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2024 AOC Summer Soiree: Canvas & Cocktails

June 17, 2024

Friday, June 7, 2024 • 6pm to 9pm Hosted By The Art of Caring Committee The Hickman 400 N. Walnut Street West Chester, PA 19380 484-760-6300


Creating a Safe and Nurturing Environment: A Guide to Personal Care

May 11, 2024

If you or your loved one is finding your daily responsibilities and activities too much to manage on your own, The Hickman Senior Living Community in West Chester can ease your burdens and provide the help you need. Our caring and supportive community of professionals can provide daily personal care to help maintain and support your freedom so you can continue enjoying your daily life.


Family Affair: United by Work, Bound by Family – Cousins LaMonica and Tina at The Hickman

April 23, 2024

Come along as we share the story of cousins LaMonica Anderson, Human Resources Manager, and Tina Wright, caregiver and 2022-23 Argentum All-Star Apprentice of the Year, in the third installment of our Family Affair series.


Your Guide to West Chester’s Cultural Hotspots from The Hickman

April 18, 2024

One of the best things about living at The Hickman is its proximity to the array of activities, culture, and entertainment in our bustling borough. While many of the attractions are year-round, we’re starting to see the calendar of events kicking into high gear here in town as we inch closer to summer. Festivals, theater, art, live music, delicious cuisine ... you name it, we’ve likely got it – and it’s all happening beyond our doorstep here at The Hickman!


The Hickman: Bridging Tradition and Innovation with the Launch of its State-of-the-Art Website

March 29, 2024

As The Hickman embarks on this new chapter in its illustrious history, the launch of its new website symbolizes a forward-thinking approach to senior care, setting a new standard of excellence in the industry.


A Family Affair: The Hickman’s Uplifting Story of Mother-Daughter Collaboration

March 19, 2024

It’s rare to come across a workplace you adore so much that you feel compelled to encourage your friends and loved ones to join. Its family atmosphere is so pervasive that employees urge relatives to interview for open positions. Pairs of parents, children, sisters, aunts, nieces, and grandchildren are represented across nearly every department at The Hickman—a testament to just how much working at The Hickman not only feels like family but is family. Now we turn the spotlight onto a second of these The Hickman family units, Monica Nearey and her daughter Erin.


Legacy Decluttering: Step-by-Step Guide to Compiling Your Legacy Binder

March 12, 2024

What comes to mind when you think of your legacy? Maybe it’s the collection of assets you plan to bequeath to your heirs. Or, perhaps to you, the term legacy means the social impact you hope to have had on those in your community. But as you may recall in Part One of the Legacy Decluttering series, there’s more to it. There is an often overlooked—but no less important—aspect of the legacy you leave your loved ones ... and you can start building it right now.


Leap Day Reflections: Preserving Community Wisdom in The Hickman’s Time Capsule

February 29, 2024

Another Leap Year is upon us, and seeing as this occasion only comes but once every four years, we at The Hickman began to ponder—what are the best things about living here?


Making the Right Move: When and How to Downsize for Seniors

January 30, 2024

The new year is a time when many of us feel as though the year ahead is a blank slate, ready for resolutions and redefining our goals. Some seniors may find themselves thinking about their future in their homes. When is it time to downsize? It’s a big decision and not one that is usually taken lightly. How do you know if it might be right for you? How do you even begin?


Demystifying Hospice Care: Providing Comfort, Dignity, and Support at the End of Life

January 23, 2024

Hospice care can be hard to talk about. Many of us might not be familiar with it, and those of us who are familiar with it tend to associate it with impending loss. It’s true that hospice care is offered to those who are thought to be nearing the end of life; but when we start to peel back the layers of what’s involved in hospice, we realize it’s so much more than that.

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