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Alzheimer's incidence expected to rise; awareness also increasing

November 26, 2018

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, aimed at making people more aware of the disease, and bringing to light care options available for those affected and their caregivers.

Check out this great article published by the Washington Observer-Reporter for facts, figures and quotes on how to live in the moment.

An Employee Pipeline That Starts With Schooling

November 20, 2018

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, a full-continuum provider serving 10 counties in western Pennsylvania, has accepted that challenge by creating a program that not only recruits young people as employees, but actively partners with schools to educate and train them for the purpose.

Click here to read more of this LeadingAge Magazine article about how Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is building an employee pipeline. 

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network voted Best of the Best!

November 16, 2018
We are proud to share that, for the second year in a row, we have been voted the Best of the Best by the readers of the Washington Observer-Reporter!

We are so honored that the public has validated our commitment to excellence, not only as a provider of high-quality living and service options for seniors, but also as a great place to work.

We won First Place in the following categories:
  • Best Retirement Community
  • Best Assisted Living/Nursing Home
We also placed in the Top 3 for the Best Place to Work category.
We were selected by members of the community after a nominating and voting contest. Winners were announced at a November 15 ceremony hosted by the Washington Observer-Reporter.
 
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