Edie Yeager has been involved in supporting the fight against breast cancer since her daughter’s diagnosis 16 years ago. This year was the first time she participated in a walk to raise money, and her friends at Masonic Village helped her to become the top fundraiser in Pennsylvania.
The city of Pittsburgh is home to an array of major league sports teams, entertainment venues, academic institutions and now, retirees, including Harry and Toni Vosseler.
Thanks to the Channel 956 volunteers, Masonic Village at Sewickley residents can stay informed and entertained from the comfort of their own homes.
Ruth has scores of friends at Masonic Village, and Donna Billings is proud to be one of them. She admires Ruth's attitude, adventurous spirit and endless energy.
How the cost of health care at continuing care retirement communities is covered depends on the plan offered. Learn more about your options.
Moving to a senior living community is a big decision during normal circumstances. You may assume now is not a good time to make this transition in your life, but a move to Masonic Villages could help alleviate current worries, as well as future ones.
As rated by residents and families, the Masonic Village at Sewickley has been recognized as the “Best of” in senior living, putting it in the top 2-3% of senior care providers in the United States and Canada.
Jon and Barbara Fritz did not expect their family to worry about their care as they aged. “The time had come in our lives, me being 80 and my wife 77, to consider such a move,” Jon said. “The decision was an easy one.”
Although they sound very similar, Medicare and Medicaid are very different services.
If you have looked into Medicare to see about getting covered, you know how complex it can be. You may be confused about late penalties, lack of coverage and which plans are best for you, for starters.