Tucked away on seven beautifully landscaped acres in the heart of Montgomery County, Brookside Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center offers outstanding respite care in a home-like environment designed to accommodate your needs. Designed to provide temporary relief for caregiving family members, our respite care provides short-term accommodation to ensure that your loved one’s clinical and personal requirements are met whether it is for a weekend, a month, or as an opportunity to become acquainted with our superior level of care.
Brookside offers an array of amenities, including:
- Fine Dining
- Private & Semi-Private Rooms
- Flat-Screen TV’s
- Outdoor Patio
- Personal Housekeeping & Laundry
- Religious Services
- Beautician & Barber Services
- Stimulating Recreation Programs
At Brookside Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center, we believe that all of our Lower Moreland residents, their family members, and our team of professionals are special.
Contact us today at 215-884-6776 to discuss outstanding respite care!
Lower Moreland is located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania with a population 12,982. The Lower Moreland Township has not always resembled the model of modern suburban living that it composes today. Even before the automobile zoomed through the busy intersections in the historic Bethayres section of Lower Moreland, farmers laden with goods trudged their way, in horse and buggy, up an already established Route 232, Huntingdon Pike, stopping perhaps at the Lady Washington Inn for a short retinue from the midday heat.
Lower Moreland Resources:
Pennsylvania Council on Aging – The Pennsylvania Council on Aging serves as an advocate for older individuals and advises the governor and the department on planning, coordination, and delivery of services to older individuals.
Glencairn Museum – The Glencairn Museum invites a diverse audience to engage with religious beliefs and practices, past and present, by exploring art, artifacts, and other cultural expressions of faith.
Old York Road Historical Society – The Old York Road Historical Society preserves the history and folklore of the communities along and adjacent to Old York Road from Philadelphia to New Hope.