Meadowood Senior Living

(866) 653-9337

3205 Skippack Pike, Worcester, PA


  • Nursing Home
  • Continued Care Community
  • Senior Community
  • Short Term Care: Rehabilitation, Respite
  • Hospice

Payment Options

  • Medicare Yes
  • Medicaid No
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance Yes
  • Subsidy Available No
Meadowood Senior Living
3205 Skippack Pike
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User Reviews

12/04/2017  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

12/4/17 DO NOT PUT YOUR LOVED ONE HERE! At first saw all the amenities, but don't be fooled. This play is run by an administration that doesn't care and ruled by the almighty buck. They gear up staffing for inspections that are scheduled!! Skilled nursing is grossly understaffed, aides can't be found, patients dropped and unacceptable practices are rampant. Residents are afraid to speak up, afraid of retribution, and unable to affect needed change. Family MUST advocate for patients, and I pity the patients that do not have anyone to help them! It seems that only when the patient dies the family sues. RUN the other way!!

02/13/2015  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Meadowood is an amazing community that was built on a foundation of residents, board and staff working together to create an active, engaged environment. Seeing is truly believing and relying on reviews by possibly disgruntled people is not a good idea. Once you visit you will see what a wonderful community this is...from the many choices for independent residences to the quality health care when the need arises. Seeing is believing!

  • Care
  • Staff
  • Management
  • Engagement

    Response: I disagree: Seeing is NOT believing; Experiencing IS believing. My family has experienced this facility for several years now. At first it was good, but then one of my parents needed the Skilled Nursing Floor - and that's what told the truth. We witnessed the lack of care not only for my parent, but others on the floor. If we wanted to talk with a nurse, we had to find her first. It was one of the aides that finally said we could change my parent's position in bed...and yes bed sores were apparent and needed medical attention. What would have happened if family wasn't around to advocate for the patient? Also, the only time staff seemed available was the day of the fire drill. Walking onto the floor, I wondered why there were many nurses & aides; I then realized when I heard one talking to the other about the upcoming fire drill. When the drill was over the "extra" staff disappeared. Disgruntled? Yes, but for very good reasons.

    02/13/2015  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Meadowood is a wonderful community. The caring staff, especially in the skilled nursing area should be commended.

  • Care

    08/16/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My mother is currently there now and I am not happy with the level of care. The facilities are beautiful but the care leaves a lot to be desired. We have had several instances where my mother has had a sore or an eye infection, and I have had to chase staff around to look at the issue, then chase them around again to get treatment. After that I had to follow up several times to find out what the course of action was. Some of these things have taken several weeks to resolve.
    My mom has a 6 inch bruise on her leg. I discovered this. No one called me to let me know, and she is total care so someone would have had to see her.
    Meadowood has a beautiful menu with 3 choices at every meal. Dementia patients, though, only get one choice because they can't articulate what they want. For most meals they get mashed potatoes, green vegetable puree and some chicken, ham or pork puree. Other residents get shrimp scampi etc. I sat with my mom for a number of meals. When I saw that she was getting served the same thing for many meals, I voiced my displeasure and now I get to pick for her. I pity the poor people that do not have family members to speak for them.
    Finally most residents that I see probably only get their diapers changed twice a day. Many are planted in the TV room right after lunch and that is where they remain until dinner.
    Management does not seem particularly responsive or concerned either. I am looking for a new place but do not want to repeat another mistake.
    This place charges a lot of money for minimal care provided to the patients.

    Response: Where is the new place and do you like this better?

    08/09/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Not a good experience here. The staff, particularly upper mgmt was only concerned with their bottom line and were inattentive to my families needs. I felt very leery of leaving my mother each day and ended up transferring her to another Nursing home. The care provided was lackluster to say the least.

    08/02/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    very understaffed facility.rude and lazy CNAs. RNs/LPNs that do not know basic nursing and are too busy to care about,let alone give good care.

