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The Landing

Nestled perfectly into the surrounding Williamsburg Village, this community provides a full range of living options for an exceptional continuum of care. From independent living amenities to the complete services of long-term care, those who call The Landing home are able to live an elegant life. As part of a larger community, our assisted living and memory care residents find themselves among friends and neighbors.

Inside and out, The Landing is a work of art. Inside, you’ll find the Immanuel Fine Art Gallery. Since 2008, this space has played host to rotating exhibits created by local, regional and national artists. Month to month, you might find anything from original painting to blown glass exhibits. Outside, the grounds of The Landing are a work of art as well. Beautifully landscaped and meticulously maintained, these lawns, gardens and lakeside walking paths knit the community together.

Tabitha at The Landing is a collaboration between two organizations interested in revolutionizing the “nursing home culture” from the inside out. Built on the shared ideal of empowering seniors to make their own choices, Tabitha at The Landing sets out to provide the comforts of home and fill lives with meaning. The goal is to provide an independent lifestyle, supported by care and services at the residents’ direction.

Services & Amenities

Services & Amenities

  • Restaurant-style dining with private dining room

  • Indoor warm-water swimming pool and whirlpool spa

  • Computer lab and education

  • Business center

  • Banking services

  • Heated underground parking

  • 24-hour Telehealth monitoring available

  • Housekeeping service

  • Emporium and Coffee Shoppe

  • Maintenance-free living

  • Barbershop and beauty salon

  • Scheduled transportation

  • Paid utilities

  • Emergency call system

  • Guest suites

  • Billiards, game and card room

  • Woodworking shop

  • Raised garden beds

  • Personal storage space

  • Stimulating activities and social events

  • Village Theatre

  • Exclusive AgeWell Center with professional fitness staff

  • Extensive library and art gallery

  • 24-hour campus security

  • Massage and physical therapy

  • Pastoral support, interdenominational worship services and Bible study

  • Wall-to-wall Wi-Fi

Services & Amenities

Location Details

  • Nearby restaurants and grocery store

  • SouthPoint Mall — restaurants, movie theatre, retail and specialty shops

  • Medical and dental office

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Dining

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Floor Plans

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Community News

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Dec 1, 2016

Healthy Eating Tips for Seniors

Eating healthy can be a challenge, especially as we get older. Seniors may struggle with giving their body the right nutrients. It may also be difficult for them to maintain a healthy weight that allows them to stay active and independent. Here are a few healthy eating tips for seniors and their caregivers.

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Nov 29, 2016

Better Communication with Our Aging Parents

When you are talking with aging parents and have some concern about how the communication may go, you are most likely talking about an important topic or an emotionally loaded topic. Here are a few useful tips to help you better communicate with your aging loved one.

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Nov 17, 2016

Discuss What Losing Independence Means to Them

Your parents may not be willing to discuss mortality issues, but they may be able to tell you exactly what it would mean to them to become dependent on you or someone else. You may be surprised at what losing independence means to and what it involves for your parents.

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Meet the Staff

Lee Johnson
Lee Johnson
Lifestyle Manager

Providing AgeWell Centers at our communities is really a unique concept. I enjoy being able to assist our residents in maintaining their physical abilities as they grow older.

Mike Miller
Mike Miller
Executive Chef

Our dining program allows us to create and execute anything we like. We continue to work as a team with input from chefs in all our communities to create an exciting, varied program. 

John Croghan
John Croghan
Executive Director

I think our uniqueness lies in our overall approach. Our approach is consultative in nature with our potential residents. This assures we understand their desires and needs. 

Residents' Point of View

Roy Yanagida
Roy Yanagida
Resident since 2014

I was pleasantly surprised by the welcome I received when I moved to The Landing. The services were more than I expected. The employees top to bottom are great.

Jack Moors
Jack Moors
Resident since 2013

The transition from living in a home to a retirement community was a pleasant experience, the residence and staff were so receptive to our joining them.

Marty White
Marty White
Resident since 2015

One of the best parts of living at The Landing is the inclusiveness of everyone. From the first day, I was welcomed and made to feel I was already a part of a wonderful community.

Bev Brown
Bev Brown
Resident since 2014

I love the smaller size of our apartment because it is much more manageable than our big house. I don't have to cook or clean unless I want to and I especially love the new friends.