MAHWAH, NJ –- Brandywine Senior Living welcomed over 600 guests to the grand opening celebration of their new Mahwah community that included live music, gourmet food, cocktails and desserts, a raffle, and a luxurious beach towel gift for every guest. Guests included Audrey Meyers, CEO of Valley Health System, Mayor Laforet, Angelo Genova with Genova Burns Attorneys at Law, and Cathey Davey, Vice President of Institutional Advancement with Ramapo College in addition to many community dignitaries, physicians, therapists, caregivers, and invited guests. All were shown the many amenities and luxury touches throughout the building by the Brandywine tour guides.
“We’re extremely excited to bring Brandywine Senior Living to Mahwah,” said Brenda J. Bacon, Brandywine Senior Living CEO and President. “The community we have rebuilt here is just amazing, and we are privileged to give the seniors in the surrounding area the option to live a fabulous lifestyle while getting the best care possible.”
Conveniently situation on Wyckoff Road, near the historic Ramapo Valley Road in Mahwah, NJ, Brandywine Living at Mahwah offers seniors a warm atmosphere and a luxurious environment.
“Valley is delighted to work with Brandywine to bring high-quality medical care, rehabilitation therapy and wellness services onsite to the residents of this beautiful new assisted living community,” said Audrey Meyers, President and CEO, The Valley Hospital and Valley Health System. “Collaborating with Brandywine aligns with Valley’s mission to deliver the right care in the right setting to our community. We look forward to providing residents with enhanced health and wellness services for years to come.”
Brandywine Senior Living has a history and reputation of providing the best of care for seniors, and the Mahwah community shows off this commitment with an impressive list of amenities starting with a partnership with Valley Health. Other amenities include Escapades… for Life! Program, All Day Dining, on-site licensed Nurses 24/7, therapy pool and in-house Salon and Spa services.
Guests had the opportunity to hear about Brandywine Senior Living’s relationship with the town and Valley Health from Brandywine Senior Living CEO and President Brenda J. Bacon; Valley Health CEO Audrey Meyers, Mayor Bill Laforet and Ramapo College’s Vice President of Institutional Advancement Cathey Davey. All spoke of their strong commitment to the needs of our seniors and the continued partnership between the town, state, and local businesses for these services.
“I welcome Brandywine Senior Living to Mahwah. Spending time with the new residents of Mahwah, and having a chance to tour their home simply was an extraordinary experience, it is absolutely beautiful,” said Mayor Laforet. “Brandywine is an example of how we all would like to spend our later years, with a very caring staff and every amenity one could imagine. We are proud to say, Brandywine is our new neighbor in Mahwah!”
To schedule a personal tour of Brandywine Living at Mahwah, contact Meagan Minutolo or Nicole Greco at 201-800-8070