Known as Happy Valley, State College is Penn State proud. The area is a popular retirement community, especially for the university’s alumni. Psychology Today named the region in the late 1980’s as one of the least stressful places to live in the United States. It has also been named as the #1 safest small cities in America.
State College assisted living provides residents a small town atmosphere, with a big city culture. The university brings in numerous events all year long, including Broadway performances at Eisenhower Auditorium.
For seniors who would rather watch college sports, the Penn State sports teams are exciting. On a football weekend, the quiet town of State College becomes the 3rd largest city in the state of Pennsylvania. Fans from all around the East Coast head to Happy Valley, to cheer on their favorite sports team with their favorite coach, Joe Paterno. After watching a game, many fans head to the famous Berkey Creamery for freshly made ice cream.
Residents in assisted living State College are part of a safe and quiet community. They are treated with exceptional care and given services based on their needs. Seniors maintain their level of independence and quickly become part of the Happy Valley family.