Seasons at Southpoint
1002 North Carolina Highway 54 Durham NC 27713
Seasons is filled with activities and programs to enrich the lives of our residents. Life Stations allow residents to enjoy the familiar pleasures in life that make them feel valued including everyday activities like sorting mail, passing out snacks, dancing, and folding laundry.
Memory Boxes are placed outside residents' rooms as a reminder of special events in their lives and the people who love them.
Seasons' common areas such as dining rooms, sun rooms, courtyards and living rooms allow residents to interact at various levels.
Pricing at Seasons at Southpoint
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Reviews of Seasons at Southpoint
- Seasons Brings Solutions and Peace of Mind to Adult Children Caring for Elderly Parents and Family Members
After four years at Westminster Canterbury on the Bay, in Virginia Beach, two of them in Enhanced Services or Assisted Living, I brought my mother to Durham, NC, near my home, after she suffered mini-strokes...
- A caring place
My wife has been at Seasons for about 2-1/2 years. I have been very happy with the care she has received, as it has appropriately changed to meet her needs as her disease has progressed. All of the staff are...
- Not a bad place
This community was clean and the salesperson was wonderful. I had another loved one living here and the people I worked with were kind and exceptional. This community does not accept medicaid. I just got a...
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Community Details at Seasons at Southpoint
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