News and Events

No matter the time of year, we always have news and events to share with you and your family members. From winter holidays and summer events to tips and advice on living a fuller, healthier life no matter your age, Harrison Senior Living will keep you well informed and entertained.

How to Get Home Health Care Services for Yourself or Your Parents

Category: Chester County, Corporate, Georgetown, John B. Parsons, Snow Hill

Navigating the journey of acquiring home health care services for yourself or your aging parents can be filled with questions and uncertainties. At Harrison Senior Living, we understand the importance of this decision and the need for clear, compassionate guidance. This blog is designed to be your comprehensive guide, helping you obtain the right home health care services that cater to your specific needs or those of your loved ones.

Staying Fit After Fifty: The Best Exercises for Older Adults

Category: Chester County, Corporate, Snow Hill

As we age, maintaining an active lifestyle becomes more important than ever. Exercise isn't just about keeping fit. It’s the key to a healthier, more vibrant life, resulting in many health benefits. From bolstering heart health to enhancing mental well-being, the advantages are diverse and significant. However, not all exercises are created equal, especially when it comes to the unique needs of older adults. That's why we'll guide you through some of the best exercises for older adults, focusing on improving balance, strength, and flexibility while highlighting certain activities that might be best avoided to prevent injury.

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Harrison Senior Living Leaders Named Women Of Distinction

Category: Chester County, Corporate, Snow Hill

Harrison Senior Living is proud to announce that two of their community leaders have been selected as Women of Distinction by trade publication, McKnight’s Long-Term Care News & McKnight’s Senior Living. Stacy Yosko, Resident Services Director at Harrison House of Chester County and Juliet Fountain, Administrator and Executive Director for both Harrison House of Snow Hill and John B. Parsons Assisted Living. The Women of Distinction program, in its fifth year, recognizes women who have made significant contributions to the senior living or skilled nursing professions or who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to the fields.

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John B. Parsons Hosts Golden Anniversary Event!

Category: John B. Parsons

The John B. Parsons community hosted a Golden Anniversary Happy Hour to mark Harrison Senior Living's 50th Anniversary!

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An Evening Celebrating 50th Anniversary & Art!

Category: Chester County

Harrison House of Chester County concluded the 50th Anniversary celebrations for Harrison Senior Living with an Anniversary Event and Art Show! It was a beautiful evening honoring both the history of the organization and the antiquity of the local community of Coatesville. 

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Harrison House of Snow Hill Community Day Picnic!

Category: Snow Hill

The second of four 50th anniversary events planned for this year, Harrison House of Snow Hill hosted a Community Day Picnic on September 23rd!

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Harrison House of Georgetown Celebrates 50th with a Luau!

Category: Georgetown

Harrison House of Georgetown's parent company, Harrison Senior Living, celebrates 50 years in business and Georgetown threw a luau to commemorate the occasion!

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Harrison Saunders Named 2022 Philadelphia Titan 100

Category: Corporate

President & CEO of Harrison Senior Living, Harrison Saunders, named a 2022 Philadelphia Titan 100!

2022 silver award for national quality

Harrison House of Snow Hill, a Harrison Senior Living community, has been recognized by resident families for its excellence, according to results of the Maryland Nursing Home Family Experience of Care Survey.

Advocates with Govenor Carney

Harrison Senior Living's Chief Operating Officer joins the Delaware Health Care Facilities Association and the Alzheimer’s Association, Delaware Valley Chapter to advocate in DC!