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Westminster Woods at Huntingdon Located in Thriving Area

By: Stephen Juliano
February 8th, 2018

When looking at a retirement community you want to consider all aspects of that community, from the amenities, to the food options, and everything in between. One of the most important aspects of a community is its location. And while proximity to loved ones may be an important factor when choosing a location, you may also want to consider if the area is thriving.

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Presbyterian Senior Living Mourns the Passing of Former CEO

By: Steve Proctor
October 27th, 2017

To the PSL Family; I am saddened to report that Al Schartner, former CEO of Presbyterian Homes has died after a short illness.

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6 Pennsylvania Cities Ranked in Top 100 Places to Retire

By: Stephen Juliano
October 19th, 2017

The latest rankings on the best places to retire are out from U.S. News and World Report, and six Pennsylvania cities made it on the list, with three landing in the top 20. Based on data like the happiness of local residents, housing affordability, tax rates, healthcare quality, and more, these were the PA cities that were ranked highest:

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Senior Bullying: How a Caring Community Can Prevent the Behavior

By: Stephen Juliano
October 12th, 2017

Bullying is bad. There’s no way around that. Kids today learn from a young age what bullying is and how they can handle it. But bullying isn’t confined to school hallways and playgrounds. Adults are just as prone to the behavior as children, and you can find bullying in the office, and even among friends. Sadly, it can also be common at senior living communities, and more often than not those involved aren't aware they are engaging in the harmful behavior.

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90 for 90: Celebrating 90 Years of Service to Seniors

By: Stephen Juliano
September 14th, 2017

History is always on the move. The events and achievements of today and the plans and aspirations of tomorrow all become a part of a single narrative with the passage of time. Presbyterian Senior Living is a ministry that had very modest beginnings. Through the vision of its founders and the diligent work of the generations to follow, it has grown into a comprehensive network of services for seniors. It’s hard to believe that PSL is celebrating 90 years of service to seniors and their families this year. And as we look to the future, we will continue to evolve and diversify the scope of our services to exceed expectations of the individuals we serve.

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PSL's Communities are Committed to Environmental Sustainability

By: Stephen Juliano
July 20th, 2017

At Presbyterian Senior Living, we believe that caring for people also means we must care for the Earth. It is one of the reasons why sustainability is such an important initiative for us. We recently started a company-wide environmental stewardship program, and our communities have committed to make sure we meet our goals.

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