The Sharon at SouthPark is devoted to enhancing residents’ health and independence by offering opportunities to be physically active, mentally stimulated and socially engaged.
This culture of vitality and well-being is based on seven dimensions of wellness as established by the International Council on Active Aging. Each dimension stems from research and science which suggests that you don’t have to give up activities. Nor do you lose the ability to remain active. The more active you are, the lower the risk for disability and disease.
We help you face life with a positive attitude.
Our wooded campus in the heart of SouthPark features water features, sculptures, walking trails and the new Anne O. Moffat Park. It all inspires relaxation, exercise and fellowship.
You are never too old to learn new things and stretch your mind, whether it’s writing your memoir or listening to a speaker explain a current event.
We help you take care of your body, the first step to enjoying the rest of what life has to offer.
Building relationships and sustaining connections with others are crucial to health and wellness. No one has to go through life alone at The Sharon at SouthPark.
Whatever you believe, you will find nourishment for life’s journey.
The talents and skills you brought to The Sharon at SouthPark are put to good use, often to serve others.
We invite you to read more on our website about how we bring these seven dimensions to life. Learn about the programs and activities that promote an active lifestyle. We are committed to creating a culture of warmth that encourages residents in Independent Living, Assisted Living and Health Care to get the most out of life – body, mind and soul.