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The Hearth at Drexel Blog

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Observing the Jewish High Holy Days at The Hearth at Drexel

For Jewish residents at The Hearth at Drexel, an assisted living and memory care community in Bala Cynwyd, PA, the important High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in September frame the intense reflective period known as 10 Days of Repentance between the celebration of the Jewish New Year and the more somber [...]

The Healing Power of Community and Culture at The Hearth

After being diagnosed with a serious heart condition five years ago, Chloe, a retired teacher, moved to The Hearth at Drexel. Too sick for surgery then, Chloe needed to move to a caring environment where her medical, physical, social, spiritual, emotional and intellectual needs could be fulfilled, yet where she could be close to her [...]

Engendering Hope: New Connects Old to Future Possibilities

The Hearth at Drexel illustrates how the modernization of an older community can embrace the charm and beauty of the old while transforming it for the best in person-centered care and comfort. It all began in 1888 when John D. Lankenau established a home for aged men and women. He named it the Mary J. [...]

Discover the Differences Between Assisted Living & Personal Care: Making the Right Decision for Your Loved One

Home is where we feel comfort, peace, and security. When you or your loved one is considering moving to a retirement living community, it’s important to understand the various levels of care so that you and your family can feel confident that you’ve made the right decision. The Hearth at Drexel, a premier assisted living [...]

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