North Carolina Seniors Guide Focuses on Continuing Care Retirement Communities in the Triangle in August 2014 issue

Magazine will have a continuing care focus in addition to area assisted living, nursing homes, home care resources, and more.

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Active older citizens of the Triangle like the wide range of living options a continuing care retirement community offers.

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) July 17, 2014

The Triangle North Carolina Seniors Guide, featuring a comprehensive list of local retirement communities, home care, products and services and more for older adults, will have a focus on continuing care retirement communities – also known as CCRCs in its upcoming August-November 2014 issue.

Featuring a wide range of care options for residents, from independent and healthy active lifestyles to skilled nursing and rehab needs, continuing care communities offer residents a continuum of care without having to leave their friends and family they have on campus should their care needs change.

North Carolina’s “Triangle” area consists of several nearby cities – Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary, Wake Forest, Burlington, and Johnston County areas. Along with its active culture, the retirement communities share the same closeness and hospitality that can be found throughout the Triangle.

Residents “enjoy getting to know their neighbors and build many long-lasting friendships,” says Kim Poindexter, marketing director with Windsor Point. Located in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, Windsor Point is featured on the front cover of the August-November 2014 “CCRC” issue of the Triangle North Carolina Seniors Guide Magazine.

“We wanted to focus on continuing care in the Triangle,” says Katharine Ross, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Seniors Guide Magazine and SeniorsGuideOnline.com.

“Active older citizens of the Triangle like the wide range of living options a continuing care retirement community offers”.

Along with Seniors Guide’s availability in Doctor’s Offices, Hospitals, and Senior Centers – as well as popular locations in North Carolina like Harris Teeter, Kroger, Kerr Drug, and more, the August 2014 “CCRC Issue” will be mailed out to targeted households of older adults in a state wide mailing campaign throughout the entire North Carolina area.

“Mailing out Seniors Guide will benefit everyone in North Carolina looking for retirement in the Triangle area,” says Ross. “For the first time, seniors in other areas of North Carolina can get our free resource guide to the Triangle”.

For more information on retirement communities, including assisted living, senior apartments (senior friendly apartments), independent living, nursing homes, and continuing care retirement communities, visit http://www.SeniorsGuideOnline.com. Area Home Care and Hospice services can be found at http://www.HomeCareChoice.com.

Seniors Guide, a Richmond, VA-based company publishes Seniors Guide magazines throughout Cincinnati, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Richmond, Virginia; and Roanoke-Lynchburg, Virginia and features a correlating website of SeniorsGuideOnline.com. Seniors Guide’s mission is to help seniors and their families find the information they need on options available in senior housing, senior care, assisted living, independent senior living, retirement communities and other retirement living needs. Seniors Guide also has resources at HomeCareChoice.com for Cincinnati, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; and Richmond, VA. Ross Publishing, Seniors Guide’s parent company, began in 1991 and has been publishing helpful, free publications and websites ever since.


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