A third-generation family follows parents to Twin Lakes Community.

Folks move to life plan communities, also known as CCRCs, for various reasons. The primary reason people choose a particular community is because they have friends or family who have shared with them the beauty, value, and care they have found living there. At Twin Lakes, many second-generation family members have followed a relative to […]

Twin Lakes Veterans Honored with Flight to Washington, DC

The backgrounds of folks who live and work at Twin Lakes are diverse, but a common thread among many residents is time spent serving our country. Four Twin Lakes veterans recently joined 100 of their peers on a trip to Washington, DC for the Triad Honor Flight. Their time in DC and return to cheering […]

It’s Home

Twin Lakes Community has been home to thousands of residents over our 40-year history. It attracts folks from just down the road and those from across the country. The local area maintains a unique and pleasant balance of small-town southern charm with benefits afforded by neighboring Triad and Triangle metropolitan areas. With two interstate highways […]

Making the Move

Making the decision to move into a Continuing Care Retirement Community, also known as a CCRC or Lifeplan Community, can be difficult.  A host of emotions along with endless questions can keep you awake at night.  What is a CCRC? When do I start my research?  How many communities should I visit?  Which communities?  Will […]

7 Technological Advances for Caregivers and Patients with Dementia

Dementia is an overarching term to describe various symptoms of cognitive decline that affect 10% of Americans 65 and older. Symptoms like forgetfulness or trouble communicating can cause difficulties in day to day living. Though there is no cure for dementia, advances in technology can ease the caregiving burden and help keep those diagnosed more […]

5 Things to know before Retiring

Considering retirement can feel overwhelming. Am I ready to leave the workforce? Do I have enough money saved? If these are questions you’ve asked yourself, hopefully, this blog will bring you ease. Here are five things you need to know before you retire. Knowledge is gold  Making informed decisions in different planning areas can increase […]

Relocating Guide for Seniors

North Carolina is frequently ranked as one of the best places to retire for several reasons, including proximity to the mountains and beaches, and the lower-than-average cost of living. But sometimes thinking about relocating as a senior could be overwhelming. Leaving your home where you made countless memories, raised kids, and hosted numerous family gatherings […]

September is National Cholesterol Education Month

September is National Cholesterol Education Month, a time to reeducate ourselves about the impacts of high cholesterol and how to prevent it. High cholesterol harms your overall health and can be indicative of disease. However, what exactly is cholesterol? According to the CDC, cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance found in your body and many […]

College Towns Make Ideal Retirement Location

August is here, which means it’s time to go back to school! Burlington, NC is buzzing with youthful energy as students make their way back to campus for Fall classes at Elon University. The appeal of a college town spans past the age of the average college student. In fact, according to AARP and U.S. News, college towns […]

Yoga for Seniors

Yoga has been gaining in popularity because of the immense physical and mental benefits the practice provides. Almost instinctively when people think about yoga, they think contortionists; however, that is not the case. The act of yoga is merely moving with breath no matter what shape the physical body may take.  BENEFITS Some of the […]

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