Assisted Living near Bucks County, PA

Bucks County has a surprisingly rich history with tourism and beautiful nature preserves leading it to being named one of best places to live by numerous sources. With a population of around 627,000 people, the county’s numbers are deceiving considering most residents live near its southern border. Along this border lies the suburbs of Philadelphia, including Levittown, which is the only town with more than 10,000 residents. Much of the county is flat and near sea level with large creeks in the southeastern region. The weather is calm in Bucks County compared to the harsh winters of its northern neighbors or the heat seen by its coastal counterparts. Summers bring moderate heat and cool winters with frequent rainstorms and snowfall throughout the year.

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The Birches at Newtown in Pennsylvania is an affordable retirement community for active seniors. The health and well-being of residents is the top priority of the Birches team. Staff are on-site 24 hours a day, and a licensed nurse is always on call. There are on-site therapy choices and regular transportation to appointments. The dining room offers three home-style meals each day. The comfortable atmosphere of the birches is due to the friendliness of the community and the wide range of educational, social and entertainment activities available at the facility. Friends find each other fast at the Birches.

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Juniper Village at Bucks County in Bensalem, PA is located on the outskirts of Philadelphia. The community fosters a home-like feel, providing quality care inside each independent resident’s apartment. The community offers four different apartment styles to ensure each resident gets what they need. Juniper Village can be considered a forever home: As residents' needs change, so can the level of care they receive. This promotes the community's belief of Aging in Place, meaning residents don't need to leave their home to get care.
This socially vibrant senior community located in Warrington, PA features highly desirable amenities and assistance with daily care needs on a 24-hour basis. Residents enjoy delicious gourmet meals in a beautiful indoor or outdoor dining space. A hair salon, fitness center, and spa allow everyone to look and feel their very best. There is always something interesting and exciting to do here, with scheduled trips and on-site events that keep everyone mentally and physically stimulated.
Allegria at The Oaks is a compassionate and professional community for seniors with personal care and memory care needs. The staff includes nurses, medication technicians, and trained personal care assistants for every resident. Care at Allegria at The Oaks is individualized to fit every resident’s daily needs and help them pursue their passions. Residents with cognitive impairment are integrated into community dining, recreational, and social events such as fitness classes, happy hour, cultural presentations, music, dancing, crafts, bingo, and card games. Those with advanced memory care needs are also kept engaged, with activities designed specifically for them.

Southeastern Bucks County has been home to several famous historical figures and features a great number of preserved houses, mansions, and even castles. Levittown is known as the second colony established by William Levitt, the architect and creator of modern suburbs. Bucks was also home to William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania. Perhaps the most famous destination for tourists is Washington Crossing, the small town which got its namesake from being the area where future first President George Washington established headquarters before embarking on a trip upstream in the battle for Trenton, N.J. The famous picture of Washington crossing the Delaware River is from his time in Bucks County! Due the large size and rural geography, public transportation is limited with many residents using personal vehicles. Quakertown Airport and Doylestown Airport are the closest airports but Trenton or Philadelphia can provide more convenient access to air travel.

Currently around 11.3% of Bucks County residents are over the age of 65 with an average income of $59, 275 per year. The annual cost of living is equal to the national average with many seniors paying roughly $3,600/year. Unfortunately, this number appears to be rising as the area becomes more popular, causing assisting living costs to reach between $4,400 and $5,000 depending on the area. The Pennsylvania Department of Aging has a few waiver and assistance programs that help cover senior housing costs, including the Services My Way program. Pennsylvania is also known as being very tax-friendly toward retirees. Seniors can benefit from not paying taxes on social security income, IRA withdrawals, and public or income from private pension. Crime is significantly below the national average in the surrounding areas; the majority of crimes are concentrated near the southern Philadelphia border. Surround yourself with Bucks County’s famous beautiful colors, gentle atmosphere, and welcoming people for a hoe perfect enough for a painting.