For more than 60 years, The Mansion at Rosemont has been a leading senior living community in the Bryn Mawr area. Built in 1902 by master craftsmen, our grand mansion is located in the serene Main Line neighborhood on a 10-acre estate—which is also a certified wildlife preserve—that once belonged to Robert Kelso Cassatt, nephew of world-renowned impressionist painter Mary Cassatt.
The Mansion at Rosemont meets the highest standards in senior housing by offering independent living and personal care residences, as well as priority access to more advanced levels of care—including memory care at our sister communities, Rydal Park and Spring Mill Pointe. As a nonprofit Life Plan Community, we also offer benevolent support to anyone who, through no fault of their own, outlives their financial resources. We’re dedicated to supporting all of our residents as they pursue rich, purposeful lives, without having to worry about the future.
The Rosemont Community Advisory Board comprises individuals with strong ties to the Main Line neighborhood, who bring a diverse mix of backgrounds and experiences to serve our residents and community. Our board works with community leadership to strengthen our foundation of quality, service and stability.
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The Mansion at Rosemont is known as one of suburban Philadelphia’s premier senior living communities—and with a variety of spacious floor plans and so many amenities included, the value, opportunity and security here are beyond compare. Interested in learning more?
HumanGood is a nonprofit organization headquartered in California that believes in changing the conversation about senior living. HumanGood provides housing and services for older adults and serves more than 10,000 residents in 96 communities across six U.S. states. HumanGood’s mission is to redefine aging for adults ages 62 and older by offering housing and experiences designed to support residents and their families—as well as team members—in their pursuit of an engaged and purposeful life.
Additionally, HumanGood is passionate about delivering innovative and supportive affordable housing for older adults and is continuously raising the bar in terms of environmental design, programming, innovative supportive services and ever-improving quality standards.
Learn more at www.humangood.org.
In June 2019, HumanGood and Presby’s Inspired Life (Presby) joined in an affiliation. Presby is the nonprofit parent company of Pennsylvania’s Rosemont, Rydal Park, Rydal Waters and Spring Mill, as well as 36 affordable housing communities in the greater Philadelphia area. With this affiliation, we now comprise more than 21 Life Plan Communities and more than 100 affordable housing communities across California, Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Washington and Idaho. Even still, we remain dedicated to what makes each of our communities unique.
Presby and HumanGood share similar missions as nonprofit organizations that are focused on providing exceptional living experiences and inspiring people to stay engaged and live well. By affiliating, we created a unified organization that is better positioned to compete in the complex senior living field—and do more for more people coast to coast.
Yes, HumanGood is a financially healthy organization. All financial documentation is readily available at www.humangood.org/disclosures.
The recent affiliation means greater growth, which means greater access to resources and a stronger impact of our mission. Here are just a few of the incredible opportunities the affiliation has provided the new communities that have joined HumanGood:
• Enhanced performance and care for our residents.
• Increased opportunities for team members across a wider network of communities.
• Continued commitment and innovative affordable housing opportunities.
• Greater resources for new products, services and communities, as well as philanthropy.
• More resources devoted to innovation and leadership.
One of our primary goals in modifying our community’s name was to remove confusion and differentiate ourselves from similarly named businesses, organizations, and academic institutions, as well as the town of Rosemont itself. Additionally, we wanted to pay homage to our community’s historic and beloved mansion. Now, as The Mansion at Rosemont, we’re celebrating our unique history and paving the way for our community to stand out from the crowd.