Bring Your Lifestyle to Life
At our active living community, every day is filled with opportunities, inspiration and satisfaction. We have created a lifestyle that combines casual elegance with the highest standards of living, featuring stylish residential homes, richly landscaped grounds and walking trails, nationally recognized dining, first-class amenities and services, opportunities for spiritual enlightenment and much more.
Achieving Wellness Every Day
As an active senior living community, Meadowood provides many ways for you to maximize the six dimensions of wellness: spiritual, intellectual, physical, social, vocational and emotional. From working out in our state-of-the-art-fitness center to forming friendships in our 60+ clubs and groups, you’ll find countless opportunities to live a vibrant, balanced lifestyle.
Here are some of the wellness-enhancing pursuits you can look forward to at Meadowood:
Fitness: tai chi, yoga, square dancing, line dancing, strength training, swimming, aerobic exercise classes, cardiovascular equipment
Groups and clubs: audio/visual, billiards, bridge, books, camera club, table tennis, quilting, bocce ball, golf, chorus, gardening, woods and trails, Wii Bowling
The arts: art studio and exhibits, ceramics, crafts, films/movies, jewelry and beading, woodworking shop
Outings: dinners, movies, day/weekend/weeklong excursions, theatre, concerts
Entertainment: community concerts, First Friday Social, music hour, Philadelphia Orchestra programs, square dancing
Education: computer lab, current events, CREAM (Continuing Resident Education at Meadowood), lectures
Volunteering: Gosling’s Nest, mail and water delivery in the Health Center, mobility assistance service, book reading, friendly visitors, therapy dog visits, creative arts, bingo, Attic Treasures, biographies, greeters, new resident mentor program
Spirituality: Bible studies, worship services, prayer group, transitions group
Welcoming All Faiths
At Meadowood, there is a rich diversity among our residents’ spiritual beliefs, and our retirement community embraces people of all faith traditions. Our chaplain is available to support residents, staff and their families in their spiritual journeys and offer encouragement in times of transition, crisis and need.
Further information is available by contacting Reverend Sue Ebersberger, Meadowood chaplain, at 610.584.3955.