Inverness Village is part of Asbury, a system of seven continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Tennessee. All are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities - Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, a designation held by just 13 percent of CCRCs nationwide. Hear what residents have to say about life at an Asbury community.
“Inverness Village has provided me with opportunities to become the person I never thought I would and do things that I never thought I could, especially after losing my husband. I go on outings with friends or by myself, I go to group exercise classes. I have even ridden a bike for the very first time and learned how to fish! I feel so blessed.”
“My husband and I sat down and thought about our lifestyle changes.Our house was a party house, built for entertaining. But we realized we didn’t want to entertain as much. We knew we didn’t need all that space. By moving now, we were able to create the home for our future.”
Ann Chance (pictured left with her sister)
“We found a home for the rest of our lives and it’s a place where we can continue to grow into who we want to be.The continuing care concept was one we studied for seven years, but when my mother could no longer live at home that put an extra emphasis on the need to find a place soon. It took me three moves to get my mother to the right place and I said I never want to do that to my children. We wanted them to see us happy and safe in an environment that we chose.”
“This was the smartest move my wife and I have ever made. We had a lovely house but I don’t miss it. And now somebody else is cleaning out the gutters.”