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the springs at simpsonville 20 years

The Springs at Simpsonville is Celebrating 20 years of Exceptional Senior Care!

And we really appreciate all the kind words you’ve shared with us! We look forward to the next 20 years!

Inspired Senior Living in the Heart
of Downtown Simpsonville, South Carolina

Just off Main Street and a block from the shops of her historic city center, The Springs at Simpsonville is both a senior living community and a strand woven into the town’s cultural fabric.

We’re more than just the seniors and care professionals who call the Springs home. We’re a thriving part of life and aging in the greater Greenville, South Carolina area; a cultural best-in-class, and an innovator in the technology and cutting-edge programs for care across the spectrum of needs and capabilities.

Looking for a place to call home? Point your compass towards Simpsonville, South Carolina; you’ll find us a block from the clock tower, celebrating life in the heart of it all.

Assisted Living Becomes a Top Option with New Technology and Respite Care AdvancesOne thing that many people immediately think about when they hear the term ‘assisted living’ is a permanent, end-of-life care option for aging men and women. In reality, assisted living is first and foremost about living life to the fullest, with help (assistance).It’s easy to miss some important information about assisted living, though. One notable example is the fact that most people are not aware of the respite care options some quality assisted living facilities offer elderly men and women.Read More: ... See MoreSee Less
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Memory Care Units Decrease Hospital or Nursing Home AdmissionsIf your loved one is a resident within an assisted living community, it could be beneficial to know more about their memory care community. A study published in the Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, titled Memory Care Reduces Nursing Home Admissions Among Assisted-Living Residents with Dementia reports findings that residents in memory care were less likely to have any hospital or nursing home admission within the first 180 days in assisted living. The study found that differences in care processes in memory care that help residents avoid transfer may be a significant factor in their findings.Read More: ... See MoreSee Less
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