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Chestnut Ridge Blog: Folks just want to have fun

November 29, 2017

We’ve all read too many articles and blog posts to count. So it’s refreshing to find something that offer alternative resources. Specifically, we’re excited about games. Best... Read More 

Six tips for a good conversation with your elderly parents

November 29, 2017

“Constantly talking isn’t necessarily communicating.” ― Charlie Kaufman Providing care for elderly parents – whether it’s your full-time responsibility or... Read More 

Let's be honest: Three facts about our independent living community

November 29, 2017

Giving a parent the best possible care sometimes means letting others lend a hand. However, this certainly does not mean shipping your loved one off to a nursing home, a phrase that probably... Read More 

What to expect at the beginning of Alzheimer's

November 29, 2017

Each person is affected by Alzheimer’s in a unique way. If you are just stepping into the role of caregiver for a loved one, breathe easy. We’re here to help on your journey. In the... Read More 

Chestnut Ridge Team Walks to End Alzheimer's in Philadelphia

November 29, 2017

The Residences at Chestnut Ridge, a rehabilitation and living facility for people 50 years of age and older, is participating in the 2015 Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End... Read More 

A long life of purpose

November 29, 2017

Our team works hard to provide a sense of community at the Residences at Chestnut Ridge. We believe that community provides a sustained sense of purpose and better quality of... Read More 

Five great reasons to choose independent living for your loved ones

November 29, 2017

Watching parents lose their independence as they age is one of the most challenging realities we face. About 14 percent of all people over age 65 have two to three chronic conditions that erode... Read More 

We need to talk about Alzheimer's

November 29, 2017

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in ten Americans have had a family member with Alzheimer’s. The disease damages pathways between the brain’s nerve cells,... Read More 


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