4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Lebanon County, PA

Lebanon Valley Brethren Home

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1200 Grubb Street, Palmyra, PA 17078
"Mom has been in the independent living part of Lebanon Valley Brethren Home for 15 years and will be moving soon to the assisted living section. It is a very good place. Mom is the second..." More

E. C. C. Retirement Village-StoneRidge

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
440 East Lincoln Avenue, Myerstown, PA 17067
"I had a fairly short visit at Stoneridge Retirement, and it was expensive. We did see the smallest apartment they have, and it was OK, but not quite enough kitchen for my mother even though she..." More

Cornwall Manor

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1 Boyd Street, Po Box 125, Cornwall, PA 17016
"Refund Plans: 50% refund or health care credit for future care. Declining balance over 50 mos. (Price: 76% of Entrance Fee). Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-for-Service basis." More

United Christian Church Home

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
520 North Route 934, Annville, PA 17003
"Refund Plans: 20% of Entrance Fee, amortized for 80 mos.; 0% Refund of Entrance Fee, amortized for 80 mos. (Price: 80% of Entrance Fee and 25% higher Monthly Fees) Priority access to assisted..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Lebanon
  • Review of Lebanon Valley Brethren Home

    Londonderry is an excellent facility. They have suite houses with individual rooms where you can come together as a family to have dinner. That's very nice, and I liked that idea a lot. They have a... Read more

    Bonnie
  • Review of Lebanon Valley Brethren Home

    Mom has been in the independent living part of Lebanon Valley Brethren Home for 15 years and will be moving soon to the assisted living section. It is a very good place. Mom is the second generatio... Read more

    Craig242575
  • Review of Lebanon Valley Brethren Home

    People that I had known had good care at Lebanon Valley Brethren Home. As far as I observed the few times I was there, the people seemed happy with the care. The rooms were nice and adequate. There... Read more

    Shirley120278650
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