We welcome you with intentionally designed living spaces, a fitness room, Rivertown Hall meeting space, Palmetto Place arts and crafts room and an on-site salon and barber shop. Plus, the area’s mild climate allows residents to take advantage of our landscaped courtyards, walking paths, and screened porches.
Visitors driving to the northern end of Myrtle Beach area may pass through the small inland town of Loris. Loris began as a railroad town serving the lumber industry in the late 1880s and became the first town in the state to have its own newspaper, high school, bank, telephone system and doctor. A revitalized downtown offers shopping and dining, and the local farmers market is a feast of fresh produce and home baked goods. Loris is also the birthplace of chicken bog, a traditional Southern delicacy and the community hosts the annual Loris Bog-Off Festival each year in celebrations of the dish drawing thousands to the area.
Hope Arbor residents can choose from a variety of studio, one-, and two- bedroom apartments. While most residents provide their own furniture so that their apartment feels more like their home, Hope Arbor can provide assistance with obtaining furniture if required.
Assisted living apartments include a private bathroom with an easy-access shower with a built in shower chair and a hand held shower head. All bathrooms have grab bars.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning are controlled individually in each apartment. Blinds are provided for windows. Basic cable TV is provided in each apartment and in each room of one bedroom and two bedroom units.
Apartments feature lever handles for easy use on doors and faucets. Emergency assistance pull cords are provided in each bathroom and each resident is issued a wireless nurse call pendant that can alert staff if a resident needs assistance anywhere in the building.
Daily trash pick-up and weekly laundry and housekeeping is included in monthly rent. More frequent services are provided as needed.
Two laundry rooms are available if residents or families prefer to launder their own clothes.