Insights of Aging in Place vs. Moving to a Life Plan Community
“The Warwick Woodlands Campus resembles small-town U.S.A. with streets and landscaping to match. We feel the need to be in a physical environment where we interact with other people with similar backgrounds and experiences – a place where people are actively engaging in life experiences together.” Read more about their insights as they weighed out their various options.
~Bill & Carol
A Perfect Fit and Move from Chaplain to Resident
Chaplain Rich and wife Pam made the move into a Woods Apartment on the Warwick Woodlands Campus. With a decision to downsize and the goal to travel more, it just made sense to transition the work-home to their retirement home.
~ Rich & Pam
Personal Experience Serves as Defining Moment in Choosing MMC
While MMC’s “Community within a Community” approach was attractive to Mark and Fran, it was their earlier experiences with Fran’s parents in memory care and short-term rehab that was a driving decision to select MMC and a townhomes on the Founders Campus. Read more about their experiences.
~ Mark & Fran
Finding the Good Life
Don and Ed visited several other Life Plan Communities in Lancaster County before checking out MMC’s Warwick Woodlands Campus. Read more about their decision to move here.
~ Don and Ed
Pursing Their Inner Musician
MMC Ukelele club members Dick, Betty, Bob and Ed enjoy their time together, “powering up our brain cells and having fun laughing and learning a new skill.” Watch their video story to see this amazing community life group.
Upgrading Their Retirement Home
After raising two daughters in a 3-bedroom, 1-bath home, Marcie & Augie feel like they are on vacation in their new upgraded apartment home on the Warwick Woodlands Campus. Read more on how Marcie transitioned from working at MMC to living here.
~ Marcie & Augie
Building Friendships and More in the Woodshop
The Woodshop has always been a hub of MMC community life. Here, residents enjoy pursuing their woodworking talents and more. Watch the video story as residents discuss a favorite pastime and how being creative is one of the most exciting and rewarding thing a person can do.
Reluctance to Relief
“It took us a long time to settle on a retirement community. I was one of those that was a little reluctant at first. Once we went through the transition, it was like a huge sigh of relief. And honestly, I haven’t talked to one person in terms of our neighbors and friends here that would say anything different.” Watch their video story.
~ Rich, Step and Pippa
Lititz Natives Find Added Security
For Ron and Linda, continuing to live in an area where they always lived was right for them. A move to the Warwick Woodlands Campus allowed them to right-size and feel “like newlyweds again.”
~ Ron and Linda