    11/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Meadowood is an average sized, not for profit, nursing home with 59 beds based in Worcester, PA. At last check, the facility had 47 residents indicating that it is 80% occupied which is less than average within the state of Pennsylvania. The provider accepts only medicare, and provides resident counseling services.
    This nursing home is located in a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). As of November 2012, the medicare rating for Meadowood, was 4 stars, which is a better rating than 82% of nursing homes in Pennsylvania. Important to note that this facility has recently detriorated and has gone from 5 stars to 4 stars.
    We have compared the detailed Medicare data for Meadowood with other senior care providers in Pennsylvania. When compare to the state averages for staffing, the number of registered nurse (RN) hours per resident per day is about average; Certified nursing assistant (CNA) hours per resident per day is about average; The number of licensed practical (LPN) or vocational nurse hours per resident per day is about average. The most recent health inspection was on 08/02/2012.
    To view the full report for this facility, and to understand more about its Medicare rating, go to here

    04/01/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    The aides were as helpful and caring as they could be, but as for the quality of professional care, I can only say my mother was neglected and because of it, she died. She was there for over a week and not once did I meet her doctors. I spoke to the nurses when I had a question (I had to go and find them), but the only care my mother received was from the aides. Doctors and nurses were unattentive and "buck passers". Don't send anyone you love there unless they can take care of themselves.

    Description of Meadowood Senior Living in Worcester, PA

    Built In 1987 , Number of Beds : 59

    When seeking a long-term care solution, assisted living is geared toward individuals who want to live with some level of independence but need some assistance. There are many reasons for living in an assisted living community. Research suggests that seniors who live near their peers and have a variety of social activities feel a greater sense of well-being. Assisted living provides senior-friendly housing and a caring staff. Other services you'll find include around-the-clock supervision and security, access to professional nurses, emergency call systems, help with daily living, and nutritious meals prepared by chefs. These communities typically provide linen service, housekeeping, transportation, and a calendar of social events. For seniors who can care for themselves but who want to enjoy a low-maintenance life, independent living is the ideal choice. Tailored for both individuals and couples, these senior communities are also known as retirement villages, 55+ communities, and senior apartments. Residents stay in private apartments or individual homes with a variety of community amenities, services, and programs tailored just for seniors. You’ll enjoy your own space, so you can bring your favorite belongings, such as furniture and personal items. With independent living, residents won't have to worry about maintenance, mowing, or other chores associated with home ownership. Because independent living communities are intended for older adults who need little or no assistance, most do not offer medical care or supervision. You'll find many social programs and community amenities, such as gardening, bridge, bingo, fitness programs, book clubs, and planned outings. Memory care offers the highest level of support, consistent memory enrichment programs, and increased security for your loved one. Seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia need a compassionate, specially-trained staff. Residents live in private or semi-private studio homes with twenty-four-hour supervision. Three nutritious meals a day plus snacks are provided, as well as housekeeping and laundry services. Structured activities designed specifically for memory impairment bring intellectual stimulation. Communities typically have secured areas, such as walking paths and gardens, for residents to access. Other important services include behavioral therapies, continence care, medication management, and assistance with bathing and grooming. Continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) provide a complete care platform, from independent living to assisted living to skilled nursing care. In-home care is accessible when you or a loved one needs it. Skilled professionals come to your home. This choice is perfect for those who prefer to stay in their homes but who need some help with the daily activities of living. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, services are paid by the client or by a variety of public and private sources, such as Medicare and/or Medicaid. Home care delivers a variety of medical and non-medical support services. There are two types of home care providers. The first is a skilled service provider, usually licensed nurses and therapists, who can meet various medical concerns or rehabilitation needs. The second, more common, type of in-home care is supplied by an aide who can provide companionship and emotional support as well as assist with daily activities, including grooming, meal prep, and transportation. For seniors who prefer to stay in their own homes where it's familiar, in-home care allows them to stay indepedent. For seniors who need continuous, long-term medical support or short-term rehabilitation, nursing homes are a good option. The level of care depends on the medical needs of each resident, but typically residents receive nursing support and daily assistance with the activities of living, such as bathing, grooming, and dressing. Most residents share a room, with nutritious meals offered in a central dining room. An activity director plans an activity and events plan to nurture mental, physical, and social well-being. Assisted living offers help on an as-needed basis, with the goal of supplying the support required to stay as self-reliant as possible. For seniors who can care for themselves but who want to enjoy a low-maintenance life, independent living is the ideal choice. Memory care offers a more direct level of care, brain games designed for memory enhancement, and social opportunities, all in a secure, warm setting. Continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) provide a complete care platform, from independent living to assisted living to skilled nursing care. In-home care is accessible when you or a loved one needs it. Care professionals will bring their expertise and experience to your home. This choice is perfect for those who prefer to stay in their homes but who need some help with the daily activities of living. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, services are paid by the client or by a variety of public and private sources, such as Medicare and/or Medicaid. Nursing home care provides skilled care for seniors who need continuous, long-term medical attention or shorter-term rehabilitation. Find the ideal services and amenities needed to live comfortably. Call today for help with finding your ideal home at Meadowood Senior Living.



