Bucks County seniors have a new alternative to assisted living: The Bridges at Warwick in Jamison. Offering personalized assisted senior care, transitional living for those with early memory loss and comprehensive memory care, the community is now open and welcoming its first residents.
Executive Director Sue Sunderland says there is no other senior living community like The Bridges at Warwick. “The Bridges at Warwick is a small, family-owned and -operated community. This means we don’t answer to a large corporate office several states away. We answer to our residents and their families – period.“
Artis Senior Living of Huntingdon Valley broke ground this week on a single-story, 34,000 square-foot assisted living community in the Huntingdon Valley neighborhood of Lower Moreland Township. The property, known as Artis Senior Living of Lower Moreland, is adjacent to the Huntingdon Valley Post Office on Welsh Road, less than four miles from Philadelphia.
The future residence will provide 72 memory care suites for seniors affected by Alzheimer’s and various forms of dementia. The community will be comprised of four distinct “neighborhoods” that serve as intimate living spaces.
Meadow Glen at Phoebe Richland, the region’s newest choice for personal care, is now open and accepting residents. Personal care, similar to assisted living, is the perfect option for older adults who wish to live independently but need support for activities such as bathing, dressing and taking medication.