Residential Living at Souderton Mennonite Homes offers three types of residences: Villas, Cottages, and Apartments. Explore the floorplans, photos, and pricing.
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You're home. Truly home. You're in a place you have selected complete with the conveniences and amenities you need for a carefree life.
Your new home is more than a place to live, it’s your anchor in a community that instantly reaches out to you in friendship and neighborliness.
Whether you tuck in or get out and do, you’re exactly where you want to be, doing exactly what you desire.
Any one of our staff, residents, and families could share first-hand experiences of the full and active lives our residents lead in a community like Living Branches. A comprehensive list of benefits would create a rather lengthy webpage (and we discover new ones all the time!), so here some of the top benefits we see on a daily basis:
The simplest answer is, “It depends.” We consider every application on a case-by-case basis – considering factors like income, assets, long-term care insurance (if applicable), marital status, and the type of residence you prefer (e.g. studio vs. two-bedroom).
There are two types of costs associated with the financial commitment of becoming a Living Branches resident:
Both costs are determined by the type of residences you select. Because every application is unique, we encourage you to speak with one of our experienced sales counselors, who can provide advice about the best path forward, based on your individualized needs.
Living Branches has one application for all campuses and levels of care. This application requires personal and financial information as we make a lifetime commitment of care to all residents and want to ensure each resident has the ability to pay for his or her care. The application fee is $1,250, and $1,000 is refundable if applicants choose not to move to a Living Branches community.
After you complete the application, it is processed by the marketing team and then submitted to the Admission Committee for review. The committee considers every application on a case-by-case basis – considering factors like income, assets, long-term care insurance (if applicable), marital status, and the type of residence you prefer (e.g. studio vs. two-bedroom). The committee may make recommendations about the type of residence that will allow applicants to preserve their assets for future health care needs.
The Sales Counselor will then give you a call to relay the results from the Admission Committee. If accepted, you’ll receive an acceptance packet in the mail the following week. At that time you are added to the Future Resident list by the date you submitted your application.
Pets are welcome to live in villa and cottage residences at Souderton Mennonite Homes and Dock Woods. Residents can have one pet - a dog, a cat, a bird, or fish. At this time, pets are not allowed in apartments at any campus. However, they are welcome to visit at any time.