KeystoneCare Home Care and Hospice

KeystoneCare Home Care and Hospice

Montgomery County, PA

Quality of Care

License Status
Daily Staff Per Resident
Nurse On Site?
24 Hour Nurse On Site?
Secured Dementia Unit?
Memory Care Programs

Levels of Care

KeystoneCare Home Care and Hospice offers 0 types of care: .

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab
What are levels of care?

Levels of care refer to how much assistance a person needs with health management, as well as activities of daily living. Activities of daily living are tasks like dressing, taking a bath or shower, using the restroom, and eating.

Additional considerations include whether the individual can take prescription medications or manage chronic conditions independently, or whether some assistance from a caregiver is needed.

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Living at KeystoneCare Home Care and Hospice

Types of Units

KeystoneCare Home Care and Hospice offers 0 types of units: .

  • Private Room
  • Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
  • Townhouse


No dining information found.

Religious Services


Eligibility & Pets



No amenity information found.

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
Parent Organization

Affiliated Communities

No affiliated communities found.

Reviews of KeystoneCare Home Care and Hospice
Average rating from 5 reviews:

  • We had a terrible experience with KeystoneCare. The 'sales' team was very helpful but - in practice - the care was not good. They spent little time with my mum - all their time was on the phone, preparing meals for themselves, or on their break. I am not convinced that they actually were qualifies.More 
    David Wood · 2 weeks ago
  • Very disappointing, fees have increased whist the quality of care has decreased. When a carer is supposed to be helping my mom to shower and change, she simply stands to one side and watches. They don't really care but are only interested in making more money. If you want you loved ones to be caredMore 
    David Ramos · 5 months ago
  • I cannot speak to the experience of hospice care physically in this building, my grandmother was given hospice in her home with her husband/my grandfather, myself, and my husband taking care of her ourselves everyday. Tyler and Michael were the people who were scheduled to assist us with the process. Medication, care tips, etc, theyMore 
    Shanelle Jones · 7 months ago
  • Most nurses were too busy to be punctual and were often rude. My mom preferred to do everything on her own rather than depend on the nurses. So, the money we paid for nursing services was not worth it.
    William Zack · 2 months ago
  • I work here and I am so proud to be a part of this team. My colleagues are professional and truly care about the patients and their families. The Director is passionate about providing high quality care and has a wealth of knowledge about palliative medicine.
    Sophie Marie · 7 months ago