Assisted Living Frequently Asked Questions
Assisted Living at Ledgemont
Springhouse requires all new residents to pay a one-time community fee prior to moving in. This fee is used by Springhouse to offset the cost of furnishing and maintaining the shared common areas which make up nearly half of the assisted living residence, i.e., dining rooms, library, social rooms and maintenance of the grounds. The community fee is refundable on a pro-rated basis if the resident moves within the first three months of occupancy. This fee is equivalent to one month’s rent.
All Assisted Living residents receive up to one hour per day of personal care assistance with all activities of daily living and self-administered medication management.
There are three types of apartment styles in Assisted Living. Apartment styles include studios, one bedrooms and one bedrooms with two baths.
Yes, there is scheduled transportation to medical appointments. Additionally, there are scheduled outings to shopping, recreational and cultural activities.
“My mother enjoys life at Springhouse. I feel that she is comfortable and happy; she has developed a routine and made new friends in the community. I woke up this morning feeling a sense of real relief that I haven’t felt in years.”
– Daughter of a Resident