A Legacy of People Caring for People
In the 1970s, a group of visionary local residents recognized the need for a Life Plan Community in Williamsburg. In 1985, their hard work and dedication came to fruition as Williamsburg Landing opened its doors.
Since that time, Williamsburg Landing has continued their vision, ever vigilant in identifying emerging needs and responding accordingly. As a result, this community has continued to grow and add new neighborhoods and living options, services and amenities.
Since 1985 we have been celebrating a unique legacy – caring for residents and caring for the greater community.
Williamsburg Landing’s tradition of providing gracious retirement living has maintained a continual commitment to expanding services and programs to meet the changing needs of residents.
What Is a Life Plan Community?
A Life Plan Community (formerly known as Continuing Care Retirement Community) allows its residents to maintain an active, independent lifestyle while providing a full continuum of healthcare on site. A Life Plan Community provides care for a resident’s needs through all stages of life: independent living, home health care, assisted living, separate and secured memory support, rehabilitative services, skilled nursing care and long-term care, all on one campus. The advantages of a Life Plan Community are many, including the fact that residents can enjoy personal freedom complemented by security, support and peace of mind. Additional services, such as dining, housekeeping, scheduled transportation, home maintenance, security and activities are also provided. A Life Plan Community allows residents to “age in place,” never having to worry about moving to another facility if healthcare needs change. Williamsburg Landing provides assurance for residents and their families that a continuum of quality healthcare is always available… enhancing residents' lives while securing residents' future.
The Bureau of Insurance of the State Corporation Commission regulates Life Plan Communities (CCRC's) in Virginia.