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Announcing the Student in Residence
Rebecca Kikendall Posted on
Living Branches is pleased to announce the new student in residence program at The Willows of Living Branches! We are excited to introduce Jenni Agosto as the first student..
Embracing Change to Strengthen a Tradition of Care
Danielle Leheny Posted on
In 1976, Paul and Esther Moyer were hired to help inspire growth and change at Souderton Mennonite Homes. As the community’s last couple in leadership, they led the charge for..
Holidays: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?
Amanda Le Suer Posted on
We all know the classic song made popular by Andy Williams, It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year… and the holidays definitely have a way of making us..
Music & Memory at Living Branches
Kathleen Roberts, Director of Dementia Care Strategy Posted on
We are pleased to announce that Living Branches is embarking on a new dementia care journey. This spring we are rolling out the Music & Memory initiative for residents..
Personal Care vs. Assisted Living: Do You Know the Difference?
Rebecca Kikendall Posted on
Personal Care vs. Assisted Living The terms Personal Care and Assisted Living are often used interchangeably; however, in 2011 the State of Pennsylvania instituted legislation that separated care communities..

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