7 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Philadelphia County, PA

The Watermark at Logan Square

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2 Franklin Square, Philadelphia, PA 19103
"The Watermark is one of the places that I visited. My parents are both there for rehabilitation right now. My dad has been there for a couple of weeks, and mom has been there for a month. They have..." More

The Philadelphia Protestant Home

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
6500 Tabor Road, Philadelphia, PA 19111
"I visited Philadelphia Protestant Home because they had a life alert for the residents. It was awesome. We were there for just a short period of time, and I just spoke to one gentleman, but it was..." More

Paul's Run Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
9896 Bustleton Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19115
"My mother is a resident. Facility offers many activities, a supervised gym, tasy meals, and is well maintained. Very pleased with the level of service provided. " More

The Lafayette-Redeemer

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8580 Verree Road, Philadelphia, PA 19111
"My mother and father are going to The Lafayette-Redeemer, which is a big facility. They have apartments, and they are in the middle of renovating. The kitchen area is open. The floors are hardwood..." More

Cathedral Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
600 East Cathedral Road, Philadelphia, PA 19128
"I like Cathedral Village. It had an urban vibe, and the people there had very urban associated careers; I like that. They are also very interesting people. They have a greenhouse, and they are also..." More

Account Wesley Enhanced Living Pennyp...

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8401 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19152
"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

Stapeley in Germantown

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
6300 Greene Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144
"Refund Plans: 50% of Entrance Fee; 0% Refundable and Declining Refundable also available (lower Entrance Fees). Priority admission to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Philadelphia

  • Review of The Watermark at Logan Square

    The entry fee at The Watermark at Logan Square is something we could afford, unlike other places. It isn't cheap, but we like everything they have. The food is good, and my mom's apartment is reall... Read more

    Pat
  • Review of The Watermark at Logan Square

    I recently visited a relative in assisted living. The room was dirty, a lot of dust on every surface, dirty clothes were piled high and hadn't been washed in weeks.. There was no fitted sheet on be... Read more

    Spiko
  • Review of Cathedral Village

    Have no problem giving credit where credit is due, but unfortunately this establishment deserves none. Came to visit my grandmother today and walking into the rehab area alone was atrocious. There ... Read more

    Dox

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