1730 Buck Road, Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
Symphony Manor of Feasterville is a retirement community in Feasterville-Trevose, Pennsylvania. We provide seniors with a safe place to live, as well as daily activities, exciting social events, and outings within our local community. Here, you’ll thrive inside a vibrant social atmosphere without the maintenance,hassle, and upkeep of a house.
We offer a variety of living services which helps you to focus on who you are and what you love to do. You won’t have to worry about a thing — we’ll supply all the fun, meals, and leisure!
Our community includes a Life Enrichment center, which provides the activities and spaces to help residents remain physically, mentally, and spiritually active. We frequently host live music, art classes, and educational seminars across a variety of special interests. Throughout the day, residents can relax throughout our many common areas, such as our activity room, dining room, bar, TV lounge, and more. You’ll choose what you want to do here. All the while, our staff will provide personal and medical services that keep life feeling simple and leisurely.
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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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1star May even be too much this place is so under staffed it’s scarey. I would not put my dog here. It looks beautiful but, the staff is horrible their all smiles but no results. And Once your in there they give you a bill that’s nothing like you agreed to. Don’t even go in cause all the prettyness and smiles won’t keep your parent alive. This place should be shut down til it’s properly run.Good luck if you just want to see for yourself. But I warn you it is unsafe for your loved one.😢Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My husband was there for one month. It looks pretty but looks are deceiving. My husband was there for one month. He never went back after he was taken to Temple Hospital because his INR level was low. He could have bled to death because he fell. It was their responsibility to check his pro time every two weeks and fax the results to his cardiologist. The doctor never received the results and the nurse was supposed to contact the doctor to make sure that he was to receive the same dosage of medicine. The doctor was not supposed to contact them. It was their job to follow up. They lied and the director lied. They are understaffed and it seems like the employees come and go. My advice for you or your loved ones.....stay away!!!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My sister resided in the assisted living facility for 3 months. She is wheelchair bound with advanced multiple sclerosis. She arrived there with no sores. She left via ambulance non responsive with a bedsore to the bone. Also very dehydrated because left in bed without ability to get fluids The aides were rude and unhelpful. No one would change her or reposition her. The nursing care was horrendous and unsafe. Family wasn't kept informed of any issues including sending her to the hospital. Weekends are even worse 1 LPN and 1 aide for the whole building. Put her call bell on to get assistance to get her out of bed 1 hour 35 minutes later no response. Even with going to desk requesting help I was told short staffed on weekends. I was also told my sister was too much and would hurt their backs. I got her up myself. This place should be closed by the state. Or do not accept residents you can not care for. My sister is still in a skilled facility and may not recover from this facility's negligence.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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