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.
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
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.”
When John Francis graduated high school in 1942, he had little doubt he would end up in the service, but he knew he also wanted an education.
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..
When leaving after a hospital stay, you may not be able to proceed with your life as normal right away. Depending on the reason for hospitalization, a fair amount of rehabilitation may need to take place.
Masonic Villages has partnered with K4Connect, a technology company focused on serving and empowering older adults and individuals living with disabilities, to bring the latest technology to residents’ fingertips.
The activist and writer Martin Luther King Jr. said life’s most urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” Judi Hindes has been asking that of herself her entire life.
Delivering the highest quality of care to residents is a priority for staff at Masonic Villages, and their efforts are being noticed. The Masonic Villages at Elizabethtown and Sewickley earned QAPI Accreditation.
We owe our country’s veterans a debt of gratitude for their service. In times of unrest, they have put their lives on hold, often leaving their home and families to serve in foreign lands.