Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Delaware County, Pennsylvania
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"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
"I was very impressed with Lima Estates. It was lovely, and if I ever decide to do anything, I might consider this facility. It’s right down the road where I live now, so it’s very convenient for..." 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
"My parents moved into a detached home in White Horse Village 3 years ago and are really happy. The facilities are well constructed, the staff are caring, knowledgeable and professional. They are..." More
"I liked Maris Grove. The people there were very nice. The food was wonderful. The units were lovely. I had gone there several times. In fact, I would go back again tomorrow for something. The..." More
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