Beaver, PA–Cambridge Retirement Living is excited to announce a season of sawdust and drywall is finally coming to an end and two new top-of-the-line facilities are available for seniors and their families in western Pennsylvania.
At two senior care facilities, each not far from the Beaver-Lawrence county line, renovations are done and the door is open to new residents just in time for the fall season–with all the necessary precautions of the COVID-19 era.
Cambridge Falls–559 Norwood Dr. in Wampum, Pa–was purchased by Cambridge Retirement Living last year. Cambridge renovated the 22,000 square foot property, adding many improvements and amenities to the wooded retreat. With all the Covid-19 guidelines upheld we are ready for seniors to join our home and family.
COVID-19 delayed Falls opening, but the delay enabled the speedy renovation of Cambridge Pointe. For a few weeks in July, Cambridge Falls filled with Pointe residents as the very same carpenters and painters who renovated Falls went to work on Pointe.
Those renovations wrapped up last week. Residents have returned to Cambridge Pointe where they enjoy the splendid comforts of a total home renovation. No stone was left unturned during this renovation–from walls, to carpet, to the cozy movie theater to the luxurious hair and beauty salon.
“We believe in improving the lives of our residents. That begins with providing first-rate accommodations and amenities,” says Susan DeMeio, Executive Director of Operations at Cambridge Retirement Living. “It takes time and teamwork to raise properties to our standards, but it makes all the difference.”
Cambridge Falls and Cambridge Pointe facilities are open and ready to receive new residents. Tours are taking place online for the foreseeable future. Cambridge Falls is also a secured Memory Care facility, ready to safely serve seniors with memory related needs.
To learn more information or to schedule a virtual tour please contact Kathleen Frickanish at 724-944-1088.