Services and amenities for the senior living community in Richmond

Amenities

At Symphony Manor of Richmond, we have created a comfortable and home-like neighborhood with everything you need at your fingertips!

In our community, we work to identify and nurture the strengths of all residents so they can experience the greatest quality of life while maintaining the highest degree of independence possible.

Nothing makes us happier than providing a great life for residents. We strive to provide an innovative and engaging environment where you'll have the freedom and comfort to enjoy amazing new experiences and cherish old memories!

Your daily social and recreational activities include exciting health and wellness programs, a private in-house restaurant, an entertainment lounge, and an on-site beauty and barber salon. Our personal emergency call system ensures that our dedicated and caring associates are at your service 24/7 providing a safe, secure and supportive home for your loved ones.

Amenities

Services

We have a great community that works together to cater to you!

We want you to be at ease here at Symphony Manor of Richmond. That's why we offer a myriad of services and amenities to give you not only the best comforts of home - but complete peace of mind, knowing that you have the highest levels of senior care at your fingertips.

We're a pet-friendly community!

We'd love you to bring your furry friends into our family! Small dogs & cats are absolutely welcome when residents are able to provide them with the proper care and ensure that they receive current vaccinations. Ask us more for additional requirements!

Accommodations

  • Newly renovated community with rooms for residents and families to gather
  • Private and semi-private rooms available
  • Large windows allowing plenty of natural light
  • Extensive living campus with luscious grounds, a large fountain and covered patio
  • Fine restaurant style dining
  • Special diet accommodations
  • Stimulating & diverse activities programs
  • Cable and telephone service optional
  • Housekeeping services
  • On-site beauty salon & barber
  • Personal laundry service
  • Transportation in a handicapped accessible van to outings and scheduled appointments
  • Small pets allowed

For the good health, safety and comfort of each resident, we also provide:

  • Emergency call system
  • Assistance with all activities of daily living
  • Supervised medication management
  • Incontinence management
  • Secured community environment available for memory care needs

We also offer:

  • Respite care - day, week or month
  • Hospice care - through our network of trusted providers
  • Financial Options for Senior Living

We understand that everyone has unique circumstances that help determine how they can best fund senior living for themselves or their loved ones. In the past, people have relied on the sale of a home or traditional savings to afford senior living. But today, a variety of financial options are available through a number of sources offering more flexibility and access to resources when it is most needed.

Veterans Benefits

Veterans who served during wartime and their spouses may be eligible to receive nearly $2,000 per month toward the cost of assisted living, in-home health care or other non-reimbursed medical care through the "Aid and Attendance" Program. For more information, please contact your Veterans Regional Office www.va.gov, call 1-800-827-1000 or contact an accredited agent.

Tax Benefits

Costs related to senior living may be tax deductible for both the resident and the family caregiver if the Internal Revenue Service requirements are met. Visit http://www.irs.gov, and particularly http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p502.pdf for more information on this potential benefit.

Learn more about assisted living in Richmond, VA and how it can benefit you or your loved one.

Symphony Manor of Richmond

12411 Gayton Rd Richmond, VA 23238

Manicure at the senior living in Richmond

"Every week I get to have my hair done, then march down the hall and have my nails done."

- Dorothy G.