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Garden Spot Village

433 S Kinzer Ave, New Holland, PA 17557
Garden Spot Village, New Holland, PA

Overview

Garden Spot Village is an active and dynamic retirement community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Founded on faith in 1990, Garden Spot Village provides abundant opportunities for people who are 55+ to live with purpose in community. Located on a scenic 220-acre campus in New Holland, Pennsylvania, Garden Spot Village features award-winning architecture, exceptional amenities, more than 40 micro-communities, and a vibrant schedule of activities, including international travel.

In addition to residential offerings, Garden Spot provides a continuum of care as well as Garden Spot Village At Home and DayBreak for the broader New Holland community.

Room Types

  • 1-Bedroom Apartment w/ Den
  • 1-Bedroom Apartments
  • 2-Bedroom Apartment w/ Den
  • 3-Bedroom Apartments

Amenities

  • Activities Offsite
  • Activities Onsite
  • Air Conditioning
  • Arts and Crafts Center

Services

  • 24/7 Availability of Healthcare Professionals
  • Ambulatory Care
  • Ancillary Services
  • Bathing & Showering Assistance

Pricing

Starting Price $85,900 entrance fee with a $1,675 monthly fee for single occupancy for a studio garden apartment

Garden Spot Village is a continuing care retirement community with a variety of home choices available. Additional information regarding pricing can be downloaded at www.gardenspotvillage.org/pricing.

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Care

Personal Care

Personal care involves assisting with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, medication management, and mobility support to help maintain independence and enhance day-to-day life.

Respite Care

Respite care is short-term or temporary care. Respite care can be provided in adult day centers, in private homes via home health agencies and in senior living communities, most often assisted living or skilled nursing facilities.

Home Care

Home care typically offers nonclinical support for Activities of Daily Living (ADL) like bathing and dressing, as well as Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) such as transportation, meal preparation, and medication reminders, all provided in the comfort of one’s home.

Senior Apartments

Senior apartments are designed for older adults, featuring amenities and services. These apartments offer a maintenance-free lifestyle with access to social activities, promoting active living and independence.

Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing and nursing homes are residential facilities that offer medical care and support for individuals that require a higher level of medical attention and assistance. These are staffed by licensed healthcare providers and offer a range of services to ensure the well-being and comfort of residents.

Assisted Living

A living option for seniors or individuals who require assistance with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, or medication management while maintaining a level of independence. Assisted living facilities offer personalized care plans and social activities that promote quality of life for their residents.

Memory Care

Memory care communities offer specialized care and support for individuals dealing with memory-related conditions, such as Alzheimer’s or dementia. These facilities are equipped with trained staff and offer engaging activities designed to promote well-being while ensuring a safe living environment.

Life Plan/CCRCs

Also referred to as Life Plan Communities, these communities offer a comprehensive continuum of care for residents. CCRCs offer multiple levels of care, allowing seniors to transition between independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care as their needs change throughout their aging journey.

Active Adult

Active adult communities are vibrant residential neighborhoods designed specifically for individuals typically 55 and older. These communities offer a range of amenities, as well as recreational and social activities.

Independent Living

Designed to help older adults who want to maintain an active and independent lifestyle, these communities offer services and amenities that cater to residents’ needs, while encouraging a sense of community and freedom from the responsibilities of owning a home.

Neighborhood

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