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Assisted Living Options

Knowing there is help when you need it can make all the difference. UPMC Senior Communities’ assisted living residences, in western Pennsylvania, make perfect homes for seniors who are generally independent but who may need an extra touch of care with day-to-day routines, like medications, nutritional support, and help with personal care. 

Assisted living offers seniors the best of both worlds the freedom and independence of apartment living, along with a touch of extra assistance with daily activities.

Located on the UPMC Passavant campus, this three-story, 100-unit residence offers homelike living with fitness and rehabilitation services, and an acute-care hospital close by.

Comfortable, secure living on a landscaped hilltop campus on Saltsburg Road near Penn Hills, Seneca Manor offers 24-hour nursing care, rehabilitation, and wellness services.

A private, elegant residence, Strabane Woods of Washington offers fitness, health care, and rehabilitation services, and is adjacent to the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center.

In a serene rural setting, with a panoramic view of the Laurel Mountains and downtown Greensburg, Pa., Weatherwood Manor assisted living provides comfortable, supportive care tailored to seniors’ needs.

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