When is the Right Time to Move into a Senior Living Community?
As we age, one of the most difficult decisions we make is when to leave the home we have lived in for many years, a home where we created wonderful memories with our family.
Decades ago, downsizing wasn’t even a word in our vocabulary, but now, it is something we must consider since keeping up with daily household chores has become more trying each passing day. Climbing the stairs has turned into a challenging feat. Maintaining the yard is no longer an enjoyable task. Relying on the neighbors to clear the snow from the driveway has become routine.
When you have noticed your everyday household responsibilities have become harder to accomplish or taking longer to complete, you may want to begin thinking about moving into a Senior Living Community.
The Williamsport Home, a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) licensed by the Pennsylvania Insurance Commission, offers Independent Living Apartments, two levels of Personal Care, and a Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. We offer a continuum of care for all of your needs.
Our campus is located on a beautiful, rural 70 –acre site, overlooking the City of Williamsport in Loyalsock Township. We provide all the comforts of home with none of the responsibilities. Included in your rent are all utilities, with the exception of telephone and cable television. A chef-prepared meal is also provided (meeting individual dietary needs) at 12 noon each day.
Our professional staff are on site 24/7 to respond to any emergency. Each apartment also boasts a balcony or patio so you can enjoy the rural setting and wildlife in all four seasons.
Independent Living resident Ruth Pile remarked, “The Williamsport Home offers the freedom from responsibility of a home, the happy and friendly attitude of everyone and the fellowship we all share.”
Please call 570-323-8781 for more information.
Schedule a tour and see why The Williamsport Home is right for you.