Is East Falls the kind of community that would welcome a home for sick kids by our favorite residential park?
1/8/18 UPDATE: We’ve received a revised plan and elevation sheets from KenCrest. Attached at the end of the post
During the holidays, especially, “home” takes on special meaning. We decorate them, make up our own little rituals when to light this, and where to hang that. We welcome friends and family home, even sing about home in Christmas carols. Everyone needs a place to call home.
Here in East Falls, KenCrest at Midvale & McMichael seeks to create a transitional care home for six ventilated/intubated children in their facility by the park (currently providing daycare for disabled adults).