Village News

Commentary: Helping seniors weather any storm

For many enjoying their retirement years, living independently at home for as long as possible is a priority. But when a major weather event such as Hurricane Irma hits close to home, new questions and concerns arise. That is where Senior Choice at Home can help.Seniors living at home when … Continue Reading »

Gulf Coast Village keeps seniors, families safe

As Hurricane Irma powered into Southwest Florida, one of the greatest concerns was for the safety of those most vulnerable, our senior population, who often face special risks in emergency situations. With safety as the priority, Gulf Coast Village, a continuing care retirement community in Cape Coral, bore the responsibility … Continue Reading »

Hurricane Irma Updates

Update 9/12 at 11:00 P.M.: From Volunteers of America: As the storm has settled, we are truly blessed for the outcome at Gulf Coast Village. We’re proud the associates that cared and held together as a team through Hurricane Irma – service residents, families and the community. The tough past … Continue Reading »

Gulf Coast Village introduces new Independent Living residences

Gulf Coast Village is now accepting reservations for the community’s newly renovated and well-appointed Independent Living residences at 1333 Santa Barbara Blvd. in Cape Coral. Gulf Coast Village community, a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), offers the full continuum of care for adults over 62, encompassing independent living, assisted living, … Continue Reading »

Gulf Coast Village Hosts Expansion Celebration at Palmview, New Assisted Living and Memory Support Residences in Cape Coral

Gulf Coast Village hosted a ribbon-cutting expansion celebration to officially open Palmview, a new assisted living and memory support residence in Cape Coral. Local dignitaries, business and health care professionals joined Gulf Coast Village employees and Volunteers of America leaders during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 11. Palmview is part … Continue Reading »