As you’re exploring next steps for your active retirement lifestyle, the last thing you want is an aggressive sales pitch, and you can be sure that’s something you won’t get when you call Fountaingate Gardens.  Once you’ve decided to learn more about this soon-to-be-built Life Plan Community* in Commack, a phone call to our team is the logical next step.  Here’s what to expect when you pick up the phone.

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The knowledgeable team of courteous and professional senior living advisors at Fountaingate Gardens treats every call as a casual conversation—an informal consultation, if you will. On the other end of the phone, your call will be answered promptly by Randy, Tammy, Lynn or Pamela, all experts in guiding Long Island-area seniors to and through the next chapter in their lives.

Regardless of who answers when you call Fountaingate Gardens, their goal is for you to feel confident and comfortable about the next step you want to take—whatever that step may be. Each call is a no-pressure chat, where the senior living advisor works with you to determine your wants and needs relative to the options available. With that in mind, the advisor will ask questions like:

  • Where are you living now?
  • What has prompted you to begin exploring independent retirement living?
  • What are you looking for in a retirement lifestyle?
  • What do you know about Life Plan Communities?

You provide the answers, and your senior living advisor will evaluate your circumstances and deliver insight to help you make an informed decision.

Touching all the bases, including cost

“A phone call is an opportunity for us to get to know you,” Randy Carroll, Fountaingate Gardens’ Sales & Marketing Director, explained. “We want to know who you are and what you want and need from your future, so we can provide the resources and knowledge that will help you determine what is best for you.”

When you call Fountaingate Gardens, the team will happily discuss all relevant aspects of senior living on Long Island, and each advisor can provide further details about Life Plan Communities—a relatively new concept in the market—and the benefits of choosing one for your future.

For example, your senior living advisor might elaborate on how Fountaingate Gardens will help you age well and fulfill the seven dimensions of wellness. Or, if you prefer, you can just as easily ask your senior living advisor to review the details on pricing and explain the flexible contract options at Fountaingate Gardens.

Finances are a major factor in anyone’s retirement plan, and the senior living advisor with whom you speak can help you compare the costs and discern the options. With that knowledge, you will be empowered to decide whether a community like Fountaingate Gardens provides the best path for your future. While it’s always wise to consult with your financial and tax advisors first, doing a basic financial comparison will likely show that selecting a Life Plan Community is an excellent (and perhaps unexpected) value.

So, grab a pen and paper, and pick up the phone. Now that you know what to expect when you call Fountaingate Gardens, feel free to call 631-715-2693 today. Randy, Lynn, Tammy and Pamela are ready to answer!

*also referred to as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)

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