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
"At Beaumont at Bryn Mawr, they would deliver your dinner to your room like a hotel. They have a small, elegant dining room instead of a large cafeteria. They have the usual activities like fitness,..." 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
"Dunwoody Village is the best in the area! My mother is here in Personal Care and has been for three years and she loves it. We had visited a few facilities before her move and, although Dunwoody is..." More
"Lima Estate is nice. It’s four or five miles from where I currently live, and they have many scheduled activities. The fee includes one meal a day, then, the days you do not use are added on to the..." 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
"Our mother moved to WHV over 14 yeas ago and our family has found the facility, staff, and grounds to be everything advertised. Until a few months ago she spent the last 3years in the assisted..." 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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