Rosette, a new alternative to senior care inspired by a pod-like senior living concept popular on the West Coast, has officially opened its doors in Gladwyne, according to a staff report from the Business Mirror.
Rosette, which already welcomed its first residents, is a single-family home that has been adapted and updated for up to eight immobile or otherwise disabled seniors to live together and receive help and assistance as a group. It is fully walker- and wheelchair-compatible and offers eight private rooms, each with an ADA-equipped bathroom. There is also a residential kitchen, a home salon, and lovely gardens.
The licensed personal care model is based on real-life family living.
It features full-time caregivers in the home and offers the lowest care provider-to-resident ratio on the Main Line. Additionally, the provider is partnered with home palliative care and home hospice care, as well as mobile medical services.
“Rosette feels like home because it is a home,” said Therese Farrow Southwell, the Founder. “We specifically designed Rosette to recreate the feel of family in a peaceful, secure environment for families that struggle to find the right solution for their disabled loved ones.”
Read more about Rosette in Gladwyne in the Business Mirror.