Philadelphia Assisted Living Facilities
With over one million residents in Philadelphia and almost six million residents in the Delaware Valley area (including Camden and Wilmington), the Philadelphia area has a wonderful selection of assisted living facilities and other senior housing options. In fact, you may find it hard to narrow your choices down to just a few assisted living, independent living or nursing home options. Know as the city of brotherly love, Phili has a long and rich history that has developed a distinct style that you can not find in other areas of the country. If you include the surrounding counties of Bucks, Montgomery, Burlington, Gloucester Camden, and Delaware, you will find literally hundreds of assisted living facilities.
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Check out these local Philadelphia assisted living reviews:
Yelled at my Mom?while she was having a stroke
My mom was sent here from Abington Hospital for rehabilitation after a heart accident/car accident. Horrible (I know--I visited her ever day)! Depressing, smelly, a nightmare. The rehab room is small with limited equipment for physical therapy (?therapy? consisted of hand weights and those cheap bicycle units they sell in catalogs for $20). Nursing staff were never available to talk?I waited at the desk for 20 minutes or more before anyone would come, and they always promised to correct problems and never did. On her last day there, Mom had a stroke in the bathroom...
Elegant, good programs, but expensive
This was the first assisted living that my Mom lived in after a heart attack/car accident/then stroke left her unable to live on her own. I toured every facility in Montgomery and Bucks Counties and this was my top choice. It is elegant?even posh?with a library, multiple living room areas to sit and visit, a craft room, country kitchen stocked with snacks, tea and coffee, a movie theater and an elegant dining room. The best part is that there are a variety of programs to get residents out of their rooms. My mom liked jewelry making, word games...
My mother spend a few months here and we were happy with the level of care she received.
This place should be shut down . My Grandfather sadly passed away from Stage 4 bed sore dehydration, malnutrition and sepsis all of which stem from an overall lack of quality care and attention. There were several incidents in which he was given the wrong medicine for his heart and the nurse's even overdosed him to keep him sedated so they would not have to take care of him. When the staff could not get him to come around after heavily medicating him, my Grandfather was sent to Nazareth Hospital...