MONROEVILLE, Pennsylvania has a total of 5 Assisted Living Facilities and Senior Living Communities near you. See complete list of the best MONROEVILLE assisted living communities below:
120 WYNGATE DRIVE, MONROEVILLE, Pennsylvania 15146
License #: 435520
Capacity: 56 people
Phone #: (800) 304-5948
2560 STROSCHEIN ROAD, MONROEVILLE, Pennsylvania 15146
License #: 433420
Capacity: 52 people
Phone #: (888) 895-1295
4363 NORTHERN PIKE, MONROEVILLE, Pennsylvania 15146
License #: 446240
Capacity: 87 people
Phone #: (800) 286-0203
2589 MOSSIDE BOULEVARD, MONROEVILLE, Pennsylvania 15146
License #: 441740
Capacity: 126 people
Phone #: (800) 303-5357
With a convenient location just 13 miles from Pittsburgh, Monroeville is a community with an excellent mix of robust commercial district and residential neighborhoods. Interstate 76, U.S Route 22 and Interstate 376 converge here, which is one of the reasons the town is known as the crossroads of Western Pennsylvania. The town offers plenty of major metropolitan area resources with a small-town residential environment. Points of interest in the town include the Monroeville Mall, Senior Citizens Centre and the Gateway HS Library among many others.
Monroeville has quite a huge population of the elderly in their retirement years. It provides assisted living communities which are put in place to maintain the independence of the older residents who may not be safe living on their own. Such assisted communities offer assistance in areas where the older people are in need, and they also offer occupants interesting socialization opportunities. Care is usually customized to individual wants and requirements. Keep in mind, however, that the facilities do not deal with nursing care round the clock. Presently, an enormous number of the residences also offer occupational, physical and speech therapy to the seniors.
Typical inhabitants at assisted living facilities in Monroeville are people who are older than eighty years, need reminders when to take medication, need assistance bathing, are no longer safe cooking meals and may also be experiencing early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. Note that group homes, personal care and board homes and residential care homes are also part of the assisted living residences. Senior adults are not prisoners at the homes as they have permission to indulge (for smokers and people who take alcohol – within reason) and they can also have overnight guests over.
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
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