Liberty Village opens Bounce Back

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(BCR photo/Lyle Ganther)
Mary Carper (left) talks with her son, Tom Carper of Macomb, in her room in the Bounce Back Neighborhood at Liberty Village of Princeton, which recently opened to handle short-term residents recovering from a surgery or illness.

PRINCETON — Liberty Village of Princeton has opened its new Bounce Back Neighborhood.

The expansion of Liberty Village is part of its continuum of care campus, said Lori Frick, marketing/sales director at Liberty Village of Princeton.

“We tell people to call ahead to reserve a room if they are having an elective surgery,” added Frick. “They can start their therapy. This area will accept Medicare and private pay short-term residents.”

The neighborhood consists of 13 private suites and 14 companion suites. Each suite has a flat screen television and a mini refrigerator. Three of the private suites also have a built-in lift in the ceiling for short-term residents who reside there while recovering from a surgery or an illness.

The neighborhood also has its own dining room, TV room and media room with a drop down screen and full kitchen.

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