Each resident at The Greens at Cannondale has a story to tell. They talk about their decision to join our community and how it came about. Each resident has a unique perspective on this decision and shares how this new lifestyle meets their particular requirements. Here are the stories of two of our residents.
After his wife passed away several years ago, Clifford Webb found he was having a difficult time living alone. His daughter came from Arizona to help out for a time, but the responsibilities of owning and maintaining the house simply became too much for Mr. Webb to comfortably handle. He decided it was time to move.
Like many older adults, Mr. Webb was unfamiliar with the term "assisted living." Then he and his daughter worked together to research and visit assisted living communities. "We looked at a lot of places. The Greens at Cannondale was the best, by far," he says.
After several visits to meet with staff and residents, Mr. Webb made his decision to move to The Greens at Cannondale. "The
people here are so friendly and the staff is so helpful. And I've started swimming over at the Wilton family YMCA, participating in lots of great activities, and regularly attend religious services.
I really like it here."
Peg Paige decided she wanted a more relaxed, less stressful lifestyle. Peg found the daily chores were becoming just too much and were taking away from her enjoyment. Along with her two daughters, they started exploring alternatives. The Greens at Cannondale offered the best solution.
"My daughters were so excited when they told me about The Greens at Cannondale," Mrs. Paige says. "The financial arrangement was the best they had found and the amenities were outstanding," she adds.
Mrs. Paige sums up her experience at The Greens at Cannondale. "I am so well taken care of, by such kind and gracious people and I have a very creative chef so my meals are fantastic All my needs are being met!"