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What is Long Term Care Insurance? What is Long Term Care Insurance?
As you get older, the tasks you complete on a daily basis may not come with the ease they used to. The need for outside care may seem like a long way away, but it’s never too early to start planning. Recent studies show that over two-thirds of individuals over 65 will need long-term care at some point in their life.
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Mother’s Day 2020 Wellmore of Tega Cay Mother’s Day 2020 Wellmore of Tega Cay
Our community continues to find ways to create joyous noise for Members and families despite the current COVID-19 visitor restrictions. On Mother’s Day, our community planned a few unique events to connect our Members and their families.
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Continuing to Live Weller During Coronavirus Continuing to Live Weller During Coronavirus
Senior Living Communities & Wellmore remain committed to helping our Members live longer, happier, & healthier lives. While maintaining a sense of normalcy at our communities, critical measures are being taken to ensure the safety of our Members & Team Members during this time.
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Charleston Events 2020 and 2021 Charleston Events 2020 and 2021
Throughout the year, the Holy City is teeming with unique events for all ages. Events that pay homage to the city’s rich history, delight in southern beverages and cuisine, combine architectural marvels with physical endurance, celebrate the coastal waterways, promote philanthropic waterfowl races and more!
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Cost of Memory Care in Charleston Cost of Memory Care in Charleston
The cost of memory care in Charleston, South Carolina ranges from $5,525 per month for a semi-private apartment to $8,120 per month for a private studio apartment. The average cost is $6,605 per month or about $79,970 per year.* Located on the east coast of South Carolina, historic Charleston is the oldest and largest city in the state.
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Tips to Help Seniors During Coronavirus Tips to Help Seniors During Coronavirus
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center For Disease Control (CDC) has deemed older adults among the people who are at higher risk for severe illness. As a country, our daily lives have changed to follow CDC, state and federal mandates.
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