(Clarion, PA) – On Friday, August 5, Highland Oaks at Water Run, WRC’s newest senior living community located in Clarion, officially welcomed its first residents.
29 residents were moved in with help from WRC staff and volunteers.
A team of volunteers began by assisting movers with loading furniture and belongings at the old Highland Oaks in Shippenville.
After arriving at Water Run, each resident was greeted at the door by their own personal concierge who helped them find their room and start unpacking boxes.
Another team of WRC leaders assisted residents with completing their admission paperwork.
“With the help of our staff of Highland Oaks in Shippenville and volunteers from our Leadership Team, we were able to make a smooth transition for the residents,” said Highland Oaks at Water Run Administrator Faith O’Brien.
With the initial move-in day now complete, the individuals on the priority reservation list have begun moving in and will continue through the next few weeks.
These individuals paid a refundable deposit to reserve a suite prior to the community opening.
Located at 300 Water Run Road in Clarion, just off of 5th Avenue, Highland Oaks at Water Run features accommodations for 60 residents in private studio apartments. Each suite includes a kitchenette with cupboards, a sink, microwave and refrigerator and spacious bathrooms with walk-in showers and separate vanity area.
There is a single two-bedroom suite still available and several one-bedroom suites.
For more information, contact O’Brien at 814-226-3799.
Highland Oaks at Water Run was the first community to open on the new campus called Water Run Landing.
Water Run Landing will also feature the Villas at Water Run, a 30-home residential neighborhood scheduled to be built in phases as the homes are reserved. The first six homes are under construction now.
Villas residents pay an entrance fee that is partially refundable upon re-occupancy and are able to choose between one of four floor plans along with various upgrades.
The Villas will be a service-enriched neighborhood. Residents will not be responsible for lawn care, snow removal, housekeeping, home maintenance and repair and will have access to all of the amenities on campus, including a walking trail, fitness center, bistro café for dine-in or take-out, spa, beauty and barber shop services.
Residents will also have priority access to the healthcare services offered at Highland Oaks at Water Run, McKinley Health Center (WRC’s rehab community located on the campus of Laurelbrooke Landing in Brookville) and In Home Solutions, WRC’s home care, home health and hospice agency.
Priority reservations are now being accepted for Phase 2 of the Villas. For more information, contact Director Cortney Ortz at 814-226-3799 or visit www.wrc.org.
WRC Senior Services is a not-for-profit organization that has been providing care for seniors in the area for over 125 years.