Philadelphia Memory Care
Helping hands and caring hearts are just a phone call away.
The Chapters program, our Memory Care unit, is designed to address the individual needs of those with Alzheimer’s or memory loss related disorders. These residents are often confused and have a tendency to wander. Memory Care is offered in a residential setting, which is architecturally designed to accommodate their needs. Our staff is trained to serve and recognize the physical, social and spiritual needs of our residents. Structured programs emphasizing self-dignity are designed to enhance overall quality of life.
Memory Care Services and Amenities
- 3 supervised meals served daily and snacks
- Secured living environment
- Increased staff-to-resident ratio
- Assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, eating and mobility
- Medication assistance
- Incontinence care
- Nursing personnel on-site
- Specially designed recreational activities
- Monthly support group meetings for families
- Laundry and linen service
- Cable, internet and phone service included
- Outdoor, screened porch
All inclusive, No Entrance Fee, No Application Fee
Schedule a tour to learn more about our Memory Care unit and our Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia care in Philadelphia.
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Q: Is transportation available?
PPH provides transportation for doctor and medical appointments in the area surrounding our community. For your convenience, a bus is provided each week to two local supermarkets. There is no charge for these services. If public transportation is what you are looking for, there are 2 bus stops directly off our property. Weekly excursions are also scheduled for independent residents to a variety of places of interest.
Q: Must I be Protestant to live at PPH?
Don’t let the “Protestant” in our name fool you. Yes, we are proud of our Protestant history and are grounded in our Christian roots, but PPh is home to residents of many denominations and faiths. PPH promotes diversity among our residents and staff.