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Ken Potter Memorial Golf Tournament

1st Annual Ken Potter Memorial Golf Tournament The tournament will be held Monday, September 19, 2022 at the Outdoor Country Club.Tournament will benefit the Crispus Attucks York, the Margaret E. Moul Home and York Little League.Looking for Sponsors and Golfers! If your business would like to sponsor this very worthwhile event, please contact Duff Forsythe…

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Give Local York

Give Local York, the biggest day of giving in York County is less than two weeks away! Because of you last year, the Margaret E. Moul Home reached its goal of $15,000. Thank you for your generous gift! Please join us this year in our efforts to reach our goal of $20,000 for the Home’s…

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My Life at the Margaret E. Moul Home

Photo: Raphie C.

Having cerebral palsy is like having someone inside you working against you. It’s very hard to deal with. Life has been so different since I’ve moved to the Margaret E. Moul Home. I went water skiing, snow skiing, bowling, to the York Fair. I’m independent. I feel very free here.

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Join Our Family!

The Margaret E. Moul Home is always looking for dynamic team members to enrich the lives of its residents. As one of only three skilled nursing facilities in the state of Pennsylvania to serve adults with cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular impairments, the Margaret E. Moul Home truly is a treasure.

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Gratitude for Our Superheroes!

Who would have guessed this our reality? But the Margaret E. Moul Home’s residents and staff thrive while embracing different! From walkie talkie BINGO to virtual Care Plan and Resident Council meetings, the entire Margaret E. Moul Home family has done its best to adjust to the new normal while providing the same high quality care.

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Margaret E. Moul Home’s Adaptive Music Program

Creating art is something that makes people feel good, especially the residents of the Margaret E. Moul Home. Working hard to accomplish a project brings a sense of fulfillment and pride. Through the Adaptive Music Program, residents have the opportunity to express themselves in such a unique way.

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Feeling Productive and Part of the Community

Margaret E. Moul Home’s Vocational Endeavors program has been assisting local businesses with mailings and small assembly jobs since May 2007. The program currently has 21 residents who participate in work projects for companies including Johnson Controls, First Capitol Federal Credit Union and the Home.

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