Senior living program coming to Patrick Square

Drew Miller, Dominion development project manager; Sean Chalmers, Dominion development; Chris Hodge, Town Center manager of Patrick Square; Jason Armstrong, president of Patrick Square, LLC. Photo provided.

Patrick Square, a traditional neighborhood development in Clemson, is collaborating with Dominion Senior Living to offer a unique homeowning experience for senior citizens who want to maintain independence while enjoying a close community.

Bridging the gap of aging care, the new program, Dominion Home Living at Patrick Square, is exclusively available to residents of The Villas at Patrick Square. Villa residents have the option to purchase a variety of DHL services for senior assistance in custom packages or a la carte.

The two companies created the program to respond to the lifestyle choices of the growing 55-plus market. The program is expected to open in the first quarter of 2019. 

Personal services such as gourmet meals, social activities, personal care, health checks, medication setup and reminders, transportation, and pet care will be available at DHL. All services are administered by certified in-home care professionals and experienced Dominion Senior Living staff. 

The Villas will be located directly across the street from the 50,000 square-foot assisted living and memory care community also currently being built at Patrick Square by Dominion Senior Living. With the closeness to the facility, villa residents can also enjoy off-site meals and program activities at the Dominion facility.

Dominion Senior Living aims to help the aging maintain independence while receiving support for daily living.

“We are thrilled to share DHL with our villa residents and to have Dominion Senior Living as part of our Patrick Square family,” said Chris Hodge, Patrick Square Town Center manager. “We can now provide the senior community with an unparalleled quality of life in Patrick Square.”


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