You have been saving for retirement for decades. When it is finally time to cash in on your investment, wouldn’t you want your money to be well spent? Both for-profit and not-for-profit continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) provide the same
For Bill Mowbray, family has always been priority. Like many working adults, he found himself in a position of wanting to care for his loved ones, but having to juggle other responsibilities. He was relieved Masonic Village was able to meet the needs of several of his family members and provide him with peace of mind.
Packing up your life is by no means an easy task, but most people have come face to face with this feat at least once in their lives. Whether you moved into a new house or helped someone you know
Lucy Francavilla may be a new face in the Sales & Marketing office, but she’s become an old friend to the incoming residents she has helped settle into Masonic Village at Elizabethtown in her role as the inaugural Move-In Coordinator.
Ten years ago, David and Denise Koch decided they wanted to move from their 11-acre farm, a decision based on common factors among seniors, like wanting a more simplified lifestyle.
As rated by residents and families, the Masonic Villages at Lafayette Hill, Elizabethtown and Sewickley have been recognized as the “Best of” in senior living in Pennsylvania by SeniorAdvisor.com.
Kay Dunwoody’s father, Robert Batdorf, has not been receiving personal care services at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown for very long – only about a month – but he’s already made himself at home.
Dorothy Gale, of the classic American book and movie The Wizard of Oz, is famous for saying, “There’s no place like home!” This quote explains the popularity of “aging in place.”
Americans live in a culture of stuff, often buying in bulk and filling up basements, closets and self-storage facilities (a $22 billion industry), but Masonic Villages provides residents with spacious living options.
According to U.S News & World Report, two of the top 10 best places to retire in 2018 include Lancaster and Pittsburgh. Residents of the Masonic Villages at Elizabethtown and Sewickley agree..