The Village at NorthRidge: Your Lifestyle Continues Here
At The Village at NorthRidge, seniors find all the services, amenities and programs to live the life they’re accustomed to, along with a host of new opportunities. If you are exploring your retirement living options, you can now experience the extraordinary Village at NorthRidge lifestyle by following these three simple tips.
Get to know the community and new neighbors before the move.
“We encourage seniors and their families to do more than just tour our community,” said Brad Stewart, executive director of The Village at NorthRidge. “Prospective residents are invited to join us for events, seminars and lectures. This affords them the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the community and its residents.”
For example, seniors are invited to join the community’s Movie Club Matinees at The Majestic Theater. Held every Saturday at 2 p.m., guests enjoy a classic flick and have the opportunity to participate in a post-film discussion with writer/producer/director Merle Goldberg.
In addition, through a unique alliance with community partners, Providence Health and Services and California State University at Northridge, The Village at NorthRidge hosts regular health, wellness and educational lectures that are open to the public. Upcoming topics include: how to utilize Facebook and improving your memory. Call The Village at NorthRidge for more information and to reserve your seat.
“Our residents are never at a loss for things to do at The Village at NorthRidge,” said Stewart. “Social, recreational and wellness opportunities abound. Whether it is enjoying an activity you’ve always loved, like playing bridge, or trying your hand at something new, you’ll find there are countless ways to get involved and make friends.”
One such way to get involved, even before you move to The Village at NorthRidge, is through the community’s weekly aquatic and exercise programs with certified instructors Lauranne Payne and Lori Michiel. As part of The Village at NorthRidge’s partnership with the Arthritis Foundation, these classes offer a host of benefits to those suffering with arthritis such as reduced joint pain and stiffness and increased flexibility.
Understand the full value a retirement community provides.
“In addition to a full calendar of social, recreational, and educational activities, residents enjoy a beautifully-appointed residence, weekly housekeeping and flat linen service, basic cable TV, all utilities except telephone and 12-hour dining in our restaurant,” said Stewart. “It’s not unusual for us to hear from residents that as a result of moving to our community that they’re spending less for a much more enriched lifestyle.”
The Village at NorthRidge’s exceptional lifestyle is available to seniors on a monthly fee basis. For more information, to schedule a personal tour, or to RSVP for an event or class, please call (818) 533-9680 or visit www.TheVillageatNorthRidge.com.