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The variety of residential options, amenities and accommodations across our sprawling and bustling campus is sure to fit any lifestyle or budget.

Independent
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The perfect balance of independence and assistance. When you need a hand with daily tasks, we can provide as much or as little assistance as you need.

Assisted
Living

Our team engages residents with memory loss in a way that preserves their choices and dignity in a safe environment while providing support for family members.

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Finding Your New Home

Living well at The Village means finding a true sense of belonging as you connect with the community, whether that’s through independent living, assisted living or memory support. Here, you’ll thrive at every level of living … so let’s get started!

Finding Your New Home

Living well at The Village means finding a true sense of belonging as you connect with the community, whether that’s through independent living, assisted living or memory support. Here, you’ll thrive at every level of living … so let’s get started!

Explore Our Floor Plans

With 19 different floor plans available – from cozy efficiencies to roomy cottage homes – you’re sure to find one that’s an ideal fit.

 

  • Senior mature older woman on her laptop computer remote working or social distance learning from home. How to Avoid and Prevent Senior Fraud - Did you know that older adults lose billions of dollars each year to targeted scams? Don’t let the livelihood you’ve earned over many years dissipate within minutes. Follow along as we share the ins and outs of elder fraud and how to prevent it from happening to you or someone you love. What is senior fraud? The Department of Justice defines senior fraud as “the act of targeting older adults in which attempts are made to deceive with promises of goods, services, or financial benefits that do not exist, were never intended to be provided, or were misrepresented.” This crime…
  • How To Prevent Medicare Fraud - Medicare beneficiaries are being targeted by scammers who seek to manipulate and abuse this government program. Shockingly, these efforts cost Medicare approximately 60 billion dollars a year. “Medicare fraud has significant consequences,” says Wayne Vinson, Director of Sales at The Village at Gainesville. “It should be a concern for Medicare beneficiaries, health care providers and all taxpayers.” The federal government is cracking down on these abuses of the system. Keep reading for some practical tips to protect yourself against Medicare fraud. 7 Tips To Avoid Medicare Scams Keep your Medicare number private. Store your Medicare card in a safe spot…

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