Freedom Village at Brandywine

15 Freedom Blvd Coatesville PA 19320

866-465-5993

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Located in historic Chester County, our continuing care retirement community, also known as a CCRC, gives you access to four levels of care on one campus, including independent living, personal care home, memory care, and skilled nursing. Plus, you’ll have the fun maintenance-free lifestyle you want, plus care if and when you need it.

Here you have choices for how to spend your day. Imagine a retirement where you never stop growing. Our residents are lifelong learners because exploring new ideas and skills allows you to engage in life with purpose.

Stir up some friendly competition with a game of billiards, make music with the Village Singers, attend the latest cooking demonstration, or join in the current events discussion group. For every interest, we include opportunities to learn, be creative and make each day meaningful. Need a little more inspiration? Here are a few more of the fun things you could be enjoying if you lived here:
•Exercise and fitness classes
•Trivia and game nights
•Classes and demonstrations
•Arts and crafts projects
•Education programs
•Brain Fit classes

With several floor plans to choose from, you’ll find just the right fit for your next home. These features will make you feel right at home:

Floor plan choices: studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom condos and two-bedroom terrace homes
•Plenty of natural window light
•Lots of storage with spacious closets
•Many apartments have a four-seasons room
•Pet-friendly
•Maintenance-free exteriors and interiors
•Updated open-concept kitchens

With our continuum of care options, you’ll be prepared with the care you might need down the road. If you need skilled nursing care while recovering from surgery, no problem. Need an extra hand with daily activities like medication management or dressing? We’ve got that, too.  
And for your peace of mind, our staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be alerted to an emergency.

Our Alzheimer's and dementia care community, also known as Clare Bridge, is rooted in “a person-centered approach”. That means we help our residents find a sense of belonging and purpose while also helping them preserve who they are. We also have our Clare Bridge Crossings program which is designed for individuals in the early stages of Alzheimer’s or dementia. While not appropriate for all persons with dementia, this program is often a stepping stone between assisted living and our Clare Bridge program.

Did you know we offer both rental and Life Care options?

In the rental program, you pay a monthly rental fee based on the level of care and services you need— with no buy-in fee. That means you or a loved one move into whatever level of care you need—for instance, assisted living or skilled nursing.

For the Life Care program, you’ve got two costs to consider, and even more financial gains.  Let’s start with the upfront buy-in fee. The amount of the fee depends on your floor plan, services, and the Life Care contract you choose. It’s the buy-in fee that makes the Life Care guarantee possible.* The other cost is the monthly service fee, which is based on the type of accommodations and your level of care.
With our Life Care option, you can make your assets last longer with substantial health, financial and lifestyle benefits. Most important in that list is the care for life guarantee*. This unique benefit guarantees that even if your financial resources are eventually exhausted due to no fault of your own you’ll still have the care you need.*

Whether you choose a rental or Life Care option, our community has the lifestyle you want and the care you need.

*The Life Care guarantee is subject to the terms and conditions of the Residency Contract.

Pricing at Freedom Village at Brandywine

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Private
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Freedom Village at Brandywine

4.3 of 5 Average rating
20 Reviews
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(11) A Place For Mom
(9) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Freedom Village is the best!

    My mother has lived at Freedom Village since 1999, first in a beautiful condo, next in Assisted Living and finally in Skilled Care for the last 5 years. She is now 96 years old, legally blind, hard of hearing, and has advanced dementia. She spends most of her time in a wheelchair and is happy in her own world thinking most of the time that she is a teenager. She has had outstanding care. All of the staff have been very caring. Particularly, under stressful times, the Program Department has gone out of their way to keep all of the residents safely occupied. Freedom definitely gets 5 stars.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Freedom Village is the best!

    My mother has lived at Freedom Village since 1999, first in a beautiful condo, next in Assisted Living and finally in Skilled Care for the last 5 years. She is now 96 years old, legally blind, hard of hearing, and has advanced dementia. She spends most of her time in a wheelchair and is happy in her own world thinking most of the time that she is a teenager. She has had outstanding care. All of the staff have been very caring. Particularly, under stressful times, the Program Department has gone out of their way to keep all of the residents safely occupied. Freedom definitely gets 5 stars.

  • Avoid skilled nursing there at all costs

    After many years of uneventful life in independent living (where the only problem was how the food went downhill after Brookdale took over), my mother had a stroke, suffered paralysis, and spent her final 6 years at the "Inn" - skilled nursing. Staffing was a problem, the nurses overworked, the aides as well (some of whom were desperately in need of more training). A supposed slip from a chair (mind you, she was partially paralyzed) broke her leg, and 90 days later she was dead. The wound was not cared for properly and became necrotic. Opiates were necessary to keep her painfree. The aide who "found" her was covered up for by the staff, even though the ones who knew us gave me the wink wink, nudge nudge when parroting the corporate line. Avoid skilled nursing there at all costs. Your loved one's life may depend on it.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Avoid skilled nursing there at all costs

    After many years of uneventful life in independent living (where the only problem was how the food went downhill after Brookdale took over), my mother had a stroke, suffered paralysis, and spent her final 6 years at the "Inn" - skilled nursing. Staffing was a problem, the nurses overworked, the aides as well (some of whom were desperately in need of more training). A supposed slip from a chair (mind you, she was partially paralyzed) broke her leg, and 90 days later she was dead. The wound was not cared for properly and became necrotic. Opiates were necessary to keep her painfree. The aide who "found" her was covered up for by the staff, even though the ones who knew us gave me the wink wink, nudge nudge when parroting the corporate line. Avoid skilled nursing there at all costs. Your loved one's life may depend on it.

  • Avoid skilled nursing

    After many years of uneventful life in independent living (where the only problem was how the food went downhill after Brookdale took over), my mother had a stroke, suffered paralysis, and spent her final 6 years at the "Inn" - skilled nursing. Staffing was a problem, the nurses overworked, the aides as well (some of whom were desperately in need of more training). A supposed slip from a chair (mind you, she was partially paralyzed) broke her leg, and 90 days later she was dead. The wound was not cared for properly and became necrotic. Opiates were necessary to keep her painfree. The aide who "found" her was covered up for by the staff, even though the ones who knew us gave me the wink wink, nudge nudge when parroting the corporate line. Avoid skilled nursing there at all costs. Your loved one's life may depend on it.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Avoid skilled nursing

    After many years of uneventful life in independent living (where the only problem was how the food went downhill after Brookdale took over), my mother had a stroke, suffered paralysis, and spent her final 6 years at the "Inn" - skilled nursing. Staffing was a problem, the nurses overworked, the aides as well (some of whom were desperately in need of more training). A supposed slip from a chair (mind you, she was partially paralyzed) broke her leg, and 90 days later she was dead. The wound was not cared for properly and became necrotic. Opiates were necessary to keep her painfree. The aide who "found" her was covered up for by the staff, even though the ones who knew us gave me the wink wink, nudge nudge when parroting the corporate line. Avoid skilled nursing there at all costs. Your loved one's life may depend on it.

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Community Details at Freedom Village at Brandywine

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    • Freedom Village at Brandywine Amenities

      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Vegetarian
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Outdoor Common Areas

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      • Assisted Living
      • Memory Care
      • Independent Living
      • Nursing Home
      • Care Homes
      • Home Care
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