“Lucy Corr has been a part of my family for many years,” Mrs. Woods explains. “My mother-in-law lived in the Lucy Corr Health Center, and I was the evening nursing supervisor in the Health Center. In that time, I met some of the most amazing people – very talented people – who took wonderful care of their patients. I knew when the time came for my husband and me to make the transition to a retirement community, Lucy Corr was where we wanted to be.”
When you visit the Woods’ cottage, it’s hard to believe they’ve only lived in the Independent Living neighborhood at Lucy Corr for a short time. Their cheery, sun-filled home reflects their devotion to family. “Keeping our family together despite the fact that we had differing health care needs was a big part of why Lucy Corr made sense to us,” Mrs. Woods says. “Here, my husband was able to receive the rehab services that he needed while I got us settled in our new home that’s just a walk away.” She also notes that it’s comforting to know that no matter what their future needs might be, Lucy Corr’s continuum of care will provide the support they need.
After retiring from the Lucy Corr Health Center, Mrs. Woods stayed connected by participating in the book club. Now she looks forward to getting involved with the music club and getting to know more of her neighbors.
“Everyone has been so welcoming. I feel like we have truly moved home.”