Frederick Living


In the spirit of Christian love, Frederick Living cares for and enriches the lives of older adults, while valuing the staff, volunteers and community that serve them.

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Address:2849 Big Road P.O. Box 498
Frederick, PA 19435-0498
Website:http://www.frederickliving.org
Email:acummings-leight@frederickliving.org
Phone Number:610-754-7878 ext. 250
Fax:610-754-6475
Frederick Living is a close-knit not-for-profit continuing care retirement community. For more than a century our focus has been on living well in every aspect of our lives … body, mind, and spirit. Rooted in our Mennonite heritage, we honor the dignity and autonomy of each person who lives and works here, regardless of their faith journey.
*Iindependent residential living cottages and apartments where residents have maintenance free living allowing time to enjoy volunteering, fitness and other enriching activities.
*Personal Care where residents can get more daily support with activities of daily living.
*Memory support personal care for persons with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia who received highly individualized, person-centered approach that honors each resident's autonomy and dignity.
*Health Care-where residents can receive Short Term Rehab after an illness or surgery or Long Term Health Care - with 24 hour nursing care.
Frederick Living is committed to providing Benevolent Care to those who can no longer pay their fees through no fault of their own and we welcome donations to support this effort.
"There are not enough words in the English language to express my gratitude and appreciation for all the loving care my mother received at Aspen Village (memory support). The staff went above and beyond in their efforts to take care of her. When I could no longer take care of her myself they became an extension of my love for my mother."  - Linda Saul

"We had one resident who was non-verbal and would not communicate in any aspect, no matter the efforts of the staff. When we introduced the Music and Memories program to her and programmed music of interest to her on an iPod and she started to listening to her music she had an enormous smile on her face. She began to sing every word to "Return to Sender" by Elvis Presley. She became a completely different person and a lot more vibrant. She has since passed, but every time we hear this song we think of her! We're so pleased to offer this wonderful service to our residents and hope we can continue to expand it."
Ryan Klag, Life Enrichment staffer in Cedarwood Nursing