7:30 - 8:30 PM in the PAC: "The Piano Bar Styles of Bill Delatore"
Confessions in the chapel have been re-scheduled for Tuesday, March 27, from 3:00 - 4:00 PM, right after Stations of the Cross.
Click here for information on electircal service Mar 30 in Montgomery Court, Ivy Glen and Morris Square.
The new RAC organization and liaison assignments are now available on the RAC page
We have some pictures from our recent EXPO. Click here to take a look.
We have the detailed survey results and the review of Chris Donati's Town Hall from March 15, 2018. Click on Special Announcements on top.
The spring Fireside Chat schedule beginning March 16 has been posted in Special Events
We have the March Bugle Call from the Veterans Club for your review - click here.
Interested in an Opera Trip: Join us on Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 at the 5:00 show of the:
BOHEME OPERA COMPANY
Click here for full details.
Housekeeping Spring Cleaning. Click here for details
Always new items!! CARS wanted; Wheelchairs, Recliner, scooter, shoes, filing cabinet, clothes steamer and more!! Check it often. BUY/SELL
Want to laugh today? New cartoons. Humor to enjoy
File of Life
Organizational Chart, Ann's Choice
Private Duty Aides Policy
Resident Life Phone Numbers
Resident Survey Results
To see the layout of the types of apartments here at Ann's Choice, click here.
There are six apartments here on campus available for rent. The apartments are located in:
Bartlett Run (queen bed, kitchen)
Morris Square (twin beds, small fridge)
Dawson Terrace (twin beds, kitchen)
Hampton Ridge (queen bed, small fridge)
Park View (full bed, kitchen)
Maple Terrace (day bed)
The cost is $90.10 per night, tax included, except the apartment in Maple Terrace which has fewer amenities and is $72.20 per night. Check out time is 11:00 AM. If you are interested, call 215-443-3877
We now have a courier service that will deliver mail from any neighborhood to any other neighborhood. It is in effect now and will be done once a day by 9:30 AM. It can go to a resident or a staff member and the item will by placed in the residents cubby or to the staff members desk.
The rules are:
Have your letter(s) at your front desk by 9:30 for that day, else it will be delivered the next day;
Weekends are excluded;
Deliveries are once a day;
No bulk mailing;
Your letter must have a name and cubby or department number;
And no valuables please.
All of us who live here should have a "FILE OF LIFE" on their refrigerator, and it should be up to date. This is a form that we fill out and it contains items such as our medications, allergies, and contacts. This will be used in an emergency if medical people are called to our home to help us. EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE THIS. NO EXCUSES.
Blank File of Life forms can be found under the General Services heading on the PUBLICATIONS/FORMS tab above.
Suggestions for your Fridge.
The two files of life, a magnet listing the five stroke symptoms, trash and recycling days (along with the plastic recycling numbers of one to seven) and the hours of the Treasure Chest. Next to the kitchen phone are the emergency phone numbers. DO IT.
Please be reminded of some – but not all - of the salient points of pet ownership responsibilities below.
- they remain outside with the pet
- the pet cannot go within two feet of a sidewalk or a neighbor’s patio
Please also remember that all resident pets must be duly registered through the Pet registration form that is kept on file by your Social Worker. Cats and dogs should be kept up to date with all required vaccinations and residents are required to maintain a vaccination record. Additionally, all dogs must be registered with the local county of residence.
For more detail on any of the above, or if you have questions, please contact your Social Worker.
Thank you for your anticipated compliance with these pet ownership responsibilities!
Peter Cataldi, Director of Resident Life
This is the latest version - January 2017.
Questions/Comment about this page - contact Terry Cooke (Contact Us page)