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In The News

There’s always something fun and exciting going on at Frederick Living. The more you know about what’s going on here, the easier it is for you to become involved—and that makes Frederick Living a more interesting community for all of us. View our latest news below or use the menu to the left to get more detail—and be sure to follow us on Facebook for regular updates as well!

Statement on Racial Justice

July 1, 2020

Frederick Living fully embraces the, MHS Statement on Racial Justice as attests the Chair of our Board of Directors, Warren Tyson. “I appreciate that MHS has issued a short, clear and direct statement affirming that Black lives matter. As a Christian organization there should be no question among our Black brothers and sisters where we stand affirming this Statement. It is true that all lives matter to God, but right now when Blacks generally are being questioned regarding their value, we cannot be silent about where we stand. None of our employees, residents or other partners in service at Frederick...

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“A Socially Distanced Scholarship Award.”

June 26, 2020

Frederick Living Announces Beverly Nonnemaker Awarded $1,000 LeadingAge PA Education Scholarship Zeiglerville, Pa. June 25th, 2020– Frederick Living is thrilled to announce Beverly Nonnemaker has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from LeadingAge PA for their 2020 Education Scholarship program. Nonnemaker serves as the scheduling coordinator for skilled nursing facility, Cedarwood, and will use her scholarship to continue studies at Montgomery County Community College where she is studying to become a Registered Nurse. “Beverly has served Frederick Living over 15 years and demonstrates our mission each day as she supports employees and residents in senior care,” said Lauren Thomson, Director of...

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A Zoom with Mom!

May 8, 2020

Between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Sunday, we will be doing short Zoom meetings with families and their mother, grandmother, or just “special lady” residing in Oaktree, Cedarwood or Magnolia. If you would like to wish someone a Happy Mother’s Day,  or perhaps you have a family member that wants to send you greetings, let us know.   We will have a team member circling the buildings to share a video or phone chat. We’ll handle the technology…you enjoy the smiles!” Please leave a message at (610) 754-7878,  Ext. 123 Or email 

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Opportunity to Connect with Your Loved Ones With Zoom Video!

March 31, 2020

Let us help you connect using our own computer Frederick Living is offering an opportunity to have face to face connection with loved ones through Zoom Video.  Below are the days and time periods the video visits will be offered.   Zoom sessions will be scheduled for 15 minutes per person/family with verbal permission from the resident. Oaktree Apartment Residents Tuesdays and Thursdays   7:00-8:30 p.m. Cottage/Villa Residents Wednesdays and Fridays 7:00-8:30 pm.   If you are interested, in signing up for a Zoom session please contact Director of Residential Living Services Emily Messner at or call 610-754-8919 ext. 206 btw....

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Do you sew? How to make a face mask

March 26, 2020

How to Make a Face Mask Materials Front: 100% unused cotton fabric – no metallic fabrics Back: 100% unused cotton or cotton flannel Attachment: 1/8”, 1/4”, or 3/8” flat elastic (white is preferred, black is OK) OR Two 54” x 1/4” inch bias-tape style ties (no raw edges, white/light preferred, black/dark OK)       or Four 15” lengths of bias-tape Floral wire if adding a nose form Video instructions for making the masks can be found at these two websites: How to make a surgical mask with 1/4” elastic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kwFaRFHKhY How to make a surgical mask with bias tape (and nose form...

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Shopping for a Cause- Shopping in the Gift Shop supports Benevolent Care!

February 28, 2020

 Lori Hartzel presented John Hendrickson with a check for $10,000 for the 2019 proceeds from the Gift Shop for Resident Benevolent Care.  When you shop there you are helping to not only find quality gifts, treats and useful items but you are helping those residents, who through no fault of their own, are no longer able to fully cover the cost of their care.  Please thank Lori for the wonderful work she does running the gift shop and thank you to all the gift shop patrons.       

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Aspen Village Christmas Choir and Concert

January 6, 2020

Happy New Year! Aspen Village this holiday season had a resident led Christmas choir and concert.  We submitted this activity for a contest being held by the International Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners and the Center for Applied Research in Dementia (Dr. Cameron Camp’s organization). You can truly see the engagement and meaning this choir brought and continues to bring to the residents in it and those they sing for.  A big thanks to the Aspen Team who supported the resident choir on their musical journey this holiday season.  

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Frederick Living Recognized for The Alzheimer’s Association’s Longest Day Initiative

November 13, 2019

The Alzheimer’s Association’s Longest Day 2019 initiative recognized Frederick Living as one of their top three business/facility teams in the Delaware Valley, raising an amazing $4,280 from the 2019 car show! Maggie Shope, the Longest Day Coordinator in the region, brought along a recognition plaque and purple-wrapped candy to thank all or our staff and residents who contributed to the event.

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First Annual Preston’s Pantry Project

July 24, 2019

So honored to be part of Preston’s Pantry!!! Beginning July 25th Frederick Living will be a drop off location! Help us to keep Preston’s Legacy alive!    

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It’s Never Too Late Technology

July 9, 2019

A sincere thank you to those who contributed to the purchase of “It’s Never Too Late”. We are also grateful for the donations from Zion Mennonite Church, Forrest Hills Mennonite Church and Roger and Alex Kurtz. The Residents and Staff in Aspen Village, our Memory Support area, love it!

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