500 Sandy Bank Road, Media, PA 19063
Rose Tree Place is a retirement community in Media, Pennsylvania. With assisted living and memory care services, Rose Tree Place allows seniors to celebrate independence while getting the assistance they need to live a worry-free life. Our services are tailored to each individual’s needs and preferences, ensuring everyone feels understood and valued.
Here, you’ll have plenty to do. From educational classes that enhance physical and mental wellbeing, to elegant community spaces and vibrant activities, we have everything you need to combat boredom. With our array of personal and medical services, residents enjoy newfound freetime and security, enabling them to focus on what they truly love in a relaxed, carefree environment.
Gather with friends for happy hour, receive a fresh perm at our on-site salon, or unwind in our grand library with floor to ceiling shelves filled with an array of genres. Enclosed for privacy, our outdoor courtyard invites residents to stroll, relax, or bird watch. Inside our dining room, you’ll find an expansive menu. Want to learn something new? We offer classes on a wide range of topics, which aim to enhance your mental and physical health. Feel safe and secure no matter what...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
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My Mother lived at Rose Tree Place after deciding it was time to go into a place that could meet her needs. She actually made us aware of its existance since she had played there with her band. With the assistance of aides, for certian things, as she was very independant, she was able to get around with their help when needed. The amount of care needed does effect the cost, but we knew it would change, as she would need it. There were times she needed more care. She did not want to use a walker, so they would escort her to and from the dining room when she felt she needed them. All her meds were brought to her by the med tech and so she never had to worry about forgetting or even getting her meds. She had a beautiful apartment , and the whole place has the feeling of a fine hotel from the lobby to the floors of apartments. I was impressed by the staff of people who work there. All seem to be patient and loving to the "guests" but most of all respectful. My Mother commented so many times how kind everyone was to her. I stayed with her the first week and got to see first hand how they operate and saw the staff from the lobby, to the dining room, to her own room, and the activities they provide. You can come and go at any time there to see your loved ones. Mom was able to get to Mass on Sundays with the van provided, and go on some wonderful trips. The activities director there is amazing with the time and energy she puts into the things she is providing for the residents. We all could sleep at night not having to worry about Mom's care. My Mother said to me, "This is the best place I could be!" That said it all!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My mother in law loves it there. Loves the food and the people. Only thing she has not had her physical therapy yet.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Our Mom moved to Rose Tree Place from another area Senior Living place and we could not have been happier. The entire staff was wonderful to deal with including the admins, aides, nurses, housekeeping, and dining room. The building and Mom's room was kept clean, the entertainment was good, and the food was very good. Most important, the people there really care and demonstrate their compassion and kindness. I would highly recommend this community.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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