Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to The Hickman’s FAQ Hub, where we offer insights and clear answers to your most pressing inquiries about our senior living community. Navigating the choices for yourself or a loved one can be complex, but we’re committed to simplifying this journey with comprehensive information. Let us guide you through the details of life at The Hickman, ensuring a well-informed and confident decision-making process. Here, you’ll find a wealth of resources and expert advice, tailored to address all aspects of senior living, from care options to community amenities, helping you make the best choice for a vibrant and fulfilling lifestyle at The Hickman.
Are There Available Options as I Need More Care?
The Hickman Resident Services Department is available to provide personal care and assistance tailored to each individual. Residents are assessed prior to admission, 30 days post admission and then every 6 months thereafter, or sooner, if a significant improvement or decline in activities of daily living is noted.
What Distinguishes The Hickman From Other Senior Living Communities?
Our foremost commitment at The Hickman is the compassionate care of our residents, a tradition that has endured for over a century in the Borough of West Chester. Situated on a beautiful park-like campus, within walking distance from the town center, our warm and inviting environment reflects our Quaker heritage. This deep-rooted commitment to care, combined with our active engagement within the greater community, ensures vibrant interactions and enriches the lives of our residents.
Do I Need to be a Quaker to Live at The Hickman?
No, while The Hickman was founded by Quakers many years ago, our residents come from varied backgrounds and religious affiliations. We continue to operate the community under Quaker principles and are committed to providing a welcoming and caring atmosphere for all.
How Can I Schedule a Tour of The Hickman?
Simply contact our Admissions Office, and they will gladly assist you in scheduling a personalized tour. It will be our pleasure to show you our lovely community! To arrange your visit, don’t hesitate to contact our Admissions Specialist, Renee Adams, at 484-760-6401 or via email at email@example.com.
When is The Right Time to Consider a Move to a
Personal Care Community?
The best time to think about a personal care community is while you are still active and wish to continue an independent, healthy life. The relief of the burdens of home ownership and chores of everyday life opens up worlds of possibilities for enjoying community activities and experiencing new outlets for growth.