From the Village to the Health Center, Pine Run provides plentiful options for older adults.
Suburban Life Magazine recently featured Pine Run Retirement Community in their June 2020 article “In Good Hands”. The article shares a broad overview of the entire continuum of care available for residents and prospective residents.
As a premier senior living and continuing care community in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Pine Run Retirement Community offers living options for every stage of life for those 65 and better. The 43-acre campus is graced with natural beauty and enhanced with the amenities seniors and their families are looking for today.
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That warm, welcoming environment which defines Pine Run Retirement Community is just one of the many unique aspects that separates it from other retirement communities.
For the Wheatons and their fellow Villagers, the relaxed, engaging, and peaceful environment of Pine Run makes it not only comfortable but also a home where they feel safe and genuinely cared for, especially during challenging times.
“The administration and Associates are very good,” said Harry Wheaton. “They have absolutely stepped up in this crisis,” referring to the ongoing pandemic of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). “There’s a lot of comfort in knowing that,” he added.
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Bucks County senior living community encourages children and the young at heart to brighten the day for seniors by sending cards, artwork and letters via email
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (March 2020): Nursing homes and personal care residences are restricting visitors in order to protect their vulnerable residents during the Coronavirus outbreak. For seniors, that means big changes to their daily routines, including the loss of visitors, time with loved ones, and social time.
Pine Run Retirement Community, one of Bucks County’s leading senior living and senior care providers, launched a social campaign to make it easier to stay in touch with residents. The new Spread Some Sunshine program aims to lighten moods and bring some smiles to the community’s seniors.
“It’s wonderful to see innovative ideas and creative solutions during this time,” said Pine Run’s Executive Director Maria Santangelo. “We are looking forward to seeing the creativity pour in and the joy that it brings to our residents.”
Spread Some Sunshine is an opportunity for children and the young at heart to get creative coloring, drawing or designing cards, artwork and letters to brighten the day of residents while visitation is restricted. All artwork needs to be submitted electronically – not mailed physically.
Photos and images can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Items can be addressed to a specific resident by including their name in the subject of the email. Staff at Pine Run Retirement Community will print out all of the submissions and give them to residents, particularly those in its Health Center and Lakeview Personal Care residences.
For more information on the Spread Some Sunshine Program, please visit pinerun.org/spread-some-sunshine.
It is easy to see why artists and other creative souls are drawn to Pine Run’s lovely 43-acre setting on Ferry Road in Doylestown Township. Long green vistas surround charming apartments and cottages tucked into cluster neighborhoods, where paved walking paths connect explorers to water’s edge.
“Our Villagers often express that they feel a deep connection to nature here,” says Executive Director Maria Santangelo. “Whether you’re a birdwatcher, a dog walker, or simply seeking solitude, our beautiful landscape can inspire creativity.”
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Gorski Engineering of Collegeville, PA, received the Excellence in Construction Merit Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter for Pine Run’s “Hub” project. Gorski entered the project in the “Institutional Over $10 Million” category.
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The Pine Run Community Center was featured in Suburban Life‘s November issue. Widely recognized for its success in enhancing the lives of its residents, Doylestown’s Pine Run Retirement Community has recently broadened its facilities to ensure that every senior has the ability to live his or her healthiest life.
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The grand opening of the Pine Run Retirement Community Center was featured in the Bucks County Herald. More than 350 of the Doylestown Township retirement community’s villagers attended the grand opening on Oct. 2, marked by comments from a variety of speakers including Executive Director Maria Santangelo, who had each contributed to making the highly anticipated center a reality.
Pine Run Retirement Community was voted The Best Of Bucks 2019 by readers of The Intelligencer newspaper. Pine Run received more votes than Ann’s Choice, Peter Becker Community, and Wesley Enhanced Living in Doylestown. More than 147,000 votes were cast in the early summer via online ballots. The contest results were tabulated by an independent accounting firm and announced at an award ceremony held at the Fuge in Warminster on September 12.
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