CAROL WOODS - Chapel Hill, NC CCRC
As a continuing care retirement community, Carol Woods offers independent apartments and cottages, assisted living apartments, two assisted living houses, and a Medicare-certified skilled nursing facility. All residents must move to Carol Woods while they are still independent, and then have access to supportive living as they need it. Campus Amenities include an Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, 24-hour Fitness Center, Daily Exercise Classes, Walking Trails, 24-hour Library, Woodworking/Craft Shop, Sewing and Art Rooms, Bocce Court, Social Lounge, Assembly Hall, Croquet Court, Dog Park, Ping Pong Room, Meeting Rooms for resident classes/events, Gift Shop, Bank, Hair salon, Computer Room with High Speed Internet Access, Color Printers and Scanners, Monthly computer classes and Volunteer opportunities in the Childrenâ€™s Center. Carol Woods residents can choose from two assisted living options: Central Assisted Living Apartments or Garden Assisted Living. In assisted living, each resident has a private apartment and enjoys three meals per day in any of the dining rooms on campus. Carol Woodsâ€™ Health Center is known for its residential atmosphere. Rooms are clustered together to form small neighborhoods, each designed to include five private and one semi-private room, a sitting area and dining room. Intergenerational opportunities occur with the Childrenâ€™s Center at Carol Woods. A social worker, pastoral counselor and private pay clinical psychologist are available to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of residents in the Health Center. Carol Woods also contracts with local hospice agencies so that residents may receive specialized end-of-life care and support. Located in close proximity to both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University, Carol Woods residents enjoy an active lifestyle of learning, growing and contributing to both Carol Woods and the community at large. Carol Woodsâ€™ focus on well-being and preventative health care enables our residents to pursue the things that matter to them, whether volunteering in our on-site Childrenâ€™s Center, joining a bird walk on one of our wooded trails, or attending the symphony or theater.