The move to a senior living community can be an emotional one. If you are downsizing from a family home to an apartment, you might feel like you are leaving behind a lifetime of memories. Alternatively, you may be relocating from one senior living community to another, either because you need more support than that […]
More and more older adults are realizing the upside of downsizing. Moving to a smaller home means a smaller mortgage, lower taxes and utility bills, fewer household chores and extra time to do what matters most. Nevertheless, relocating from a family home to a one-bedroom apartment or cottage can feel uncomfortable. The prospect of donating […]
While CCRC entrance fees can look daunting or even impossible at first, there are more options available to you than you might think. Different options for payment, varying levels of care packages, and the benefits of living in a CCRC are all factors to consider. This article will take a closer look at what entrance […]
The Havenwood Heritage Heights brand is how our community presents itself to the world, but inevitably there will need to be slight adjustments along the way. A brand is not a singular design element, font, color, illustration style, or icon. Rather, it’s a system of interconnected elements that represent how our community looks, feels, and […]
Havenwood Heritage Heights residents and staff return to the Horton Center for hiking, fellowship and a over all great time. The weather and foliage was just incredible up on Pine mountain located in the Mt. Washington valley. Check out the great time had by all during our mountain adventure. Update: October 21st 2021
We are very pleased to announce the Grand Opening Ceremony of the beautiful L&B Country Store. What’s in a name? The store got its name after the generous donation from Les and Barb Scammon helped to further our mission to open a new amenity on our Havenwood Main Street. The store is just beautiful and […]
Heroes looked a bit different during the COVID-19 pandemic. At Havenwood Heritage Heights (HHH), a continuing care retirement community in Concord, New Hampshire, they wore masks, not capes. They also followed stringent sanitizing routines, agreed to regular COVID-19 testing, worked extra shifts, and, perhaps most importantly, provided residents with comfort when life felt scary and […]
Bill Klapproth was a Havenwood Heritage Heights resident from 2002 to 2018 and was an avid outdoorsman and generous person. This sports complex is dedicated in his name so HHH residents may enjoy fellowship, recreation and the fresh New Hampshire air. To learn more about Havenwood Heritage Heights, contact us today!
Annually Havenwood Heritage Heights and the New Hampshire Conference of the United Church of Christ come together and recite the covenant between the organizations. Afterward the group retires to share a meal and fellowship. Below is a video of the event for your viewing enjoyment. View Our Covenant Document
The residents of Havenwood Heritage Heights hosted a staff appreciation event to thank the staff’s for their tireless efforts in combating COVID over the past 15 months. I’m sure you will enjoy viewing this truly heartwarming video, it says all.