One of life’s precious intentions, for most people, is to remain in their own home for as long as possible. With that in mind, St. Paul’s offers qualified, non-medical, home-based assistance to help people do just that. On a pay-per-service basis, people can find the assistance they need by simply making a phone call to St. Paul’s Without Walls, Home-Based Services.
The Ridgewood at Shenango Valley (RWSV) is a collaborative effort of St. Paul's and UPMC Horizon Hospital. Established in 1998, The Ridgewood at Shenango Valley is a premier senior living residence that serves the Shenango Valley. RWSV offers private apartments and assistance with daily living activities to adults who need or desire these accommodations and services. Residents enjoy a variety of activities and events in a safe and secure environment.
VNA Alliance offers a wide range of services provided by nurses and other health care professionals including registered & licensed practical nurses, physical, speech & occupational therapists, home health aides, intravenous (IV) therapy, wound care & ostomy care, e-stim/ultrasound. Additional services provided in Crawford County include Palliative Care Program and TeleHealth monitoring.
Although St. Paul's and Thiel College have been neighbors for more than 150 years, it was in 2007 that the two organizations formed a partnership called Joining Generations. Through a variety of meaningful contacts, experiences and learning opportunities, this joint venture enables younger and older adults to more fully appreciate each other. Residents enjoy the college's arts, entertainment and sports while serving as guest speakers in the classroom, auditing classes, and fellowship through school events. Together these organizations learn and grow.
HVA is an alliance of locally governed senior living communities throughout northwest Pennsylvania. They’re organizations you already know and trust.
And as not-for-profit, mission-driven entities, our member organizations reinvest their earnings back into their staff, their facilities, their programs, and the outstanding care they provide — placing residents’ needs above all things.
From independent living communities, home care and rehab, to skilled nursing care and memory support, our member organizations are there through every stage of life’s encore.
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association advances research to end Alzheimer's and dementia while enhancing care for those living with the disease.
The Pennsylvania Homecare Association is a state trade association representing nearly 700 organizations that provide care and support to individuals in their own homes. Our members provide medical care, such as nursing and wound care, and physical, speech or occupational therapy, personal care, such as assistance with activities of daily living like bathing and meal preparation, and end-of-life care for those with terminal illnesses.