13600 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC 28278
At Wickshire Steele Creek, it’s not about age, it’s about life. We are a premier senior living community offering assisted living and memory care services with personalized care, support, and state-of-the-art senior apartment suites in Charlotte, North Carolina. You or your loved one will easily enjoy our vibrant community lifestyle and all of its readily accessible amenities, while our highly capable staff preserves your quality of life with integrity and dignity.
With compassionate care for Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other memory conditions, residents maintain their independence while receiving the help they need to age gracefully — with lots of joy along the way. To discover all that we have to offer, contact an A Place for Mom Senior Living Advisor today.
We offer an array of unique amenities among common living spaces. Dining services and supportive services provide for the needs of residents, so they can save their time for what they want to do. Reignite an old hobby in our arts and crafts studio, unwind in our tranquil outdoor spaces, or enjoy a nutritious meal prepared by professional chefs. When it comes to personal and medical assistance, you’ll experience a friendly, engaged staff that strives to deliver...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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.
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The community went above and beyond to take care of our loved ones. The community had a good covid plan and did an amazing job keeping the residence safe. I would definitely recommend this community to others
My loved one called the police, because they felt like a trapped animal. The med tech was withholding one of the medicine that was just to prescribed to him. The med tech stated to my loved one, when I was on the phone, that I don't care what your family says. I'm not giving you this medicine. They didn't give me a call to check on my loved one. I only received a phone call to pick up his items. They finally let my husband go check our loved one's room and they finally allowed my husband to pick up the belongings of our loved one. They were willing to have us leave some of my loved one's items. My loved one's heartrate was so high, due to the agittation from the community. The hospital let us know that he was on his way to Congestive Heart Failure. My loved one prior to him leaving with the police, he packed up his items and left it at the front desk. This is what the community wanted us to come pick up that night. My loved one only stayed one night, and the community still charged us for two nights. The community didn't smell like a nursing home, but didn't have a homey feel either. I did leave a voicemail, but never received a phone call back from the staff.
We have been extremely pleased with the care my father-in-law has received. They are very patient and deal with his confusion and agitation with calm redirection and distraction. Dealing with Alzheimer's can be very frustrating for family members, but allowing someone else to provide his care we can now be his family again. They have an amazing staff an a very spacious locked unit. When we leave him, we know he is safe.
My mom is a resident at The Crossings and I couldn't have found a better place for her to live. Every single person in there has been caring, kind, accommodating and loving. She loves it there, loves the residents and the staff. I have piece of mind knowing she's being well-taken care of day and night. The facility is clean, beautifully decorated and managed well. I am thrilled to have my mom there!
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