A Part of Our Family
Life at Blue Harbor
When you or a loved one chooses a Blue Harbor Senior Living community, you become part of a larger family. We focus on providing a warm and caring home that caters to the individual needs of each resident.
Enjoy resort-style accommodations and senior living apartments with a compassionate, dedicated team, the companionship of like-minded residents in a variety of social activities, and daily activities to nourish mind, body and spirit.
Live Life Fully
The later years of life should be both a time to celebrate old memories and create new ones. Blue Harbor team members focus on creating moments for our residents to enjoy, remember and share with each other.
A Dream Realized
When Jim began his senior care at The Residence of Glen Riddle in Media, Pennsylvania, he had no idea his passion for painting would come back and they would make his biggest dream come true. Read on...
Beverly’s Big Ride
Beverly does not venture out often and loves to seclude herself in her room reading. She once told, Antonia (Tailored Preferences Coordinator), about how she met the love of her life. Their first date was in a two-seater plane, so Sunshine Villa decided to recreate that wonderful moment for her. Read on...
Don’s Alaska Day
One day, business office manager, Kelly Hatter, overheard Don talking to his daughter about his regrets – one being never traveling to Alaska. The Courtyards at River Park decided to make that dream come true. Read on...
What Makes You Unique?
Each of our residents has unique life experiences, preferences and routines. Our personalized services make our residents feel at home by attending to those personal preferences. We dwell on the details--whether a resident has a favorite lotion, needs help with pet care, or loves shopping trips to the mall. Our team makes sure each resident receives the attention and service they deserve.Learn More About Our Personalized Service
While many of our residents enjoy whipping up a meal in their own apartment, others like to eat and chat with friends. With our restaurant-style dining, the choice is the resident's to make. Meal times are flexible and dining selections are abundant.
We know it's the little things that give life its flavor. Whether it’s a mid-day cup of coffee or your favorite evening drink, we’re here to help. It’s kind of like having your favorite restaurant right here in your new home.
Our highly-trained chefs work with fresh local ingredients to make healthy, nourishing and tasty meals and snacks. In addition to seasonal and anytime meals, we provide dining options that cater to those with conditions like heart disease or diabetes.
With rotating menus and our friendly team members, our restaurants are always serving up something great. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, or dinner, healthy choices are plentiful and we make a point to offer something that appeals to every palate.
Whether a resident is craving that special dish from their favorite restaurant or wants to order a pizza for visiting grand kids, we're here to help. Additionally, should you or your family member have dietary restrictions, we'll be glad to accommodate them.
Read Our Blog!
Does Being Grateful Improve Your Health?
A daily gratitude practice can help us year-round. In this edition of the True Blue blog, let’s take a look at how daily gratitude can actually help your health!
Holiday Stress! 5 Self-Care tips for Caregivers
The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone, including caregivers. As caregivers, we’re often putting others’ needs before our own, which can lead to feelings of burnout or fatigue. As the saying goes, “you can’t give from an empty well.” In fact, when caregivers give to themselves, they can do their jobs best! This holiday season, how can you practice self-care?
5 Ways to Make Friends as Older Adults
Friendship is one of the most healing parts of being alive! As we grow older and our lives change, it can feel more difficult to maintain and create friendships. Read on for tips about how to foster friendship as we age!
Some seniors have been diagnosed with memory disorders like Alzheimer's, but severe symptoms might not yet be present. Our unique Bridges Program helps residents acclimate to the community and focus on the activities they can do. As symptoms progress, we'll tailor the activities so their transition is as smooth and comfortable as possible.
This innovative program promotes engagement with a small group of friends in shared activities—like reminiscing, cooking, music appreciation, celebrations, pet therapy and more. Bridges provides a gentle transition into our memory care program: Illuminations.
First Hand Experience
Hear from Our Residents
A place to call home
The accommodations fit me perfectly. I love the price, it's very affordable. I'm glad to have the option of eating in my apt or in different dining rooms with many other residents. Many of my friends have moved in which makes it even better.
Finding a new happiness
After the death of my wife Lila, I asked my heavenly father for help in existing without her. He amazingly gave me my dog Cricket and from our home led us to the Courtyards at River Park. I live comfortably, and the staff have made the move and daily life as pleasant as I could have ever imagined.
I love the garden, trees and landscaping of the whole community. It's very attractive. I love that I can mingle and meet people my age.
This is a wonderful place, where the staff can't do enough to be sure you are happy!
Choosing Memory Care for Mom
I didn't want my mom to feel like she was going into a nursing home. The staff here is incredibly devoted, and I felt like I wasn't giving my mom a lesser life, I was giving her a better one. She feels cared for and that's what's important.
- Annabelle M.
Life at 90
The people at the Courtyards are very nice from top to bottom. I have a lot of fun with the variety of activities. I turned 90 years old here and I had an amazing birthday party right here in the community.