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Rudolf Steiner Fellowship Foundation

241 Hungry Hollow Rd, Spring Valley, New York 10977

The Fellowship Community is a dynamic, work-based, inter-generational, long-term care community founded on the ideas of Rudolf Steiner’s Anthroposophy. ​ Their mission is to cultivate a community surrounding the care of the elderly by: nurturing the body, soul, and spirit of the human being through all phases of life; creating and maintaining a social process worthy of our common humanity; caring responsibly for the earth upon which we live. They strive to do this by providing: . human-centered long-term care for the elderly that can be a model for society; individualized therapeutic and medical support and services; meaningful and fulfilling work in service; continuing education, including cooperation with the neighboring institutions of the Threefold Community, including the study of biodynamic agriculture. They are working together for the renewal of social, economic, and cultural life by: the recognition of individual human rights based in equality; fostering an economic life based on brotherhood and sisterhood; the cultivation of spiritual values and cultural life in freedom. Within the Fellowship Community itself, there are a number of different living arrangements available to members, reflecting the wish to create a multi level care community. Three buildings contain a number of apartments for those capable of and interested in more independent living. These buildings also house coworkers and their families and a workshop space of some kind, whether the weavery or the foundation office or the like. These buildings are maintained by Fellowship coworkers. In Hilltop House, there are individual rooms with full baths for those who still care for themselves but choose to have more support in daily life, whether in maintaining their spaces or simply having more ready access to common meals and other activities. For those in need of increasing daily care, there are rooms in the care unit, which is located in the very center of Hilltop House. Some of these are double, some single rooms. These rooms are available to those who find themselves needing increasing care and support from trained coworkers. Because the Fellowship Foundation is seeking an experience in community life, those entering the community are generally still independent and able to care for themselves in basic ways. A person’s medical condition must be one that can be managed within the context of an adult home, which is how they are licensed by the New York State Department of Social Services.

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