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Ann's Choice residents at Ground Zero

When the Ann’s Choice Trips and Travel bus left the Erickson Living community in Bucks County, Pa., Sept. 9, all 42 seats were filled. The occupants eagerly anticipated their trip to the new One World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

Transportation department driver Frank Biron was at the wheel and fellow driver Jim Rossen was concierge.

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When they stopped driving, Joy and Raymond Ashfield felt isolated in their house in rural Pittstown, N.J. 

Their son lived with them and drove them to errands and appointments, but they lacked the independence of getting in the car and going places themselves. 

Ann's Choice residents

Early this year, Bill Ledder changed his address from Pittstown, N.J., to , Erickson Living’s retirement community in Bucks County, Pa. 

Ann's Choice residents

After 26 years of managing the kitchen at Carmen’s Place, the sports bar she owned with her husband Carmen, and even longer caring for their house in Bensalem, Pa., Fritzi Cavalli was ready to retire from everything.

Ann's Choice

If you’re thinking about a more carefree lifestyle with freedom to pursue personal interests instead of maintaining your house, it’s time to investigate retirement communities.

With so many choices available, it’s important to make an informed decision and select the one that’s right for you.