Our mission, vision and values
Presbyterian SeniorCare: Non-profit, serving all faiths
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Presbyterian SeniorCare is a Christ-centered network of communities and services committed to excellence in enhancing the quality of life of older adults.Close
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We will be the region’s trusted guide for consumers and the premier provider of integrated care and service options that support older adults wherever they call home.Close
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We embody a culture for individuals to live life well, provide employees meaningful, engaging work and demonstrate accountability to the communities we serve.Close
Value Our Commitment to Welcoming and Respectful Environments
We are committed to an inclusive and person-centered culture where residents, families and employees of diverse backgrounds feel welcomed, valued and respected.Close
Our Aging Services Continuum Spans 10 Counties
At Presbyterian SeniorCare, we are dedicated to making aging easier. We are committed to continue to grow our Aging Services Network to meet the changing needs and desires of mature adults wherever they are in their life's journey. We do this through our own offerings or through affiliations as well as partnerships with other community organizations and aging services providers.
From in-home and community-based services to residential living and care options, our Aging Services Network spans 10 counties. Our high-quality continuum of services is broad, serving adults who desire total independence and wellness opportunities to individuals who require nursing and/or compassionate end-of-life care.Close
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Do I have to be Presbyterian to live at one of the communities or receive care and services in my home?
No. Presbyterian SeniorCare and its affiliates welcomes seniors of all faiths. If you live in one of our communities, you’ll find a number of programs to meet the spiritual needs of a variety of denominations.
2. Do I have to be a certain age to live at a Presbyterian SeniorCare community?
No, but we specialize in long-term care for older adults, not younger people or children. Generally, your medical needs will be the primary factor in determining admission and your level of care.
3. What are the different types of care available at Presbyterian SeniorCare?
As an accredited Aging Services Network, we offer a continuum of living and care options. In addition to adult day services, we can provide personal care; rehabilitation services, in-home non-medical private duty care, nursing care; hospice and palliative care for residents; respite; supportive and affordable housing; and independent living through our premier continuing care retirement communities or CCRCs.
4. What is a continuing care retirement community?
It is an option that enables active, generally healthy older adults to maintain their independence. A CCRC offers a variety of accommodations and services for a one-time entrance fee and an ongoing monthly fee. Under our full range of services, CCRC residents have access to other services in our Aging Services Network as their care needs increase.
5. Does my doctor have to refer me to Presbyterian SeniorCare?
No, a doctor does not need to make a referral; however, you or your loved one will be required to have a medical examination before admission.
6. Will my family member be able to keep his or her primary care physician?
Yes. Your loved one may keep his or her primary care physician, but any physician must be credentialed by Presbyterian SeniorCare to provide care at any of our communities.
7. Are children able to visit?
Absolutely! A Presbyterian SeniorCare’s community is your loved one’s home. As with all family and friends, visitors are welcome at the residents' choosing. Visiting hours are unrestricted at all communities, and we hold many events and activities to which family and friends are invited.
8. What happens if we run out of money to pay for our care?
Presbyterian SeniorCare is proud that no resident has been asked to leave due to an inability to pay. Presbyterian SeniorCare will explore all available financial options to assist you and your loved one.
9. What happens if additional care is required?
Presbyterian SeniorCare residents have a distinct advantage if their care needs change. Under our full range of services, known as our Continuum of Care, we offer a variety of living and care options that enable individuals to transition between care levels.
10. Does Medicare pay for any portion of the cost of care?
Yes. The level and type of care determine what Medicare will cover. Medicare covers the cost for care provided by a skilled professional, such as a physical or occupational therapist. It will not provide reimbursement for intermediate care or personal care.
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