Real People. Real Living.
There’s no doubt that it is the people who live at Taylor Community that make it a wonderful place to live. Residents enjoy the best of both worlds at Taylor… all the privacy and independence you want, as well as the joy and companionship of a welcoming, friendly community.
Meet Jean, Resident at Taylor Community
We invite you to read through comments from some of the residents that call Taylor home to hear firsthand about their experiences moving to and living at Taylor.
“We knew we wanted to remain in Wolfeboro where we have so many ties. We also wanted more freedom to travel and less home maintenance. Fortunately, there was a large, custom home available at Back Bay that fit all our needs.” Bruce and Harriet T., Back Bay residents
“We moved to Taylor and we’re so glad we did. There’s not a better choice for a retirement community anywhere.” – Paul and Debbie C., Ledges residents
“Taylor residents and guests enjoy the fine dining on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. We always go and it’s such an enjoyable evening sharing a glass of wine and delicious dinner with friends.” – Harriett M., Ledges resident
“One of my fears in moving here was Taylor was a warehouse for old people. That’s not the case at all – it’s a very vibrant community that just happens to be inhabited by seniors.” – Cook A., Ledges resident
“We own a cottage on the lake and spend four months of the year there. It’s delightful to be able to run back and forth as desired. We’ve never regretted our move. Taylor is a well-managed and caring community and we’re happy to be a part of it.” – Herb and Bobbie L., Ledges residents
“I love the excellent variety of day trips planned for every month of the year, including music, drama, museums, nature walks, baseball and eating out at popular restaurants.” – Amy J., Woodside resident
“My mother came to Taylor Community as a ‘respite guest’ to try it out, but soon after became a resident. It’s been wonderful for her. She’s made so many new friends and really enjoys the activities and interaction with her peers. It’s a comfort to us both. We have a terrific staff that helps her when she needs it, but she’s able to live with dignity. The improvement in her quality of life is amazing. One of the best things is having someone near 24/7. She doesn’t have to be lonely anymore and I don’t have to worry about her.” – Maureen B., staff member whose mother resides in Assisted Living