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A New Age In Retirement Living Reflective of their active lifestyle and evolving interests, Jane and Chris Ball have turned their new Pine Run cottage into a personal paradise with the help of staff, an architect and their favorite interior designer.

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After living in different parts of the world, Zara and George Roberts knew they would eventually return to their hometown of Philadelphia and move to Cathedral Village.

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Norma Winther used the skills from her career as a guidance counselor to not only find her current home, Dunwoody Village, but to explore its rich history.

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Housing Options Active Adult CCRC Assisted Living - Personal Care Independent Living Nursing & Rehabilitation

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Housing Options Active Adult Homes & Condos • pg. 102 New home and condominium communities offering recreational activities, security, low maintenance, and amenities for those 55+. Most offer little or no health care services to residents. Cost: Purchase price range $100,000+ with variable monthly fees Who pays: Mortgage Financing and Private Pay

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Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) • pg. 110 Comprehensive, lifetime range of care from independent living to nursing care. Costs and levels of care vary widely, and most communities require new residents to be healthy and independent. Cost: $246 – $7,000+ per month. Entry fees are usually required. Who pays: Primarily private pay, with some services covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or longterm care insurance

Independent Living Apartment Communities • pg. 123 Housing designed for individuals who can live independently. Some are affiliated with health care facilities that provide added support if needed. Cost: $166 – $7,000+ per month Who pays: Private pay or private pay with rent subsidy based on income

Assisted Living - Personal Care Homes & Communities • pg. 135 Housing for those who cannot live independently but do not need skilled nursing care. Level of assistance varies among facilities. Cost: $1,000 – $8,000+ per month Who pays: Private pay with some services covered by long-term care insurance

Nursing & Rehabilitation Facilities • pg. 155 Facility staffed by health care professionals under the direction of a physician. Designed for individuals who need 24-hour skilled nursing care on a regular basis. Cost: $100-$500+ daily rate Who pays: Private pay, Medicare, Medicaid, or long-term care insurance

Age in Place A variety of services designed to help keep individuals who need assistance in their current home. See Home Health Care (page 169), Locating Government Resources section (page 81), and Adult Day Centers (page 185). Cost: Variable, depending on level and frequency of services Who pays: Private pay, Medicare, Medicaid or long-term care insurance

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a genuine—and worthy—profession, with hundreds of care managers nationwide and dozens in our region. These professionals are essential to helping families navigate the vast array of options described in SourceBook. In our first edition, the term “assisted living” was in its infancy. Most communities serving this segment of the population referred to themselves as “board and care homes,” “retirement homes,” or “personal care homes.” Today, Assisted Living represents the largest

segment of the senior living industry. This issue’s cover and feature stories spotlight several residents who have made the move to senior living communities. In our cover story on page 48, you will meet Pine Run Community residents Jane and Chris Ball, who have beautifully customized their cottage to suit their lifestyle. In our feature stories, you will meet a lifelong learner, a former guidance counselor who found the perfect home and a group of student nurses who witnessed the changing face of retirement firsthand.

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one thing stands out from all the others: the change in perspective. Retirement living is no longer about finding a place to spend your last days. For more and more seniors, it is about pursuing new interests, sharing their talents, making friends, and staying active. In short, it is about fully enjoying what has become one of the most exciting stages of life. Although retirement living options have certainly evolved to fit the needs of today’s seniors, there is still work to be done. The providers you will find listed in SourceBook are busy continuing to improve on the available options—and creating new alternatives. Please do not be shy about sharing your ideas with them or us. Visit

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Knowing and understanding your retirement living options is not only power, it’s peace of mind. Riddle Village can help you understand the value and benefits of retirement community living.

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The Village at Kelly Drive

2998 Luther Drive I Chambersburg, PA 17202

750 Kelly Drive I York, PA 17404

717.267.1665 toll-free 877-401-6375

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717.764.9994 toll-free 877-391-9920

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1075 Old Harrisburg Road I Gettysburg, PA 17325

2100 Utz Terrace I Hanover, PA 17331

800 Bollinger Drive I Shrewsbury, PA 17361

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DISCOVER WHAT’S NEXT Ed and Ethel Castor found the perfect blend of new and familiar at Living Branches. Ed tends the honeybees hives he brought with them, while Ethel enjoys meeting new friends.

Joining the Living Branches family gave Ed and Ethel the opportunity to build new relationships while continuing to do what they love. What’s next for you?

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defining senior living The Watermark lifestyle is all about choice. Will you take a class, visit our Vitality fitness center, get creative in the art studio, enjoy a gourmet meal at The Mark or an afternoon in Center City Philadelphia? we’re a full service ccrc community with a straightforward rental program, no long-term contracts to sign and no large entry fee depleting your nest egg. Enjoy a lifestyle of choice, plus the peace of mind knowing you’ll have all the care you want, if and when you need it. call 1-877-775-3581 to schedule lunch and a tour.

live the life you deserve for as low as $2,150 per month with no entry fee.

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889 Fairground Road, Lewisburg, PA 17837

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800 Hausman Road, Allentown, PA 18104

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You’ll love your new life here at Arbour Square and The Birches at Arbour Square! Our staff provides all the services you need to make your life carefree — giving you extra time to spend as you wish with those who matter the most. Visit us — We’re changing lives, one senior at a time.TM No Buy-In Fees • Affordable Inclusive Monthly Rent

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Blue Sky, Open Road That’s Retirement Living at Freedom Village Brandywine.

FREEDOM VILLAGE BRANDYWINE – A LIFE CARE COMMUNITY

Extraordinary circumstances … larger, beautiful accommodations for less money and the peace of mind that comes from our Life Care Guarantee. Freedom Village Brandywine presents it to you in a stunning Chester County, Pennsylvania setting. You’ll appreciate the generous space and sense of community in your condominium. Or if you prefer a little more solitude, retreat to your Terrace Home with private garage. Either way you will have access to all the good times, choice amenities and amazing dining venues that Freedom Village has to offer. There’s even an Entry Fee option to suit most any lifestyle or budget.

To learn more about Freedom Village’s exceptional blend of luxury, hospitality and service, call (484) 288-2200.

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That’s what residents are saying about Woodcrest Villa, a premier continuing care retirement community that offers various options designed to make your life easy and enjoyable! Ready to move soon? Ask about our special programs, including

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our “Welcome Home” moving incentive for apartments and our new “No Entrance Fee” rental option on select apartments. We also have beautiful new villas under construction in Rubia Place - only a few remain!

2001 Harrisburg Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 717.390.4103 www.WoodcrestVilla.org


Staying Young at Heart No matter what your story, Menno Haven has the option you’ve been waiting for! To help ease worries of the real estate market and personal finances, Menno Haven is offering several move-in assistance packages and delayed settlements. While living at Menno Haven you are assured with the security, comfort and activities of the entire Menno Haven community. Be sure, secure, and live your own life of purpose at Menno Haven. FITNESS CENTERS WITH POOLS MAINTENANCE

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Inspiring Living All Around

Inspiring living comes easy at Shannondell. Just ask our residents. Some, like Nancy, are acting on stage for the first time. Diane is studying ballet. Grace is sculpting, winning awards and admiration. Tom is swimming 80 laps daily – inspiring others to do the same. Shannondell residents have embraced their neighborhood in interesting and varied ways. But they all agree that since moving to Shannondell, they’re doing more, living healthier and feeling better about themselves. They invite you to read and learn more.

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It all comes together here! Delaware’s only full-service retirement community at the beach.

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Immaculate Mary Home

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St. Francis Country House

2990 Holme Avenue

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St. John Neumann Home 10400 Roosevelt Boulevard

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470 Manor Avenue Downingtown

610-873-8490

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610-873-5300

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The New Independent Living Community at Ware Presbyterian Village

Imagine living in an elegantly appointed apartment or carriage home and enjoying access to all of the services, amenities, health care and beauty of Ware Presbyterian Village. That’s carefree independent living at Vista Ridge, the new expansion at Ware Presbyterian Village.

Monthly Fee Includes: ÊUÊAll Basic Utilities ÊUÊReal Estate Property Taxes ÊUÊCommunity Landscaping & Lawn Maintenance ÊUÊAccess to All Community Amenities & Services, Including New Vista Ridge Pavilion ÊUÊWellness Programs ÊUÊInterior & Exterior Home Maintenance ÊUÊ24-Hour Emergency Response System ÊUÊFlexible Dining Plan ÊUÊSocial & Recreational Activities & Events ÊUÊScheduled Transportation Services For more information about our upcoming events and information sessions, please call 800.480.1689 or visit www.warepresbyterian.org

Ware Presbyterian Village

7 East Locust Street . Oxford, PA 19363 Toll Free: 800.480.1689 . Phone: 610.998.2400 . www.warepresbyterian.org Vibrant. Inspiring. Fulfilling.

It is our policy to admit residents without regard to race, color, national origin, age, ancestry, sex, religious creed, handicap or disability.

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he newest generation of retirees is busy changing the meaning of retirement. A more mobile generation with different outlooks and priorities, today’s retirees are comfortable with new technologies and emerging concepts. Most importantly, they are focused on what they intend to still accomplish. Chris and Jane Ball, current residents of Pine Run Community, are no exception. Born in Great Britain and now American citizens, their active lifestyles and evolving interests do not fit the mold of a traditional retirement. With interests ranging from duplicate bridge to biotechnology, the dynamic couple has enjoyed living in many different communities through the years. Most recently, it was a grandson living near Doylestown that tipped the scale for this couple’s move east from Seattle. Chris and Jane’s new Doylestown home was designed on a large scale. A few years after settling in, they realized they were only using a portion of the house, while paying upkeep and taxes on all the lovely but unused space. While discussing their lifestyle, they began to appreciate that other things had become more important to them. They were “house heavy,” when it was no longer required. “I didn’t want to fix dinner anymore,” explained Jane. “And I was looking for more variety in the menu,” Chris added, displaying characteristic British wit. Convenience is a big motivator for seniors with a busy lifestyle like Chris and Jane. They want to fit in as much as they can, and it seems they will have more time in which to do that. Sometimes referred to as the “Longevity Bonus,” better healthcare and wellness awareness are extending active lifestyles for longer than ever before. Retirement has come to mean an additional life stage, rather than an age. These bonus years after retirement provide the time to pursue more personal interests and redirect professional skills and talents. Today’s retirees often continue to contribute in their fields through mentoring, volunteering and consulting. Many retirees look at these pursuits as their true calling. For Jane and Chris, making more time for their interests in golf, bridge and family meant giving up what they did not want to do anymore, including taking care of a large property and cooking every night. They looked for solutions and began to consider moving to a retirement community. A review of local options brought them

Chris and Jane each have their own office. Typical of the new generation of retirees, one in four seniors will continue working. Full of natural light, these offices invite creativity.

to Pine Run, a Continuing Care Retirement Community owned and operated by Doylestown Hospital. “We envisioned this change as continuing the life we had before, while adding new elements. It was about suiting us today,” stated Chris. “We already knew a high-rise hotel format wasn’t appealing. We lived in a high-rise once and missed having a back door.” Pine Run’s natural Bucks County, Pa., setting and the construction of new garden cottages proved to be a big attraction. With both a front and back door that open onto gardens, lawns and trees, the mature landscape suited

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Stake Out Your Personal Paradise at Pine Run. New Cottages Revealed! Affordable luxury in a celebrated location, now with sophisticated home design options. A new gallery of cottage homes await your claim and vision for the future. Pursue your new adventures from a retreat of absolute comfort. Easier than ever imagined with staff to help make it happen every step of the way.

After A full-service retirement community owned and operated by Doylestown Hospital, Pine Run is the local favorite. Visit us on the web, come see

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their taste. Being able to influence the design and create their own unique cottage in this type of setting sealed the deal. Chris and Jane looked forward to shaping their new home at Pine Run into a personal paradise to suit their many lifestyle needs. Analytical by nature, Jane uses skills from years of software programming to network in the bridge tournament world. She stays busy organizing tournaments. Chris consults and acts as a corporate advisor in the biotechnology field. His business contacts count on him for valuable feedback. Like other new retirees, office space was a real priority for this hard-working couple, and they both wanted their own. New construction allowed Chris and Jane to design exactly what suited them and to include modern materials and design elements. Of the many new homes Chris and Jane have lived in, they were most involved in the construction of their new Pine Run cottage. Coordinating the details with the architect, builder and the Balls’ favorite interior designer was all made easier with the help of Pine Run’s move-in coordinator. “We have favorite pieces collected from everywhere that we wanted to highlight. We both needed our own office space, lots of skylights and open space,” said Jane. “We were trying to be realistic and fit into the natural setting,” said Chris before looking at his wife and adding, “And we still ended up

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The Balls worked with their favorite interior designer, Rafael Novoa of New Hope, Pa. He reassembled key components from their big house to suit the more personal space of their Pine Run cottage.

with two chandeliers.” In addition to their collections, the Balls also possessed a long-term care insurance plan, which they valued and is welcomed at Pine Run. This option for membership gives them financial flexibility should their globetrotting ways take them in another direction. A low up-front fee helps keep the couple’s savings intact and under their direction. Typical of seniors looking at retirement options today, the Balls are financially savvy and understand the changing economy and its potential impact on their future. “In my career, I have worked in for-profit and not-for-profit environments. There was no question in our mind that when it comes to nursing and healthcare, a not-for-profit orientation was critical,” said Chris of the significant factor that drew them to Pine Run. “Having a trustworthy sponsor like Doylestown Hospital gave us greater peace of mind, since it is owned by women with deep local ties and very practical from a health and wellness perspective.” Not having lived in a retirement community before, the Balls didn’t know what to expect when they moved to Pine Run. “Everyone was more cosmopolitan than I anticipated, so many fascinating interests and experiences, broad based and from all over, really,” said Chris. “Dinner conversations cover all topics—very lively. It came naturally and was more fun than I had imagined it would be.” For Chris and Jane, shedding their large house was the start of really being able to focus on what was important to them. Finding solutions that fit their future enhanced the quality of their life today. In short, giving up home ownership was a bonus in every regard. “Hurricane Irene was our final straw as home owners; we won’t miss the worries,” said Jane. Husband and wife looked at each other, remembering that stage of their life. Chris added, “One really benefits from being proactive about a retirement move. Home ownership and moving is stressful enough. You should do it before you’re too old.”

Wonderfully practical for sophisticated entertaining or a quick peanut butter and jelly with their grandson, smart storage space in the Balls’ kitchen holds everything they need.

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Why should these Retirement Communities be on your short list? Nationally, only 15 percent of all Continuing Care Retirement Communities have earned the "seal of approval" from the non-profit CARF Continuing Care Accreditation Commission. The CARF-CCAC is the nation's only system for accrediting continuing care retirement communities.

We are proud that our communities: ■

voluntarily meet the HIGHEST STANDARDS of excellence

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care about our residents' well-being and our staffs' training

maintain financial accountability and competent administration

We invite you to call or visit us to see what makes us different! PENNSYLVANIA BEAUMONT AT BRYN M AWR 601 North Ithan Avenue Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 610-526-7000 www.beaumontretirement.com See ad page 92

BETHANY VILLAGE 325 Wesley Drive Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-766-0279 www.bethanyvillage.org See ad page 120

DUNWOODY VILLAGE

KENDAL CROSSLANDS

HOMESTEAD VILLAGE

MENNO HAVEN, MENNO VILLAGE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

3500 West Chester Pike Newtown Square, PA 19073 610-359-4400 or 1-800-DUNWOODY www.dunwoody.org See ad page 60

1800 Marietta Ave. PO Box 3227 Lancaster, PA 17604 717-397-4831 www.homesteadvillage.org See ad page 110

Post Office Box 100 Kennett Square, PA 19348 610-388-7001 www.Kcc.Kendal.org See ad page 14

2075 Scotland Avenue Chambersburg, PA 17201 717-263-8545, 800-222-6695 www.mennohaven.org See ad page 32

KENDAL AT LONGWOOD CATHEDRAL VILLAGE 600 E. Cathedral Road Philadelphia, PA 19128 215-984-8621 www.cathedralvillage.com See ad page 54

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Because they are accredited! PENNSWOOD VILLAGE

WAVERLY HEIGHTS

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PETER BECKER COMMUNITY

WHITE HORSE VILLAGE

MONROE VILLAGE

535 Gradyville Road Newton Square, PA 19073 610-558-5000 www.whitehorsevillage.org See ad page 13

One David Brainerd Drive Jamesburg, NJ 08831 800-833-4447 See ad page 90

SIMPSON HOUSE

WILLOW VALLEY RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES

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NEW JERSEY

STONEBRIDGE AT MONTGOMERY

1382 Newtown-Langhorne Rd. Newtown, PA 18940-2401 215-968-9110 or 1-888-454-1122 www.pennswood.org See ad page 35

800 Maple Ave. Harleysville, PA 19438 215-256-9501 www.peterbeckercommunity.com See ad page 36

2101 Belmont Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131 215-878-3600 www.simpsonhouse.org See ad page 113

TEL HAI RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

1200 Tel Hai Circle, PO Box 190 Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-9333 www.telhai.org See ad page 125

1400 Waverly Road Gladwyne, PA 19035 610-645-8764 www.waverlyheightsltd.org See ad page 97

50 Lacey Road Whiting, NJ 08759 800-526-1665 See ad page 90

300 Meadow Lakes Hightstown, NJ 08520 609-448-4100 See ad page 90

600 Willow Valley Square Lancaster, PA 17602 800-770-5445 www.WillowValleyRetirement.com See ad page 9

APPLEWOOD ESTATES 1 Applewood Drive Freehold, NJ 07728 800-438-0888 www.applewoodestates.com See ad page 46

100 Hollinshead Spring Road Skillman, NJ 08558 1-800-218-3456 See ad page 90 Visit our locations on our website at www.SpringpointSL.org

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an ideal place

If you could mingle the energy of the city, with the tranquility of nature, it would be called an ideal placeâ&#x20AC;Ś It would be called Cathedral Village. Schedule a tour and see for yourself why Cathedral Village is

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215.984.8621 855.769.6942 (toll free) A premier continuing care retirement community

600 East Cathedral Road Philadelphia, PA 19128 www.cathedralvillage.com

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Never Far From Home

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eorge and Zara Roberts have lived best family post,” said Zara, who recalled their boys riding in many parts of the world, but they bikes around the countryside. The family also took many always knew no matter where their train trips and used an Embassy Land Rover to explore the travels took them, they would return surrounding area. Their adventures included trips to the to their hometown in Philadelphia Serengeti and a boat trip on the original African Queen. and eventually move to Cathedral But the family’s travels were far from over. Various posts Village, a Continuing Care Retirement Community. would take them to Jamaica, Guyana, Panama, Japan, and Zara attended Wellesley, where she majored in English, eventually to the Middle East. Finally, after traveling around while George studied International Relations at Yale. When the globe, the Roberts returned to their roots. George bethey wanted to get married, came a Diplomat-in-Residence George faced the proverbial quesat St. Joseph’s University in Philtion from his future father-in-law: adelphia and retired from that “How are you going to support my position in 1987. daughter?” George started thinkThe Roberts purchased a ing about their future and spent home in Mount Airy, the setting several years in the Navy during of many family memories for the Korean Conflict. their children and grandchilAfter being discharged from dren. But the couple knew this the Navy, George started a camove would not be their last. reer in the Foreign Service. His “When we returned to Mount first assignment was in Bangkok, Airy, we knew that moving to where Zara and George lived for Cathedral Village was in our two years. “The city was heaven future,” George said. “It was a on earth. So beautiful, with great natural transition for us. We are architecture and canals, and we close to our friends and have acloved being there,” said Zara. cess to everything we love about The housing accommodations Philadelphia.” in Bangkok were very different Zara feels right at home in from what they were accustomed their spacious townhouse at to in Mount Airy, Pa., according Cathedral Village, which has to Zara. “The house had no hot been furnished with many of water and only a charcoal stove the treasures collected during for cooking, but it came with five their travels. She also enjoys the servants,” she recalled. “The main scenic community. “We love lived in places ranging from Bangkok to duty of the gardener was to cut the Having our view. The grounds at CaTanzania, Zara and George Roberts always knew grass and keep the snakes away.” they would ultimately return to their hometown of thedral Village are beautiful,” After Bangkok, George took an Philadelphia. she said. assignment in Laos for a year and From Thailand to Tanzaa half, but because of the political climate, his family was not nia, George and Zara welcomed their many internationallowed to accompany him. Following his stint in Laos, the al experiences. But, like most travelers, they know that couple returned to Washington, D.C., where they purchased sometimes coming home is the best part of the journey. a home and spent four years raising their three children. “Moving to Cathedral Village was the right decision,” the When duty called again, the entire family was off to couple agreed. George and Zara may have been near and Tanzania. George and Zara learned to speak Swahili, and far, but their home in Philadelphia was never far from the children enjoyed exploring the country. “This was the their minds.

