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Personal Care

Are you concerned about a family member or loved one who:

  • Can no longer manage their medications
  • Isn’t getting around as well as he or she used to
  • Can’t shop or cook regularly
  • Struggles with daily activities and routines

If someone you care about is experiencing one or more of these problems, residence in a high-quality personal care community may be just the right solution.  Each day, our personal care residents receive a sensitive helping hand with necessary, daily routines such as medications, bathing, dressing, and grooming.  Our Personal Care services are similar to what other areas of the state and country may refer to as “assisted living.”

Our staff of compassionate, specially trained caregivers respects each resident’s unique personality, needs and preferences.  As an added benefit, community life typically provides residents with the opportunity to enjoy new friendships and fulfilling recreational activities.

Personal Care Services and Amenities available at Stapeley:

  • Beautifully appointed private accommodations for individuals and couples
  • Three delicious, nutritious meals a day
  • A wide array of life-enriching programs and activities
  • Medication supervision
  • Assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, if needed
  • Escort to meals and activities, if needed
  • Oxygen maintenance and management
  • Assistance with incontinence and self-care catheters
  • Insulin diabetic management
  • Housekeeping and laundering of linens
  • 24-hour staffing and emergency assistance
  • Emergency medical call system for added security
  • Reserved parking for residents

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Contact Information

Senior Living Inquiries:
877-U-AGE-WEL
Employment Inquiries:
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Corporate Office Phone:
215-354-0565
Corporate Office Fax:
215-354-1435
Reporter Inquiries: 
Zach Raczka, 856-242-9201

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