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Senior Commons at Powder Mill has always had the reputation as the “place to be” in York County for seniors looking for an easier lifestyle or some assistance with activities of daily living.
At Senior Commons at Powder Mill, you will enjoy conversations with new people, activities and group outings, deliciously prepared meals and assistance when you need it!
With three levels of care—independent living, personal care, and memory care—you can be assured that you’re getting the care you need now and into the future!
Independent Living, Personal Care and Memory Care
Because There’s More!
We have many different floor plans to accommodate every preference and budget while providing the security and comfort you would expect from your home. Independent Living residents can choose from one-or-two bedroom apartments with full kitchens. Our Personal Care living arrangements offer private or semi-private studios or one-bedroom suites, and our Memory Care neighborhood provides private or semi-private studios. Make your cozy apartment feel more like home by adding your personal touches.
Whether you’re entertaining guests inside your apartment or taking a moment to chat with a neighbor in the lounge area, it’s all a part of your home!
At Senior Commons at Powder Mill, we want our residents to live their best lives! As a resident, you have the freedom to take on as many activities as you wish. Are you interested in improving your wellness regimen? FOX Rehabilitation holds various fitness classes that focus on improving strength, mobility and balance helping you to live stronger, longer. Enjoy hearty (and healthy!) meals from our menus each day, while sharing stories with neighbors. Keep busy with a new craft project, catch a movie, or go out shopping. There are plenty of opportunities to spend time with others and make new friends.
1775 Powder Mill Rd
My sister and I visited many assisted living communities in the York Area before we chose Senior Commons at Powder Mill for our mother. It was the nicest and cleanest place by far. We both felt the community was absolutely beautiful and smelled wonderful. Our mother was very lonely and depressed after the death of our father. She was not eating very much and most of her friends were not able to get out anymore even to attend church. She has made many new friends. They have so many activities. She enjoys the musical performances and devotions and her exercise class. Mother often comments on how helpful all the staff are. My sister and I feel confident we made the right choice and feel assured our mother is in great hands.