Continuum of Care
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The decision to move from your home into a senior living and care facility is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime.  You need to consider personal finances and the kinds of services you need to maintain your highest quality of life.  Some facilities offer only one level of care; Other facilities offer a full continuum of care, which means they are able to meet your needs if or when you find you need some assistance with care or require full nursing care.

Baptist Homes Society is licensed as a continuing care retirement community, which means we offer the full continuum of care on each of our two campuses: Baptist Homes, which serves almost 300 older adults with both fee-for-service and continuing care contracts, and Providence Point, which serves an additional 500 individuals with residential and supportive services.

We have been serving older adults throughout Western Pennsylvania since 1910. If you have any questions about what we can offer you, we encourage you to call us or complete our contact form.


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