This is a bit of a list of lists, but many of these websites have done a fantastic job of outlining important resources for seniors in Charlotte, NC. Whether you are looking for Charlotte assisted living facilities, Charlotte independent living facilities, Charlotte senior advocacy groups, or Charlotte senior activities, I hope that this page will help you find what you are looking for! We are incredibly lucky in Charlotte to have so many vibrant outreach programs for our most valued citizens, the ones who have built this city and continue to grace it with their wisdom and experience.
Have you read All About Seniors Magazine? You can get a free copy by following the link. It is packed with local information.
The Charlotte Chamber has put together an extensive list of resources, including a list of independent and assisted living facilities and senior advocacy groups.
Check out the senior section of the Better Business Bureau to see what eldercare companies have an accredited, good reputation.
I am happy to see there are tons of senior meetup groups active in Charlotte! I first joined Meetup.com when I moved to California and didn’t know a soul! I started my own group in Davis, CA, The WinoBeeroFoodos. People joined the group online, and we met in person and had a blast exploring wine country, going to movies, out to dinner and more! Yes, you meet random people from the internet, but this is much more mainstream than it sounds and you are meeting whole groups of people in public places. You can find all kinds of groups with common interests and make new friends!
The BBBgrapevine.org is THE go-to for any senior looking for activities around town, and I’ve found that the people whose businesses work with seniors also use it extensively as well to coordinate fundraisers, networking events and grand openings.
If you are competitive, then the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Senior Games might be for you! The 2016 games will get going in the spring so keep an eye out for news.
Here are a handful of the amazing Charlotte senior centers and Charlotte rec centers that I know I can recommend. (There are many more and I don’t mean to leave anyone out!)
Shepherd’s Center of Charlotte – Charlotte, NC – “Activities for Baby Boomers and Beyond”
Levine Senior Center – Matthews, NC – “Live Now, Age Later”
JCC Oasis Senior Center – Charlotte, NC
Facebook page for Char-Meck Senior Centers including Shamrock Senior Center, Tyvola Senior Center and others
Have I left any of your favorite Charlotte Senior Resources off this list?? Please comment below and I will add them!
Hi! I’m Madison. I’m a Hearing Instrument Specialist (like my mother). I’m observing, learning, absorbing and sharing as I become a part of this beautiful South Charlotte Hearing community. I want to know you! So please leave me comments if my posts are meaningful to you or teach you something new, and feel free to tweet me at @LevineHearing!
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