem, NC and the nearby area.
Christian Religious Institutions in Winston-Salem, NC:
- Baptist: College Park Baptist Church
- Catholic: St. Leo the Great Catholic Church
- Episcopal: St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
- Lutheran: Lutheran Church - The Ephiphany
- Methodist: Maple Springs United Methodist Church
- Non-Denominational Christian: Calvary Chapel of Fellowship Winston-Salem
- Presbyterian: El Buen Pastor Presbyterian Church
Non-Christian Religious Institutions in Winston-Salem, NC and neighboring areas:
- Buddhist Priory: Wat Lao American Buddhist Center in Archdale, NC.
- Hindu Temple: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Hindu Temple in Greensboro, NC
- Islam Mosque: Community Mosque of Winston-Salem
- Jewish Synagogue: Temple Emanuel
- Quaker Meeting House: Winston-Salem Friends Meeting House