The key to successful aging is living a vital life.
At William Crispe we encourage success!
When establishing the William Crispe Community House it was stated, "It is the belief of the Senior Citizens Board that the problem of the aged is not restricted to the destitute or infirm, but is a problem created by the comparative isolation and loneliness of the older person in today's living pattern. His or her need is for companionship, independent living, stimulus, fulfillment of interests and relief of housekeeping cares. The senior citizens idea, therefore, pays attention to the active able-bodied elderly person, with the aim of extending the period of activity and alertness. The main objective is to provide a pleasant place for congenial individuals to live. Every effort will be made to avoid an institutional atmosphere."