Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Delaware County, Pennsylvania
Delaware County, Pennsylvania
4.4 stars average rating
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Prices for Continuing Care Communities in Delaware County start at $2,695.00.
"The village is very home-like. Residents have their own furnishings and privacy is respected. Meals are served either communally or in rooms, I often assisted residents in filling out their daily..." More
"The majority of the staff that I have met at this facility have been very kind and helpful. The dining room staff are friendly and courteous, the maintenance staff is prompt and does their job..." More
"I think Paul's Run is very nice. It's located in a good place where you've got transportation within the facility. It's one of those CCRCs where you can go in for physical therapy or rehab and then..." More
"I’ve been living in La Fayette for six months. It is very nice, roomy, and comfortable. The apartments are a good size and very nicely laid out. The people working there are wonderful, very nice,..." More
"We had a nice visit at the independent living unit of Philadelphia Protestant Home. They had a lot of activities. They had nice spacious rooms. They introduced us to several members of their staff..." More
"Stapeley in Germantown stands in a residential neighborhood marked by large trees, old homes and friendly faces. Upon entering the community, one first sees a red brick building, the assisted..." More
"In Simpson House's early years, it was customary for new residents to donate teacups from their personal collection. The marvelous display here not only stuns viewers but also adds a special sense..." More
"My great-great aunt is 97 years old. Although she needs help with some every day things because her mobility is limited, she also needs intellectual and environmental stimulation because she is an..." More
"The administrator of Martins Run, with her dog as second in command, led us on a tour of this twenty-two acre facility. As we walked the grounds along the interconnected buildings, we noticed..." More
"I think if I were choosing a place today, I would pick Dunwoody Village. It has been around forever. When we used to live in that area and go shopping and driving around, we would pass it all the..." More
"My mother is moving in at Lima Estates and it's a buy in community. They serve one or two meals a day. The rooms are beautiful. My mother is an artist and they have an art studio. They also have..." More
"ACTS Retirement-Life Communities, one of the largest nonprofit owners of continuing care communities in the US, oversees Granite Farms Estates. Residents under the ACTS umbrella can effortlessly..." More
"We visited White Horse Village. It is a non-profit retirement community. What more could you ask for? They have a beautiful apartment, overlooking extensive grounds, supported by a loving and..." More
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