When the safety of your loved one matters most, DevonHouse has always been here.
Finding a safe environment for a senior loved one is more important than ever. That is why we are here for our community. Our vaccination process is complete, and we are currently accepting new residents, with enhanced protocols and precautions for protecting the health and safety of our community. Learn more about tours, visitation, and the admissions process.
Yes. DevonHouse Senior Living is open for both in-person and virtual tours. Please contact us here or call 610-967-1100 to schedule a tour and learn more about our safety protocols.
No, new residents do not have to quarantine. New residents are required to have a negative coronavirus test prior to move-in.
Yes! In order to keep everyone as safe as possible, visits are by appointment.
Our roots are right here in the Lehigh Valley, with local ownership and management carefully monitoring and responding to the situation in Allentown and the surrounding areas.
With over 30 successful years caring for the health and safety of our residents, we have the experience to know exactly what to do to keep seniors safe, and to respond quickly and proactively.
Our enhanced operating procedures and protocols in every department are specifically designed to help guard our residents from the threat of Covid-19.
In this exceptional time, one thing remains the same: our mission and commitment to providing a nurturing, healthful environment where residents have the highest degree of independence and their families have a peace of mind. This includes:
When you have questions about senior care in the current environment, call us at 610-967-1100. Or, we can have a face-to-face conversation via Facetime, Zoom, or your preferred platform.
At DevonHouse Senior Living, we are taking every step to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our residents. Our responsive approach follows CDC and state and local health department regulations, as well as our decades of experience and know-how caring for seniors.
Following are answers to some frequently asked questions about senior living and Covid-19 in the Lehigh Valley. Detailed information about our protocols is at the bottom of this page.
Yes. We are accepting new admissions, with special protocols in place for the safety and wellbeing of our residents. Learn more about our admissions process, including in-person tours, here.
Yes! To ensure that everyone who wants to visit their loved one in senior living is able to do so safely, all visits must be scheduled through the concierge at 610-967-1100. This allows us to maintain a reasonable number of people in the building, while ensuring that those who want to visit may do so.
We will continue to have communal dining and activities in order to ensure that residents can socialize with each other. Our dining room is open with a modified arrangement to maintain social distancing. Resident couples and residents who share suites may dine together in closer proximity. (Of course, room service is always available for residents who prefer it.)
We maintain a calendar of fulfilling activities to for our residents’ physical and mental wellbeing. All activities are conducted maintaining appropriate social distancing.
No, new residents do not have to quarantine. A negative coronavirus test is required prior to admission.
Senior living can be the safest option for many seniors. With strict safety protocols firmly in place and part of our routine, senior living offers seniors opportunities to socialize and stay healthy in a controlled environment. Staff are available 24/7 for assistance, and to monitor and respond proactively to health changes.
Our safety protocols follow guidance from The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The CDC and PA Department of Health recommend a variety of steps that we implemented early to help reduce the potential for the virus to enter our community. These include: