Premier Senior Living at Blakey Hall
Blakey Hall is an established senior community with three levels of care for 55+ residents. Blakey Hall prides itself in being a home where community members can live their lives with dignity and respect while actively engaged with peers.
When an older individual is experiencing dementia, a budding challenge is placed on the caregivers. THE COTTAGE at Blakey, helps families cope with the many challenges that may arise. A structured schedule and environment can help residents with dementia and Alzheimers who may struggle with completing daily living activities.
BLAKEY HALL is a 72-resident assisted living facility (including The Cottage) that was licensed by the state of North Carolina in October 1999. Blakey Hall offers ‘’country living” in a beautiful setting but is only a few minutes away from city amenities.
THE HAMLET is an independent senior living community that consists of 52 duplexes adjacent to Blakey Hall. The Hamlet features a clubhouse with a dining room (also used as a social gathering space) and an exercise room.
THE HENTON is comprised of 40 senior single-family living homes adjacent to Blakey Hall’s assisted living facilities. Availability is through local realtors as each is privately owned.
Blakey Hall is a unique community that fosters relationships between generations through multiple avenues providing continuity for residents:
“My mom lived here for several years. This was the perfect place for her, as she was very independent and yet it still allowed her to feel safe and secure.”
Karen P. Family Member
“Blakey Hall is like nothing I have ever seen before in an assisted living facility. It is literally a community. It is not a building but an actual community of little apartments with security and 24-hour medical response."
“We were really impressed with Blakey Hall. It was extremely nice. It had a more homey atmosphere. The rooms were great, and they are beautiful. The staff seemed very friendly."
Rhonda, Community Visitor
“My wife is a resident at the Cottage at Blakey Hall, a building housing only sixteen people with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. She has been there for almost four years and gets excellent care from staff who feed and bathe her as well as care for her personal needs as she can no longer care for herself.”
Husband of a Resident