New Providence, NJ - Assisted Living, Nursing Home, Independent Living, CCRC
Senior living in NJ is bright with possibilities at Lantern Hill, a continuing care retirement community in Union County.
The name Lantern Hill pays homage to New Jersey’s railroading past. Before the days of electricity, a lantern illuminated each station along a passenger’s journey. The light served as a beacon in the night, welcoming weary travelers with the promise of home, or the prospect of adventure.
Today, we continue to light the lantern as a nod to our past and a symbol of a future filled with freedom and opportunity.
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Visit our website: Thinking about a continuing care retirement community for yourself or a loved one? Finding the right one can be a daunting task. This video will help you navigate through the different options and also highlight the benefits of living at a CCRC. If you still have questions we would love to answer them at Want to connect further? Follow us on social media! : : : : :
[music] >> ANNCR: Continuing care retirement communities, also known as CCRCs, are becoming an increasingly popular choice for seniors. What are the benefits to this type of lifestyle? Well, unlike traditional communities, CCRCs offer independent living plus multiple levels of healthcare all in one location. You can enjoy an active way of life today while planning for the future with peace of mind. There are many CCRCs to choose from, but only one company has been leading the way since 1983. Erickson Living communities offer three essential benefits. The first is an active and engaging lifestyle. >> DEB DOYLE: Our communities are vibrant or lifestyle is amazing. We make social connections with residents, with families. And the size and scope and breadth of the amenities that are at our communities are just unmatched. >> VO: Along with a wealth of amenities and services, Erickson Living communities are maintenance free. Our courteous professionals handle standard repairs inside your apartment home and throughout the community. Glass enclosed climate controlled walkways connect most buildings on campus so bad weather won't interfere with your dinner plans or doctor's appointment. Life at an Erickson Living community is designed to help you stay healthy and independent for as long as possible. But should the time ever come when you need more support, you'll find multiple levels of care right on site. >> MATT NARRETT: Just being at an Erickson community gives you the opportunity to be well. To really exercise prevention. Being active, both physically and mentally. Taking advantage of the many activities that are available in the community. That's really what wellness is all about. >> VO: If you're looking to remain active and independent while feeling confident about the future, a CCRC like an Erickson Living community may just be the right choice for you.