When should a person or couple start researching communities like The Baldwin?
The sooner the better! One of the most common things we hear from residents at our sister community is “I wish I had moved in sooner.” Don’t wait until you think you need health care. Move in while you’re still young and healthy enough to take full advantage of everything the community offers. The average age of people who have already made a deposit on their new home at The Baldwin is 74. With a plan in place, they now have time to plan for a stress-free move and they’ll be ready — and young enough — to fully enjoy The Baldwin lifestyle when we open in summer 2023.
What’s something unique about your community?
The Baldwin is unique in many ways. One major difference is that we offer a choice of contracts so residents can choose the arrangement that best meets their needs and goals. We will also have a flexible system of healthcare delivery that empowers residents to make choices about how and where they’ll receive any care they need. The Baldwin won’t shuttle residents through predetermined levels of care the way some communities do.
Our intergenerational location is another big advantage. Rather than being sequestered with people their own age, our walkable location in Woodmont Commons and public spaces built into The Baldwin mean residents will interact with people of all ages daily. Plus, we’ll have partnerships with area schools, the University of New Hampshire, and other organizations that will make volunteer and mentorship opportunities available — both for residents and for students who have an interest in working in health care or senior living. As with our sister community, residents at The Baldwin will also have a voice and partner with management to shape the community.
— Maria Byrne, Director of Sales, The Baldwin