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You Can Choose

LeadingAge Quality First is the aging-services field’s national quality improvement initiative.

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Location

Phone

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Through Quality First, LeadingAge works in partnership with all stakeholders—aging-services providers and their employees and board members; government policymakers; and consumers and their families—to create quality of care and quality of life for older adults.

PENNSYLVANIA Abramson Center for Jewish Life

North Wales

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Bryn Mawr

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Gwynedd

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State College

800-253-4951

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Lancaster

717-397-4831

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Kennett Sq.

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Kendal Crosslands

Kennett Sq.

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Worcester

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Chambersburg

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Pennswood Village

Newtown

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Peter Becker Community

Harleysville

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Media

610-891-3700

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Simpson House

Philadelphia

215-878-3600

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Waverly Heights

Gladwyne

610-645-8764

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Newtown Sq.

610-558-5000

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Lancaster

717-390-4103

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Cadbury at Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill

800-422-3287

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Medford Leas

Medford

800-331-4302

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Lewes

1-800-390-8298

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Riddle Village

White Horse Village Woodcrest Villa/Mennonite Home Communities NEW JERSEY

STATE OF DELAWARE Cadbury At Lewes

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For whatever the future holds. You don’t lose your identity when you live at Chandler Hall. Here, individuals are challenged to express their views and values and to select programs, routines and lifestyles that reflect their individual interests, talents and gifts. Our personal approach to aging sets us apart. We believe in life activities that keep our residents involved. From art classes with our on-site daycare children to swimming in our indoor pool, we make life more interesting and more like home. Make plans to visit our thoughtfully designed living quarters situated in a convenient Bucks County setting. To learn more about our wide array of services, call or visit us online.

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t an early age, Betty McGee showed an aptitude for academics. She won the first of several scholarships while still in her teens. Today, her pursuit of education continues unabated. A true lifelong learner, Betty is a great example of the importance — and impact — of education. Whether she is in pottery, painting or music classes or attending a lecture, Betty can often be found at the Center for Lifelong Learning at Chandler Hall, the retirement community in Newtown, Pa., where she lives. Since moving to the community, she has made the most of all the educational and entertainment opportunities that are available to residents. “I participate in most everything,” Betty said. “I go to chorus; I go to exercise class; I enjoy the bus trips; and I’ve made so many things in art class.” Betty’s full schedule also includes concerts, plays, religious services and activities at the onsite intergenerational day care. At the day care, she often reads to the children, an activity that is virtually second nature to this mother of five and career educator. A long-time Philadelphia resident, Betty’s career in education began with a scholarship to a nearby private high school. She later won a scholarship to Chestnut Hill College. After graduating, she began a decades long career as a fourth grade teacher. “It was a great experience to teach fourth grade all those years,” she said. “I just loved the children.” While teaching, Betty continued to pursue her own education. The school where she taught was only three blocks from Temple University, so she found time in her increasingly full schedule to obtain a Master’s degree in education. After her retirement, Betty continued to live in Philadelphia. However, when her doctor informed her that it was no longer safe for her to drive or live alone, she knew it was time to make a change. Betty moved in with one of her daughters who lived in nearby Bucks County, Pa. Her daughter started looking for retirement living options near her home and was immediately impressed with Chandler Hall. After moving in, Betty met all her neighbors and made friends quickly, thanks in part to the community’s intimate dining atmosphere. Rather than a large dining room, the Chandler Hall campus features smaller dining rooms in each of its four houses—all of which contain 24 apartments.

A true lifelong learner, Betty McGee is a great example of the importance — and impact — of education.

“Everybody is very friendly, and I always have someone to have dinner with,” Betty said. In addition to delicious dinners filled with engaging conversation, Betty also enjoys her apartment at Chandler Hall filled with a mix of old and new treasures. “I have the most beautiful apartment here, I think,” she said. “Everything feels so cozy because I have some of my pieces from home.” Of course, the many opportunities for learning are Betty’s favorite amenity in her new community. “I thank God I can still walk and talk and get by,” she said. “I am enjoying every minute and taking full advantage of all the activities that Chandler Hall has to offer. This is a great place to be in retirement.” With an insatiable curiosity and a true love of learning, Betty is an inspiration to both her former students and her current peers. They all agree that this lifelong learner is not just getting by—she’s excelling.

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Why Dunwoody?

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verybody needs a little guidance sometimes. Norma Winther taught her students that important lesson and never hesitated to seek help with her own decisions. In her career as an English teacher and guidance counselor at Conestoga High School, Norma helped many students in their college selection process. Not surprisingly, she used that same skill set in her search for a retirement community. After her husband died in 2009, she turned to SourceBook to begin a new chapter in her life at a senior living community. Norma had several criteria to guide her selection. Her new home had to be a financially stable Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that offered excellent health care, should she ever need it. “I think it’s important to live somewhere long enough to make friends and establish an identity, so that if you later need help, you are already a part of the community,” Norma said. She wanted to stay close to Wayne, Pa., where she and her husband had lived for 47 years. Norma is active in several local organizations and in her church. Continuing with these activities, as well as maintaining friendships in the area, was a priority. These criteria led Norma to Dunwoody Village, a CCRC in Newtown Square, Pa. While visiting the community, she quickly realized that convenience and atmosphere were also important. “I liked the idea of a community with shopping and services nearby,” Norma said. “Dunwoody is adjacent to a shopping center, yet has a bucolic setting as well.” With friends in a number of local communities, Norma collected opinions and information—but ultimately chose a community where she knew few people. “I just had a good feeling about Dunwoody Village,” Norma recalled. “It met all my needs, the people were friendly and interesting, and I could just picture myself living there. Of course, it’s important to have the right attitude and feel confident in your choice.” Norma spent time customizing and decorating her apartment and was very pleased with the result. Soon after she moved in, she visited her far-flung family, including three married sons and four grandchildren scattered across the country. Upon her return, she began to investigate the many programs available in her new community. An avid reader, Norma belonged to two book discussion groups before moving. She promptly joined, and later led, the community’s

A former teacher and guidance counselor, Norma Winther used her skills to find a secure and convenient home for her future.

monthly Book Review. Always a bit of a history buff, Norma became intrigued by her new home’s rich past. Another resident, Fred Kramer, had compiled a chronicle of the community’s earliest days, Dunwoody Retrospective. Using his work as a point of departure, and with Norma as chair, the newly formed History Committee tracked down, organized, and eventually displayed the various archives scattered around the community. In closets, files and dusty boxes, they uncovered yellowed news clippings and old advertisements. After two years of detective work, the committee held an open house for residents, families and staff. Everyone enjoyed seeing the memorabilia and developed a new appreciation for the community they call home. “The work was enjoyable, and hopefully future residents will continue our efforts,” Norma stated. Almost three years later, Norma is more confident than ever that Dunwoody Village is the right place for her. Following her own good guidance, Norma used all her resources to make a wise retirement living decision. Now, she is relishing her new life.

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he organizational and physical tasks of a move can often be overwhelming, but there are professionals and useful tips that can ease the transition for everyone involved. Seeking Professional Help Senior move managers are professionals who specialize in assisting older adults and their families with the emotional and physical aspects of relocation. They often have backgrounds in gerontology, social work, health care, nursing and psychology. Because they focus exclusively on the move process, move managers have significant expertise in resources and approaches that save money, reduce stress and produce quality results to meet the client’s personalized needs. Moving on Your Own Once you have made the decision as to where you are moving, you will have a much easier time figuring out what items to keep or get rid of. Having a floor plan and the important measurements will help in figuring out which large 10:01 items MovingPlannersF07 7/10/07

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you will be able to bring. Professional organizers say it is best to have at least six months for such a move, but whatever your timetable, you should get a calendar solely for planning your strategy. You might mark off “DDay” (for decision made) and “M-Day” (for moving), then mark (in pencil!) the day the necessary steps will be made. Decide on tentative dates for any sales you might have and make deadlines for other necessary tasks. Assign various responsibilities to family members. When estimating the time needed for big jobs, takePage a general tip from freelancers and AM 1

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phone, cable, newspaper, utility company) and have them disconnect your services the morning after you move.

Eight Weeks Before: n Contact movers and get bids from at least two companies. n Start using up frozen foods, canned foods and cleaning supplies. Six Weeks Before: Make a list of everything you want to bring that will fit in your new home. n Start packing things while clearly labeling each box. Start with items you won’t need for a while. n If you live in an apartment, inform the management of your move and reserve the elevator. n

Four Weeks Before: Obtain a change of address kit form from your local post office and start composing a list of address changes. n Contact utilities (water, garbage, tele-

Two Weeks Before: n Send out change of address forms. n Arrange for someone to clean your home after you have moved out. n Dispose of flammable liquids, paints and poisons. One Week Before: Pack items you wish to move yourself and label them. n Have hauler take excess garbage. n If you are giving items to charity, have them pick up your items. n

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donating your belongings When people want to donate household items, often the first place they think of is one of the major charities like Goodwill, the Salvation Army, or Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;and for good reason. These agencies are willing to take many of the things we would like to get rid of and put them to good use by either giving them to the needy or selling them in their thrift shops, with the profits going to support their social services programs. Often, these organizations will make it even easier on donors by coming to the home to pick up donated items. And when you give to charitable organizations, your donation is tax deductible. To be considerate when donating, make sure that all clothes are clean and

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creating a visual record when making a move Insurance companies recommend keeping an inventory with photos of household goods. Make a page for each room in the house, with numbered columns, listing the item (“bureau”), a description (“4-drawer oak chest, 30 inches long”), its history (“wedding gift”), and additional comments (“For my granddaughter Isabel”). If you want your family to decide which pieces interest them, leave the last column blank.

Number the photographs to correspond with the list. With a digital camera, you can create an electronic record that can be sent via e-mail. This will help sort and assign belongings, as each family member can mark those items they would like. Excerpt used from Moving On: A Practical Guide to Downsizing the Family Home by Linda Hetzer and Janet Hulstrand (Stewart, Tabori & Chang).

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transforming the challenges of selling and buying into choices Preparing the family home for sale, downsizing, packing, moving, and setting up the new house are all physically and mentally arduous tasks. Fortunately, there are innovative real estate companies who offer customized services to help individuals with every aspect of moving and downsizing. Step One: Preparing to sell or buy It is important that homeowners select a real estate agent who can meet their distinctive needs. The emergence of specialized real estate designations has made the process of choosing an agent easier. Senior Real Estate Specialists (SRES) are licensed Realtors who have received the SRES designation through the national Senior Advantage Real Estate Council. Senior Housing Specialist (SHS) Realtors have also met specific guidelines outlined by the Real Estate Certification Program (RECP). Both of these designations signal to consumers that agents have completed specialized training courses and are qualified to meet the unique

needs of their clients throughout the home buying and/or selling process. After finding a qualified agent, homeowners are ready to begin the process of preparing to sell their home. A qualified agent’s comprehensive assessment of the condition and marketability of the home can decrease selling time and increase selling price. Specialized agents can also help clients prioritize repairs and locate qualified professionals to complete such projects. Utilizing the help of professionals to prepare for a sale can ultimately result in a selling price that reflects the top market value for the home. Step Two: Packing and sorting Items should be sorted into distinct categories: keep/move, give to family, donate to charity, and throw away. The initial list of items to keep will likely be larger than the new space can accommodate. Moving professionals, however, can offer advice by taking into account their client’s personal

tastes, the financial and sentimental value of possessions, and the new floor plan. Step Three: Moving For many, moving day is simple and rewarding due to comprehensive, customized real estate services provided prior to the sale of the house. On moving day, real estate professionals can recommend trusted companies to help with the physical aspects of moving while providing assistance with the job of unpacking and setting up the new home. Challenges become choices As the challenges of moving fade due to increasingly helpful professionals, people are left with nothing but choices—where to move, when to move, what to take, and how to decorate the new home. Those individuals considering a move are no longer faced with the difficult questions of how to market their homes and move their belongings, as there is help available every step of the way.

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or the last few years, many homeowners have been keeping an eye on the real estate market and waiting for signs of improvement before considering a move. Newspaper headlines and TV reports scream doom and gloom, but that data is generally compiled from broad regional and national markets and doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always consider your local real estate market. There are many areas in which homes that are priced right and show well are selling quickly! However, there is no clear picture as to when there will be an overall upturn in the real estate and financial markets. This uncertainty has caused many to delay downsizing to a smaller home or settling into a retirement community. Often, â&#x20AC;&#x153;quality of lifeâ&#x20AC;? circumstances may dictate that your need to make a lifestyle change now may be of greater importance than the current real estate climate. Selling Your Home: Is Waiting the Right Choice? You may still be living in the home you purchased years ago to be in a particular school district or close to your employment. Ask yourself if the lifestyle you seek includes the burdens of homeownership,

such as maintenance plus paying for everincreasing taxes. What about transportation, food shopping and preparation? Snow! Healthcare? Health is a major consideration. If you are considering a move to a CCRC and you qualify for independent living now, will you qualify in a few years? You may not feel â&#x20AC;&#x153;readyâ&#x20AC;? but life changes can occur suddenly. How do you value the security of being settled and having the sale of your house behind you? If itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time for you or an aging loved one to move, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t compromise your safety and security. Selling your home may not be as hard as you think. Determine Your Next Steps Meet with your family and other trusted sources to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of moving now. Remember, waiting for next spring does not guarantee a better market; it simply means youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re waiting. No one knows what the future holds. If the information on the table indicates itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to move, then donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hesitate. Sit down with a senior real estate specialist, develop a plan and get moving.

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elder law attorneys cater to your legal needs Since living decisions are becoming increasingly complex, many people find themselves searching for someone who can cater to their specific legal needs. Making sure that you have the right professional for the job at hand is the first and one of the most important tasks that you have in getting any job done the right way. When it comes to your legal needs, there’s no difference. Finding the right attorney may take some research and time, but in the end, it’s always better to have done your due diligence. What is an Elder Law Attorney? An elder law attorney is an individual who specializes in areas of the law that are particularly relevant to senior citizens and their family members. These attorneys generally focus their practices in a few of the following areas: estate planning, long-term care planning, social security, public and private

pensions, Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap insurance, long-term care insurance, age discrimination, durable powers of attorney, living wills, conservatorship and guardianship, or abuse. Elder law attorneys can offer an especially sensitive ear concerning the sometimes difficult decisions involved in one’s later years. While dispensing legal advice, they are also able to refer clients to other professional and/or non-legal resources that are available to help meet their needs.

legal resources available to help you? Can you resolve this difficulty on your own or with the help of a family member? To pick the right attorney and save yourself time and money, you must know your needs. If you aren’t familiar with your own situation, it can be difficult to explain it to someone else. Know your own financial limitations and the financial benefits of engaging the services of a specific attorney. In other words, only buy what you need and what you can afford. If you only want a will that names your spouse as your sole benDo I need an Elder Law attorney? eficiary and there are no other needs, you Because of the expense of legal services, probably don’t need an expensive packyou want to be absolutely certain that your age. Be a smart consumer. situation necessitates the assistance of a legal professional before hiring an attorney. Information adapted from the National Before consulting an attorney, you should Academy of Elder Law Attorney’s and the consider the following questions: Is this National Elder Law Foundation’s websites. a complex legal issue? Is it likely that you For more information, please visit their will have to go to court? Are there non- sites: www.naela.org or www.nelf.org.

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he most effective way to locate a qualified attorney is through a recommendation from a family member, friend, or an attorney you have consulted before and trust. The AARP (www.aarp. org/legalsolutions) and the state bar association (www.hg.org) offer impartial attorney recommendations. The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (www.naela.org), a professional association of attorneys dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to the elderly, and the National Elder Law Foundation (www.nelf.org), a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and improvement of the professional competence of lawyers in this particular area, can both offer advice for finding a qualified elder law attorney. A referral from family or friends can be a good resource so long as you ask more than how they liked the person. The attorney may have been a likeable person, but you should be more interested in how the case turned out. Whether you get a referral or try someone new, keep your opinions open to change. A

friend may have had a good experience, but your case is different and you need to decide for yourself. Once you have found an attorney that you are considering hiring, carefully and fully explain your legal problem so the attorney can provide an accurate estimate of the time that will be necessary to solve your problem. You will also want to inquire about the attorneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s certifications and memberships with professional organizations. Finally, be sure that you are clear on the specific costs as well as the attorneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s billing methods. The questions below will help you to get the information you need before making a final decision: n What will it take to resolve this issue and are there alternative courses of action? n What are the advantages and disadvantages of each possibility? n How many attorneys are in the office and who will handle your case? n How long has the attorney been practicing? n What percentage of the attorneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s practice is devoted to this area of law? Does his or her practice emphasize a particular area of elder law?

n How much experience does the attorney have with cases like or similar to yours? n How much elder law training has the attorney had, and from what organizations? n If a trial will be involved, does he/ she do trial work? If not, who will go to trial for you? n Is your attorney a member of the local bar association? The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys? n Is your attorney certified by the National Elder Law Foundation? n Are fees computed on a flat or hourly rate and how often does the attorney bill? n What additional out-of-pocket expenses will be incurred (such as copying, postage, court, messenger and phone fees)? n What is the estimate of the cost involved to resolve your problem? n Will the attorney require a retainer (money placed in a trust account before services are rendered)?

