The Lutheran Community at Telford is located in a suburban setting occupying approximately 35 acres of land in the Borough of Telford and West Rockhill Township in Bucks County, PA. It consists of Harbinger Terrace, which is comprised of eighty-six (86) units; Luther Village, which consists of eighty-one (81) units and The Meadows, which consists of seventeen (17) duplex units and a fifty (50) unit apartment building. In December 2017, the community opened a new state of the art community center, which features an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and aerobics studio.
Located in the heart of downtown Reading, PA, Manor at Market Square offers a professionally designed garden, affordable rates, and first class meals in a beautiful dining room. Life is simpler for residents at Manor at Market Square, where simple, comfortable studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom apartments include all housekeeping and utilities. Residents enjoy three meals each day and free laundry facilities, as well as transportation to doctor visits and group outings. There are events scheduled throughout each week, with exercise classes, card games, and special interest and hobby groups focused on arts and crafts. There are plentiful common areas, game rooms, a library, a computer room, and an exercise room for personal fitness and group classes. Entrances are secure, and staff are on hand at all times. Parking is provided for all residents. From personal care to respite care, higher levels of care are always available, and residents are able to stay in their existing apartment when receiving additional care.
Maris Grove offers a modern, luxurious continuing care retirement community right outside of Philadelphia and just over the border from Delaware. You’re close to the country, city, and beach, but even so, there is plenty to do in the community and right on the beautiful 87-acre campus. There are over 100 resident run clubs (including a chess club and acting club), art classes in two studios, and yoga and tai chi classes. An indoor pool provides year-round recreation, and a fitness center offers many different ways to stay in shape. Chef inspired meals are served in six different on-site restaurants, including a bar where residents can enjoy a drink together after a busy day. There are many different apartment and private cottage floor plans to choose from, with one bedroom, two bedroom, and two bedroom deluxe options to choose from. All maintenance is taken care of, and each unit has plenty of storage, a patio, sitting areas, and fully updated kitchens with all of the latest appliances. Continuing care apartments are available, ensuring you will have the security and support you need at all times.
Located just outside the Philadelphia metro area, the Masonic Village campus in Burlington, New Jersey provides 450 pristine acres that offer walking paths, putting greens, and landscaped grounds that residents of this continuing care retirement community can enjoy at their leisure. There is no shortage of exciting activities, from creative arts, to gardening to wellness classes at the fitness center. An attentive staff and 24-hour security ensure that residents are completely safe, while newly constructed cottages are ideal for independent living in a modern, fully updated home. All maintenance and upkeep are provided by staff, and the majority of expenses and services are covered by monthly fees. Cottages come in two models with approximately 2,300 and 1,900 square feet, and they provide a garage, two bedrooms, a den, a sunroom, two bathrooms, and an eat-in kitchen. A patio and front porch are ideal for outdoor living. Apartments are also generous in their space, with the deluxe two-bedroom, two-bath units providing almost 1,000 square feet, while the one-bedroom, one units offer a simpler yet functional living option. When residents require skilled nursing, memory care, or rehabilitation, they’ll find everything they need right on campus. In the event of a financial crisis, Masonic Village also offers financial assistance.
Located on 21 scenic acres a mere 30 minutes from downtown Philadelphia, Masonic Village in Lafayette Hill offers the quiet of the country near the delights of downtown. The Masonic Village offers a wide range of care, including skilled nursing and memory care, but it ensures residents enjoy excellent health with their broad range of activities and exercise options. Apartments include one and two bedroom options, as well as one and two bathrooms. Each unit has a living room, and a limited number have their own patios or balconies, although a spacious patio area is available to all residents. The wide range of activities at Lafayette Hill ensure that residents have plenty to do, with billiards, an on-site bowling alley, a putting green, a wood shop, shuffleboard, a wellness center, fitness classes and recreational and shopping trips. Pets are welcome in the apartments on site, and a dog park ensures plenty of space for recreation. Meals are served in a relaxed bistro setting or in the more formal setting of the community’s restaurant that offers a blend of exotic and traditional dishes from its executive chef. Meal plans are flexible to suit your lifestyle.
