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Jul 16, 2024 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Dementia Education Series for Caregivers Part 3 of 3 - Washington

On Tuesday, July 16, 2024 from 4:00 PM (Registration & Light Dinner), 4:30 PM (Presentation), 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM (Questions & Answers) at The Hillsview Chapel on the Washington Campus.  Presenter:  Jean Royse, Dementia360 Care Coordinator, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.  It Takes a Village:  Community resources to support your family on the journey.  RSVP to Tara Gleason via email at tgleason@srcare.org or call 724-250-4981.

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Jul 10, 2024 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Christmas in July craft fair at Celebration Villa of South Hills

Join the festive fun at our Christmas in July craft fair at Celebration Villa of South Hills!July 10th from 10 am to 4 pm.Vendors include:Crafty SistersKims Custom CreationsPatti GolitkoThe Crafty ScrapperPaparazzi AccessoriesBaked With LoveCeil KitchenTammy GarvinWags, Wiggles & WhiskersOlive's Blanket Boutique 

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Jun 30, 2024 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Join Vincentian in Fundraising to Support Our Mission!

As a peer-to-peer fundraiser, this event is an opportunity for all of us to ask our friends, families, neighbors and extended personal networks to support Vincentianand be rewarded along the way! 100% of funds raised for Vincentian will go directly to support uncompensated benevolent care for older adults in our community.Last year alone, Vincentian provided $11 million in uncompensated benevolent care. Lets join together this centennial year, raise money honoring a century of compassionate care and protect this vital mission! The walk is Saturday, June 22, 2024, at Pittsburghs North Shore and the fundraising starts NOW!Support our mission by starting a team, joining a team, or registering as an individual and even better encourage others within your own networks to do the same. Being part of a team is a funway to multiply the power of your influence and generate excitement and support for Vincentian. Achievements throughout the fundraising window will be rewarded too!

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Celebration Villa of South Hills

Assisted Living 5300 Clairton Boulevard (Route 51), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15236

Welcome to Celebration Villa of South Hills, a place that feels just like home. Imagine a cozy apartment painted in neutral tones, soft carpet, and plenty of natural light pouring in through a large window. With a private bathroom and spacious closet, weve designed every detail with a stress-free lifestyle in mind. Whether you choose a studio or a one-bedroom unit, we have an option for everyone. Outside, residents and families enjoy our inviting and lush outdoor areas. This isnt just a place to live; its a caring community thats tailored to provide support to each individual.Our commitment is to provide a vibrant lifestyle and personalized care catering to your unique needs and well-being. The moment you arrive, you will find your needs are met with utmost attention and mindfulness.Types of Lifestyle:Enhanced Personal CareIndependent LivingShort-Term Respite StayHospice CoordinationNestled in a serene location just off Rt 51, Celebration Villa of South Hills invites you to embark on a journey of tranquility. With three beautiful outdoor areas, our residents have the opportunity to immerse themselves in gardening or relish the delightful company of family and friends. As you step inside, youll be greeted by a staff that doesnt just provide care they become family. Our vibrant environment provides the perfect backdrop for residents to socialize, discover new hobbies, or simply unwind with a captivating book.At Celebration Villa of South Hills, you can live your best life! Through personalized care and services, our dedicated team handles your household tasks and maintenance, which gives you the freedom to make the most of your time. Whether youre interested in fitness, music, social events, or discussing a great book with friends, our life enrichment programming awaits you.With our dedicated team, we provide tailored assistance that is readily available whenever you need it. This offers peace of mind for residents and families. Upon move-in and throughout your stay, we assess the activities of daily living (ADLs), such as dressing, bathing, and mobility, to create a personalized care plan.In our maintenance-free living environment, residents and their families can leave worries about home maintenance behind. No more replacing light bulbs or shoveling snow; we take care of the community inside and out, allowing residents to fully enjoy their retirement years.Culinary delights await as we serve up three delicious chef-prepared meals daily, along with snacks that nourish both body and soul. Dining in our welcoming dining rooms enhances mobility and socializing, but we also provide tray delivery during illness or as requested by doctors, always ensuring our residents well-being.At Celebration Villa of South Hills, we believe in providing a vibrant, caring, and worry-free community where residents can embrace their independence, stay engaged with life, and savor the moments that matter most. Join us, and experience a journey thats both enriching and fulfilling.Contact us to schedule a tour today!

