Blog : Top Ten Questions About Healthcare at RiverWoods

By Katelyn | Sep 29, 2015 | in

Join the professionals at RiverWoods for a discussion about some of the most common questions about healthcare at the continuing care retirement community. Speakers will include Mary Flanagan, a nurse practitioner, Christine Hegarty, Director of Social Services, and Cindy Martin, V.P of Health Care. This event serves as an introduction to healthcare at RiverWoods and is open to people who are not currently enrolled in the Futrure Resident Program.

More than 20 years ago, RiverWoods was founded as a Continuing Care Retirement Community by people who wanted to create an active community of adults who cared about each other and the world around them. Today, RiverWoods is nationally accredited, and has three campuses on 200 wooded acres in Exeter.

Residents enter the community when they are 62 or older, and live active, independent lives. If at any time their health changes, they need assisted living or skilled nursing, it is available, for no increase in fee, right within their campus.

With 65 free fitness classes offered weekly, more than 50 committees on topics as wide-ranging as Political Action to Duplicate Bridge, and miles of wooded trails, the three RiverWoods campuses teem with energy and opportunity to get involved. Regular group outings for golf, skiing, tennis, birding, and kayaking take advantage of all of the natural beauty the Seacoast has to offer.

The healthcare information event includes lunch, but seating is limited. Call (603) 658-3014 or email to RSVP.

Click here to learn more about RiverWoods.