It’s only been a year since Stonecrest of Town and Country opened its doors, yet the staff and residents of this assisted living and memory care community already consider themselves family.
“We have an incredible culture here,” proclaims Linda Iken-Robertson, executive director of Stonecrest of Town and Country. “It’s all about family. Our committed and compassionate staff take this community on as their own home. Our residents have become family.”
That connection is what sets Stonecrest of Town and Country apart from other senior living communities. That, and a host of luxurious appointments, amenities and stimulating activities. Stonecrest of Town and Country’s assisted living complex offers studio, one-, and two-bedroom suites, while its Bridges Memory Care wing accommodates private and companion suites. Featuring upscale details, like stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, these spacious apartments boast lofty ceilings and abundant light that filters in through large windows.
Residents of Stonecrest of Town and Country also receive weekly laundry and housecleaning services. And, although every apartment includes a kitchen space, the chef-driven Culinary by Choice dining program takes away the hassle of meal preparation and clean-up. Whether you crave breakfast for dinner or dessert for lunch, the restaurant-style dining room’s Anytime Dining options make it possible.
The community’s location in the heart of Town and Country, across from the Town and Country Crossing shopping plaza, also affords residents easy access to numerous restaurants, boutiques and big-box stores. “There’s a very neighborhood-like feeling here,” emphasizes Iken-Robertson. “Everything is within walking distance.”
Of course, Stonecrest of Town and Country’s complimentary transportation also makes traveling near and far for off-site activities a cinch. During the month of June, residents will be able to attend Music on the Promenade, a series of outdoor concerts taking place in the Town and Country Crossing complex every Friday evening from 7 to 9 p.m.
“Stores from around the plaza set up booths and, typically, there are fireworks,” details Iken-Robertson. “We drive residents to the concerts and then take them home afterward.” As a board member of the Town and Country-Frontenac Chamber of Commerce, Stonecrest of Town and Country and its executive director will participate in the June 15th concert, featuring music by Breach of Peace.
Stonecrest of Town and Country residents have much to look forward to in June. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 8, the community will host its first annual Family Fun Festival in celebration of its one-year anniversary. At this family picnic, there will be a barbecue with live music and entertainment. The community will also have lots of kids’ activities, including horse-and-carriage rides, a petting zoo, a bounce house and a game area.
“We would love for prospective residents and their families to come and meet our staff,” Iken-Robertson encourages. “We want them to get to know Stonecrest of Town and Country, and to see what a wonderful place it is to call home.”
Stonecrest of Town and Country, 1020 Woods Mill Road, Town and Country, 636-549-8021, stonecrestoftownandcountry.com