Strafford In-Home Care Services
Strafford, Pennsylvania is part of both Radnor Township and Tredyffrin Township in both Delaware and Chester Counties. It is considered an unincorporated community and shares its history and characteristics with bordering townships.
Radnor Township has a population of 31, 531 and Treddyfrin Township has a population of 29, 233.
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The town of Strafford is easily accessible through SEPTA services, via the Paoli/Thorndale Line of the Regional Rail. The building situated at the Stafford station is the only building of the 1876 Centennial Exhibition that remains standing.
As part of two townships, Strafford students either attend Radnor Township School District schools or Tredyffrin/Easttown School District schools.
The area of Strafford is significantly residential, and much of its history revolves around the building of certain dwelling structures, as well as the exchange of property from one family to another.
Like many places in the country, Stafford experienced a population increase after World War II.
Things to do in Strafford
Being part of two counties in lovely suburban Philadelphia neighborhoods, the residents of Strafford enjoy the eclectic mix of local arts, entertainment, and restaurant facilities, as well as outdoor facilities that are available for those who enjoy spending time in nature.
Chanticleer: Stunning gardens grace this 47-acre property. Developed significantly and maintained by horticulturalists since 1990, Chanticleer is a public garden, abundant with foliage and flowers, and offers educational and social activities to the public. The facility is open Wednesdays through Sundays, from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 pm.
Wayne Art Center: A treat for the art enthusiast! Dedicated to the enrichment and education of the community through various art mediums such as fine arts, crafts, music, drama, and culinary arts, the Wayne Art Center provides plenty of opportunities for nearby residents to participate in art-centered events and activities. The location is also a prime venue for private events such as weddings, corporate events, and team building. Be sure to check it out!
King of Prussia Mall: One of the largest shopping malls in the nation, the King of Prussia Mall is the most extensive retail mecca in the area. With over 400 stores, including high-end retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Lord and Taylor, Bloomingdales, and Macy's, the King of Prussia Mall also has a vast selection of restaurants inside the facility and around the premises. Seasonal events and holidays draw large crowds to the mall frequently, as well.
Autograph Brasserie: Thousands of celebrity autographs and music albums grace the walls of this unique food and beverage establishment, which is in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Inspired by French, Italian, and Spanish recipes, the American dishes served have a unique style and flavor. If you would like to try a new restaurant in the Strafford area, stop at Autograph Brasserie in Wayne to give it a try.
Get Help With Comfort Keepers
At Comfort Keepers in King of Prussia, we believe in living life to the fullest and participating in the community as much as possible. Our highly qualified staff of dedicated caregivers are here to help you to remain active and engaged in the life of your community. If you would like to learn more about senior care options that we provide, please call us at (484) 306-3083 or fill out the contact form on our website.
In Home Care Services:
Companion Care- Stimulating seniors through good conversation and favored activities.
Personal Care- Dignified assistance with personal tasks like bathing, dressing, and grooming.
Respite Care- Support for familial caregivers so they can always be at their best.
Senior Transportation- Safe travel so seniors can make appointments, events, and errands.
Seniors & Technology- Pairing seniors with technology to keep them connected and informed.
Specialized Care Services:
24 Hour Care- Around-the-clock supervision and assistance within the home.
Dementia Care- Special care for seniors experiencing difficulties with cognitive decline.
End of Life Care- Essential care and support for seniors diagnosed with a limited life expectancy.
In-Facility Care- Providing services in assisted living facilities and anywhere else that's called home.
Post Hospital Care- Helping seniors recover and avoid re-admission after transitioning from hospital to home.
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