Main Street Landing, located off Main Street in Gloucester, welcomed Rep. Rob Wittman (R-Montross), Del. Keith Hodges (R-Gloucester) and Gloucester Board of Supervisors’ chairman Robert “JJ” Orth last Thursday afternoon so the representatives could tour the aging-in-place community.
The subdivision is designed to help people age safely and affordably in their home with the added support of Riverside Health System.
Rance Bryant, Director of Riverside Wellness and Fitness Center, said that the residents will have access to the Riverside Wellness Center, wellness coaches and telehealth services. Specific health focuses for the residents will be centered on the mind, mobility, balance, flexibility and socialization. Bryant said that they will be “working on that whole spectrum of wellness.”
Angela Healy, founder and president of Andor Development, wanted to bring true aging in place to Gloucester. She said that this would not have been possible without designing the homes with an...
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