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ith the complex maze of resources available today, many families are turning to Geriatric Care Managers (GCM) for help with decisions that are appropriate for their lifestyle and needs. With training in social work, nursing, counseling, and/or gerontology, GCMs offer customized consultations and administer a “care plan.” Though it outlines the necessary steps required to obtain the appropriate type of care for the client, this plan is not binding and is rather considered a recommendation from an informed expert.

GCM spends a few more hours researching and discussing available options with the client and their family, helping them to implement the care plan.

What Can a GCM Do for Me? COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT. Utilizing their professional backgrounds and experience, care managers are able to perform an unbiased evaluation of the client’s mental, physical, social, financial, and legal functioning. RECOMMENDATIONS. After determining what services would be helpful for the well-being of the individual, the GCM can recommend providers who will best meet the family’s needs. Familiar with industry standards, they Who Needs a GCM? routinely make recommendations for all Families who are confused about how levels of care. to care for a parent or loved ones are priCOUNSELING. The counseling that mary candidates for geriatric care man- GCMs can provide helps clients and their agers. The services of a GCM can enable families handle the emotional stress inyou to make decisions that are appropri- volved with these decisions. They proate without causing undo stress. Instead vide the family with information about of waiting for a crisis situation, you may the illness or challenge that the client want to turn to a GCM earlier, so that faces and the available resources. there are more options available. MEDIATION. GCMs can also negotiate family dynamics, helping to sort out How Much Will It Cost? all of the various concerns that have reAs fees for a GCM range, you should sulted from the challenge of caring for a check with your Medicare office to see if loved one. you are eligible for subsidies. The average FOLLOW-UP VISITS. GCMs are gentime required by a client is four hours. erally involved in the implementation After AgeWisePAS08 spending a3/4/09 couple of10:30 hoursAMcomPageof1the care plan. This typically includes pleting a comprehensive evaluation, the follow-up visits to the individual’s home

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Seeking Assistance Employee Assistance Programs, often known as EAPs, are a service put in place by most mid-sized and large employers. These programs usually have resources available to help both employees and their families through eldercare challenges. Consult with your company’s human resources department for more information.

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Mercer County .................................. 609-989-4346

Montgomery County ........................ 610-278-3601

Delaware

Philadelphia County ...........................215-765-9040

Kent County ........................................302-424-7310

Philadelphia .......................................... 215-686-8450

Pennsylvania

New Castle County .......................1-800-223-9074

Bucks County....................................1-800-243-3767

Sussex County .....................................302-424-7310

New Jersey

Chester County .............................1-800-564-7000

Agency on Aging

Burlington County ............................ 609-265-5069

Delaware County ...............................610-490-1300

Agencies that implement the Older Americans

Camden County ................................856-858-3220

Montgomery County ................... 1-800-734-2020

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Gloucester County ........................... 856-232-4646

Philadelphia County ........................... 215-765-9033

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Burlington County ................ 609-261-1000 x4797

Bucks County ......................................215-348-0510

Camden County .................................856-225-8178

Chester County ................................. 610-344-6350

Gloucester County ............................856-256-2274

Delaware County ...............................610-490-1300

Mercer County .................................. 609-989-6662 Delaware Kent County ........................................302-424-7310 New Castle County .......................1-800-223-9074

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Health Department Clinics

Sussex County .....................................302-424-7310

New Jersey

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Employment Services

Burlington County .............................609-518-3900

eligible individuals.

Employment counseling, skills training, and job placement assistance for persons 55+.

Camden County ................................856-858-3220

Pennsylvania

Gloucester County ...........................856-256-2881,

Bucks County ...................................... 215-345-3318

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Bucks County ........................215-348-0510, x1238

Mercer County ...................................609-292-0620

Chester County ..................................610-384-9393

Delaware County ...............................610-447-3250

Delaware

Delaware County ...............................610-490-1300

Kent County ........................................302-734-1200

Montgomery County ........................ 610-275-1960 Philadelphia County ...........................215-765-9040

Chester County ................................. 610-344-6225

New Castle County ...........................302-651-3440 Sussex County .....................................302-856-7761

Montgomery County .........................610-278-5117 Philadelphia County .......................... 215-686-0600 Philadelphia .......................................... 215-685-0600

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Montgomery County ........................ 610-278-3601

Burlington County ............................ 609-265-5548

New Jersey ...............................1-877-222-3737

Philadelphia County ...........................215-765-9040

Camden County ................................ 856-374-6600

Pennsylvania ..........................215-568-3750

Philadelphia ...........................................215-765-9040

Gloucester County ............................ 856-218-4101

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Kent County ........................................302-424-7310

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New Castle County .......................... 302-995-8650 Sussex County .....................................973-579-0370

Gloucester County ........................... 856-232-4646

Pennsylvania Bucks County ......................................215-348-0510

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Camden County ................................ 856-963-8226

Chester County ................................. 610-430-8500 Delaware County ..........................1-800-416-4504

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Camden County ................................856-858-3220

New Castle County ........................... 302-421-3733

Delaware

Gloucester County ............................856-468-1742

Sussex County .....................................302-856-5187

Kent County ........................................302-424-7310

Mercer County .................................. 609-989-6661

Information & Referrals

New Castle County .......................1-800-223-9074

Delaware

Provision of information about programs and services to help meet client needs and assistance in accessing services.

Sussex County .....................................302-424-7310

Kent County ........................................302-424-7310

Insurance Counseling

New Castle County .......................1-800-223-9074

Pennsylvania

Information about health insurance options and

Sussex County .....................................302-424-7310

Bucks County ......................................215-348-0510 Chester County ................................. 610-344-6350 Delaware County ...............................610-490-1220 Montgomery County ........................ 610-278-3601 Philadelphia County ...........................215-765-9040

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Assistance with a wide range of legal concerns,

Bucks County ......................................215-348-0510 Chester County ................................. 610-344-5004

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Delaware County ...............................610-490-1220 Pennsylvania

Philadelphia .......................................... 215-686-8450

Montgomery County ........................ 610-278-3601

New Jersey

Philadelphia County............................ 215-686-8462

Burlington County ............................ 609-265-5069

Philadelphia .......................................... 215-686-8450

Camden County ................................856-858-3220

New Jersey

Gloucester County ........................... 856-232-4646

Burlington County ..............609-894-9311 x. 7498

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serves seven million Americans age 60 and over as well as 325,000 caregivers, are the Administration on Aging, the State Units of Aging, and the Area Agencies on Aging.

formation assistance to the general public, the AoA developed the Eldercare Locator in 1991 connecting Americans and their caregivers with information about local services. The program puts individuals in Administration on Aging (AoA) touch with local AAAs and other commuAs the leader of the Network, AoA works nity-based organizations. To contact the Elprimarily to increase awareness amongst dercare Locator, call 1-800-677-1116 or visit government agencies, organizations and www.eldercare.gov. the general public in regards to the needs of the older American population. In addi- State Units on Aging tion to recommending policy and developThe State Units on Aging (SUA) serve ing regulations, AoA is also responsible for as the state arm of the AoA. SUAs coorproviding grants to worthwhile projects. dinate services in their states by workThe AoA can be reached at www.aoa.gov or ing with a variety of state agencies and other public and private organizations. 202-619-0724. State Units also award grants to AAAs Eldercare Locator to help create community specific proIn an effort to provide nationwide in- grams.

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Sussex County .....................................302-424-7310

New Jersey

Philadelphia .......................................... 215-686-8450

Mental Health Center(s)

Burlington County ..............................609-267-1377

Source of assistance and counseling for individuals

Camden County ................................ 856-482-8747

New Jersey Burlington County ............................ 609-265-5069

with behavioral and emotional problems.

Gloucester County ........................... 856-845-9100

Pennsylvania

Mercer County .................................. 609-396-4357

Bucks County ......................................215-442-0760

Delaware

Chester County ..................................610-344-6265

Kent County ........................................ 302-739-4170

Delaware County ................................610-713-2365

New Castle County ...........................302-577-6490

Kent County ........................................302-424-7310

Montgomery County ........................610-277-4600

Sussex County .................................... 302-856-5490

New Castle County .......................1-800-223-9074

Philadelphia County ........................... 215-473-7033

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can give individuals essential informa- the property. Adjustments to the home can tion when making important decisions. include painting, furniture rearrangement and de-cluttering. Auctioneers Auction houses and galleries can as- Professional Organizers sist with everything from entire estate Organization does not come naturally to disposition to the sell of individual an- everyone. Professional organizers can help tiques, fine arts, rare books, coins and individuals get paperwork and possessions other valuables. Auction gallery repre- in order, while disposing of unwanted items sentatives can make qualified recom- and reclaiming their attics, basements and mendations on which items to keep and other spaces. which items to sell when it comes time Senior Housing Search Services to clean out the family home. Professionals can help review the seemHome Staging ingly endless array of independent living Real estate professionals can improve a communities, assisted living communities residence before its entrance in the market and retirement communities available in to attract more potential buyers and possi- the area. With extensive knowledge of local bly sell the home quicker. Transforming the options these professionals are able to guide home into a more welcoming, appealing families smoothly through their decisionand attractive product can raise the value of making process.

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services that can meet your lifestyle needs The categories of professionals listed below are merely a sampling of some of the more prominent specialties in the seniorserving marketplace. With a little searching, individuals and their families will undoubtedly find highly qualified professionals to meet any and all of their needs. The list of expert services continues to grow and change just as the individuals they serve continue to redefine what life is like after 65. Audiology & Hearing Aid Providers Too often, as people begin to lose their hearing, they withdraw from social activities and make changes to their daily routine to compensate for the loss, rather than seeking out the help of professionals. Audi-

Such services include researching various specialists and preferred physicians, scheduling appointments, and handling emergency care. Advocacy groups are also available to Counseling & Psychological help improve patient safety, reform MediServices care and insurance policies, and promote Counselors, psychologists and life healthier lifestyles. coaches focus their energies on the needs of individuals and their families. They can Eldercare Consultants Consultants serve as a comprehensive offer counseling, advice and assistance with resource for important living decisions and all of the various issues surrounding elderare especially helpful for family caregivers. care. Psychologists can also provide comIndividualized consultations help families petency evaluations. identify pertinent issues that need to be adHealth Care/Medical Advocacy dressed. After working with the family to Organizations can assist individu- identify specific needs, consultants identify als and families by coordinating and re- providers and resources that are available to searching their specific medical needs. help meet those needs. ologists and Hearing Aid Providers can diagnose an individual’s level of hearing loss and find the appropriate hearing aid for their condition, budget and lifestyle.

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valuable issues to consider The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF International) offers several tips on how to choose the right services for yourself and your loved ones. According to its website, spending time on site can give you valuable insight about the environment and level of service. The following are some important aspects CARF recommends considering about the organization, your first impressions and the staff.

Do the premises appear to be well Information from the CARF free online publication titled ‘How to Choose Services maintained, clean, and safe? n What is my impression of the serfor Yourself and Your Loved Ones.’ Visit http://www.carf.org/consumer.aspx. vice level? n How are staff members interacting with persons receiving services and coworkers? n What is the ratio of staff to persons receiving services? n

Spotlight Safety n What credentials do staff members have? First Impressions Count n What health and safety policies are Upon entering the provider’s facility, in place, as related to incidents involving look around. You can begin to evalu- injury, medication management, natural ate the service levels provided by using disasters, etc.? n What is the annual staff turnover? some of the following questions: n Was I greeted in a friendly manner? n What complaint procedures exist? n Did they see me immediately? Do policies prevent reprisals?

Research the health and safety policies that are in place as related to incidents involving injury, medication management, natural disasters, etc.

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choosing where to live By Suzi Klyber Choosing where to live as you age is not an easy decision. There are so many variables that come into play. As a home care therapist, I often see people in the wrong setting for them. They do not have a clue where they should be living. Often, the family of the senior automatically assumes that they need to be moved to an assisted living. Gaining awareness of how to effectively make the right choice is important. How do you choose? What affects your choices? Below are some questions to guide your selection process: n Do you have the ability to perform all of the activities of daily living? n Cost of active adult or assisted living centers versus living in your own home with help? n Is your home accessible? If not, can it

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home? Are you aware of the cost and/or the breakdown of costs? Children of seniors please remember you are simply a consultant to your parents until such a time that they are no longer able to make these decisions themselves. Work with them and, if need be, bring in experts to evaluate the level of help they ultimately need (i.e.: senior care managers, social workers from your county, geriatric psychiatrists, occupational therapists that perform the KELS evaluation, Aging-In-Place Contractors). Forcing them into your way of thinking only destroys your relationship with them. Remember to work together as a team. Ask questions and be open and willing to learn what they desire and need. Suzi Klyber, OTR/L, is a Home Care Therapist for The Medical Team & Consultant for Granting-You-Access.

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Non-Profits Children of Aging Parents (CAPS) There are thousands of children throughout the nation providing care for those individuals who once cared for them. CAPS helps these caregivers learn more about the resources available when faced with this challenging task. The organization hosts support groups that promote the sharing of ideas to help family caregivers balance time, energy and love for the parents. To become a member of the organization or receive assistance, please call (800) 227-7294 or visit www.CAPS4caregivers.org.

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This association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. The local chapters provide services to families and professionals, including information and referrals, support groups and care consultation. Their CareFinder™ online guide can help you find the right care based on individual needs and preferences, while the Alzheimer’s Association Safe Return® is a nationwide identification and support program providing security for those who may wander. For more information on your local branch, please visit http://www. alz-delawarevalley.org/ or call the toll-free 24/7 helpline 1-800-272-3900.

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“We moved to Beaumont while we were able to fully enjoy the elegance of the community…and of course the cuisine!” Mr. & Mrs. Herd, residents

For one thing, you’ll own it. It’s the only continuing care community in the nation that is owned by its residents. At Beaumont you’ll have choices – from customizing your home to where and when you dine. You’ll have a say in everything from the service to the quality of the facilities. At Beaumont, everything is taken care of to your liking…because you’ll be an owner. Contact Audrey Walsh at 610-526-7004 to schedule your personal tour.

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alk in the footsteps of the father of our country. Browse in world class department stores and unique specialty shops. Enjoy a hike or horse ride through thousands of acres of unspoiled park land. View a world-class collection of French paintings. Cross one of our country’s oldest bridges. Take a ride on the Main Line train. For visitors and residents of Montgomery County, Pa., there is never a shortage of diverse diversions. In southeastern Pennsylvania, only 20 minutes from Philadelphia, lies Mont- The Valley Forge National Historic Park: Today, visitors can enjoy a glimpse of history gomery County. The 482 square miles of by exploring the restored stone headquarters that once served as a winter encampment for land that make up the County are home General George Washington and his troops. to farmlands, malls, historic sites, office buildings, and more than 750,000 resi- Historical Park is the jewel of Montgomery in the valley. Safe from attack, the soldiers dents. County. Over 2,000 soldiers died at Valley expected to spend the winter regrouping Forge, but no battles were ever fought. In after several devastating losses. However, Journey to Early America 1777, Gen. George Washington chose to no sooner were Washington’s stone headThe 3,600-acre Valley Forge National make a winter encampment for his troops Continued on page 97

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Life at Foulkeways! Setting Standards of Excellence in Retirement Living Since 1967

At Foulkeways at Gwynedd,

there’s always something close at hand to inspire both body AND mind! Whether exploring new horizons or devoting more time to life-long hobbies, community members look forward to each new day.

For more information about Life at Foulkeways Continuing Care Retirement Community, call Lori Schmidt at 215-283-7010 in the Residency Information Office today.

Life at Foulkeways includes our year-round fitness center and indoor aquatics program, hiking our beautiful 110 acre campus, biking, concerts, the theater, art exhibits, discussion groups, billiards tournaments, metal shop, gardening and more. Participate in one of over 100 ‘Special Interest’ groups or spend the day playing with your grandchildren…it’s all up to you! So, what are you doing with the second half of YOUR life?

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homas Jefferson University’s School of Nursing in Philadelphia, Pa. graduates approximately 220 nurses annually. For the first time in the School‘s history, a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) has been added to their roster of hands-on training sites. Students, as part of their curriculum, are required to complete their clinical practicum in a variety of specialties such as Medical/Surgical, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Community Health Nursing. Foulkeways at Gwynedd, the first CCRC in Pennsylvania and the first Quaker CCRC on the East Coast, recently hosted 24 students from the 2012 graduating class; 16 from their traditional, 4-year Baccalaureate Nursing Program and eight from their Facilitated Academic Coursework Tract or FACT Program. FACT students have already obtained their degree in another field of study such as Biology, Social Work, or Chemistry, and will complete the Jefferson Nursing Program in one full calendar year. From January though April of this year, three groups of eight Jefferson students worked alongside the nurse practitioners and resident care nurse in the Foulkeways Resident Health Center, assisting with the Wellness Program, and with nurses and nurse assistants in the community’s Memory Support and Personal Care facility, Abington House. Students also worked with the onsite fitness director and her staff in the Fitness Center and indoor pool; with child care providers in the Child Care Center and Pre-School; and with nurse administrators collecting data, which will be used in the community’s new, computerized record-keeping system. Students not assigned to the CCRC were completing their community Health assignment spending time with school nurses, community-based visiting nurses and with correctional institution nurses at various facilities. All of the students spent two to three days a week, depending on their group assignment, getting hands-on experience in Community Service Nursing in a retirement community setting. They also conducted weekly resident-targeted health lectures, covering subjects such as ‘Breathing Easy,’ ‘Heart Health’ and ‘Mental Agility,’ to name just a few. These lectures not only provided the students with experience in public speaking, but were beneficial team-building exercises as they worked in groups to prepare audiovisual and interactive materials for the residents.

Student Nurse, Kevin Ho, helps Foulkeways resident, Mary Bartlett, adjust her resistance tubing to the proper height, prior to her exercise session.

