NEWS & EVENTS 2017-11-27T21:20:11+00:00

We strive for the highest level of function for each individual.


For Our Families

Delaware Valley Residential Care would like offer a list of some very valuable resources that may aid you on your journey to recovery.  These great organization strive to be leaders and pioneers in the Brain Injury World.  All of us want to provide the most current sources for treatment and recovery.  I know that we value their work and ourselves work with them to provide the most comprehensive continuum of support for our families and residents.


Support Groups

  • Live Brain injury encouragement chats Tuesdays 7PM Eastern at “Hope After Head Injury” Facebook Online support Group: request to join this private moderated group which provides a way to share and connect with others in the brain injury community. Facebook.com/groups/hopeafterheadinjury

Warminster Update

In January 2018 Delaware Valley Residential Care open its doors to our new site located in Warminster. This new chapter in our growth allows our residents to foster a strong community relationship while allowing them to enjoy a higher level of independence.  The  town homes are nestled in an area close to shopping , restaurants, and public transportation.  All this enhances the quality of life for of our residents and their families.  This new state of the art facility has a club house in the center of the community with  a dining hall serving three meals a day, a healthcare center with 24hr/7days a week licensed staff on duty.  We are proud of our structure day program and all it has to offer with one : one cognitive and behavioral therapy programming tailored for the needs of each individual we serve.

Past Event Highlights

Pet Therapy Sessions

Brock Eichenhofer and his trusty pals Emma and Bailey sure know how to turn a room into love, fun, and laughter. Our residents enjoy our fury guests who bring so much joy into our lives. The excitement are moments we treasure.

Tai Chi Classes

Tai chi, pronounced “tie chee”, is a mind-body practice that originated in China as a martial art. A person doing tai chi moves his body slowly and gently, while breathing deeply and meditating (tai chi is sometimes called “moving meditation”). Many practitioners believe that tai chi helps the flow throughout the body of a proposed vital energy called qi (pronounced “chee,” it means “air” or “power”). Our residents are lucky to be able to participate in this beneficial form of exercise.

Cooking With A Twist

Our residents enjoy cooking class with Emily who is very innovative with her choices and styles of cooking. The classes are limited and fill up very quickly. Of course the proof is in the tasting and boy it makes a home run every time.

Final thoughts …

Healing yourself is connected with healing others. – Yoko Ono


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