Waltonwood Cotswold, a senior living community, celebrated its one-year anniversary this month and shared their excitement with the residents, their families and the people who make it all possible. The community partnered with many businesses and organizations to positively impact the lives of the residents and the local community over the past year. Recently, in honor of their first anniversary, Waltonwood Cotswold hosted a free celebratory event, and the public was invited to come out and celebrate one year of success. There were refreshments and live musical performances by Sarah Marin, who sings and plays cello, as well as Christine Robinson, who plays violin. During the event, donations were made to the Alzheimer’s Association under the Waltonwood Cotswold team’s name at the walk later this year. In addition, guests had the opportunity get a sneak peak of the senior living community.
“We can’t believe it has already been a year since we first opened our doors,” said Leah Nash, executive director of Waltonwood Cotswold. “This anniversary means a lot to all of us and we are so thankful for the support that the community of Charlotte has shown us. We look forward to many wonderful years to come.”
Waltonwood Cotswold prides itself on delivering dynamic offerings designed to meet the variety of preferences, interests and needs of the residents who live there. This tailored approach ensures that the unique needs of each resident are met, giving them a sense of purpose, dignity and fulfillment. Over the past year, the senior living community hosted various educational events, facilitated philanthropic projects such as a school supply drive to support students and promoted healthy lifestyles through different activities. For one health initiative, the senior living community shared recipes for healthy smoothies and provided tips on how to help seniors feel their absolute best. The senior living community has partnered up with multiple organizations and local schools to create opportunities for volunteer work, intergenerational events and activities. Waltonwood Cotswold is always looking for ways to give back to the community. In October, the Waltonwood Cotswold team will participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and help raise awareness and funds for this disease.
“The past year has been extremely successful for Waltonwood Cotswold,” said Nash. “It has been an honor to work here and be part of a team that truly offers such a high standard of care for its residents, and I look forward to continuing to develop relationships with seniors and families. We are thankful for everyone who helped us make this happen.”
Singh currently owns and operates 10 other Waltonwood Senior Communities in Michigan and North Carolina and has several other communities in development and under construction in North Carolina and the Washington, D.C. metro area market.