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community, and we were blown away. We asked ourselves ‘Where are all the frail old people?’ What we saw were all these healthy people, rushing about,” said student Kevin Ho. “The whole experience was unexpected and terrific. Our expectations were so different from what we experienced. We were so impressed we’ve all started saving up so we can come here when we retire!” exclaimed Ho. “We didn’t know anything about Continuing Care Retirement Communities before we went there,” noted student Gernise Graves, “The residents were healthy and active. We have a whole new appreciation of the term, MovingPlannersF07 ‘retirement years.’” 7/10/07 10:01 AM Page 1

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quarters completed than the beleaguered troops began to suffer the ravages of hunger and disease, all while battling the assaulting forces of nature. Today, visitors can explore Washington’s restored headquarters and see the National Memorial Arch. Trace Washington’s journey to Valley Forge back in time at the Peter Wentz Farmstead, a preserved 18th century German-American family farm. Washington is rumored to have stayed in the farm house prior to the battle of Germantown. Washington’s tremendous impact on the region is also apparent at Pennypacker Mills, a fully furnished mansion and onetime headquarters of the General. Move beyond the Revolutionary War and let the region’s art and architecture take you back. The Barnes Foundation is home to one of the world’s most impressive collections of Impressionist art. The collection includes more than 2,500

works. Raymond Pitcairn, once a prominent local attorney and deeply religious man, built his dream home in Montgomery County. Glencairn, his visionary, neo-Romanesque castle, is now a museum whose sprawling rooms make a powerful showcase for religious art and artifacts. In the Evansburg District, visitors can cross the oldest bridge of its size in continuous use. The eight-arch, stone bridge was constructed in 1792. Link to the Modern World Make memories of a very different kind at the East Coast’s largest shopping center, King of Prussia Mall. More than 350 stores and more than 40 restaurants make up this shopper’s paradise. Skippack Village, one of several nearby shopping villages, provides a unique shopping experience. Visitors at these villages can stroll through quaint streets and browse items ranging from antiques to clothing. After a day of shopping, indulge in another very contemporary pleasure—a night on the town. From first rate pubs to elegant

restaurants, the options for dining out in Montgomery County are varied and interesting. Connect with the Great Outdoors A distinguished history meets a sense of adventure in Montgomery County’s 19,000 acres of county, state and federal parkland. Central Perkiomen Valley Park is one of the area’s largest parks and covers 800 acres and extends through 10 municipalities. Spring brings with it a sea of dogwood blooms to beautiful Fort Washington State Park. Recently adding a bald eagle to its rescued and rehabilitated animals, the Upper Schuylkill Valley Park attracts residents and visitors of all ages. The animals seen here include red fox, gray wolves, whitetailed deer, turkeys and a variety of barnyard animals. Combine a history lesson with a day in the park at the John James Audubon Continued on page 98

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“It’s better to move in five years too early than one week too late.” “The best time to enter a community is when you are young enough and healthy enough to enjoy all of its benefits. ‘I’m not ready’ are words that you should banish to the back of your mind as you aggressively seek the best place for you to spend your retirement years.” “There are so many interesting people here at Waverly. My advice to anyone who is thinking of making a move to do it now when you can still have fun and enjoy all that Waverly has to offer.” Take their word for it. Come visit to see for yourself why our residents are so happy!

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Center at Mill Grove. Mill Grove was the American home of author, artist, and naturalist John Audubon and is surrounded by a 175-acre wildlife sanctuary, a haven for modern day naturalists and birders. These and other County parks are complemented by thousands of acres of woodland and farmland, making even a simple drive through the countryside memorable.

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novative resources and programs. Retirement communities and senior-serving professionals also offer a full range of services and living options. Local seniors can feel confident that their changing needs will always be met. Whether they are traveling back in time or barreling toward the city on the Main Line train, Montgomery County visitors and residents can bridge the centuries with ease—from the 18th to the 21st and back again.

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on Senior Housing Dunwoody Village (see ad page 60) 3500 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073 • 610-359-4400 • www.dunwoody.org Dunwoody Village is an accredited, not-for-profit, Continuing Care Retirement Community. The community has 252 apartments and country houses clustered on a beautiful 83-acre tract of fields, woods, lawns, and gardens in the center of Newtown Square, PA. There are 81 private personal care residences and 81 private skilled nursing rooms on the campus. Amenities include fully enclosed and heated walkways, two dining rooms, casual dining and “take out”, lounges, auditorium, fitness center, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, arts and crafts room, wood shop, library, game room, gift shop, bank, hair salon, weekly housekeeping and flat linen service, transportation and door-to-door mail delivery. The community has a prime location near shopping and public transportation. Dunwoody Village is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC). 5 star rated health care.

Freedom Village Brandywine (see ad page 30) 15 Freedom Boulevard • West Brandywine, PA 19320-1549 • 484-288-2200 www.freedomvillage.com Come to Freedom Village Brandywine and discover an elegant lifestyle nestled in the countryside of beautiful Chester County. You’ll enjoy spacious accommodations, fine dining and activities to stimulate your intellectual curiosity and satisfy your social spirit. You’ll find impeccable service and incomparable style, plus peace of mind in knowing that assisted living and skilled nursing care are available at our health center, the Inn at Freedom Village. Don’t you owe it to yourself to experience the outstanding amenities and exceptional lifestyle waiting at Freedom Village? Call today for more information on our unique Home Purchase Program and/or schedule a tour of our new furnished models. The good life is more accessible than you ever imagined!

Friends Services for the Aging (see ad page 1) Friends Services for the Aging, Building 670, Suite 120, 350 Sentry Parkway , Blue Bell, PA 19422 215-646-0720 • www.fsainfo.org Confused about your options for retirement living? Call a Friend! Continuing care? Life care at home? Retirement communities? Assisted Living communities? Active Adult communities? Skilled nursing care? Wading through all the retirement living options can be confusing and overwhelming! Friends Services for the Aging can help you explore the full range of retirement options that are guided by Quaker values. East Coast, West Coast, or in between, our Quaker values lead us to a practice of inclusion; we honor the life experiences of everyone, from all backgrounds, races, and faith traditions.

Martins Run (see ad page 77) 11 Martins Run, Media PA 19063 • 800-327-3875 • www.martinsrun.org Martins Run is a nonprofit, premier senior living community in Media,Pa., minutes from the Main Line. For more than 30 years, our uppermostpriority has been to create a community that fulfills the residents’ high expectations and serves their diverse needs. We offer an array of services, including Senior Housing, Independent Living, Continuing Care, PersonalCare and Nursing. Martins Run’s new amenities include an Energy Club with an indoor, heated pool; a redesigned library; lavishly remodeled apartment-homes; Wellness Center; and several dining options, including Bill’s Bistro. The residents enjoy fine cuisine, educational enrichment and a variety of social and cultural opportunities. Our community has a rich history filled with achievements that are not in the past but are very much a part of our lives today and within all of the residents at Martins Run. We welcome you to come to Martins Run, where you’re welcomed like family.

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on Senior Housing Menno Haven (see ad page 32) 2227 Scotland Avenue, Chambersburg, PA 17201 • 800-222-6695 • 717-263-2373 • www.mennohaven.org No matter what your story, there’s a place for you at Menno Haven. We offer diverse settings to meet a variety of retirement lifestyles. Within the three campuses of Menno Village, Northfield and Penn Hall, residents can choose cottages, villas or apartments or quality health care services in personal care or nursing centers while having the security, amenities and activities of the entire Menno Haven community. Menno Haven is ideally located within driving distance of Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Model homes open. Find purpose. Live your own life. And make yours a Menno Haven story.

Springpoint Senior Living (see ad page 90) 13 Roszel Road, Suite C120 • Princeton, NJ 08540 • 800-222-0609 • www.springpointsl.org We’re New Jersey’s most trusted provider of senior housing and care, with a not-for-profit mission that’s at the heart of everything we do. Our 23 communities throughout the state — including full-service senior living and affordable housing for income-qualified seniors — offer choices to meet diverse financial needs as well as lifestyle and care preferences. Through our Springpoint Foundation, our residents enjoy world-class arts and cultural presentations, timely news and information and other life-enhancing benefits.

Rosemont Presbyterian Village (see ad on inside front cover) 404 Cheswick Place, Rosemont, PA 19010 • 610-527-6500 • www.PresbysInspiredLife.org/Rosemont Nestled in a charming suburban neighborhood, Rosemont Presbyterian Village is a peaceful oasis along the Main Line of Philadelphia, pairing quiet seclusion with excitement from the area’s best attractions. The centerpiece of Rosemont is a grand, century-old mansion, surrounded by 10 acres of beautifully maintained grounds and gardens. Choose from a range of living options, including two-bedroom garden cottages, one-bedroom apartments and studios. A Presby’s Inspired Life community, Rosemont offers both residential and personal care.

Rydal Park (see ad inside front cover) 1515 The Fairway, Rydal, PA 19046 • 215-885-6800 • www.PresbysInspiredLife.org/Rydal Amid 20 acres of woodlands, Rydal Park is a Presby’s Inspired Life community located in a unique “urban suburban” setting, a short distance from the best Philadelphia has to offer. Featuring a variety of living options, from cozy studios to luxurious two-bedroom residences, Rydal Park is the ideal place to enjoy life with amenities like a newly renovated fitness center, indoor pool and bistro café — plus a full continuum of health services available on site.

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on Senior Housing Simpson Meadows (see ad pages 137, 140) 101 Plaza Drive, Downingtown, PA 19335 • 610-269-8400 • www.simpsonmeadows.org Simpson Meadows is a beautiful continuing care retirement community in Chester County. Sponsored by Simpson Senior Services, a non-profit organization with over 145 years of experience serving seniors, Simpson Meadows combines the best of the old and the new. Independent Living, Personal Care and Alzheimer’s/Dementia care neighborhoods at Simpson Meadows continue the tradition of dignity, respect and individual independence, established so long ago. Our apartments come in a variety of sizes, complimented by spacious, landscaped gardens with walking paths, exercise room, spas, dining rooms, activity areas, reading rooms and delightful living rooms, all conveniently located.

Spring Mill Presbyterian Village (see ad on inside front cover) 2002 Joshua Road, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444 • 610-828-4848 • www.PresbysInspiredLife.org/SpringMill Located in lovely Lafayette Hill, PA, Spring Mill Presbyterian Village offers a perfect blend of privacy and peace, combined with the convenience and availability of the many attractions of suburban Philadelphia. Choose from a variety of residential living options on our 15-acre campus, including one-bedroom apartment homes and reasonably priced studios. A Presby’s Inspired Life community, Spring Mill offers countless services and amenities with the reassurance of personal care or memory support, if ever needed.

Tel Hai Retirement Community (see ad page 125) 1200 Tel Hai Circle, Honey Brook, PA 19344 • (610) 273-9333 • www.telhai.org She walked into her new home... a huge smile ran across her face. It was exactly how she dreamed it would look! We helped her select new paint colors, cabinetry, lighting, and flooring and even added a walk-in closet, additional bathroom, and a deck. We did it for her, and we can do it for you. At Tel Hai, you can make your cozy new cottage or apartment the place to call home.

White Horse Village (see ad page 13) 535 Gradyville Road, Newton Square, PA 19073 • 610-558-5000 • www.whitehorsevillage.org A non profit, CCAC accredited, continuing care retirement community for adults 62 and older located on 96 acres of woodlands and meadows adjacent to Ridley Creek State Park in Edgmont, PA. Reminiscent of New England, the beautiful country setting of this community draws many adults who wish to retire in a rural suburban environment. Amenities and services include 24 hour Security, weekly housekeeping, activities and cultural programs, evening entertainment, transportation, bank, beauty shop, wood shop, art studio, computer center, fitness, putting green, heated pool and Jacuzzi, Library, Gift and Thrift shop, a flexible meal plan, and much more. There is a Health Care Center on site providing temporary and long term skilled care as well as assisted living and included in the fees.

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continuing care communities offer support for changing health needs Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) offer long-term contracts that guarantee lifelong shelter and access to specified health care services. A staff of medical professionals is on hand to provide different levels of care, from independent living to assisted living and nursing care. A member can move up or down this continuum of care for the rest of their life. Most CCRCs establish requirements for incoming residents based on age, financial assets, income level and physical health. Residents are typically expected to move in while they are still independent to get to know the community. In return for guaranteed lifelong shelter, amenities and health care, residents usually pay a lumpsum entrance fee and regular monthly payments. There are three basic types of CCRC contracts.

An extensive contract covers shelter, residential services, and amenities, plus unlimited long-term nursing care without an increase in monthly payments (except for increases related to operating costs and inflation adjustments). An extensive contract spreads the risk of catastrophic health care costs among all residents, so that no single person faces financial ruin. Entrance fees and monthly costs under this contract are typically higher than those under modified or fee-for-service contracts. A modified continuing care contract covers shelter, residential services and amenities, plus a specified amount of nursing care. After the specified amount has been received, the resident can receive care at daily or monthly nursing care rates. A fee-for-service continuing care contract covers shelter, residential services and

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amenities. While emergency and shortterm nursing care is usually included in the contract, access to long-term nursing care is guaranteed only at daily rates. Entrance and monthly fees are lower because residents are responsible for all long-term nursing and health care costs. Most CCRCs provide a variety of residential services that may be covered by monthly fees or be available at extra cost, depending on the contract. Visit the CCRCs you are considering with a trusted family member. Immerse yourself as much as possible in the daily life and assess the management’s philosophy and its relationship with residents. To order The Continuing Care Retirement Community: A Guidebook for Consumers call LeadingAge at 202-783-2242.

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knowing the options when paying for ccrcs Most CCRCs require payment of a one-time fee, usually called the entrance fee, before moving to the community. The entrance fee amount often depends on the level of care at the time of entry, type of housing chosen (with larger units requiring a larger fee) and agreement type. The entrance fee allows the CCRC to offer lower monthly fees and provide for the future needs of residents. State regulations can impact the terms of the entrance fee and in some states, refunds are called rebates. Entrance fees are typically structured in one of three ways: Declining scale refunds, also known as amortizing entrance fees, specify a period of time in which the entrance fee will be refundable to the resident on a declining basis. For example, if an entrance fee under this arrangement

declines at the rate of 1 percent each month, after 6 months 94 percent of the entrance fee is refundable. Partially refundable entrance fees guarantee a specific percentage of the refund that will be returned within a certain period of time regardless of the term of residency. For example, 50 percent of the entrance fee may be refundable upon termination of the contract or to the estate upon the resident’s death. Full refunds offer just that, a full refund of the entrance fee. A fixed charge may be deducted before the refund is made, and the agreement generally states how long the refund is valid and under what conditions a refund is due. Entrance fees that offer full refunds are typically more expensive than those without refunds or those that are par-

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what questions to ask about fees 1. Are there financial deposits for which I am responsible? If so, what is the refund policy if I decide not to move to the community? 2. What types of service contracts or agreements are available in this community? 3. How much is the current entrance fee? Are there plans to increase the amount of this fee in the future? 4. Is there a structure for refund or rebate of entrance fees? If so, what is the time period in which the refund/rebate can be granted, and when and under what conditions will the refund/rebate be paid? 5. What services are included in the monthly fee? 6. What are the costs for additional services? 7. How does the organization determine

how often and by how much fees will be raised? 8. Over the last few years, what has been the history of monthly fee increases? How frequently have fees been raised and by what percent each time? Why were the fees increased? 9. How will I be notified of changes in the fee structure? 10. If I require more services or move to a different level of care, how will that affect my monthly fee? 11. What happens if I encounter financial difficulty? Excerpt from Consumer Guide to Understanding Financial Performance and Reporting: Enhancing People’s Lives in Continuing Care Retirement Communities. The guide is available free of charge at www.carf.org.

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portantly, adopting LeadingAge Quality First can help individuals better understand and trust the available aging-services options. For a list of Quality First communities, see pages 56-57.

Implementation and Outcome There are numerous ways providers can implement Quality First. Increasing staff awareness and upgrading equipment are some initiatives taking place as a result of Quality First.

The Core of Quality First The ten Elements of Quality that cover all aspects of aging services organizations are the basis for this philosophy. They are: Commitment, Governance and Accountability, Leading-Edge Care and Services, Community Involvement, Continuous Quality Improvement, Human Resources Development, Consumer-Friendly Information, Consumer Participation, Research Findings and Education, and Public Trust and Consumer Confidence.

Consumers Reap Benefits of Quality First Consumers can use Quality First when seeking a quality long-term care provider for themselves or a loved one. The free Consumersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Guide to Quality Aging Services includes questions consumers can ask when they visit different senior housing options and when they inquire about adult day and home health services. The guide is available for free download at http://www.leadingage.org/qualityfirst.

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Where to Live | CCRC SourceBook lists thousands of communities and centers in tremendous detail in The List (pages 117-122). For detailed maps and directions, visit SourceBook online at www.retirement-living.com.

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BUCKS COUNTY Attleboro Retirement Community 63 800-643-8515 Langhorne 136 102 179 2,053 3,613 70,500 188,300 n n Chandler Hall Health Services 58 215-860-4000 Newtown 10 136 53 1,041 1,284 195,000 255,000 n n n Christ's Home Shepherd’s Crossing 28 215-956-2270 Warminster 114 55 24 972 1,096 83,500 406,000 n n Friends Life Care 215-628-8964 Plymouth Mtg. Lutheran Community at Telford 4 215-723-9819 Telford 250 72 75 666 2,535 49,600 315,000 n n Manor at York Town, The 44-45 267-488-0398 Jamison 64 n n n Pennswood Village 35 215-504-1122 Newtown 312 37 50 2,766 7,137 95,500 384,900 n n n n Phoebe Richland Health Care Ctr. 91 267-371-4512 Richlandtown 2 143 1,120 1,220 5,000 7,500 n Pine Run Community 50 800-992-8992 Doylestown 300 107 127 1,843 5,071 10,000 335,500 n n Southampton Estates 88 215-364-3382 Southampton 351 36 120 n n n n Twining Village Retirement Community 26-27 215-396-7236 Holland 224 120 80 2,046 5,199 99,000 179,000 n n n Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown 86 267-895-1100 Doylestown 218 60 60 1,379 3,180 82,000 385,000 n n n Wood River Village 114 215-741-3030 Bensalem 279 58 17 1,779 4,398 68,950 391,400 n n

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CHESTER COUNTY Barclay Friends 1 610-696-5211 W. Chester 8 43 99 3,512 5,973 44,100 72,200 Kendall Crosslands 14 800-216-1920 Kennett Sq. 279 45 64 2,699 5,712 107,500 397,420 n n n n Devon Manor 610-688-8080 Devon 60 60 60 n n n Freedom Village Brandywine 30 484-288-2200 W, Brandywine 319 56 50 2,040 4,750 141,500 560,000 n n Friends Life Care 215-628-8964 Plymouth Mtg. Jenner's Pond Retirement Community Bk. Cov 610-869-6801 West Grove 278 60 38 n n n Kendal at Longwood 14 800-216-1920 Kennett Sq. 213 60 49 2,468 5,712 70,400 309,220 n n n n n n Makemie At Whiteland 111 484-875-9100 Exton 202 25 54 2,395 6,150 337,985 932,500 n n n Manatawny Manor 26,27 610-705-3700 Pottstown 2 59 133 2,500 2,500 30,000 30,000 n n Simpson Meadows 137,140 610-269-8400 Downingtown 94 36 19 976 6,211 12,440 168,000 n Tel Hai Retirement Community 125 610-273-9333 Honey Brook 173 87 139 814 1,772 74,500 275,000 n n n Villa Saint Martha 72 610-873-5300 Downingtown 60 60 120 1,256 2,271 25,000 50,000 n n n Ware Presbyterian Village 47 610-998-2400 Oxford 84 52 137 1,500 2,415 99,500 486,000 n n n n n Wellington at Hershey's Mill 484-653-1200 W. Chester 193 64 36 2,990 4,535 n n n Please confirm all information with communities. 

