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January 2021

Save your spot on our priority list to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine!

By Health & Wellness

The Bayshore on Hilton Head Island is pleased to be able to offer the COVID-19 vaccination to residents and employees through our partner pharmacy, free of charge. Vaccinations will be carefully administered by a licensed professional at The Bayshore, offering the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’ve done your part to protect yourself and others.
We are excited to extend a personal invitation to you to secure your priority vaccination soon! Simply make the choice to move to The Bayshore by January 31st, and we will add you to the list for our next COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic taking place in early February.

Questions? We would welcome the opportunity to connect and discuss the details of our upcoming clinic, and have provided an attachment so you can learn more about how Life Care Services communities such as ours are prioritizing resident safety and securing priority access for our residents. Our team of experts is excited to provide this option for seniors in our community.
The excitement doesn’t end there, we are have special offers for new residents in the month of January. Call Pauline or Melissa today at 843-342-2222 to learn more about our current move in special!

*Must sign agreement for financial possession to receive priority access.

The Bayshore on Hilton Head Hosts first Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic

By Senior Living

On 1/4/2021, the first residents at The Bayshore on Hilton Head participated in the first of three Covid-19 Vaccine clinics held on-site at the community. Through a partnership with our local pharmacy, our residents and staff received priority access to the vaccine, leading a strong step forward for our seniors and team members to continue to focus on resident safety during the pandemic.

In December, as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines received emergency approval for distribution, The Bayshore on Hilton Head partnered closely with our management company, Life Care Services® to prepare for on-site clinic opportunities in which residents and staff can receive both doses of the critical vaccine. This clinic marks the first of the three opportunities to receive doses of the vaccine.

Future clinic dates will align with the necessary dose timing, as indicated by the vaccine manufacturer. We are proud to provide priority access to our residents and look forward to sharing future updates with residents and families on all anticipated clinic dates as they become available.

Call us today to learn how you or a loved one can receive priority access as a resident at The Bayshore on Hilton Head prior to our second clinic date in early-February!

With questions regarding the vaccine or our community’s response to COVID-19, click here: https://www.lcsnet.com/covid-19-update/ 

A Place to Call Home

By Senior Living

How to select a senior living community where you can live, love and laugh.

You’ve decided you are going to move to a senior living community. Where do you start? First of all, congratulate yourself if you’ve made that decision before you or your spouse has experienced major health problems. You’ve probably saved your family a lot of stress.

As you’re studying-up on the different types of communities, compare the pros and cons of each to your current preferences and the changes you anticipate in the future, although that is often difficult to predict. Are you (and your spouse) in good health? Were your parents healthy in their retirement years? Are there communities of the type you prefer near where you are living now? Is that important to you, or are you willing to move to a different city, or even state, to find the type of retirement community you are looking for?

To find out what questions to ask senior living facilities so you can narrow down the types of communities you might consider and begin paring the list of available options, CLICK HERE.

The Dangers of Seniors Living Alone

By Senior Living

Independence, freedom and self-reliance are woven into the fabric of American culture. There are scores of movies, books and songs about the loner who relies on their wits and skills. As teenagers, most of us couldn’t wait to be out of the house, making our own decisions. But as we grow older, what was thrilling in our teens and adulthood can start to become dangerous and risky.

What are the dangers of seniors living alone? And is moving to a senior living community actually preferable to aging in place? To compare the benefits of senior living versus seniors living alone, and whether it’s possible to still be independent, happy and healthy while securing your future, CLICK HERE.