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2017 Fall Open House

Take a self guided tour of our homes and apartments. Meet moving and downsizing professionals as well as the wonderful residents who hlep make us Frederick's #1 Retirement Community.  11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Downsizing & Moving Vendors Trade Fair located in The Lodge Lobby 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Self Guided Tours of Patio Homes and The Lodge  11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Resident Panel Dicussion located in The Lodge's Event Center  1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Resident Panel Dicussion located in The...

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Homewood at Frederick Welcomes New Foundation President!

Homewood at Frederick is pleased to be working with the new president of Homewood Retirement Centers' Foundation.  J.D. Shuman is all about building relationships and as the new leader of Homewood Retirement Centers’ Foundation, relationships will be his first priority. Shuman will take over the Foundation reins in September after serving 10 years with the Asbury Foundation, the fund-raising arm of Asbury Communities. Shuman most recently served as vice president of development with oversight...

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And, the Winner of the 2017 Water Volleyball Games is... !

There is nothing more fun than a little friendly competition! Two of our sister campuses, Homewood at Plum Creek located in Hanover, PA and Homewood at Spring House Estates located in Everett, PA both came to play a water volleyball with the residents at Homewood at Frederick. As you can see from the images taken, everyone had a great time! A big thank you to the Wellness Directors for coordinating this wonderful event. Thanks goes to John Porta from Spring House Estates, Rose Atrim from Plum...

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Homewood Retirement Centers Celebrates 85 Years of Service!

In celebration of Homewood Retirement Centers' 85th Anniversary of proving excellence in care and service to our residents, Homewood at Frederick gathered with residents, staff and the local community to recognize this achievement.

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AUGUST 16 ON CAMPUS EVENT FOR PHASE III AND PHASE IV

MARK YOU CALENDARS.   A special luncheon event is scheduled for all applicants who have signed leases for Willow Pond patio homes.   Reserve Wednesday, August 16, 2017 for lunch in the View Dining Room at the Lodge.  (Invitation only) Meet Homewood at Frederick's new Executive Director and new Director of Marketing along with your soon to be new neighbors!     Invitation and details will be sent to you soon!

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PHASE IV WILLOW POND PATIO HOMES OPEN FOR LEASING

Homewood at Frederick is pleased to announce that the next phase of Patio Homes to be constructed is fully leased.  The new phase, Phase IV,  includes 8 new patio homes with Chesapeake and Potomac floorplans.  Lifetime leases for these homes will offer a fully refundable entrance fee of $25,000 and a monthly fee.  Homes in this new phase are expected to be ready for occupancy Spring 2018. 

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NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APPOINTED

Karen Main of Frederick, Maryland  has been named Executive Director of Homewood at Frederick.  She will oversee the operations of Homewood at Crumland Farms as well as Homewood at Willow Ponds.

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Homewood at Frederick—Now a Continuing Care Retirement Community

We are proud to announce that Homewood at Frederick has received certification by the Maryland Department of Aging as a fully licensed continuing care retirement community, also known as CCRC.

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Meet Brittany Brown: Homewood's Move-In Coordinator

Moving is a major life event that can be overwhelming to anyone. To ease the transition during the moving process, the marketing department at Homewood Frederick has a wonderful resource available to all incoming residents: our very own move-in coordinator, Brittany Brown.

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A Recommendation for the Meadows and Functional Pathways Rehab

My husband and I moved to our Willow Ponds patio home at Homewood Frederick in May 2016. However, when I fell and broke my hip in December 2014, the surgeon who performed a total hip replacement explained that there was a chip/hairline fracture in my femur and I could not put full body weight on my left leg. He recommended a rehab facility for inpatient therapy.

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