When you begin to notice that your senior loved one is having difficulty with normal activities, or you worry that he/she may be neglecting things like hygiene or eating regularly, you may wonder if the time has come to consider some type of senior home care in Bryn Mawr.
Neighborly Home Care is located about 3 miles from Bryn Mawr, home of Harriton House. Bryn Mawr was originally part of 800 acres of land that Rowland Ellis purchased from William Penn in 1683. Ellis built a farm that he named Bryn Mawr, meaning “great hill” in Welsh. Eventually, Ellis was no longer able to afford to keep the farm and sold it to Richard Harrison, who renamed the farm “Harriton.”
The area which became known as Humphreyville thrived and many Philadelphians summered there. When the Pennsylvania Railroad built the Main Line and a station was erected at the town, the name was changed to Bryn Mawr. Since then, the area has become more popular and is an epicenter of the Main Line area, housing many fine schools, such as Bryn Mawr College, and historic landmarks as well as prominent businesses.
Neighborly Home Care has been providing a variety of senior home health care services in Bryn Mawr, Bala Cynwyd and other surrounding Main Line communities for many years. We provide transportation and companionship for errands and doctor visits, and our providers will take notes to pass on to family members who are unable to be present. In addition to regular part time assistance, our providers offer full time, up to 24-hour care to seniors who need more comprehensive aid.