Radnor In-home Care Services
Located within Delaware County, Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, was established in 1682 by William Penn and lies along a famous strip of Philadelphia suburbs known as the Main Line. Before the time of the Quakers, the land was home to the Lenni Lenape Indians until 1663-1665 when a group of 40 Quakers from Radnorshire, Wales, inhabited the area to seek religious freedom. The township was founded on a piece of land parallel to the Schuylkill River. Later significant developments in the towns’ history occurred in 1794 when the first toll road in America opened known as the Lancaster Turnpike. The other major development came when the Columbia Railroad was established in 1832, making Radnor more accessible to the city. The township today is known as “The best place to live, work, visit, and do business on the Main Line,” and was awarded one of Pennsylvania’s Safest Cities awards in 2018 from the National Council.
What to do and Visit While near Radnor Township
- Radnor Friends Meetinghouse: Right in the center of town take a walk through one of the most historic landmarks on Sproul and Conestoga Roads, and even join in on a worship service held weekly at 10 am!
- Villanova Theatre: The theatre produces about four shows each school year ranging from musicals to dramas, or comical productions.
- Chanticleer Garden: Roam through one of the most magnificent gardens in the region from 10-5 pm Wednesday through Sundays, taking in all the natural beauty of the historic landscape and colorful flowers.
- Finley House: Part of Radnor Historical Society, this vintage house acts as a historical museum housing the many artifacts of Radnor Township, open on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 2-4pm.
- Friends of Radnor Trail Park: Pack a picnic basket and bring the children out to the local park for a pleasant afternoon under the shade of the trees!
- Radnor Memorial Library: Enjoy thousands of books ranging from children books to adults and many books about the town’s history.
- Lancaster Ave: Take a trip down one of the most bustling parts of town lined on both street-sides with coffee shops, restaurants, and your local mom and pop stores!
The town population averages at about 31,000 residents where the major demographic is Caucasian, but still has an 8% demographic to Native American roots! Most of the housing within the town is family occupied, but 12% of the houses have a resident that is 65 years or older living alone. Radnor Township is a town of roads, and most residents travel using a car. Within Radnor, there are 7 SEPTA stations for the regional rail, as well as one SEPTA suburban bus route.
Live with Comfort in Radnor
Here at Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia, we are only a car ride away to offer in-home care services at your door! Quality experience of caregiving, communication, and coordination is our motto and what we stand by! We want to help keep Radnor one of the safest cities while keeping you safe and taken care of in your home. Contact your local King of Prussia offices in the Main Line at (484) 306-3083 for more information!
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Radnor Senior Caregivers
I wish I could put into words how grateful my aunt said she is to this whole team of caregivers that took care of her! She said they were almost like being taken care of by her friends and family.