Presbyterian SeniorCare is a not-for-profit that’s been focused on just one thing for more than 85 years – helping older adults live positively. What drives us is our mission, and a commitment to excellence.
Our goal is to make sure that older adults age with grace and dignity. As the region’s largest eldercare provider, we do this by providing a continuum of services and living options, and by investing significantly in our people. We believe that people are what make the difference between good and great. Everyday lives are being enriched and changed positively by our compassionate and well-trained staff and volunteers – people whose dedication to excellence is consistent with our faith-based mission of improving the lives of older adults from all walks of life.
Today Presbyterian SeniorCare is privileged to serve more than 6,500 older adults through our continuum of 56 communities at 44 locations across 10 Western Pennsylvania counties. Our care and service options include: personal care and skilled nursing communities, specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care, over 35 affordable and supportive housing communities, our premier continuing care retirement community Longwood at Oakmont, as well as in-home and community-based programs.
In 2006, Presbyterian SeniorCare became the first Aging Services Network in Pennsylvania, and the third and largest in the nation to receive accreditation from Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities-Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC). CARF-CCAC reissued that accreditation for a five-year term through 2016, representing the highest level commendation that can be awarded to an eldercare provider. Additionally, we also have been awarded the CARF-CCAC accreditation through 2016 as “Person-Centered Long-Term Care Communities” for our nursing communities, recognizing our superior performance in fostering an environment of autonomy, choice and flexibility for our residents.
For more information about Presbyterian SeniorCare, please call 1-877-PSC-6500 or visit www.SrCare.org.