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.
The city of Pittsburgh is home to an array of major league sports teams, entertainment venues, academic institutions and now, retirees, including Harry and Toni Vosseler.
Moving to a senior living community is a big decision during normal circumstances. You may assume now is not a good time to make this transition in your life, but a move to Masonic Villages could help alleviate current worries, as well as future ones.
As rated by residents and families, the Masonic Villages at Lafayette Hill, Elizabethtown, Dallas and Sewickley have been recognized as the “Best of” in senior living in the U.S. and Canada by SeniorAdvisor.com.
You can never start planning for long term care for yourself or a loved one too soon. Knowing your options and what to expect throughout the process can help you make an easy decision in the future.
Rental apartments offer the same benefits and amenities as an entrance fee apartment without the “up-front” fee. As part of Masonic Village’s continuum of care, residents have access to personal care and nursing care services, should they need them in the future, giving them a life lease guarantee.
Resident Lin Jones believes his life has come full circle. He was born in the small, historic town of Star Junction, located in Fayette County. Now, he resides in the Star Points Building at Masonic Village at Sewickley. “I think
Resident Pat Gibble, former marketing manager at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, has followed her own advice and returned to a place she always knew would be home.
Here is what you need to know about the differences between a 55+ community and a continuing care retirement community, so you can make the decision that is right for you.
Construction will begin on the café in June. With an opening planned for early fall, it will be located in the Sycamore Square Marketplace at the edge of the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown campus.