    Parking & Transportation
    • Access to Public Transportation Nearby
    • Resident Parking
    • Guest Parking
    Community Services
    • Activity Director
    • Beautician/Barber
    • Chapel/Religious Services
    • Clubhouse/Meeting Rooms
    • Computer/Internet Access
    • Concierge
    • Designated Family Visiting Area
    • Fitness Center/Gym
    • Fitness Trainer
    • Garden
    • Guest Dining
    • Guest Lodging
    • Housekeeping
    • Laundry Room(s)
    • Laundry Service
    • Library
    • Maintenance Director
    • Billiards/Pool Room
    • Sauna/Whirlpool
    • Swimming Pool
    • Storage
    • TV/Media Room
    Dining Options
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    • Snack
    • Restaurant Style
    • Buffet Style
    • Room Service as Needed
    • Low Sugar
    • Low Sodium
    • 24 Hour Controlled Access
    • 24 Hour Up and Awake Staff
    • Controlled-Access Garage
    • Door Alarms (for exit seekers)
    • Emergency In-Room Call System
    • Fire Sprinkler System
    • Security Staff on Premises
    Personal Assistance
    • Activities of Daily Living (bathing, grooming, dressing, eating, etc.)
    • Catheter Management
    • Foot Care
    • Sitting, Standing, Walking
    • Toileting
    • Medication Management
    Behavioral Support
    • Does Not Sleep Through the Night
    • Becomes Disoriented (e.g. Sundown Syndrome)
    • Paces or Rummages Habitually
    • Seeks exit or Tries to Leave
    • Wanders
    • Needs Prompting for Their Personal Care
    Special Health Conditions
    • Arthritis
    • Asthma
    • Breathing Support with Oxygen
    • Broken Bones
    • Cancer
    • Colostomy or Urostomy
    • Depression
    • Developmental Disabilities
    • Emphysema or Other Lung Disease (COPD)
    • Heart Disease or Heart Failure
    • Immune Deficiency
    • Management of an I.V.
    • Management of a Feeding Tube
    • Monitored Intake of Food and Liquids
    • Osteoporosis
    • Stroke
    • Diabetic Diet
    • Oral Medication
    • Insulin Injection Self-Administered
    • Insulin Injection Staff-Administered
    On-Site Therapy
    • Audiology
    • Dental Care
    • Eye Care
    • Massage Therapy
    • Mental Health Counseling
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Physical Therapy
    • Restorative Therapy
    • Speech Therapy
    • Support Groups for Patients
    • Support Groups for Families or Caregivers
    Memory Care Services
    • Family Members Able to Join at Mealtime
    • Family Members Able to Participate in Care Plan
    • Specialty Trained Staff
    • Safe Wandering Areas
    • Regular Assessments by Interdisciplinary Staff
    • Environment That is Easy to Navigate
    • Daily Planned Recreational and Social Activities
    • Activities Tailored to Residents’ Abilities
    • Dementia Stage 1
    • Dementia Stage 2
    • Dementia Stage 3
    • Dementia Stage 4
    • Dementia Stage 5
    • Dementia Stage 6
    • Dementia Stage 7

    Demographic Profile for Worcester, PA, 19446


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    40.8 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    13% Above
    Cost of Food
    Equal to
    15% Above
    2% Above

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    31.1 / 100
    Water Quality
    1 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    10 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    Property Crimes