CLEMSON, SC–Dominion Senior Living celebrated its grand opening and ribbon cutting Feb. 7 on a new specially designed community for seniors, Dominion Senior Living at Patrick Square.
Republican Sen. Thomas Alexander, as well as representatives from the Dominion Senior Living corporate office, Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce and Mayor JC Cook were present as they celebrated the opening of the 50,000-square-foot, $10 million community which will provide compassionate care in a faith-based, meaningful environment.
The community welcomed over 700 guests to tour the new community and join the grand opening celebration. Dominion Senior Living at Patrick Square provides 49 assisted living apartments and 17 apartments designed specifically for memory care.
In addition to the ribbon cutting, Grant Standefer, Chaplain for Dominion Senior Living, opened the ribbon cutting ceremomy with a prayer. The ceremony took place at the front entrance treshold where a Bible with handwritten prayers from company leaders and community is placed in the foundation of the building. This thoughtful act demonstrates how their commitment to faith is present in every part of the community’s development. Team members thoughtfully prepare their hearts and minds to create a community which cares for seniors in a way which aligns with their mission of “honoring God through service to seniors.”
The community will strive to meet and exceed seniors’ spiritual, mental and physical needs on a daily basis through technological integration, on-site enrichment activities and professionally trained nurses and caregivers.
The community will be lead by Executive Director/Principal Lindsey Daugherty. Dominion’s Principal model holds high promises in the senior living industry. Daugherty is empowered to make a difference with autonomous decision-making and flexibility to meet her communities’ unique needs. Dominion Senior Living at Patrick Square is expected to begin welcoming residents by the end of February.
This new senior living community will provide compassionate care and has created 50 new jobs in Clemson. It will be unlike any other senior living community in the area, complete with nurses and caregivers available 24 hours a day in a safe, secure environment with trained professionals. All nestled in the traditional neighborhood of Patrick Square where residents can enjoy the neighborhood feel with all the conveniences of the services of the Patrick Square merchants. All these neighborhood amenities are a golf cart ride away.
The community features all-inclusive monthly rental rates without a length-of-stay commitment and includes laundry service, transportation services, and three chef-prepared meals a day, wi-fi, 24-7 surveillance monitoring, personalized care services, life enrichment programs, on-site medical assistance, therapy services and more.