The Willow Valley Communities Difference
A Lifestyle That Engages Mind, Body and Spirit
Willow Valley Communities is more than a retirement community in PA – it’s a way of life. Even more, it’s a mind, body, and spirit approach to wellness, the warmth and welcome of neighbors, making the most of your days, and sharing your experiences with those you love. Most of all, it’s the exceptional value of Lifecare – a wise investment for your future.
Lifecare is a comprehensive Type-A Contract that entitles every member of our community to short- and long-term care, if it is needed, at no additional cost. Lifecare gives you the security that no matter what level of long-term care you may need, you’re entitled to receive it right here, without an increase to your monthly service fee. It’s at the core of what makes Willow Valley Communities so special.
With Willow Valley Communities’ longstanding commitment to excellence in service, distinctive environments, rich amenities, and caring team members, you can feel confident in your decision. Unlike some over-55 communities in PA, Willow Valley Communities offers you peace of mind. It’s a wise financial investment with a stable, innovative company that has been offering premier senior living for over 30 years, earning an “A” financial rating.
At Willow Valley Communities, we strive every day to create an innovative, engaged culture full of possibilities for our Willow Valley family and all those we encounter.
We inspire each person to embrace the possibilities of a life lived forward.
We will be a strong organization, glorifying God by serving Him, seeking His will daily, and showing Christian love and respect to others at all times. We will do this by consistently reaching for the highest standards of quality, value, and integrity in every area of service, every facility, every product, and every resource we provide to our Residents, Guests, Customers, Community, and Team Members.
Our Statement of Inclusion
Willow Valley Communities values diversity and inclusion and is committed to a culture of possibilities for all Residents and Team Members in all aspects of their identities such as race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, and disability. Each of us plays a part in respecting relationships by honoring each other with kindness and appreciating our differences as demonstrated through our actions and our words.
We create a culture of possibilities for our Willow Valley family and all those we encounter through our promise to:
Make a Difference
To create moments that positively impact others’ lives, the world, and ultimately, ourselves.
To demonstrate a personal commitment to deliver extraordinary service while creating memorable experiences.
To honor each other with kindness and appreciate the value of differences.
To inspire wellness in all dimensions by creating a positive environment and promoting a balanced lifestyle for ourselves and others.
To positively transform the way aging is viewed and experienced in our world.
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As a retired Air Force Colonel, certified personal trainer, and former member of a Continuing Care Retirement Community board of directors, Resident Betty Price was looking to retire to a 55+ community in which she could flourish as she aged. She shares personal reflections on how she tackled the process of her move and now thrives in her new phase of life.