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DELAWARE COUNTY Bryn Mawr Terrace Convalescent Home

610-525-8300 Bryn Mawr

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60 610-359-4438 Newtown Sq. 243 81 81 2,509 5,772 82,000 272,800 n n n n n n

Dunwoody Village

Friends Life Care

215-628-8964 Plymouth Mtg

Granite Farm Estates

88

610-361-8221

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358 40 82

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Lima Estates

88

610-627-2590

Media

300 36 60

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Martins Run

77

610-353-7660

Media

171 30 60 1,400 6,496 72,000 372,000 n n n n

Quadrangle, The

42 610-642-3000 Haverford 349 115 78 3,115 7,825 81,000 587,000 n n n n

Renaissance Gardens at Maris Grove

83 610-387-4626 Glen Mills 740 66 66 1,600 1,840 164,000 325,000 n n n 20

Riddle Village Retirement Community

610-891-3700

Media

365 49 86 1,785 6,158 101,136 463,558 n n n n n

Ins. Fr. 610-527-6500 Rosemont 153 79 146 2,061 4,132 52,356 175,049 n n n n

Rosemont Presbyterian Village

13 610-558-5000 Newtown Sq. 350 48 59 1,755 6,500 67,000 380,000 n n n n n n

White Horse Village

LANCASTER COUNTY Brethren Village

717-569-2657

Lancaster 400 78 175 498 1,248 10,000 190,000 n n n n

Calvary Fellowship Homes

717-393-0711

Lancaster

220 42 45

754 1,298 44,000 190,500 n n

Garden Spot Village

717-355-6000 New Holland 542 86 73

920 1,900 79,000 360,000 n n n n n

110 717-397-4831

Lancaster

Landis Homes

10,115 717-569-3271

Lititz

419 97 103 584 1,680 40,000 256,000 n n n n n

Luther Acres

43 717-626-1171

Lititz

352 70 106 701 2,035 48,000 392,400 n n n

Homestead Village

Moravian Manor

820 2,524 42,000 363,750 n n n n n n

Lititz

89 61 127 800 9,500 112,000 498,000 n n n

Manheim

152 96 133 n n n n

717-285-5443

Columbia

68 53 121 805 1,670 3,000 10,000 n n n

St. John's Herr Estate 43 717-684-0678  

Columbia

132 40

Pleasant View Retirement Community

717-626-0214

277 36 60

118,160 717-665-2445

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31,121 717-390-4103

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730 1,229 42,000 276,700 n n n

800-770-5445 Lancaster 1497 219 285 1,204 3,653 73,500 428,500 n n n n n 717-445-8741

Lancaster Narvon

421 165 190 1,038 3,078 50,000 270,000 n n n n 58 26 87

480 5,100 157,000 173,000 n

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY Beaumont at Bryn Mawr 92 610-526-7004 Bryn Mawr 200 15 46 4,013 6,927 n n n n n Brittany Pointe Estates 88 215-855-3826 Lansdale 280 37 92 n n n Dock Woods 23 215-368-4438 Lansdale 363 71 72 869 2,464 90,500 329,000 n n n Elm Terrace Gardens 215-361-5600 Lansdale 125 60 72 1,280 8,700 45,000 130,000 n Fort Washington Estates 88 215-628-4156 Ft. Washington 104 18 40 n Foulkeways at Gwynedd 94 215-283-7072 Gwynedd 312 57 44 2,611 7,390 84,000 412,000 n n n n Friends Life Care 215-628-8964 Plymouth Mtg Friends Services for the Aging - Quaker Comm. 1 215- 646-0720 Blue Bell Gwynedd Estates 88 215-628-4156 Ambler 181 20 n n n HCR/ManorCare - Huntington Valley 215-938-7171 Huntington n Meadowood at Worcester 98 610-584-1000 Worcester 300 51 59 1,247 6,340 88,000 642,900 n n n n Normandy Farms Estates 88 215-661-1614 Blue Bell 371 58 73 n n n Peter Becker Community 36 215-256-9501 Harleysville 284 47 72 1,027 2,606 46,500 361,500 n n n Phoebe Wyncote 91 215-461-2102 Wyncote 26 19 58 3,500 3,600 n Rydal Park Ins. Fr. 215-885-6800 Rydal 328 60 120 1,952 6,630 57,000 500,770 n n n Shannondell at Valley Forge 33 610-728-5200 Audubon 891 48 60 1,155 3,033 119,200 659,900 n n n n Souderton Mennonite Homes 23 215-723-9881 Souderton 201 129 61 950 1,592 78,000 187,500 n n Spring House Estates 88 215-628-4429 Gwynedd 318 52 96 n n St. Mary Manor 37 215-368-0900 Lansdale 2 90 120 1,926 2,247 37,000 n Waverly Heights 97 610-645-8764 Gladwyne 220 24 44 2,250 8,198 206,040 938,290 n n n n n Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland 86 215-675-0103 Hatboro 150 33 831 2,354 64,000 426,000 n n

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PHILADELPHIA Cathedral Village 54 Deer Meadows 67 Friends Life Care Holy Redeemer Lafayette 124 Paul's Run Retirement Community 78 Philadelphia Protestant Home

215-984-8621 Philadelphia 293 50 148 2,570 6,080 64,000 341,000 n n n n n 215-624-7575 Philadelphia 126 126 206 2,000 2,900 10,000 160,000 n n n 215-628-8964 Plymouth Mtg 215-214-2877 Philadelphia 238 56 145 2,199 2,751 68,600 85,800 n n 215-934-3000 Philadelphia 257 66 120 1,700 3,650 n 215-697-8014 Philadelphia 277 172 116 613 1,036 47,040 134,925 n n

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118 56 154 1,481 2,571 10,000 94,000 n n 89 1,200 2,050 149,900 200,000 n n 263 88 127 n 43 70 120 2,144 4,386 30,000 120,000 n n 75 25 120 1,675 2,550 60,000 90,000 n n

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215-878-3600 866-870-8601 877-775-3581 215-991-7110 215-624-5800

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OTHER PENNSYLVANIA Bethany Village 120 717-766-0279 Mechanicsburg 400 100 69 1,085 2,177 108,700 497,000 n n n n Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village 26-27 570-524-2221 Lewisburg 92 40 102 723 1,202 75,000 447,700 Cornwall Manor 717-273-2647 Cornwall 301 30 108 1,200 2,390 19,000 445,000 n n n Cross Keys Village -The Brethren Home 123 888-624-8242 New Oxford 450 95 270 598 2,200 48,000 300,000 n n n n Cumberland Crossings 26-27 717-240-6013 Carlisle 115 45 59 1,400 1,600 135,000 172,000 n n n E.C.C. Retirement Village 800-223-5704 Myerstown 181 30 60 1,071 2,068 n Foxdale Village 1 800-253-4951 State College 148 35 32 2,421 5,474 80,000 364,000 n n Frey Village 26-27 717-930-1200 Middletown 51 35 136 841 1,527 47,000 211,200 Gettysburg Lutheran Retirement Village 21 717-334-6204 Gettysburg 78 17 100 593 647 62,300 245,000 n Green Ridge Village 800-969-4450 Newville 128 62 79 929 2,760 45,000 299,000 n n n n Highlands at Wyomissing, The 610-775-2300 Wyomissing 288 66 80 1,430 5,490 77,900 535,900 n n n n Homewood at Plum Creek 66 717-637-4166 Hanover 298 104 120 644 2,012 59,100 288,200 n n n n Kirkland Village 610-691-4504 Bethlehem 158 33 60 2,105 4,984 64,260 522,572 n n n n Luther Crest 26-27 800-606-3424 Allentown 264 29 60 1,428 3,790 69,000 573,200 n n Luther Ridge Retirement Community 21 717-264-5700 Chambersburg 86 33 645 645 98,500 222,400 n n Lutheran Home at Topton, The 26-27 610-682-1400 Topton 103 92 213 n n n Lutheran Retirement Village at Utz Terrace 21 717-637-0633 Hanover 112 46 40 757 2,558 65,000 237,000 n n Meadows at Maria Joseph Manor 570-271-1000 Danville 112 95 90 n Menno Haven Retirement Communities 32 800-222-6695 Chambersburg 570 176 213 711 1,045 54,400 373,700 n n n n Messiah Village 717-790-8201 Mechanicsburg 275 170 184 n n n n Moravian Hall Square 112 610-746-1000 Nazareth 128 86 61 n n Ohesson 26-27 717-242-5763 Lewistown 33 134 62,000 321,200 n Phoebe Allentown 91 610-435-9037 Allentown 88 55 395 1,731 3,137 n n Please confirm all information with communities. 

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91 610-678-8795 Wernersville 271 81 90 1,400 3,490 n n n n

Presbyterian Village at Hollidaysburg

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Quincy

930 1,140 68,000 210,000 n n n

183 32 134 751 1,185 72,500 238,350 n n n n

717-227-3000 Shrewsbury 81 68 100 581

581 96,900 130,900 n n n

St. Andrew's Village

724-464-1600

Indiana

30 22 131 2,134 2,782 43,890 97,780 n n n n

St. Anne's Retirement Community

717-285-5443

Columbia

68 53 121 805 1,670 3,000 10,000 n n n

StoneRidge Village

717-866-3200 Myerstown 179 30 60 1,241 4,444 46,206 145,000 n

Village at Kelly Drive, The

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Village at Penn State, The Village at Sprenkle Drive, The

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800-238-3173 State College 150 9 717-764-9994

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46,400 126,700 n n

27 2,669 5,218 181,500 431,500 n n n n

140 0 104 677

69,200 207,300 n n

Westminster Village - Allentown

610-782-8300 Allentown

Westminster Woods at Huntingdon

800-392-7981 Huntingdon 84 34 64 1,212 1,484 138,000 165,000 n n n n

67 20 111 2,263 3,482 68,355 213,692 n n n

Woodland Retirement Community

814-447-0364 Orbisonia

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0 125 1,089 1,677

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856-667-5756 Cherry Hill 856-439-2060 Moorestown 200 40 60 2,930 6,372 102,000 421,615 n n n n n 800-331-4302

Medford

426 61 67

782 5,230 68,600 760,000 n n n n n n

CAMDEN COUNTY Cadbury at Cherry Hill

87 800-422-3287 Cherry Hill 138 64 120 1,279 5,207 52,000 270,000 n n n n

Collingswood Manor

856-854-4331 Collingswood 80 116 60 2,920 4,000 6,600 12,000 n n

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856-753-2000

Lions Gate

Atco

126 856-782-1200 Voorhees

252 59 60 2,015 3,882 39,900 177,870 n n n 164 70 78 2,230 4,635 147,000 382,000 n n n n n

ESSEX COUNTY Winchester Gardens

Ins. Bk 800-742-5292 Maplewood 202 115

3,000 7,000 279,000

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MERCER COUNTY Meadow Lakes

90 800-564-5705 East Windsor 268 44 60 1,475 6,000 56,000 635,000 n n n n n n n

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OTHER NEW JERSEY Applewood Estates

46 800-438-0888 Freehold

306 40 60 1,635 5,500 69,000 645,000 n n n n

Arbor Glen

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90 800-842-2480 Red Bank

110 19 43 2,500 6,300 126,750 396,500 n n n

Crestwood Manor

90 866-662-7359

336 32 64 2,147 4,876 69,000 230,000 n n n n n n

908-595-6500 Bridgewater 202 35 50 1,983 4,777 130,428 430,540 n n n

Whiting

8,116 856-769-1500 Woodstown 75 70 60 1,623 3,461 135,000 310,000 n n

Friends Village at Woodstown Leisure Park

19 732-370-0444 Lakewood

Monroe Village

90 866-859-2276 Monroe Twp. 286 28 60 1,375 4,079 50,400 349,000 n n n n n

Oscar & Ella Wilf Campus for Senior Living

800-574-5760 Somerset

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732-918-9100 Tinton Falls 1200 76 82 3,500 5,100 112,000 451,000 n n n n

Stonebridge at Montgomery

90 800-218-3456

Skillman

100 60 250 n n

212 60 40 3,137 6,270 125,000 561,350 n n n n n n

STATE OF DELAWARE Cadbury at Lewes

34 800-390-8298

Cokesbury Village

88 800-530-2377 Hockessin 240 49 48

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800-976-7610 Wilmington 144 36 48

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Forwood Manor

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302-529-1600 Wilmington 141 37 72 3,000 8,000 2,800 10,000 n n

Foulk Manor North

19 302-478-4296 Wilmington 67 43 44

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Lewes

130 45 40 2,174 3,771 198,000 561,500 n n n n

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Manor House

88 800-775-4593

Seaford

114 45 60

Millcroft

19

302-366-0160

Newark

62 26 110 3,258 6,577 3,258

6,577 n n

Shipley Manor

19

302-479-0111 Wilmington 62 15 82 3,220 8,070 3,220

6,150 n n

Westminster Village -Dover

302-744-3542

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119 59 60 1,542 2,508 69,000 271,000 n n n n

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what is available and how to qualify According to LeadingAge, formerly the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, a person can rent an apartment either at the market rate or, if his or her income level applies, a lower rate. These apartments are often designed with seniors in mind. For example, there may be railings in bathrooms or power outlets higher up on the wall. Many communities also offer a 24hour emergency call service and some may also provide different kinds of services such as meals, transportation, social activities and other programs. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds several rental assistance programs for seniors who qualify. These programs include public housing or low-income housing that is owned and operated by

a local housing authority. To apply for public housing or Section 8 certificates or vouchers, you must go to your housing authority. Each housing authority has a system for accepting applications. Their representatives can explain their system and how to find an available apartment. HUD’s Section 202 program includes apartments where the government provides subsidies directly to owners of qualified properties developed with loans or grants from the federal government. The owners pass along the federal rental assistance subsidy to qualified residents to cover the gap between the resident payment, generally 30 percent of adjusted income, and rent costs. To apply for housing in a privately-owned affordable housing community, a person will have to visit the management office for

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understanding the process I participated in almost 700 interviews, all the same, yet all different. I would meet with the elder first and answer his questions. I would find out where he was currently living and why he wanted to move. Then the family members joined us. I would answer more questions, discuss the entrance requirements, and go through the activity calendar. I would then ask for the required documents. I also read aloud a document to them, to prevent any misunderstanding, about what we had done that day and what the next steps were. I then took the whole group on a tour of an apartment and the common areas. I made sure to introduce the applicant by name to all residents and staff who passed by us on the tour. For some senior buildings, the procedure is to have you fill out an application and return it to the staff before you come for the interview. For some places, you have to pay to be on the waiting list. You should understand what each building requires.

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What will my apartment or room look like? n How much will it cost me to live here each month? n What kind of meal program do you offer? n How large is the staff and what kind of care will I receive? n What activities do you offer? n W hat are the rules about coming and going and having visitors and pets? n W hen would I be able to move in and what happens on move-in day? n What am I allowed to bring? n W ho will decide when I have to move out of here? n Would I be happy here? n

What Your Answers Should Be All your answers should be honest ones. If you do not remember an answer, it is fine to write down the question and tell the interviewer that you will get back to him. You should feel at the end of the interview that you were treated well, that you understand the requirements for Questions You Should Ask living in the facility, and that you know n What are the good/bad points about what will happen from that day on in rethis facility? gard to the application process. You probn Do I meet the financial requirements? ably will be asked to sign many papers at

For some places, you have to pay to be on the waiting list. You should understand what each building requires

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Attleboro Retirement Community

Center Square Towers

800-643-8515

Langhorne

136

2,053

3,613

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352

n

n n n

215-345-7550

Doylestown

Chandler Hall Health Services

58

215-860-4000

Newtown

10

1,041

1,284 n n n n n n

Christ’s Home Shepherd’s Crossing

28

215-956-1802

Warminster

114

972

1,096

215-345-4300

Doylestown

125

865

1,292

215-968-9222

Newtown

57

1,430

Franklin Park Apartments 64

Friends Home and Friends Village

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n n n n n

n

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2,830

n n n n n

Galilee Village

215-547-5580

Levittown

120

n

n n

Gloria Dei Plaza

215-968-7606

Newtown

109

n

n n n n

Heathergate at Oxford Valley

(215) 891-5500

Langhorne

1,170

Hidden Meadows on the Ridge

215-257-6701

Sellersville

15

2,700

4

215-723-9819

Telford

250

666

2,535

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Jamison

64

1,750

2,400

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Lutheran Community at Telford Manor at York Town, The

25

791

n

n n n n n

Morrisville Presbyterian Apartments

215-295-8696

Morrisville

99

n

n n

New Hope Manor

215-295-1443

New Hope

100

610

n

n n n

1,600

n

Pennswood Village

35

215-504-1122

Newtown

312

2,766

7,137

Phoebe Richland

91

267-371-4512

Richlandtown

2

1,120

1,220

Pickering Manor Home

15

215-968-3878

Newtown

Pine Run

50

800-992-8992

Doylestown

88

215-364-3382

Southampton Estates

26-27 215-396-7236

Twining Village Retirement Community

n

n n n n n n n n n n n n

34

n n n n

300

5,071

n

n n n n n n n

Southampton 351

n

n n n n n n n

Holland

224

1,843 2,146

5,208

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Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown

86

267-895-1100

Doylestown

218

1,351

3,117

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Wood River Village

114

215-741-3030

Bensalem

279

1,779

4,398

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CHESTER COUNTY Ashbridge Manor

11

610-269-8800

Downingtown 123

1,650

2,650

Barclay Friends

1

610-696-5211

West Chester

3,690

6,250 n n n n

Cartmel & Coniston

14

800-216-1920 Kennett Square 96

1,967 n n n n

610-942-4242

2,070

Colonial Woods 14

Kendall Crosslands

Devon Manor 30

Freedom Village Brandywine

Genesis HealthCare- Highgate at Paoli Pointe 84

Harrison House of Coatesville

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800-216-1920 Kennett Square 279

2,699

5,712

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60

2,554

3,993

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484-288-2200 West Brandywine 319 610-296-7100 610-384-6310

Devon

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2,040

4,750

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1,985

2,085

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3,300

4,320

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Kennett Sq. Coatesville

27

975

610-273-9301

Honey Brook

46

2,500

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1

484-760-6300

West Chester

70

2,200

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West Grove

278

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Kendal at Longwood

14

800-216-1920

Kennett Sq.

213

2,468

5,712

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Makemie At Whiteland

111

484-875-9100

Exton

202

2,395

6,150

n

610-857-9281

Parkesburg

45

25

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Heatherwood Retirement Community Hickman, The

128

6

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610-688-8080

6,141 610-444-2577

Friends Home in Kennett

Glenmoore

7

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Tel Hai Retirement Community

Trinity House Apts.

