River Banks Assisted Living in Greenway at Still Hopes sets a new standard of supportive care for continuing care retirement communities. Our Household Model is unique within senior living, and our upscale amenities and resident engagement are unrivaled in Columbia, West Columbia, Lexington, Irmo, Cayce, and the broader Midlands region.
We offer residents the opportunity to enjoy vibrant person-centered care through life enrichment, all while providing residents with the support they need and peace of mind. These exceptional amenities and services help promote a high level of independent living, with better health and wellness outcomes.
Services & Amenities
- Fellowship-trained geriatricians and nurse practitioners
- Emergency call system with 24-hour support
- Personalized, in-home care and medication administration
- Therapeutic activities focusing on physical, psychological, cognitive and spiritual wellness provided by compassionate and certified professionals
- Spacious private rooms for meeting with family and visitors
- Social activities to help residents develop a bond
- Three daily meals served restaurant-style
- Upscale restaurant-style dining both inside or on an outdoor dining patio
- Private kitchen and dining room for family dining and social occasions
- Gourmet coffee shop
- Health and wellness studio
- Onsite therapy and rehabilitation services
- Courtesy transportation to scheduled medical appointments
- Beauty and barber suites offering mani/pedi care and spa services
- Community walking paths through protected natural lands
A day in the life at River Banks
River Banks is part of a greater senior living community that focuses on resident engagement every day with support, activities and companionship. Here is just a sample of activities offered at River Banks:
- Adventure - unique activities including trolley rides and bus tour trips
- Exercise - Wii bowling, recumbent biking and dancing
- Creativity - brain games, history seminars, creative writing, music, crafts and painting
- Spiritual - Bible study, chapel or communion services
- Social - bingo, happy hour, board games, and bridge
When is the right time for assisted living?
Providing care at home for a loved one can be overwhelming and emotional. These signs can signal that it may be time for a more supportive approach.
- Difficulty dressing, shopping, cooking, managing medications or caring for the home
- Accidents, close calls or safety concerns
- Isolation from the community
- Noticeable weight loss
- Slow recovery from a recent illness
- Worsening, chronic health conditions