Getting Back to Life and Each Other

Denise and Gerald “Jerry” Francis were not planning to move, but sometimes life doesn't go as planned. In early May 2021, Jerry became critically ill, and after multiple surgeries, he was given little hope of survival. Rehabilitation at Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill gave him hope for recovery and the possibility of reuniting with his wife of more than 50 years.

June 24, 2022|

“They Will Love Your Family Member Like You Do”

Andy Harrin's mother, Eli, celebrated her third anniversary at Masonic Village at Warminster in early March. Andy had explored other continuing care facilities, but when he visited Masonic Village, he knew it was the right place for his mother.

March 16, 2021|

A Road to Recovery Paved in Love and Support

While she was initially treated in a hospital, Marjorie credits staff and her neighbors at Masonic Village, as well as her husband, for her miraculous and quick recovery following a health complication.

March 10, 2021|

Give Your Immune System a Boost

What are you doing to try and stay healthy during the pandemic? “During times like these, it’s easy for some of the basics to get away from us,” recreation coordinator Jodi Wendl, Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill, shared during a

July 14, 2020|

Healthy Brain Aging

The aging process affects each person differently, exaggerating strengths and weaknesses. However, medical research has found that memory and attention are most affected by aging, since, according to Dr. Charles Duffy, a neurologist at Penn State Health's Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, "memory requires attention and attention requires memory."

June 19, 2020|
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