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Regaining Health, Vitality and Independence at Paul’s Run

Last fall, retired Philadelphia Police Officer, Gerry, experienced a medical emergency. That day, at Jefferson’s Emergency Room downtown, he was diagnosed with cancer of the mouth, which required immediate surgery. “While recovering, I could not eat or talk, since I had a feeding tube. I alternated staying with my two daughters, both of whom are [...]

Observing the Jewish High Holy Days at Paul’s Run

For Jewish residents at Paul’s Run retirement community in northeast Philadelphia, PA, as for Jews the world over, the important High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in September frame the intense reflective period known as 10 Days of Repentance between the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement. Reverend Michelle Wildridge, Director [...]

Mother and Son Live and Learn Together at Paul’s Run

During the popular Music and Memories program at Paul’s Run participants often see Elaine and Howard Dyner. This mother and son pair, who have lived at Paul’s Run since 2016, enjoy sharing their memories through song. “I like to see how they work together,” comments Molly Bybee, Director of Community Life, who leads residents through this creative [...]

A New Resident Engages with an Enriched Community at Paul’s Run

Paul’s Run Retirement Living community in Northeast Philadelphia, PA, affords residents a safe, secure, and compassionate environment in which to live. It also offers numerous social and community building programs that enrich the lives of residents, providing them with a lifestyle that engages every part of who they are. In addition, many residents give back [...]

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