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Living-At-Home Program

Geriatric Care Coordination

The Living-at-Home Program provides care coordination for ongoing in-home care for older adults. The program makes referrals for a range of services, to help older adults live independently for as long as possible, such as:

  • Home-delivered meals
  • Grocery shopping
  • Housekeeping
  • Yard work

Personalized Treatment

The nurse and social worker will develop a care plan for you and recommend services to provide any needed care. Your personalized care plan will be developed with input from you, your family, and caregiving friends, as well as our health care professionals.

UPMC Community Stories

Watch Marie's story, a Living-At-Home program participant, on our UPMC Community website.

Join the Program

To join the Living-at-Home program, you must be over the age of 70 and live in one of 14 neighborhoods.

Learn more about the qualifications to join the program.

Additional Resources

Learn more about how you can help seniors in your area by visiting our Benevolent Care and Community Outreach website.

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