Charleston’s Top Senior Care Facility
Wellmore of Daniel Island near Charleston, SC is an upscale retirement community. A move to Wellmore of Daniel Island means access to a full continuum of care services all under one roof. You will never have to go through a move again.
The Wellmore communities are among the top rated nursing homes in South Carolina. The newest Wellmore location is a stunning senior care facility on Daniel Island, near Charleston, South Carolina. Wellmore blends quality care services into a new assisted living facility with a timeless aesthetic and modern conveniences.
Creating a community that is rich in lowcountry culture and provided assisted living, memory care, Alzheimer’s care, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation services was a unique challenge for the developers and designers. The 205,000 square foot retirement community near Charleston pays homage to the region with unique materials, finishes and colors that are upscale but reflect the history and coastal proximity. To achieve the perfect touch of Southern charm, the community was personalized with antique furniture, local artwork and linen/cotton blends which are historically important to the area.
A variety of senior housing options are available for Members to choose from. Senior apartments range from a studio to two-bedrooms with private bathroom. Luxury amenities include maintenance-free living, daily activities, all utilities (including cable and Wi-Fi), housekeeping and laundry and salon & spa. Safety is a priority throughout the retirement community with 24-hour security, concierge, staff and an emergency response system. Additionally, Wellmore understands that pets are a member of the family and the senior apartments are pet friendly.
The Wellmore brand is synonymous with excellence in senior living. Wellmore of Daniel Island is the third Wellmore property. Wellmore of Lexington, South Carolina opened in May 2017 and Wellmore of Tega Cay, South Carolina opened in June 2015. Both communities are top rated senior living communities in South Carolina.