On Thursday, July 15, Magnolia Manor Senior Care Solutions, with the help of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, will celebrate the grand opening of Magnolia Manor @ Sedgefield, a new “micro-assisted” senior-living community in Sedgefield.
The micro-assisted living space is part of Magnolia Manor, which was originally founded in 2018.
Micro-assisted communities are small communities meant for those who want to avoid more crowded assisted living facilities. They’re designed for residents who benefit from special attention.
The new assisted living community at 3006 W. Sedgefield Dr. in Greensboro will offer a variety of services for seniors, including in-home safety assessments, cognitive dementia screening and caregiver training and support.
Members of the facility’s marketing team said this week that they had planned on opening much earlier, but they added that those plans had been put off for months due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the July 15 ribbon cutting, Dr. Elysa Graham, the clinical director and administrator for the community, is scheduled to speak about some of the benefits of small-setting assisted living communities. Some of the things that appeal to residents of those communities are greater control over infection risks, more personalized care, more attention – and the way the method enhances successful aging and extends the healthy years of seniors.
The woman-owned, veteran-owned and minority-owned facility will be operated by a mother-daughter team of nurses.
The grand opening event will get underway at 1 p.m. on July 15.
Those who want more details about Magnolia Manor can find them at www.magnoliamanorseniorcaresolutions.com. They can also call 336-763-7567 with any questions.