Who is eligible to live here?
Residents must be 55 or older and meet some income requirements.
The 2013 income limits are as follows:
- 1 person – $23,520
- 2 person – $26,880
Income eligibility is based on an applicant’s total gross annual income. That includes income from Social Security, pensions, employment and all other sources of income including income from assets.
The income limits are established by State Housing Finance Agencies and are adjusted annually.
I still own my home, can I apply for residency?
A home or other real estate is considered an asset. If there is no income from the real estate, 2% of the fair market value of the property will be included as income.
If I have assets such as savings, stocks, IRA’s or annuities will I still be eligible for residency?
Only the annual income from those assets is considered in determining eligibility.
Can I get cable there?
Cable is available in all of the residences. Cable fees are in addition to the rent.
What is it like to live in The Villas at Windham Bridge?
The villas were designed to cater to independent seniors. You have your own private space including a full kitchen (including stove and refrigerator), a complete bath, and living/dining room. You have the freedom to socialize with the other residents or not to. It is up to you. We do not offer nursing or medical services. You may however have services provided by agencies arranged by your physician. We do make scheduled inspections in your apartment to check on maintenance requirements and the general condition of the unit, but otherwise, this is a facility for seniors able to live independently or with services that assist in their independence.
I do not have a car to get around. How will I shop for groceries and the things I need?
The Villas at Windham Bridge offers an accessible van that is available for weekly group trips to grocery and health needs stores. The van is not available for individual use.
I use a wheelchair. Is this building accessible?
Yes, all of our residences are accessible to mobility impaired residents and guests. Accessibility and adaptability features include single-level apartments, wide doorways, grab bars in bathrooms and many other features that will enable you to live with dignity for as long as possible.
What kinds of social activities are there in the building?
Community activities vary. Some examples are bingo games, community dinners and parties, lecturers and shopping outings to name a few.
Are pets allowed?
Unfortunately we cannot allow pets in the apartments. However, assistive animals are permitted.
Can I paint my apartment or put up wallpaper?
All painting is done by our maintenance staff. Wall paper is not permitted, however with advance permission of management certain types of borders are permitted.
Who fixes things when they break?
Our maintenance staff will make all repairs in the unit. In some instances the resident may be charged a nominal fee for items that are determined to be beyond normal wear and tear.