Assisted living facilities in Pennsylvania are also known as assisted living communities and senior care facilities. Pennsylvania assisted living facilities come in all shapes and sizes, and they come in residential settings, free-standing buildings, and they offer various levels of care, services and amenities. Our Pennsylvania assisted living facility placement and referral agency service directory will help you find the best elder/senior assisted living community listing to fit your needs. Carewatchers is an established senior care facility placement and referral agency, and our personalized service is at no cost to the potential resident.
Pennsylvania assisted living communities are licensed and surveyed by the State of Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania, senior care facilities can vary from less than four beds to more than 100 beds. Most all assisted living facilities offer their residents some level of assistance with the activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, eating, walking, physical transfer, and medication reminders. The essential services include 24-hour supervision and security, three meals a day served in a common dining area, basic housekeeping, exercise and wellness programs, transportation, social and recreational activities, and access to medical services.
The focus of adult daycare centers is mainly on the social interaction with adults and older persons. Adult day centers provide senior adults a daycare for seniors that has chronic medical conditions. Use our adult daycare center placement and referral agency service to find adult daycare centers near you.Select this option
Assisted living facilities provide seniors more companionship and some assistance in day-to-day living. Assisted living facilities can come in all sizes, from six units to a hundred units. Our assisted living facility placement and referral agency service will help seniors find a private pay assisted living community.Select this option
CCRC's are owned by private companies and are staffed to provide a "continuum of care." Continuing care retirement communities are a combination of memory care facilities, skilled nursing, and assisted living facilities. There are three basic types of contracts for care in a CCRC.Select this option
Hospice care is more than a place of care, hospice is a unique kind of care for people with advanced illnesses. Hospice care is a specialized care that accepts dying as the final stage of life. Use our hospice care facility placement and referral agency service to find hospice care facilities.Select this option
Independent living is simply any housing arrangement designed for seniors, generally those aged 55 and over. These communities are for seniors who need no care. Use our independent living community placement and referral agency service to find independent living.Select this option
Home care and in-home care are sometimes referred to as home health care, home health and private duty. Our home care placement and referral agency service will help clients find in-home care, home care, home health care and private duty home care close to you.Select this option
Memory care is a term that refers to specialized care provided by some facilities to help elder/seniors and other individuals affected by memory impairment. Use our memory care facility placement and referral agency service to find private pay memory care facilities.Select this option
Residential Care Homes are also known as adult family homes, adult family care homes, care homes, residential care facilities and personal care homes. Our residential care home placement and referral agency service will help seniors find the appropriate senior care home.Select this option
Skilled nursing facilities are normally the highest level of care for older adults outside of a hospital. Nursing homes provide custodial care, which includes getting in and out of bed. Use our skilled nursing facility placement and referral agency service to help you find the right facility.Select this option