Frequently asked questions
Have questions about life at Spring Mill? We’re ready to help, with answers to FAQs about one of Lafayette Hill’s finest retirement communities.
What is residential living?
Residential living at Spring Mill offers an active, maintenance-free lifestyle for residents living independently, complete with numerous amenities, dining, housekeeping, social and cultural programs, travel opportunities, security and a full array of health care services to meet our residents’ evolving needs.
Does Spring Mill offer personal care?
Yes. Our dedicated Personal Care team provides outstanding daily assistance for residents in their own apartments, including help with bathing, dressing, medications and more. In fact, we have been voted #1 for personal care in Montgomery County for the past seven years.
Does Spring Mill offer memory support?
Yes. We offer personal care and special assistance for people needing memory support in our beautiful Cedar Grove neighborhood. Our compassionate and highly competent team honors the dignity of each resident, allowing him or her to lead a full, engaged life in a naturally beautiful environment.
Do I have to change doctors?
No. The choice is yours. You can keep your current physician or, if you prefer the convenience of an on-site physician, Spring Mill offers a full complement of primary care physicians, specialists, nurse practitioners and a dentist.
Do residents own their own apartment?
Moving to Spring Mill is not a real estate transaction. Rather, our agreement gives future residents access to the residence of their choice. For details, please request a copy of our residency agreement. ,
What do monthly fees cover?
Spring Mill’s affordable monthly fees include a dining plan, utilities, housekeeping, scheduled transportation, entertainment and cultural programming, 24/7 security, an emergency response system and more. The fees do not cover telephone or television; our residents typically wish to select their own customized packages.
Will Spring Mill assist new residents with selling their homes or moving?
With years of experience, Spring Mill knows the best of the best. We can recommend realtors, packing and planning services, auctioneers and more — all vetted by our very happy residents.
Are cats and dogs allowed?
Yes. There are size and weight restrictions, but most residents’ pets easily qualify. Spring Mill residents enjoy walking their dogs on our grounds and through our lovely neighborhood.
Can we decorate the apartment?
Yes. Spring Mill residents love customizing their new residences to suit their tastes. You can work with our team or have fun planning and decorating with family and friends. We can also recommend qualified interior designers who have helped other Spring Mill residents.
Are grandchildren welcome?
Yes. Grandchildren, family members and friends are always welcome to join you for meals and entertainment or to enjoy our other social and cultural programming. On-site guest rooms are available for out-of-town guests.
What if residents need medical attention for illness or injury?
Professionals are available 24/7 and are fully trained in emergency response. In addition, residents can receive assistance with everyday health needs, such as coordinating appointments and refilling medications.
What is the best time to visit Spring Mill?
We’re at your service. Just call 610-260-1175 or fill out and submit our Contact form to schedule your tour when it’s convenient for you. You can also attend one of our upcoming events, which will include a tour.
How do I become a resident at Spring Mill?
Once you visit and decide to join our community, you will select an apartment that suits your fancy and complete an application for residency. Our sales counselors will help you from there. Questions? Please fill out and submit our Contact form or call 610-260-1175.