610-273-9333

814

1,772

Berwyn

132

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Honey Brook 173

610-296-3337

Dining Facilities

6,211

Fitness Center

976

Gardening Area

94

Beauty/Barber Shop

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72

610-873-5300

Downingtown

60

1,925

3,522

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Ware Presbyterian Village

47

610-998-2400

Oxford

84

1,500

2,415

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West Chester 193

2,990

4,535

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Wellington at Hershey’s Mill

484-653-1200

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DELAWARE COUNTY Center Square Towers

215-345-7550

Doylestown

352

Darby Town Houses

610-522-1131

Sharon Hill

172

562

610-359-4438

Newtown Sq

243

2,509

Genesis HealthCare-Residences at Chestnut Ridge

60

610-447-0710

Chester

68

605

Grace Court

610-623-3083

Yeadon

100

610-361-8221

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Dunwoody Village

605

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714

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Granite Farms Estates

88

Lima Estates

88

610-627-2590

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300

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Martins Run

77

610-353-7660

Media

171

6,496

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Yeadon

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400

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Mercy Court - Elderly Housing Palmerhouse

610-874-6767

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Park View at Naaman’s Creek

610-485-8050

Chichester

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630

850

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Plush Mills

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610-690-1630

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42

610-642-3000

Haverford

349

3,115

7,825

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Renaissance Gardens at Maris Grove

83

610-387-4626

Glen Mills

800

1,620

1,840

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Riddle Village Retirement Community

20

610-891-3700

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365

1,785

6,158

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153

2,061

4,132

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Stinson Tower White Horse Village Woodbrook House Apartments

610-874-1421

Rosemont Chester

150

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1,755

6,500

610-356-7583

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LANCASTER COUNTY Brethren Village

717-569-2657

Garden Spot Village

717-355-6000

110

Homestead Village

Lancashire Terrace Retirement Village 43

Luther Acres

Moravian Manor Pleasant View

43

The Long Community at Highland Willow Valley Retirement Communities Woodcrest Villa/ Mennonite Home Comm.

498

1,248

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New Holland 542

920 820

1,900

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Lancaster

277

2,524

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717-569-3215

Lancaster

104

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n n n n n n

Lititz

419

717-626-1171

Lititz

352

701

2,035

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717-626-0214

Lititz

89

800

2,000

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118,160 717-665-2445

St. John’s Herr Estate

400

717-397-4831

10,115 717-569-3271

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Lancaster

584

1,686 n n n n n n n n n n n n n

Manheim

96 n n n n n n

717-684-0678

Columbia

132

730

1,129

n n n

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717-381-4914

Lancaster

169

1,600

2,400

n

n n n n n n

800-770-5445

Lancaster

1497

1,204

3,653

n

n n n n n n n

31,121 717-390-4103

Lancaster

421

1,038

3,078

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480

565

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Gardening Area

58

Beauty/Barber Shop

Narvon

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717-445-8741

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Hatfield

60

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Advanced Living at Schwenckfeld Manor

215-362-0227

Lansdale

223

n

n

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Advanced Living at Schwenckfeld Terrace

215-362-0227

Lansdale

63

187

690

n

n n n n n n

215-513-4250

Harleysville

150

2,395

3,695

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29

Arbour Square of Harleysville

Ardmore House 92

Beaumont at Bryn Mawr

88

Buchert Ridge Community

99

610-649-8761

Ardmore

63

Bryn Mawr

200

4,013

6,927

95

3,065

4,690

n

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280

n

n n n n n n n

215-855-3826

East Norriton Lansdale

n

n n n n n n n n n

610-323-5190

Pottstown

47

681

1,000

n n n

610-642-6410

Wynnewood

21

1,500

3,000

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Dock Woods

215-368-4438

Lansdale

363

869

2,464

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215-361-5600

Lansdale

125

1,280

3,550

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23

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Fort Washington Estates

88

215-628-4156 Ft.t Washington 104

n

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Foulkeways at Gwynedd

94

215-283-7072

Gwynedd

312

2,611

7,390

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Frederick Mennonite Community

610-754-7878

Frederick

108

1,298

2,314

n

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1

215- 646-0720

Blue Bell

Gloria Dei Farms

215-659-4100

Hatboro

144

921

1,092 n n n n

Gloria Dei Manor

215-947-8754

Huntingdon

110

542

705

n

Gloria Dei Towers

215-947-6944

Huntingdon

175

469

537

n

n n n n

Golden Age Manor

610-948-4909

Royersford

85

n

n n

215-628-4156

Ambler

Highland Manor Apartments

88

610-287-5051

Schwenksville

85

Jefferson East Apartments

610-539-4844

Norristown

200

Marshall Lee Towers

610-825-2485 Conshohocken 80

Gwynedd Estates

98

Meadowood at Worcester

Moreland Towers Apts . 88

440

1,247 412

371

Park View at Oak Crest

215-256-0840

Harleysville

100

610-948-8800

Royersford

15 284

1,027

91 99

Saunders House 33

Shannondell at Valley Forge

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830

n n n n n n n

636

859

n n n n n n n

1,350

1,950

n n n n

2,606

n n n n n n n

630

n

215-256-9501

Harleysville Hatfield

40

215-461-2102

Wyncote

26

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328

1,948

6,630

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610-326-6282

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227

489

681

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610-658-5100

Wynnewood

15

n

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610-728-5200

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891

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610-326-6200

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100

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215-368-8891

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138

Parkhouse Providence Pointe

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300

75

36

n

Hatboro Blue Bell

n n n n n n n

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Worcester

510

n

n n n n

n n n

215-674-5058

Elkins Park

Peter Becker Community

650

610-584-1000 215-661-1614

Pleasant Grove Apartments

n

181

215-572-4490

Normandy Farms Estates

Park View at Cheltenham

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Charles C. Knox Home Elm Terrace Gardens

130

838

610-526-7004

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Brightview East Norriton Brittany Pointe Estates

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Spring House Estates

88

215-628-4429

Gwynedd

318

n

n n n n n n n

Lafayette Hill

14

1,672

3,559

n n n n n n n

St. Mary Manor

37

215-368-0900

Lansdale

2

3,074

3,922

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Still Waters Community

99

215-673-5994

Pennsburg

50

750

1,000

n n n

60

3,400

3,890

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Spring Mill Presbyterian Village

Ins. Fr 610-828-4848

950

Wellness Center

201

Dining Facilities

Souderton

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215-723-9881

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23

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215-576-8899

Abington

Valley Manor Apartments

215-256-4303

Harleysville

40

Waverly Heights

97

610-645-8764

Gladwyne

220

2,250

8,198

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Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland

86

215-675-0103

Hatboro

150

1,291

2,307

n

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PHILADELPHIA 801 Residence /APWH

215-925-9090

Philadelphia

299

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Angela Court

212-222-7000

Philadelphia

67

Ascension Manor

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Philadelphia

140

425

520

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Atria Center City

215-564-5455

Philadelphia

135

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B’rith Sholom House

2,800

6,080

n n n n n n n

215-877-3445

Philadelphia

357

715

1,260

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Cathedral Village

54

215-984-8621

Philadelphia

293

2,570

6,080

n

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Deer Meadows

67

215-624-7575

Philadelphia

128

2,550

n

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Dunlap Apartments, The

215-747-3200

Philadelphia

35

Gloria Dei Estates

215-728-0300

Philadelphia

212

Guild House

215-923-1539

Philadelphia

90

Harbor View Independent Living & Assisted Living

215-824-4200

Philadelphia

121

1,872

2,478

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Hayes Manor Retirement Residence

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124

745

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215-877-1565

Philadelphia

87

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215-763-5505

Philadelphia

103

n

215-934-3000

Philadelphia

257

1,700

3,650

n

613

1,036

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78

Philadelphia Protestant Home

215-697-8014

Philadelphia

277

Riverside Presbyterian Tower

215-563-6200

Philadelphia

130

Sacred Heart Manor

215-438-5268

Philadelphia

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113

215-878-3600

Philadelphia

118

1,481

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37

215-463-1101

Philadelphia

75

578

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St. Mary’s Convent

215-922-4228

Philadelphia

33

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Washington Square West

215-238-9460

Philadelphia

132

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24,119 877-775-3581

Philadelphia

263

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86

215-971-7110

Philadelphia

43

1,926

3,041

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Wesley Enhanced Living Pennypack Park

86

215-624-5800

Philadelphia

75

1,836

2,961

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Philadelphia

125

925

1,495

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610-863-1569

Lebanon

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Lewisburg

92

723

1,202

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Pen Argyl

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1,500

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Cornwall

301

1,200

2,390

610-395-7160

Allentown

72

1,616

3,135

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Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Comm.

123

26-27

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Frey Village

21

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610-374-3122

Wyomissing

35

1,400

3,000

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888-624-8242

New Oxford

450

598

2,200

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717-240-6013

Carlisle

115

1,400

1,600

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800-223-5704

Myerstown

181

1,071

2,068

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717-930-1200

Middletown

51

841

1,527

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717-334-6204

Gettysburg

78

593

647

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Green Ridge Village

800-969-4450

Newville

128

929

2,760

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Highland Point Retirement Community

570-820-7005

Wilkes Barre

100

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Highlands at Wyomissing, The

610-775-2300

Wyomissing

288

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717-637-4166

Hanover

298

644

2,012

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610-691-4504

Bethlehem

158

2,105

4,984

n

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Allentown

264

1,428

3,790

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645

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Gettysburg Lutheran Retirement Village

66

Homewood at Plum Creek

Kirkland Village

26-27 800-606-3424

Luther Crest

21

Luther Ridge Retirement Community

717-264-5700

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21

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1,430

5,490

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Topton

103

n n n n n n n

717-637-0633

Hanover

112

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570-271-1000

Danville

112

n

n n n n n n n

843

32

800-222-6695 Chambersburg 570

112

610-746-1000

Nazareth

128

26-27

717-242-5753

Lewistown

33

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711

Bethlehem

1,045

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Park View at Bethlehem

610-625-4999

Park View at Manchester Heights

717-767-1184

York

64

520

660

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Park View at Tyler Run

717-854-6909

York

80

520

645

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Parkview at Manchester Heights Phoebe Allentown

91

Phoebe Berks Village

91

717-767-1184

York

64

520

630

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610-794-5300

Allentown

88

1,731

3,137

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610-678-8795

Wernersville

271

1,400

3,490

Presbyterian Village at Hollidaysburg

866-499-5042

Hollidaysburg

30

930

1,400

Rolling Meadows at Rentzel Farm

410-787-0795

Manchester

242

717-227-3000

Shrewsbury

81

651

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Shrewsbury Lutheran Retirement Village

St. Andrew’s Village

724-464-1600

Indiana

30

2,134

2,782

717-285-5443

Lancaster

68

805

1,670

Lancaster

132

695

1,170

43

St. John’s Herr Estate

21

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2,263

3,482

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Westminster Woods of Huntingdon

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Huntingdon

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1,212

1,484

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Woodland Retirement Community

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Orbisonia

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1,089

1,677

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Woods at Cedar Run

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Camp Hill

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1,880

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Moorestown

200

2,930

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609-735-7711

Browns Mills

40

360

6,372 410

Greenleaf, The

856-235-4884

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1,300

2,000

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12

609-239-3900

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178

3,955

6,084

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The Weston Club

127

856-988-7575

Marlton

240

1,823

1,951

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856-983-0411

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138

961

2,401

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1,279

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Collingswood Manor

856-854-4331

Collingswood

80

2,920

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856-772-0904

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352

751

865

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856-753-2000

Atco

252

2,015

3,882

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4,635

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87 800-422-3287

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856-782-1200

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164

2,230

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Manor at Saint Marys

856-874-5400

Cherry Hill

100

2,766

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Yardley Commons

856-772-1313

Voorhees

105

2,050

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Lions Gate

126

5,207

3,350

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856-491-4039

Woodbury

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1,800

3,100

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38

Yorkshire Village

800-708-7007

Princeton

294

1,526

2,716

n

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609-520-1100

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99

995

1,450

n

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OTHER NEW JERSEY Applewood Estates 46 800-438-0888 Freehold 306 1,635 5,500 n n n n n n n Atrium at Navesink Harbor, The

90

800-842-2480

Red Bank

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2,500

6,300

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Bella Terra

81

732-730-9500

Jackson

124

2,525

4,255

n

n n n n n n n

West Caldwell 206

Crane’s Mill Retirement Community Crestwood Manor

90

Edison Woods Seniors

973-276-3035

n

n n n n n n

866-662-7359

Whiting

336

2,147

4,876

n n n n n n n

732-549-7374

Edison

100

800

940

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87

766

1,113

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Heritage Village at Lambertville Leisure Park

19

732-370-0444

Monroe Village

90

866-859-2276

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75

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Park Terrace

732-680-1160

Rahway

140

1,025

1,775

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Regal Pointe

732-957-0083

Middletown

127

2,700

3100

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Silver Terrace Apartments

609-567-7100

Hammonton

90

Stonebridge at Montgomery

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732-568-1155

Somerset

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100

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302-79806846

Claymont

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105

302-659-5800

Smyrna

Cadbury at Lewes

34

800-390-8298

Lewes

302-322-6323

New Castle

120

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130

2,174

3,771

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Cokesbury Village

88

800-530-2377

Hockessin

240

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88

302-426-8112

Wilmington

144

n n n n n n n

Forwood Manor

19

302-529-1600

Wilmington

141

2,600

5,500

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19

302-478-4296

Wilmington

67

2,300

3,900

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800-205-9342

Newark

56

2,474

3,959

n

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Golden Meadows

302-846-9655

Delmar

32

n

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Ingleside Retirement Apartments

302-575-0250

Wilmington

208

1,385

2,950

n

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Lorelton, The

302-573-3580

Wilmington

82

3,103

5,627

n

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Luther Towers I & II

302-652-8797

Wilmington

370

282

375

n

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Marrow’s Court Apartments

302-453-9596

Newark

50

n

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Manor House

88

800-775-4593

Seaford

114

n n n n n n n

Millcroft

19

302-366-0160

Newark

62

3,258

4,499

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Rockland Place

25

877-506-8404

Wilmington

93

2,995

4,095

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Shady Grove 11

302-436-9939

Selbyville

25

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Shady Grove 111

302-436-9939

Selbyville

20

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302-479-0111

Wilmington

62

3,220

5,079

n

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Stonegates Retirement Community

302-658-6200

Greenville

162

2,338

5,105

n

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Westminster Village - Dover

302-744-3542

Dover

119

1,542

2,508

n

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Wild Meadows

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ssisted Living/Personal Care communities offer housing and a variety of supportive services delivered by qualified staff members. As opposed to independent living communities, health care services are available at these facilities. In January 2011, the state of Pennsylvania instituted changes in legislation regarding the use of the term “assisted living.” The state’s new term “personal care home” is defined as follows: “A premise in which food, shelter and personal assistance or supervision are provided for a period exceeding 24 hours, for four or more adults who are not relatives of the operator, who do not require the services in or of a licensed long-term care facility, but who do require assistance or supervision in activities of daily living or instrumental activities of daily living.” Assisted Living/Personal Care community amenities vary widely but can include private units, state-of-the-art facilities, beautifully decorated common areas, barber shops and beauty parlors, pharmacies, physical therapy services, recreation rooms, libraries, gardening areas, and fitness centers. Consumers will quickly find that these communities can range in size from large communities with 100 or more residents toAcorn smallGlen homes 15 or 12:38 fewer resiF05with 7/8/05 PM dents.

nities are equipped with security systems and emergency call systems are often available in all residences. For residents with more acute health care needs, such as Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, special units and/or specially trained staff members are often available. In addition, communities offer a wide range of social activities to stimulate resident contact. Standard activities include religious services, educational programs, games, clubs and entertainment. Many communities also offer exercise and wellness programs. Often, activities are catered to and driven by resident interests.

Assisted Living and Personal Care communities offer housing and a variety of supportive services delivered by qualified staff members.

Who Needs It? Residents usually include anyone who needs some help with the activities of daily life. The activities of daily living include eating, bathing, dressing, transferring, toileting, medication management and walking. Most communities offer three meals a day served in a common dining area. Many also offer some type of assistance with transportation. Housekeeping and laundry services are standard offerings. Staff 1members are available to meet resiPage dent needs 24 hours a day. Most commu-

Choosing a Community It is a good idea to carefully review several of the available options. First and foremost, consider the needs and desires of the potential resident. Begin the initial process of narrowing the search by reviewing a list of all the local communities. Request a brochure from your top choices, as well as other specific information communities can provide such as the resident agreement or contract, a list of services and amenities, detailed prices, staffing information, admission and discharge criteria, and community rules. It is advisable to visit a facility more than once to get a complete feel of the lifestyle at the community. Talk with staff and residents and tour the entire facility.

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know your options when paying for care When considering potential assisted living communities, it is important to research your payment options. Although Medicare does not cover the costs of assisted living, there are a variety of payment sources available. The National Center for Assisted Living reports that “certain services are paid under Supplementary Security Income and Social Services Block Grant programs.” Individuals who meet income qualifications may also be eligible for assistance through their state Medicaid program. Some communities also offer internal financial assistance programs. State and local governments may offer subsidies for rent to those that are income-eligible. Contact the local Area Agency on Aging for more information on subsidies and other payment assistance programs. Long-term care insurance policies pro-

vide another financing option for assisted living. Most of these policies will cover the costs of assisted living. Some of the costs of assisted living are also reimbursable through individual health insurance policies. While there are other payment options available, the vast majority of assisted living/personal care costs are covered through private payments by residents and families. The nationwide average cost for an assisted living/personal care residence is $2,714 per month or $32,572 annually. These figAgencies on Aging can provide informaures are averages only and do not account Area tion on subsidies and other payment assistance for more affordable or subsidized options programs for assisted living/personal care. that are available in most areas. Individuals should investigate all available payment community. sources and obtain specific information Financial and insurance experts can on standard rates and fees for additional provide more detailed information about services before choosing an assisted living all the available payment sources.

assisted living/personal care service plans According to the Consumer Consortium on Assisted Living (CCAL), a resident service plan is a blueprint for their care that describes their needs, likes and preferences and the specific manner in which this care will be delivered. Prepared thoroughly and thoughtfully, the service plan can help a resident achieve their highest level of function and quality of life. The service plan uses an interdisciplinary approach and includes the resident, the family if the resident wishes, the facility nurse and resident service coordinator, and may also include the activity

and dining directors. Many states require that assisted living facilities prepare service plans for each resident. Even if the state does not require it, a well run facility will use them. CCAL recommends that service plans be reevaluated every six months or anytime if there is a significant change in a resident’s health status including a hospitalization. For more information, visit the Consumer Consortium on Assisted Living website at www.ccal.org

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4. Ask to review a copy of the Resident Agreement (facility contract). 5. Ask to review the licensing or certification inspection report. 6. Call the Long Term Care Ombudsman program and ask if there are complaints about the facilities you are interested in. Contact the ElderCare Locator at 1-800-677-1116 or www.eldercare.gov to find your local ombudsman who serves as an advocate for assisted living/personal care and nursing home residents. 7. Make an unannounced visit to the facilities you are interested in. Talk with the residents and their family members about the facility. 8. Ask what conditions or circumstances may result in the need to relocate or move to another facility. 9. Ask what the baseline fee is and what services are included in that fee? Ask what additional charges apply for services/products?

