LONGMEADOW — Glenmeadow, an accredited, not-for-profit retirement community known for its holistic mission and programs and outreach to the wider community, will open its doors to some of its apartments on Sunday, May 22 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Area residents who are considering alternative living situations, for themselves or for someone they care about, are welcome to stop by, look at floor plans, and visit with residents and staff members. The facility is located at 24 Tabor Crossing, Longmeadow.
Linda Edwards, marketing director, said independent- and assisted-living options of up to 1,500 square feet are available at Glenmeadow. “Extra support is available to those who need it, and we have a variety of services and programs as well.”
Information will also be available on Glenmeadow’s programs that serve the wider community, such as Glenmeadow Getaways, the travel program, and the Lifestyle Pass, through which community members can access programs and amenities at the retirement community but still live at home. Home and property services, such as housekeeping and handyman services, are also available through Glenmeadow at Home to those age 62 and over living throughout the area.
Registration for the open house is requested, by contacting Torrie Dearborn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (413) 567-5547. To learn more about Glenmeadow and its history and offerings, visit www.glenmeadow.org.