You have challenging questions as you make a retirement decision. An honest answer is the sign of true friendship. We want to offer that friendship. The answers here are just the beginning. We’re ready to help you with any issue, from finances to health care.
In residential living, residents may, at some time, find that they need assistance with activities of daily living or even skilled nursing care. Whether for a short stay following surgery or hospitalization, or a permanent need, QPRC is pleased to offer the services of a Personal Care Facility, a Memory Support Unit, a Skilled Care Nursing Facility on site.
Residents moving from Residential Living to Personal Care or Skilled Care have priority admission to Supportive Living. The rates for Personal Care and Skilled Care are higher than those for Residential Living. These services are offered on a fee for service basis as listed in our Internal Charges for Services and Supplies and in our annual Disclosure Statement.
You may receive assistance in your cottage through a licensed home health agency, hospice, etc. at your own expense. We also offer Great Rock Home Care services to our residents at a discounted rate.
No. It is not required but can be helpful to offset the cost of Supportive Living should you need it.
The fees may be adjusted as necessary but historically have been adjusted annually. Adjustment increases have generally averaged around 4% and reflect the overall cost associated with providing quality services.
You will continue to pay your monthly fee just as you would in current living situation. You will have peace of mind knowing that your home is secure, and your grounds are cared for in your absence.
It is expected that residents will preserve their assets and live within their means. If you find that you need financial assistance, a meeting may be scheduled with Administration to determine a course of action. We participate in Supplemental Security Income in Personal Care and Medicaid in Skilled Care. An evaluation of an applicant’s finances are based on total available assets and monthly income
Fully Declining Balance, 33% Refund, and 70% Refund options will be available for residents moving into our cottages or apartments.
Yes. You would discuss your desires with Administration and decide together what the best location and size apartment would meet your needs. If approved, you would then be placed on a waiting list for the next available apartment that you have chosen.
Refunds are provided when you leave the community, not as you transfer through a continuum of care.
No. Persons of all faiths are welcome to become residents. Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community is Presbyterian in organizational leadership but welcomes all individuals looking to proclaim God’s might and power to the next generation. We have representation across a broad range of denominations.
Guests are permitted for up to 30 days. If you would like to have a guest remain in your home for more than 30 days, you will need approval from Administration. If guests are permitted to stay in your home for more than 30 days, you will be charged a daily fee.
No. Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community is a smoke-free campus.
Cottage residents will be permitted to bring a pet subject to the approval of Administration. You will be provided a copy of the pet policy to review and sign prior to entrance into the community.
Standard bushes and trees will be provided. Other plantings will be permitted within the guidelines set forth in the Resident Handbook.
Yes, as long as it is only used on QPRC property and not on public roads.
Improvements to the cottages must be approved by Administration.
To appreciate Quarryville, you need to experience it. Schedule a personalized tour of our campus for you and your family. We’ll answer your questions, show you around, introduce you to some of our wonderful residents, and explain how you can realize your vision of a retirement with spirit.