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Protect Our Seniors: Is It Premature to Abandon Pneumococcal Vaccine Recommendation?

June 25, 2019

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Medical Director Dr. Vincent Balestrino discusses why it may be premature for the Centers for Disease Control to rescind its recommendation that senior citizens receive the two suggested vaccines meant to protect against pneumococcal disease. Read more on this hot topic.  

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network set to open Washington's first dementia-specific assisted community

June 7, 2019

Have you driven by the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Washington campus and noticed a bit of construction?

Get the scoop on what we're building - click here to read more about Woodside Place of Washington, the first residential dementia-specific assisted living community in Washington County! 

Memory cafes provide ‘judgment-free zone’ for caregivers and dementia patients

April 26, 2019

During the past couple of years, Alzheimer’s and dementia patients and their caregivers have been meeting in small groups throughout the Pittsburgh area called “memory cafes.”

Click here to read more...and to learn how you can join us at one of our Memory Cafes! 
 
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