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215-957-5182 215-321-6166 215-752-9730 215-822-7888 215-860-4000 215-956-2270 215-249-1700 215-579-1750 215-822-0688 215-968-9222 215-340-5268 215-257-6701 215-781-8700 215-781-9818 215-822-7888 215-997-8700 215-968-3878 215-489-7117 215-536-6025 215-443-4955 215-357-2032 215-364-3382 215-355-5987 215-497-3003 215-943-6611 215-321-8200 215-396-7236 215-822-7888 267-895-1100

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610-935-9120 Phoenixville 610-384-6310 Coatesville 610-273-9301 Honey Brook 610-933-6243 Phoenixville 484-760-6300 West Chester 610-869-6801 West Grove 800-216-1920 Kennett Sq. 484-875-9100 Exton 610-705-3700 Pottstown 610-269-8400 Downingtown

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610-527-1800 610-525-8300 610-359-4438 610 891-2910 610-447-0710 610-358-4900 610-361-8221 610-544-2200 610-623-3624 610-627-2590 610-623-2233 610-690-1630 610-642-3000 610-387-4626 610-358-9933 610-891-3700 877-886-0844 610-527-6500 610-938-4100 610-566-3535 610-325-5400 610-353-7660 610-583-0700 610-558-5000

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215-461-2102 Wyncote 19 4,495 215-885-6800 Rydal 60 3,870 6,630 610-728-5200 Audubon 48 5,320 6,844 215-723-9881 Souderton 129 2,520 6,030 215-628-4429 Gwynedd 52 215-855-1235 Lansdale 150 2,635 3,400 610-828-4848 Lafayette Hill 78 4,319 6,265 215-368-0900 Lansdale 90 2,093 4,669 215-576-8899 Abington 79 3,300 8,700 215-619-2777 Blue Bell 97 2,370 5,200 215-283-1123 Dresher 90 3,000 6,000 610-896-9777 Haverford 63 3,500 7,000 610-940-3888 Lafayette Hill 70 2,800 5,250 215-541-3700 Harleysville 69 3,115 5,195 215-572-8300 Jenkintown 64 2,220 3,416 610-287-1822 Schwenksville 94 2,400 4,200

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Harbor View Independent Living & Assisted Living

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Philadelphia

90

2,460

3,990

Harmony Place Assisted Living at Parke Ridge

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Philadelphia

72

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4,200

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96

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717-637-0633 Hanover 46 3,165 6,330 717-264-6000 Chambersburg 52 2,000 2,500 570-275-4221 Danville 71 2,460 4,260 800-222-6695 Chambersburg 176 3,000 5,160 610-777-7841 Shillington 54 2,970 4,530 610-746-1000 Nazareth 86 724-853-2505 Greensburg 98 1,500 2,800 610-794-5300 Allentown 55 3,660 5,010 610-678-8795 Wernersville 81 4,080 5,610 570-426-4000 Stroudsburg 80 3,120 5,580 n 866-499-5042 Hollidaysburg 43 3,600 4,980 800-377-3102 814-634-0567 717-227-3000

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908-595-6500 Bridgewater 973-942-5600 Wayne 973-5811800 Whippany 732-240-0090 Toms River 732-730-9500 Jackson 609-926-4663 Linwood 737-786-1000 Englishtown 732-719-0100 Howell 732-868-8181 Bridgewater 732-836-1400 Brick

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732-212-2600 Shrewsbury 732-240-0043 Toms River 732-303-3100 Colts Neck 908-754-8180 Watchung 732-282-1910 Wall 888-490-4697 Cape May 888-683-6121 Emerson 888-355-8420 Wayne 856-769-1500 Woodstown 732-370-0444 Lakewood 800-574-5760 Somerset 732-303-8600 Freehold 866-859-2276 Monroe Twp. 973-601-0988 Mt.Arlington 732-785-3370 Brick 973-831-3755 Pompton Plains 732-643-2060 Tinton Falls 800-218-3456 Skillman 609-597-2500 Manahawkin 609-404-1099 Absecon

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All dementia special care units should focus on the individual needs of the resident.

assisted living facility. It should emphasize special training the staff receives and describe the environment. Before choosing a special care unit, you should be confident that the higher price charged for care in the unit will actually result in better care for your relative. You may find that your relative can be adequately cared for in a regular unit. Finally, talk with someone about special care units. Your state ombudsman, your local chapter of the Alzheimer’s

Association, or your local Area Agency on Aging are all good resources. They may be able to provide you with a more detailed consumer checklist to help you compare special care units. All dementia special care units should focus on the individual needs of the resident. Care plans should be developed, implemented and reviewed often. All patients should be treated with respect and dignity in a physical environment that encourages independence while promoting safety.

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Arden Courts, designed by HCR ManorCare, is a memory care community created especially to meet the unique needs of individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related memory impairment. Every detail - from the layout and activities to the specially trained staff and individualized attention - is designed to make life simpler, safer and more fulfilling for our residents. We provide an environment that preserves the warmth, the caring, the comforts and routines of home. 100% dedicated to Alzheimer’s and dementia care.

Reflections, A Brandywine Assisted Living Memory Care Community (See p. 39) 1594 Route 88, Brick, NJ 08724, (732) 785-3370, www.Brandycare.com

Reflections provides high-quality care to those with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory, impairements. When you enter Reflections, you’ll walk into a welcoming town square complete with, storefront and all the charm of a quaint country town. The town square leads into two separate, neighborhoods each equipped with its own dining room and a variety of common areas. Reflections, offers safe, enclosed courtyards with beautifully landscaped strolling paths for residents to enjoy. Our arts and entertainment programs focus on what our residents can do - not on what they can no longer do.

Chandler Hall Health Services (See p. 58) 99 Barclay St. • Newtown, PA 18940 • 215-497-0904 • www.chandlerhall.org

Chandler Hall believes in integration and community. To that end, we do not separate our residents who have dementia and memory loss from our general population. We provide an individualized program that suits the unique needs of each person we serve. Respect for individuals includes providing a setting free of restraintsallowing as much independence as possible while creating a safe environment.

Dunwoody Village (See p. 60) Secure Units With Special Programs for Personal Care and Skilled Nursing 3500 West Chester Pike • Newtown Square, PA 19073 • (610) 359-4400

Dunwoody Village has both Personal Care and Skilled Nursing secure areas for residents with special needs. Residents live in a caring and stimulating environment that fosters their independence, dignity, and privacy in a home-like setting. Services and amenities include private rooms with private baths, family-style dining, wandering areas both inside and out and 24-hour nursing care. Dunwoody provides a continuum of care from Residential Living to Personal Care thru Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation. Family support programs are also provided. 5 star rated healthcare.

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Spring Village at Floral Vale (See p. 152) Secured Memory Care Community, 600 Township Line Road, Yardley, PA 19067, 215-497-3003 www.springvillage.net

Spring Village at Floral Vale is a quaint village-like community for residents needing memory care. It is an environment designed with safety, comfort and overall well-being in mind. Spring Village is active with days revolving around providing small group and individual enriching activities for our residents. Our care is provided with love and understanding the day your family member walks into our community. “Come Celebrate Moments”!

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What is Nursing Care? At a nursing home, care is administered by professionals under the direction of a physician. Many facilities also offer sub-acute, respite, rehabilitation and other short-term care. Rehabilitation services can be especially helpful for individuals who are recovering from surgery, an illness or any other life-changing event. Who is Nursing Care For? These homes serve as permanent residences for individuals who are too sick or frail to live at home or as temporary facilities during a recovery period. Some enter a nursing home for a short-term stay after a surgery or illness while others enter on a more permanent basis. Who Pays for Nursing Care? Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, and personal assets are all used under vari-

Stays at a nursing facility can be short-term or permanent, but the goal of making life more comfortable is the same.

ous circumstances to pay for services in a nursing care facility. If a facility is not certified by Medicare and Medicaid, the care will have to be paid for entirely with personal funds. In general, Medicare pays for skilled nursing care following hospitalization for the same illness or condition at 100 percent of the cost for days 1 – 20. Some long-term care insurance pays for nursing home care; insurance payments are usually a fixed amount for a specified number of qualified days. The basic daily rate is the standard charge the nursing home bills to all residents, which covers the fundamental services every resident receives, including rent for the room, housekeeping, meals and general nursing care. It is important to understand all the services and amenities that are not included in the basic daily rate.

What to Look For in Nursing Care Before choosing a home, contact the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program of your Area Agency on Aging. Ombudsman programs promote the highest quality of life and care for residents of nursing facilities and can help families and staff with inquiries and complaints. Visit your prospects at different times of day. Talk with residents. Be persistent about getting your questions answered. Entering & Adjusting to Nursing Care Although some people enter a nursing home temporarily for a short-term stay, it is still a sad day for most. Reassurance from family and friends that love and contact will be maintained can ease the transition. The following steps may help lessen the trauma of this change: n Talk about the admission in advance and describe the home in detail. n Visit the home with the prospective resident beforehand and get to know the administration. n Involve the prospective resident as much as possible in the decision-making process. n Decide together what items to bring to the nursing home. n Be available the entire day of admission to help settle the resident and provide support.

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800-422-3287 2150 Route 38 Cherry Hill 120 n n 330 398 n n 856-374-6430 20 N. Woodbury Turnersville Blackwood 291 n n 220 n n 856-663-9009 1399 Chapel Ave. - West Cherry Hill 120 n n 190 200 n 856-854-4331 460 Haddon Ave. Collingswood 60 n n 377 n 856-753-2000 114 Hayes Mill Rd Atco 60 n n 300 335 n n n 856-665-8844 5101 N Park Dr Pennsauken 180 n n n n n 800-699-1520 2601 Evesham Rd Voorhees 190 n n 193 250 n n n 800-699-1520 3001 Evesham Rd. Voorhees 190 n n 287 307 n n n 856-428-6100 1412 Marlton Pike Cherry Hill 116 n n n n n

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856-346-1200

1302 Laurel Oak Rd.

Voorhees

240 n n 251

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Lions Gate

126 856-679-2201

1100 Laurel Oak Rd

Voorhees

78 n n

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Saint Mary's Catholic Home

37

856-424-9521

210 St. Mary's Dr.

Cherry Hill 215 n n 195

214 n n

Cherry Hill 214 n n 250

250 n n n

Silver Care Ctr.

856-795-3131

1417 Brace Rd

South Jersey Health Care

856-342-7600

2 Cooper Plaza

Camden

Virtua Health & Rehabilitation Ctr at Berlin

888-847-8823

100 Long-a-Coming Ln

Berlin

120 n n 250

450 n n n n

128 n n

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GLOUCESTER COUNTY HCR ManorCare

856-848-9551

550 Jessup Rd.

Meadow View Nursing & Respiratory Care Ctr.

856-875-0100

1328 S. Black Horse Pike

West Deptford 156 n n 225

225 n n n n

Williamstown 170 n n n n n

MERCER COUNTY Arcadia Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

609-586-1114

1501 Highway 33

Trenton

128 n n 168

187 n n n n

Forestal Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Ctr.

609-987-1221

5000 Windrow Dr.

Princeton

180 n n 180

200 n n n n

Genesis HealthCare -Mercerville Ctr.

800-699-1520 2240 Whitehorse-Mercerville Mercerville 114 n n

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Hamilton Continuing Care Center

609-588-0091

1059 Edinburg Rd

180 n n

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Lawrenceville Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

609-896-1494

112 Franklin Corner Rd.

Lawrenceville 100 n n 177

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800-564-5705

300 Meadow Lakes

609-394-3400

325 Jersey St.

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1 Bishops Dr

Hamilton

East Windsor 60 n n 302 Trenton

342 n n

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233 n n n n

Lawrenceville 120 n n 233

255 n n

Princeton Nursing Home

609-924-9000

35 Quarry St.

Princeton

117 n n 145

170 n n n

Water's Edge Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center

609-393-8622

512 Union St.

Trenton

230 n n 260

270 n n n n

OTHER NEW JERSEY Absecon Manor Nursing and Rehab. Ctr.

609-646-5400

1020 Pitney Rd.

Absecon

Arbor Glen

1

908-595-6500

100 Monroe Street

Bridgewater

Atuium at Navesink Harbor , the

90

800-842-2480

40 Riverside Ave.

Red Bank

CareOne at Evesham

856-9396-0005

874 Route 70 East

Marlton

Crane’s Mill Retirement Community

973-276-3035

459 Passaic Ave.

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856-769-1500 973-383-5600 732-295-9300 609-860-2500 732-544-1557 732-566-6400 201-797-9522 856-327-2700 609-898-8899 732-274-1122 908-454-2627 973-887-8080 973-239-4352 732-458-6600 609-927-6131 609-646-6900 800-574-5760 732-774-3550 973-831-3755 732-643-2060 800-218-3456 732-568-1155 732-431-5200 732-849-4400 732-246-4100

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Lewes

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4830 Kennett Pike

Wilmington

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Forwood Manor

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302-529-1600

1912 Marsh Rd

Wilmington

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Foulk Manor North

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302-478-4296

1212 Foulk Rd.

Wilmington

44 n 190

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302-655-6249

407 Foulk Rd.

Wilmington

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Genesis HealthCare -Churchman Village

800-205-9342

4949 Ogletown-Stanton Rd

Newark

Genesis HealthCare -Hillside Ctr.

800-205-9342

810 S. Broom St.

Genesis HealthCare -Milford Ctr.

800-205-9342

700 Marvel Rd

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147

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101 n n 225

244 n n n

Wilmington 106 n n 228

248 n n n n

Milford

136 n n 200

225 n n n n

800-205-9342 1100 Norman Eskridge Hwy

Seaford

124 n n 230

245 n n n n

Genesis HealthCare -Silver Lake Ctr

800-205-9342

1080 Silver Lake Blvd

Dover

120 n n 238

248 n n n n

Gilpin Hall

302-654-4486

1101 Gilpin Ave.

Wilmington

96 n n 244

272 n n n

Green Valley Pavilion

302-653-5085

3034 South Dupont Blvd.

Smyrna

151 n n 197

207 n n n n

Green Valley Terrace and Village

302-934-7300

231 South Washington St

Millsboro

171 n n 195

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302-856-4594

110 West North St.

Sussex

139 n n

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HCR Manor Care Health Services

302-239-8583

5651 Limestone RD

Wilmington 167 n n 207

255 n

HCR/ManorCare Health Services

302-764-0181

700 Foulk Rd.

Wilmington 138 n n 141

182 n n n

HCR/ManorCare Health Services - Wilmington

302-239-8583

5651 Limestone Rd

Wilmington 167 n n 179

221 n

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Harrison House of Georgetown

Manor House

88

800-775-4593

1001 Middleford Rd.

Seaford

60 n

Millcroft

19

302-366-0160

255 Possum Park Rd.

Newark

110 n n 237

Regal Heights Healthcare & Rehab. Services

5

302-998-0181

6525 Lancaster Pike

Hockessin

Regency Healthcare & Rehab Center

5

302-654-8400

801 N Broom St.

Wilmington

Shipley Manor

19

302-479-0111

2723 Shipley Rd.

Wilmington

82 n n 238

269 n n n

The Milton & Hattie Kutz Home, Inc.

302-764-7000

704 River Rd.

Wilmington

90 n n 170

201 n n n

Westminster Village - Dover

302-744-3515

1175 McKee Rd.

Dover

60 n n 243

323 n n n

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exercises, housekeeping, laundry, medication reminders and transportation. SKILLED NURSING CARE is prescribed by a physician and is administered by a registered nurse. The services provided by skilled nurses include: administering injections, administering medications, wound care, IV monitoring, blood tests, catheter care, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, feeding tube administration and more. Finding a Provider After determining the type and amount of services needed along with payment options, consumers should begin interviewing potential providers. This is a highly important decision since finding a qualified, reliable and compassionate individual is essential to the health and happiness of patients and their families.

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he year 2006 took a toll on Kim Moyer’s family. As her parents were approaching their 60th wedding anniversary that June, her father passed away. Just a few months later, her mother Dorothy suffered a massive stroke. As a result, Kim, the youngest of six, took the responsibility of seeing that her mom received the appropriate care. Dorothy spent two weeks in the hospital before entering a rehabilitation facility. In addition to the speech and cognitive effects from her stroke, she also suffered from the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease and had knee problems. It was her wish, however, to remain at home and although Kim and her oldest sister were living with Dorothy, they knew they would need additional assistance. “My mother said she never wanted to go to a nursing home,” said Kim. “As long as we could do it physically and financially we were

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going to look into homecare.” Fortunately, as she was visiting her mother in rehabilitation daily, Kim would see a Visiting Angels car from the lobby and decided to look into the home health care agency. After contacting Steve and Jacqueline Mekanik of the Doylestown branch, the Moyer family was quickly set up with two caregivers that have been assisting Dorothy from 12-6 on weekdays. Having this help has given Kim and the rest of her family peace of mind, especially since she works full-time 40 miles away while her sister works a part-time job and had at

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Home Care Patient Rights Federal law requires that all individuals receiving home care services be informed of their rights as a patient. Following is a model patient bill of rights the National Association for Home Care (NAHC) has developed, based on the patient rights currently enforced by law.

Home care patients have the right to: n be fully informed of all his or her rights and responsibilities by the home care agency; n choose care providers; n appropriate and professional care in accordance with physician orders; n receive a timely response from the agency to his or her request for service; n be admitted for service only if the agency has the ability to provide safe, professional care at the level of intensity needed;

receive reasonable continuity of care; receive information necessary to give informed consent prior to the start of any treatment or procedure; n be advised of any change in the plan of care, before the change is made; n refuse treatment within the confines of the law and to be informed of the consequences of his or her action; n be informed of his or her rights under state law to formulate advanced directives; For more information on patient rights, visit http://www.nahc.org/consumer/rights.html. n n

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If the adult caregiver does not have the time or resources available to answer these important questions, the services of a professional home care agency or adult day care center may be the right solution.

