assisted living webWellness, Comfort, and Endless Possibilities! The Lutheran Home at Topton, located within the rolling countryside of Berks County, is a community filled with activity and connections. We provide countless ways to lead a healthy, fulfilling lifestyle. Life at our community offers generous opportunities to enjoy friendships, improve your health, and nurture your passions. Our cheerful and sophisticated residents enjoy a variety of well-designed homes and a lifestyle that is truly worry-free.

It’s why our residents say, “This is the way to live!” We are a Continuing Care Retirement Community, offering a comprehensive range of exceptional lifestyle options and solutions: independent living, personal and memory care, short-term rehab, and skilled nursing. With us, you have it all! A beautiful, maintenance-free home. A carefree lifestyle. Opportunities for personal growth. And the security of future healthcare services. At Diakon, you get to enjoy retirement your way. The Lutheran Home at Topton offers a beautiful rural setting with easy access to the social, cultural, and recreational attractions of the region’s bigger cities. Our campus is just a short drive from grocery stores, shopping, and banking, as well as five colleges. Residents can attend world-renowned lectures as well as theatre and art events — or cheer for a favorite college sports team!

With proximity to hiking, golf, biking, and professional sporting events, it’s easy to stay active and involved. Our sister community, Luther Crest in Allentown, is a short distance from our campus, so you can also enjoy the amenities, events, and programs on that campus that interest you. We’ll provide the transportation! The Lifestyle You Want for Today — The Confidence You Want for Tomorrow From our wellness-focused approach and active social calendars to our talented staff and convenient location, our vibrant community is the perfect place to start your retirement adventure. We offer a worry-free retirement lifestyle full of activity and excitement, along with the security of knowing that healthcare services are on-site. Visit LutheranHomeAtTopton.org to learn more!

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