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1240 Brace Rd,
Cherry Hill, NJ

440-497-0962

Situated near historic Philadelphia, Symphony at Cherry Hill is a modern, vibrant senior living community located near Virtua Hospital, Jefferson Cherry Hill and Cooper Hospital as well as Cherry Hill Mall and Philadelphia Art Museum. In this secure, intentionally designed community with boutique amenities, residents receive individualized support from staff specially trained in dementia support, and enjoy seasonal, nutritious, chef-prepared dishes in the company of their neighbors. Additional services include housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and scheduled transportation to appointments and group outings. 

With meaningful opportunities for connection and specially designed engagement programs such as exercise, arts and crafts, music therapy and faith-based services, those living with memory impairment can experience greater well-being – and their families can experience greater peace of mind.  

Well-Being

Our Philosophy

We believe a thoughtfully designed environment filled with good neighbors and a caring staff, along with nutritious food, accessible exercise programs and opportunities to connect and engage every day, are the right combination for optimal living.  

For older people living alone, these important elements can become harder to maintain – making home a challenging, unsafe, even lonely place to be.  

That’s why we offer a community for older people where living is easier, surroundings are safer – and together is better.  

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FILLING OUR WORLD WITH GRATITUDE – ONE ACT OF GOODNESS AT A TIME.

See how we're working to achieve 2,022 collective deeds throughout the year – and learn how you can be part of it all!