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caregiver tips in helping with medicare by Ross Blair, PlanPrescriber.com 1. Manage Timelines Effectively: Medicare eligibility begins for U.S. citizens and legal residents when they turn 65. A person has a seven-month initial enrollment period that begins three months before their birthday month and ends three months after. During this initial enrollment period, a person can enroll in Original Medicare (Parts A&B), a prescription drug plan (Medicare Part D) or a Medicare Advantage plan. If you want to enroll in a medigap (Medicare supplement insurance) policy, the open-enrollment period starts the first month the person is both 65 Compile a list of the future Medicare and enrolled in Part B, and lasts for 6 beneficiary’s current prescription drugs: names, months. During that 6-month medigap dosages and required frequency of use. enrollment period, a person has a guaranteed right to buy any medigap policy has requested. You don’t want to make sold in their state. these types of decisions in the middle of a health crisis. Also, make sure your 2. Don’t Overlook Legal Matters: loved one has a Living Will or Advanced At a certain point, it may be advisable Healthcare Directive. for your loved one to grant you or another family member a Durable Power 3. Know Your Loved One’s Prescripof Attorney that includes the ability to tion Drugs: make decisions relating to your loved Compile a list of the future Medicare one’s healthcare. Discuss who will take beneficiary’s current prescription drugs: on this important responsibility and names, dosages and required frequency if there are specific medical prefer- of use. Then use the prescription drug ences or directives that your loved one plan comparison tool at PlanPrescriber.

com to: - Find out if the drugs on your list are generic or available in generic form. If a generic drug is available, ask the Medicare beneficiary’s primary doctor if it makes sense to switch to a lower-cost generic alternative. - Compare prescription drug plans and choose what’s right for the beneficiary. Then help the beneficiary enroll online or over the phone. 4. Beware of Fraud: Identify and report any Medicare fraud, abuse or scams. To be on the lookout, carefully review the “Explanation of Benefits” statements received for all regular Medicare and Part D services. Review bills from all providers to make sure you are paying for only the services or equipment the Medicare beneficiary received. Be careful about giving out any personal information (your own or your loved one’s) to individuals or organizations. There is a helpful section on fraud and specific tips to avoid fraud at www.Medicare.gov. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has neither reviewed nor endorsed this information.

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edicare is a vital part of a health insurance portfolio for millions of Americans. However, beneficiaries must still find ways to pay for the things Medicare doesn’t cover, such as deductibles, copays and coinsurance charges. Medicare supplement insurance can help fill these gaps. Selecting a Plan First, identify your needs, and then identify a Medicare supplement plan that will meet them. Consider which of Medicare’s deductibles and coinsurance charges are most important for you to cover. In most states, Medicare enrollees may select from any one of 12 standardized Medicare supplement plans approved for sale within their state of residence. Plans start with a basic benefits plan, Plan A, which provides coverage for Part A and Part B coinsurance and continue up through the comprehensive Plan J, which provides supplemental coverage for nearly all of Medicare’s gaps. After you’ve identified a plan or two that appears to meet your coverage needs, then it’s time to select an insurance provider. Choosing a Medicare Supplement Insurance Provider It is important to investigate the plan

providers in your state in order to find Your Health Status one that: a) is financially sound, b) ofYou will also want to explore the potenfers competitive rates and top-notch ser- tial difficulty of enrolling in the plan you vice, and, c) offers the plan that fits your want. Some Medicare supplement carriers budget and needs. The plans and their underwrite all of the standardized plans, but benefits are the same among all insur- some only underwrite a select few. If a plan ance companies offering Medicare sup- is underwritten, the status of your health at plement coverage, but rates and value- the time of enrollment is used to determine added services will vary, your eligibility. Some sometimes significantly. companies may only ask Consider which of Find out if the compaa few questions regarding your health backny is using flat or commu- Medicare’s deductibles ground. Others require nity rating, entry-age rat- and coinsurance charges an extensive medical ing or attained-age rating. are most important for history. If you apply for Flat rating means a comyou to cover. a Medicare supplement pany charges everyone the plan at age 65 during same rate for a particular your Open Enrollment plan. The flat rate will not increase solely because you grow older. Period, your acceptance is guaranteed into Entry-age rating offers different rates for a the plan of your choice. If you are enrolled or planning to enroll plan, based on your age at the time of enrollment. Like flat rating, the rate will not in both Medicare Parts A and B when you increase simply because you grow older. turn 65, you can apply for a Medicare supAttained-age rating means your plan’s plement policy up to three months prior to monthly rate will increase each year as you your 65th birthday. Several organizations age. Your age when applying for a plan will and volunteer groups can provide you with Medicare supplement insurance informabe used to determine your rate. Lastly, see what “extras” may be offered tion. Your state’s insurance department or to you by the provider company if you en- CMS, the Centers for Medicare & Medicroll in their plan. While companies can- aid Services, are also excellent resources not alter the federally mandated benefits for health insurance information. of Medicare supplement plans, they can offer you additional value-added features, Susan Morisato is president, Ovations such as free or discounted access to certain Insurance Solutions – UnitedHealth Group’s health and well-being unit for seniors. health and wellness services.

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By George McConnell, Social Security Administration Deputy Area Director

You’ve made your decision: although you’re eligible to collect Social Security payments, you’re going to keep working and delay receiving your retirement benefits. But don’t forget about Medicare. Even if you decide to wait until after you are age 65 to apply for retirement benefits, most people should apply for Medicare coverage at age 65. If you’d like to begin your Medicare coverage, you should apply within four months of reaching age 65. There’s a fast, convenient, and simple way to apply online for Medicare in as little as 10 minutes — even if you’re not ready to receive retirement benefits. Just visit www. socialsecurity.gov/medicareonly

At the website, you’ll find more than just the online Medicare application. You’ll also find information about Medicare, and have the opportunity to watch a short, fun video reuniting the cast of The Patty Duke Show to tell you about the ease and convenience of filing for Medicare online. It’s important to note that people who already receive Social Security retirement or disability benefits do not need to apply for Medicare; they will be automatically enrolled. There is no additional charge for Medicare hospital insurance (Part A) since you already paid for it by working and paying Medicare tax. But there is

a monthly premium for medical insurance (Part B). If you already have other health insurance when you become eligible for Medicare, you should consider whether you want to apply for the medical insurance. You may want to consult with an insurance specialist. To learn more about this and other Medicare considerations, read our online publication, Medicare, at www.socialsecurity. gov/pubs/10043.html Mr. McConnell is the Deputy Area Director for the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area which serves a complex of 16 offices in the District of Columbia, suburban Maryland, Northern Virginia, and the eastern panhandle of West Virginia.

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CAPS can help reconcile the need for a familiar environment with the need to prioritize safety and accessibility.

and elevators. CAPS are mostly remodelers, but a number of general contractors, designers, architects and health care consultants who have been instructed in techniques for building aestheticallypleasing, barrier-free living environments are also involved in planning.

The CAPS designation was developed by The Remodelers Council of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in conjunction with the NAHB Research Center, NAHB 50+ Housing Council and the AARP to address the growing number of consumers requiring these modifications.

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marci’s medicare answers had cataract surgery during which an intraocular lens was placed into your eye. Medicare will cover a standard pair of untinted prescription eyeglasses or contacts if you need them after surgery. If it is medically necessary, Medicare may pay for Dear Lily, customized eyeglasses or contact lenses. While Medicare will not generally pay • An eye exam to diagnose potential eye for routine eye care, it will pay for some disease. If you are having vision probeye care services if you have a chronic eye lems that indicate a serious eye condition, condition, such as cataracts or glaucoma. In Medicare will pay for an exam to see what that case, Medicare will cover: is wrong, even if it turns out that you don’t • Surgical procedures to help repair the have an eye disease. function of the eye due to these conditions. Medicare will cover yearly preventive For example, Medicare will cover surgery to eye exams at 80 percent (after the Part B remove the cataract and replace your eye’s deductible) only if you have diabetes or are lens with a synthetic intraocular lens. at high risk for glaucoma. • Eyeglasses or contacts only if you have —Marci

Dear Marci, I have cataracts, and I would like to set up an appointment with an eye doctor. When does Medicare cover eye care? —Lily

Marci’s Medicare Answers is a service of the Medicare Rights Center (www. medicarerights.org), the nation’s largest independent source of information and assistance for people with Medicare. To speak with a counselor, call (800) 3334114. To subscribe to “Dear Marci,” the Medicare Rights Center’s free educational e-newsletter, simply e-mail dearmarci@ medicarerights.org To learn more about the services that Medicare will cover and how to change plans, log on to Medicare Interactive Counselor at the Medicare Rights Center’s website at www.medicareinteractive.org

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173 610-644-8780 n n n

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175 610-853-8250 n n n

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171 215-230-4140

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179 610-254-9001 n n n

Complete Care Strategies

Liberty at Home

176 215-643-6496 n n n n n

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Life Force Eldercare Corp.

174 215-657-4400 n n n

HELPsource Home Care Services

177 215-881-4708 n n n n n

Meadowood Retirement Community

98 610-584-1000

HomeCare Connection

175 610-853-8250 n n n

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169 610-880-0286 n n n

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SarahCare Home Health Agency

187 215-665-8090 n n n n n n

Intervention Associates

179 610-254-9001 n n n

Silver Lining Home Health Care, Inc.

179 215-885-7701 n n n

Liberty at Home

176 215-643-6496 n n n n n

Strafford Registry

171 610-688-5001 n n n n

Life Force Eldercare Corp.

174 215-657-4400 n n n

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12 610-584-1000

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169 610-880-0286 n n n

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173 610-650-0930 n n n

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Gloucester County, NJ

174 610-359-0260 n n n

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Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries

26-27 877-DIAKON-7 n n n n

LifeForce Caregivers Inc.

174 302-737-4400 n n n

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179 215-885-7701 n n n

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adult day services providers delaware

Senior Care of Center City

215-561-2733

Senior Care of Chestnut Hill

215-242-4501

Senior Care at Crozer

610-447-2935

Senior Care of Horsham

215-443-5300

Senior Care of Huntingdon Valley

215-322-5946

Senior Care of Plains

570-823-5161

717-581-3939

Senior Care of the Northeast

215-676-7800

Adult Day Services Souderton Center - Souderton 215-703-0523

Senior Care of Upper Darby

610-626-0662

Chandler Hall Health Services - Newtown

Senior Care of Warrington

215-343-6250

Senior Care of Newark

302-533-3543

Riverside Adult Day Program - Wilmington

302-765-4175

PENNSYLVANIA Adult Care of Chester County, Inc. - Exton

610-363-8044

Adult Day Services at Cross Keys Village - New Oxford 717-624-5955 Adult Day Services at Landis Homes- Lititz

215-860-4000

Delta Community Supports - Levittown

215-943-9230

Elderwatch Plus - Philadelphia

215-877-0202

Evergreen Adult Day Program - Wyndmoor

215-233-6309

St. John Neumann Nursing Home - Philadelphia 2 15-698-5600 610-378-2267

Tel Hai Adult Day Care - Honeybrook

610-273-9333

Immaculate Mary Adult Day Program- Philadelphia 215-335-2100

The Hickman - West Chester

610-696-1536

Kit’s Corner - Frederick

610-754-7878

Weiss Adult Day Health Center

215-371-2121

LifePath, Inc. - Sellersville

215-257-8687

Westminster Village- Allentown

610-782-8351

Lifespan Adult Day Care Services - Pennsburg

215-679-2659

Lifespan Adult Day Care Services- Quakertown

215-536-6016

Main Line Adult Day Center - Bryn Mawr

610-527-4220

Homelink, Inc. - Philadelphia

286-951-4321

Manatawny Manor Adult Day Services - Pottstown 610-705-3749 Menno Haven Adult Day Care- Chambersburg 800-222-6695

New Jersey Senior Care of Bridgeton

856-451-7227

Senior Care of Camden

856-246-3350

Mid County Senior Services- Newtown Square

610-353-6642

Senior Care of Cape May County

609-465-8840

Montgomery Adult Day Living Center- Lansdale

215-855-7997

Senior Care of Delran

856-461-1700

Narberth Adult Day Care Center - Narberth

610-617-7850

Senior Care of Galloway

609-652-3600

North Penn VNA Adult Day Services- Lansdale

215-855-8296

Senior Care of Laurel Springs

856-784-4000

Senior Care of Marlton

856-988-3250

Senior Care of Salem

856-878-6035

Senior Care of Trenton

609-883-0200 856-691-3756

North Penn VNA Adult Day Services- Souderton 215-703-0523 Northeast Adult Day Care - Philadelphia

215-671-0200

Riverview Adult Day Health Services - Royersford 610-792-2399 SarahCare Adult Day Care Center - Jenkintown 215-663-8090

717-274-1495

St. Joseph’s Adult Day Services - Reading

Helen L. Weiss Senior Day Program-North Wales 215-371-2121

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215-788-2408

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610-325-1600

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company

Phone

website (www.)/Email*

page

CARE MANAGEMENT

Age Wise Family Services

215-659-2111

agewisefamilyservices.com

74

Complete Care Strategies

610-265-4300

completecarestrategies.com

76

Intervention Associates

800-254-9708

interventionassociates.org

179

JFCSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Senior Services

267-256-2030

jfcsphilly.org

75

Katz Senior Services

610-527-6350

katzseniors.com

1-800-229-CARE

seniorsupportservices.com

Senior Supportive Services, Inc

2

Counseling

Counseling for Caregivers

215-371-1350

abramsoncenter.org

FINANCIAL/INSURANCE Harvest Group Financial Services, Corp. Senior Supportive Services, Inc

215-860-6056

harvestgroupfinancialservices.com

73

1-800-229-CARE

seniorsupportservices.com

2

610-566-4700

andersonelderlaw.com

LEGAL SERVICES/ELDER LAW Anderson Elder Law Elder Law Offices of E. Garrett Gummer, III

215-396-1001 & 215-345-5858 GummerElderLaw.com

71

MOVING COORDINATION, SENIOR MOVE MANAGEMENT, DOWNSIZING & DESIGN

Clark Estate Liquidation Services

610-857-4619

estate-options.com

7, 68, 69

Moving Planners

215-572-9877

movingplanners.net

65, 96

1-800-229-CARE

seniorsupportservices.com

2

Senior Supportive Services, Inc

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Moving Planners * Jeffrey and Diana Bacal Phone: 215-572-9877 Website: movingplanners.net (see ad pages 65, 96 )

Experts have guided you through all of life’s major milestones. Retirement living decisions should not be any different. Use the chart below to find an expert and contact them today.

company

Phone

website (www.)/Email*

page

Personal Emergency Response Systems Centrol, Inc.

610-738-6992

centrol-inc.com

Clark Estate Liquidation Services

610-857-4619

estate-options.com

7, 68, 69

Diane Krause & Angela Berke - Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors

610-547-1239

info@seniorhometeam.com

68, 70

Laura Blenman-Prudential Fox & Roach

302-477-5500

laurablenman@gmail.com

68

1-800-229-CARE

seniorsupportservices.com

2

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Your Local Agencies On Aging

Pennsylvania

On the local level, Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs)

Chester County ................................................. 610-344-6350

Bucks County ......................................... 215-348-0510 x1238

coordinate and provide services to meet the needs

Delaware County .............................................. 610-490-1300

and concerns of residents who are 60 years of age and

Montgomery County .........................................610-278-3601

older. The Department of Health and Human Services

Philadelphia County ...........................................215-765-9040

defines an AAA as a “public or private non-profit

Philadelphia ..........................................................215-686-8450

agency, designated by the state to address the needs

New Jersey

and concerns of all older persons at the regional and local levels.” Because of the many services and programs they offer, AAAs are one of the single most important

Burlington County ............................................ 609-265-5069 Camden County .................................................856-858-3220 Gloucester County ...........................................856-232-4646 Mercer County ................................................... 609-989-6662 Delaware

resources. Available services vary by locale, and the

Kent County .........................................................302-424-7310

list on page 83 is just a sampling of the ones that are

New Castle County ...................................... 1-800-223-9074

routinely offered by AAAs.

Sussex County .....................................................302-424-7310

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Senior Housing Options Abramson Center for Jewish Life

56-57

Acorn Glen

135,149

abramsoncenter.org

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company

page

website (www.)/Email*

Exton Senior Living

19

fivestarqualitycare.com

Forwood Manor

19

fivestarqualitycare.com

acornglen.com

Foulk Manor North

19

fivestarqualitycare.com

ACTS Retirement- Life Communities

88

actsretirement.org

Foulk Manor South

19

fivestarqualitycare.com

Applewood Estates

46

applewoodestates.com

Foulkeways at Gwynedd

94

foulkeways.org

Arbour Square of Harleysville

Foxdale Village

56-57

29,142

arboursquare.com

Arden Courts - HCR Manor Care

151

hcr-manorcare.com

Artman Lutheran Home

79

artmanhome.com

Attleboro Retirement Village

63

attleborovillage.com

Bala Nursing & Retirement Center

156

balanursing.com

Friends Services for the Aging

1

Beaumont at Bryn Mawr

92

beaumontretirement.com

Friends Village at Woodstown

8, 116

foxdalevillage.org

Freedom Village at Brandywine

30

Freedomvillage.com

Friends Home & Village

64

friendshomeandvillage.org

6,141

friendshomeinkennett.org

Friends Home in Kennett

fsainfo.org friendsvillage.org

Bella Terra

81

seniorlifestyle.com

Glen Mills Senior Living

Bethany Village

120

bethanyvillage.org

Hallman Retirement Neighborhoods

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Harrison Senior Living

84

harrisonseniorliving.com

Holy Redeemer Lafayette

124

holyredeemer.com/lafayette

Homestead Village

110

homesteadvillage.org

Birches of Arbour Square

29,142

Blue Bell Place

25

watermarkcommunities.com

Brandywine Senior Care

39

brandycare.com

19

fivestarqualitycare.com

99

whrd.org

Brightview East Norriton

44-45 BrightviewEastNorriton.com

Homewood at Plum Creek

Brightview Greentree

44-45

BrightviewGreentree.com

Jenner’s Pond Retirement Community

Brightview Mount Laurel

44-45

BrightviewMountLaurel.com

Brightview Woodbury Lake

44-45 BrightviewWoodburyLake.com

Landis Homes

Brookdale Senior Living

16-17

Legacy Gardens of Bristol

82

legacygardensofbristol.com

Leisure Park

19

fivestarqualitycare.com

Lions Gate

126

lionsgateccrc.org

Living Branches

23

livingbranches.org

brookdaleliving.com

Brookside Health Care & Rehabilitation Center

5

Cadbury at Cherry Hill

87,122

brooksidehealthcare.com cadbury.org

Kendal Crosslands

66

homewood.com

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jennerspond.org

14

Kcc.Kendal.org

10,115

landishomes.org

Lutheran Community at Telford

4

lctelford.org

Lutheran Social Services of South Cent PA

21

lutheranscp.org

Luthercare

43

Luthercare.org

Cadbury at Lewes

34

cadbury.org

Cardinal Village

18

cardinalretirementvillage.com

Cathedral Village

54

cathedralvillage.com

Catholic Health Care Services

37

CatholicHealthCareServices.org

Chandler Hall Health Services

58

ChandlerHall.org

Makemie at Whiteland

111

makemieatwhiteland.org

charlesknox.com

Manor at York Town

44-45

manoratyorktown.com

Charles C. Knox Home

Majestic Oaks Nursing & Rehab Center 85,155

seniorsnorth.com

Cherry Hill Senior Living

19

fivestarqualitycare.com

Christ’s Home Shepherd’s Crossing

28

christshome.org

Clarks Summit Senior Living

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