GOSHEN, Ind. — Green Oaks of Goshen has opened its doors to the community after more than two years of construction.

The complex is apartment-based with 120 spaces for residents 62 years-of-age or older who are need of some kind of extra care, but don’t require the services of an nursing home.

More than 50 residents have already moved in, with all 120 apartments expected to be filled by November 1st.

With the apartment-based living, seniors can still retain their sense of independence, while getting the necessary care they require.

Whereas seniors often pay thousands of dollars for nursing home services, Green Oaks of Goshen residents can pay as low as $300 per month. The program is made affordable thanks to partnerships with Real Services and the Goshen Housing Authority.

A range of services are offered, from medical needs and help with appointments, to daily meals, activities and more.

The staff at Green Oaks is particularly proud so far about how much change they’ve seen in their residents since the move-in process began.

Workers say they’ve seen an incredible amount of people come out of their shell and feel comfortable in their new space.

More information about their services can be found here: https://www.gardant.com/greenoaksgoshen.

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