Tag: continuing care retirement community


Female caregiver and senior patient in a wheelchair looking at camera outside

08

Aug 2018

The Middletown Home Offers Top-Quality Sub-Acute Care in Central Pennsylvania

We are proud to offer many divisions of services at the Middletown Home! From independent living apartments to personal care, we are able to accommodate our residents throughout every phase of life in our continuing care retirement community. Often people who are in need of sub-acute care don’t know what their options are or where to turn for help. We want to share just a...

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Happy seniors talking while taking a walk in the park

07

Jun 2018

How Continuing Care Retirement Communities Improve Quality of Life

A Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) is a retirement community that offers accommodations for independent living, personal care as well as rehabilitation services. CCRC’s provide residents with a seamless continuum of care where a person can spend the rest of his or her life, moving between levels of care as needed. CCRC’s offer quite a few advantages that could be just what you’re looking for...

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Tips for Helping a Senior Adult Maintain Personal Health

10

May 2018

Tips for Helping a Senior Adult Maintain Personal Health

As our loved ones age, it can become more and more difficult to maintain personal health such as showering, brushing teeth, combing hair, getting the right nutrients and much more. Keeping up with personal hygiene can be a matter of pride for most people, so it can be challenging to help a loved one recognize when they are no longer meeting their own basic needs...

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Middletown Home’s Pet Friendly Continuing Care Retirement Community is a Win Win!

04

May 2018

Middletown Home’s Pet Friendly Continuing Care Retirement Community is a Win Win!

The Middletown Home is proud to offer beautifully appointed independent living apartments on our campus that are also pet friendly! Pet lovers can certainly understand the importance of this feature because it means they are welcomed to bring their furry or feathered friends with them when they move to our continuing care retirement community. Even if you don’t currently have a pet, it’s still important...

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