Newtown Square In-Home Care Services
Newtown Township, Pennsylvania is a small community that totals 10.1 square miles, located in Delaware County. The earliest settlers were Welsh Quakers, referring to the town as “Newtown Square.” With over 300 years of history, Newtown Township is home to over 100 historic homes full of significance, churches, barns, and cemeteries. Overtime, the town has evolved into the perfect suburban community, full of old stone homes and structures that keep the history of Newtown Township alive.
Historic sites, beautiful state parks, and attractions in Newtown Township are a must to see and can be enjoyed by all ages.
Give us a call at (610) 543-6300 to learn more!
Some sites and attractions include:
Ridley Creek State Park - Located just sixteen miles outside of the city of Philadelphia, Ridley State Park offers several hiking and biking trails, horseback riding, swimming, boating, and picnic grounds. Perfect for families of all ages.
Paper Mill House and Museum – The original building was built in 1828 to hold four families that worked at the local mills set alongside Darby Creek. The home still includes the original general store that was added on in 1845. The museum is full of local history and serves as a meeting place for the local neighborhood groups.
Delaware County Veterans Memorial – Located in Newtown Square, 18-foot granite columns stand to teach visitors of the America Wars ranging all the way from the War of 1812 to the Wars of the Middle East. A perfect place to relax and walk through the trees and planted flowers trails that surround the memorial.
Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation – This location helps enhance our understanding of what life was like in the 18th century, living in a farm town in Southeast, PA.
Pennsylvania Railroad Museum – The Newtown Square Freight Station was first constructed in 1895 to help ship goods to the city of Philadelphia and reconstructed to contain its original glory in 1995.
According to the United State Census Bureau, Newtown Township has a population of 12,216. 15.9% of Newton Township’s population is over the age of 65 years. SEPTA provides public bus transportation between West Chester and 69th Street. The rail services in Newtown Township were disabled in 1963. As the population continues to age, in-home care is becoming more and more necessary, allowing many to consider Comfort Keepers.
About Comfort Keepers
Comfort Keepers excels in providing caring, qualified, and necessary care for your loved ones. Our professionals are focused on ensuring the ones you love are carefree and happy. We strive to see your loved ones receive the best possible care and enjoy Newtown Township. We can assist with dementia and Alzheimer’s, respite care, transportation and more. To learn more about Comfort Keepers and the excellent care we can provide, do not hesitate to contact us online. We are available to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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.
Kristy- Anne Hill Reviews Comfort Keepers
Newtown Square Senior Caregivers
I would just like to say that the services CK provides are truly the best and I would advise ANYONE who thinks they need senior care services to use them