Goods deeds goal: 2,022

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Marianne C.
After researching 12 other memory care centers, Symphony at Cherry Hill was our choice. The were many reasons for our choice: building is new, rooms are large with a lot of light plus every room (has some sort of view) the enclosed patio gardens, PT... and occupational therapy, a hair salon, great food, a chef who works very closely with you ( I was envious of the meals many times) As a RN with 35+ years experience I can be very critical of care. I have nothing but the highest praise for the all of the staff who either took care of my mother or had interactions with her. Not everything always goes according to plan but if you contact them you usual got a response within minutes. I could go on and on but to make it perfectly clear if I ever needed a memory center I hope my children would choose Symphony @ Cherry Hill for my placement. We are so appreciate of the care my mother receivedread more
Jaclyn Myers C.
After reviewing & interviewing many Philly-area & South Jersey facilities, we selected Symphony at Cherry Hill for their location, cleanliness, resident offerings (beauty salon, monthly themed events/experiences, daily activities including concerts,... crafts, games, etc), and the attentiveness of staff & ratio of staff to residents. The staff took great care of our family member, made significant efforts to connect with her & cater to her social & dietary preferences. Our family member needed a lot of time to 'transition' to the facility but we expected that & that was not the fault of the staff at all as they put in significant work to integrate her into a new place after removing her from her home of 64+ years. Anytime there was a miscommunication about care needs or a hiccup in the transition process- the staff reacted immediately to take corrective action & followed-up to let us know that changes had occurred. We could see the honesty & transparency that Symphony brings to the care of residents which is something we valued highly when selecting a memory care facility. Would highly recommend Symphony to families needing a memory care facility for a loved one!read more
Charlene A.
I moved a family member into this community recently and couldn't be happier with the decision. From the beginning of the process the sales lady listened to my story and was very thorough and thoughtful with helping us to make the right decision. ... The gentleman who runs the building cared enough to not only come in and sit with us while I was there but he also called me the next day. Since we've been there we have had a couple challenges but they were all addressed immediately and satisfactory. From top to bottom all staff have been very caring and we couldn't be happier with our decision.read more
Linda C.
Our father moved into Symphony in April and we are so grateful for the amazing dedicated staff. Thank you.
Stephanie Z.
Symphony at Cherry Hill was my dad's first home away from his home and while the transition took some time, he was happy there for just over a year. It's an absolutely beautiful building and there are some truly incredible people who work there... (Kyonia is simply the best!). While there have been some ups and downs during his time there and I ultimately chose to move my dad elsewhere, I would recommend Symphony overall. In speaking with the new executive director, Wes, a few different times, I truly believe they are trending in an upwards direction and have lots of good things in store for the future.read more
Krista W.
I applaud the efforts of Al Minicozzi in Symphony's Activities Department. Al has been coordinating FaceTime calls with our Mom each week. He has been very conscientious in making sure I get to speak to my Mom at a convenient time on Wednesdays. Al... is very personable during our Window Visits. His kindness and compassion he shows towards our Mom means the world. Al is an asset to your Team and facility.read more
regina B.
It is with great joy that I will be returning as Memory Support Director at Symphony. Due to an unexpected change I had to leave my position with the company in 2019. I am anxiously looking forward to continuing my journey with such an amazing team... of professionals. The leadership at Symphony exemplifies compassion and values great work ethics. I can honestly say the word “Team” could not stand stronger, in any other organization. I am happy to be back home and I look forward to working with a company where Excellence is their primary goal!!read more
Janet T.
This community is the perfect size for hands on memory support services. They provide personal touches to the residents by getting to know them prior to the disease process and developing activities that benefit the resident. They work to provide... purpose and meaning in that moment to improve the quality of life for their residents. Great job team Cherry Hill!read more
Kyonia F.
To My Entire Team at Symphony at Cherry Hill, we are almost at 2 years of being open and I must say that my team has shown especially during these trying times that we can anything! It has been a privilege working with you all from the management,... to the care partners, med techs, nurses, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and activities. Let's keep the momentum going as we all get through these times together.read more
Tracy M.
In a very short period of time, Al Minicozzi in our activities department has become very important team member here at Symphony at Cherry Hill. Since day one Al has put BIG SMILES on our residents faces day in and day out. Al is truly as asset to... our team and the residents LOVE HIM! Big warm thank you to you AL!!!!read more
Mu W.
Facility is well run. Staff is attentive and caring. Memory Care is challenging and rewarding. Symphony’s residents require special considerations, and the skilled, compassionate care providers, go over and above to provide this. The nursing team,... Rebekah, the acting DON and her staff are ALWAYS available with informative patient review and updates. The receptionist Kyonia is pleasant, helpful and appropriate when receiving guests in the main lobby of the building. The facility, is the ONLY facility in Camden County, that has not had a case of COVID-19 with the staff or residents.The business manager, Tiffany, is wonderful very very helpful and always always available to give an enlightening experience.FYI: I am a visiting hospice nurse.read more
Judy K.
My husband has been here for almost 1 year. Before Covid I was so comfortable with Symphony. Once Covid hit and everything closed down I felt very comfortable knowing that my husbands second family was taking care of him. If he was anxious they... would FaceTime me so He could talk to me. I can not express my gratitude to the tremendous staff. When you walk in it all starts with a greeting from Kiki, she always addresses me by first name and I am sure she does this with all visitors, she makes you feel like you are the most important visitor that day. Then the 1st person I seek out is Nikki, this nurse has the patience of a saint. She is a god sent for my husband and I see her treat every resident this way. Maria, Carmen and The Whole activities dept are A plus. Little bit and The girls who Keep the place in beautiful shape as well as the girls who does my husbands wash, they are awesome. I do not know everyone’s names but thank you 1 and all.read more
Tiffany B.
What can I say, we have the BEST team at Symphony at Cherry Hill. From being greeted when you first walk in by Kyonia & Sidney, to our nurses, med techs, and care partners going above and beyond for the residents, the culinary staff ensuring... everyone is fed a great meal, housekeeping making sure we’re in a beautiful clean community, to programming keeping our residents engaged. Everyone has risen above the pandemic to make sure our residents continue their day to day as if nothing has changed and do it with love and care every single day. I value each and every team member for all their hard work day in and day out.read more
Deborah S.
This dedicated, amazing team led by Executive Director, Jim Ryan go above and beyond for the residents (and each other) every single day. The residents are in great hands with team members that are patient, kind, loving, and come to work each day... with a smile behind their masks. True heroes.read more
Andres T.
this is about Elizabeth Delvalle.she has been working at Symphony for almost two years nowand she works hard everyday she is here. she has a big heart and it shows whe she is with the residents,she goes avobe and beyond to make sure of they well... being. is always a pleasure working with her.and i hope i get to work with her for a long time.read more
Candyce T.
I have had the privilege of professionally working with the management team at Symphony at Cherry Hill. They are all so extremely knowledgeable and experienced with dementia care. The facility is beautiful, but most importantly, laid out in a very... functional way. I would encourage any families seeking dementia care to tour this facility.read more
Chris C.
It’s amazing how things work out. When my mother moved into Symphony in May of 2019, we were anxious about dealing with an extended “learning curve”......but it just didn’t happen. My mom was comfortable right away with the entire team at Symphony... and it is fantastic to see those same people keeping things rolling in these crazy times. I would really like to thank Maria’s team along with Al, in keeping the window visits and outdoor visits scheduled and organized. They do an amazing job juggling families, residents, and busy schedules. I am thankful every day for the staff at Symphony who have made a really tough situation more than manageable!read more
Amit G.
I have seen many Assisted Livings through the years, but this has to be one of the most smoothly run places in the state. Everyone in the building pitches in, and you see the care and passion with the entire staff. Whether its the Executive... Director helping serve meals, or the Nurses making sure all of their residents are looking their best. This place is top notch.read more
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