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Our Moments, Our Stories.
At Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, we are shaped by our moments. In our more than 90 year history, we have served thousands of older adults – imagine the number of smiles created, moments shared and stories told in nine decades!
What makes a moment special?
Food. There is no better moment than when residents and team members gather in one of our neighborhood kitchens to make a big pot of spaghetti to share. Everyone pitching in to help, even though it may not be their prized sauce recipe! Food brings a smile and makes a moment special.
Feeling Welcome. It’s all about going the extra mile to make everyone feel welcome – residents, their family members and our team members. The extra mile means pairing up a new team member with a mentor to ensure they have someone to show them the ropes their first few weeks. Going above and beyond means getting to know our residents from day one, ensuring that even though their home has changed, their favorite things, like a morning cup of coffee or an hour spent reading, do not change. The extra mile means reserving a common area on campus, decorating it and helping with food preparations, all so a family can throw a 70th wedding anniversary party for their parents, our residents. What a great moment! Feeling like you’re a part of something creates wonderful moments.
Fun. Whether it’s one our independent living residents jumping out of a plane on her 90th birthday or one of our dementia care residents picking up a paintbrush for the first time to create a masterpiece – we specialize in helping our residents realize their passions and have fun! Fun moments make aging easier – and isn’t that what it’s all about?
Share Your Moments!
There are so many heartwarming moments that happen around our Network each day. These moments unite us – our residents and patients as well as family members, volunteers and team members –and demonstrate the heart that we have for one another and all that we do.
If you are a team member, a resident or a relative or friend of a resident and have a heartfelt story that you’d like to share, we want to hear from you! Click here to Share YOUR Story!