A Panel Discussion by RiverWoods Manchester Residents followed by a lively Q and A and a delicious luncheon.
- Not sure a retirement community is right for you?
- What will my neighbors be like?
When making the decision about moving to a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC, also called a Life Plan community), there are a lot of different factors to consider. If you cherish your independent, active lifestyle and are a forward-thinking planner, you may be pleasantly surprised to learn what a great fit it will be.
Listen as our panel of resident experts shares their expectations and experiences about life at RiverWoods Manchester, their assumptions and the reality of how independent and care-free life really is. Come learn how our residents handled concerns exactly like your own.
Sylvia and Web Anderson – Are from Chester, NH, and moved to RiverWoods Manchester in 2020. Sylvia is a garden club member and can be found tending the beds and grounds around campus. She is the past President of the Chester Historical Society and enjoys singing. Web enjoys fitness, the outdoors and is a member of a local Men’s group.
Jeanne Sanford – Jeanne moved in from Grafton, NH and moved to the community in 2021 with her chocolate lab, Maggie. She is a retired teacher and curriculum supervisor who is active in the community and was fortunate to make the leap and enjoy the benefits of community at a younger age.
John Walker – John moved in from Manchester, NH. John and his wife, Kathleen, were familiar with the Continuing Care Concept long before they made their recent move to RiverWoods Manchester. They are finishing up their careers while living at RiverWoods and enjoying all the services, amenities and social opportunities community life has to offer.
Seating is limited. All guests must be fully vaccinated to attend. A lively Q and A and a delicious luncheon will follow the presentation.
To register call 603-836-2302, email CChaisson@RWManchester.org or register below.