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As the largest eldercare provider in western Pennsylvania, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is committed to enriching the aging experience through person-centered service and living options. Since 1928, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network has been setting the standard for senior living options that are consistent with the needs and preferences of residents and their families in the areas of independent living, home and community-based services, personal care, rehabilitation and skilled nursing care, end-of-life care, and specialty dementia care. A leader in the aging services arena, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network has 54 communities and/or services at 44 locations across 10 counties in western Pennsylvania serving 6,500 seniors and families each year. At all times Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is grounded in Christ-like values of benevolence and love of neighbor as we pursue excellence, innovation and collaboration to ensure individuals live well and team members have meaningful, engaging work. The far-reaching Presbyterian SeniorCare Network family of affiliates includes: Presbyterian SeniorCare Oakmont Campus, Longwood at Home, Longwood at Oakmont, Presbyterian SeniorCare Washington Campus, SeniorCare at Home, SeniorCare Network, Shenango on the Green, our Erie communities and the Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation, employing over 2,100 employees in total. For more than 30 years, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network has provided affordable senior housing in all sizes and types—from condominiums to high-rise apartments for income-qualified seniors and persons with disabilities in the Pittsburgh area. Our commitment to providing affordable housing to our most vulnerable community members – low-income seniors – as well as supportive housing options for individuals living with disabilities at more than 30 locations is evident in the comfortable and modern accommodations we provide. In addition, onsite service coordinators connect our residents to appropriate community service providers and agencies. One of the hallmarks of our supportive housing communities is our meal program. Meals are prepared by our in-house cooks and are served Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12 noon. The meal is hot, nutritious and meets the daily food pyramid requirements – not to mention they are GOOD TASTING! Residents can get the meal delivered to their home or can eat it in the community dining room with other residents. The cost of the meal is $4.00. The menu is customized around the holidays and families can join the resident with advance notice and ordering. Currently four Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Supportive Housing communities offer the meal program:
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