In a time that seems ever-evolving and provides uncertainty, we want you to know, with certainty, we are dedicated to serving our residents. We recognize that connectivity and remaining active – mind, body and soul – are equally important aspects to the well-being of our residents. Continue reading to learn how we are adjusting services to adhere to preventative measures along with steps you can take to remain active and connected while physically distancing.
Over the past 30 years, our community has continued to thrive and grow. We’ve improved our living spaces, grounds, and life enrichment services to better meet the changing needs of our community members. TheVillage at Woods Edge now has a look and feel that better reflects our evolving approach to senior living and our commitment to resident wellness and small-town friendliness.
We can’t wait to welcome you with a smile.
We may not be ready to welcome guests to tour our available apartments and cottages yet, but that shouldn't stop you from learning more about your potential future here at The Village! Our Director of Sales and Marketing, Franci Jackson welcomes all inquiries and is happy to take you on a virtual tour. Give us a call at 757-517-0743 or submit a form to schedule a call.
We can't wait to meet you!
COVID-19 has made us all a bit lonelier, but older adults have been especially hard-hit. At The Village at Woods Edge, one of the things we love most about our village is the strong sense of community, and we have found creative ways to continue to remain connected while physically distancing is a necessity.
“Where everybody knows your name.” This classic line from the theme song to Cheers has resonated over the years because it represents what we all want: a sense of belonging, friends who are like family, an intimate support group, and the general sense that your home feels like home. It’s hard to picture without seeing it for yourself, but this sense of belonging is what you’ll find at The Village at Woods Edge.
We all enjoy a cup of coffee with a friend, a phone call with a grandchild and a picnic with a loved one. When we spend time together, we’re intuitively doing something we’re hard-wired for as human beings: Connection. It matters for our social, emotional and physical health.
More than a month into the crisis from the coronavirus, everyone at The Village at Woods Edge is trucking along, trying to keep our spirits buoyed and make the best of a tough situation. While we have closed our campus to outside visitors for the safety of our residents, our team members have been hard at work to keep the community safe as well as finding ways to engage our residents.