Get the most out of your retirement by taking advantage of the exceptional amenities and flexible payment plans at Meadowood Senior Living. It’s located just down the road from 476, making it convenient to area shopping and a short ride down the highway to Philadelphia. The community has a series of cottages and apartments that come in a wide variety of floor plans that range from 1 bedroom and 1 bath to 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, with the option of a den in several models. Each unit is fully updated and comes with modern appliances in the kitchen and walk in closets in the bedrooms. Walkways throughout the campus are covered and well-lit. The amenities are numerous, with a therapeutic swimming pool, a state-of-the-art strength training, cardio and aerobics fitness rooms, and a lap pool. An 8,000-volume library with a fireplace and the Strasburg Auditorium and concert hall ensure there is always plenty to do, and lounges and a casual dining Garden Cafe ensure plenty of spots to meet with friends. The campus is lined with walking paths and includes woodworking and craft shops, art and ceramics studios, flower and vegetable gardens, billiards and card rooms, a bark park, a bocce court, and a playground for visiting grandchildren. Continuing care options include personal care, skilled nursing, rehabilitation for long and short term, and memory care.
Medford Leas offers the beauty of an arboretum campus with a unique blend of public gardens, walking trails, horticultural collections, and natural areas that are ideal for outdoor recreation. The town home, patio homes, and apartments are arranged in a series of clusters that are easily accessed through a series of walkways that are all close to the central community building. Residences come in a wide variety of floor plans that range from one to two bedrooms, and they include vaulted ceilings, plush wall-to-wall carpets, and generous square footage. Kitchens have solid countertops and updated appliances in every model. There are over 90 different clubs and groups that meet on campus, and the amenities are just about endless. You can choose from art classes, carpentry, metalworking, the library, or events at the community’s theater. There is a fitness center, several swimming pools, and tennis courts right on campus. Meals can be enjoyed at two different dining venues that offer stylish, restaurant style meals: The Garden Room and the Colonial Room. There’s also a coffee shop for casual meet-ups or grab-and-go meals. All homes are completely maintenance free, and lifelong care includes assisted living, rehabilitation, home care, and long-term care. Medford Leas provides flexible, lifetime contracts for services such as meals, housekeeping and maintenance, and when necessary, medical and nursing care. It abides by Quaker principles that aim to nurture people in their holistic well-being.
Enjoy the award-winning chef’s entrees in the formal dining room of Millcroft senior living or join friends for leisurely games in one of the many common spaces or game rooms. Millcroft Senior Living is located right in the middle of White Clay Creek State Park and is a short drive to Wilmington Delaware, offering the best of both worlds. There are extensive healthcare offerings at Millcroft, with spacious and comfortable independent living and assisted living apartments, in addition to skilled nursing care, rehabilitation services, and respite care. Staff are on hand 24 hours every day to meet the needs of residents. Staff provide transportation to appointments around town and also offer field trips to area attractions. Amenities include an exercise room, library, game room, in-house beauty/barber shop, and all-day dining. There are many fitness programs, clubs, groups, game/movie nights, and happy hour events regularly on the schedule. Residences range from efficient studio apartments through two bedroom units with functional kitchenettes. All utilities are included in your fees, as well as housekeeping and maintenance. The beautiful campus is landscaped for you, but residents have the option of keeping their own garden plots as well.
Normandy Farms is situated in suburban Blue Bell, PA on 104 acres, approximately 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia in Montgomery County, PA. The community contains approximately 307 independent living apartments ranging in size from approximately 390 square feet to 1,212 square fee. Normandy Farms also contains 26 carriage homes ranging in approximate sizes from 1,706 square feet to 1,988 square feet. The buildings are three stories and constructed of stone and brick with heated and enclosed walkways. The carriage homes are single story, wood frame with stucco and veneer construction. In the community center, there is a theater/auditorium, several dining rooms, a craft room, wellness center with an indoor pool, recreation areas, woodworking shop as well as several other amenities.
Paul’s Run provides a convenient, award-winning Continuing Care Retirement Community right in the heart of Philadelphia’s Northeast neighborhood, where shopping, dining, and downtown activities are all easily accessible. Residents benefit from the value of not having an entrance fee and Paul’s Run operates as a not-for-profit Liberty Lutheran community that provides excellent value for the range of services provided. There are studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartment units available that all come with maintenance included in their fee with additional services available as needed. In the event of a health emergency or additional needs, Paul’s Run also offers personal care, skilled Nursing, rehabilitation, respite care, and hospice care. Meals are a highlight for the Paul’s Run community, and are shared in modern Liberty Grille or the formal dining room that operates like a restaurant. The goal of the Paul’s Run staff is to provide a care-free, independent retirement experience in the comfort of a caring community that meets the unique needs of each person.