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Celebration Villa of Allison Park

Assisted Living 2224 Walters Rd, Allison Park, Pennsylvania, 15101

Welcome to Celebration Villa of Allison Park, located in Allison Park, Pennsylvania, where resident independence and overall wellness are at the heart of our community.  We are located just 10 minutes from Hartwood Acres Park, a 629-acre oasis with stunning scenery, historic mansions, and plenty of activities to enjoy. Whether youre looking for a scenic walk, a challenging hike, or a cultural experience, Hartwood Acres Park has something for everyone. You can also take advantage of our convenient location just 20 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, where you can explore world-class museums, gardens, and shopping.From the moment you step through our doors, youll feel the difference. Our clean, crisp, and modern building features rooms painted in calming colors with private baths and wall-to-wall carpeting, designed to be both comfortable and stimulating. We offer a variety of amenities to keep your loved one engaged and active. On a sunny day, residents can enjoy a cup of coffee on the porch and watch the world go by. In the evening, they can gather for a BBQ and enjoy live music. Our courtyard is a great place to socialize, relax, and create memories. Celebration Villa is more than just a place to live; its a community where people come together to connect, support, and celebrate each other. Our staff is dedicated to providing a warm and welcoming environment where everyone feels at home.Our commitment is to provide a vibrant lifestyle and personalized care catering to your unique needs and well-being. The moment you arrive, you will find your needs are met with utmost attention and mindfulness.Types of Lifestyle:Enhanced Personal CareShort-Term Respite StayHospice CoordinationAt Celebration Villa, you will have an active part in influencing daily events and community cuisine. We wholeheartedly dedicate ourselves to ensuring fulfilling and enriching experiences.  Through personalized care and services, our dedicated team handles your household tasks and maintenance, which gives you the freedom to make the most of your time. Whether youre interested in fitness, music, social events, or discussing a great book with friends, our life enrichment programming awaits you. With our dedicated team, we provide tailored assistance that is readily available whenever you need it. This offers peace of mind for residents and families. Upon move-in and throughout your stay, we assess the activities of daily living (ADLs), such as dressing, bathing, and mobility, to create a personalized care plan.In our maintenance-free living environment, residents and their families can leave worries about home maintenance behind. No more replacing light bulbs or shoveling snow; we take care of the community inside and out, allowing residents to fully enjoy their retirement years.Culinary delights await as we serve up three delicious chef-prepared meals daily, along with snacks that nourish both body and soul. Dining in our welcoming dining rooms enhances mobility and socializing, but we also provide tray delivery during illness or as requested by doctors, always ensuring our residents well-being.At Celebration Villa of Allison Park, we believe in providing a vibrant, caring, and worry-free community where residents can embrace their independence, stay engaged with life, and savor the moments that matter most. Join us, and experience a journey thats both enriching and fulfilling.  Give us a call to schedule a tour today!

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The New Riverview Apartments

Independent Living 52 Garetta Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15217

A vibrant senior community where the goal is to live comfortably, remain self-reliant, and enjoy life to the fullest. Part of JAA's array of senior services, 191 renovated apartments provide affordable independent living options for tenants at all income levels. Service coordinators and on-site activities staff support active, healthy lifestyle choices, and encourage participation.

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Sechler Law Firm, LLC

Elder Law 20206 State Rte 19 Ste 300, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, 16066

At Sechler Law Firm, LLC, our mission is to help families make great plans. A great estate plan is more than just a set of documents. It is a comprehensive and well thought out written strategy on how to deal with lifes unfortunate twists and turns. Our process first provides you with the education necessary to make informed decisions with regard to your planning. Then we put the proper documents and legal framework in place to respond to lifes unfortunate changes.Our Estate Planning law office is headquartered in Cranberry, PA. From this office, we happily serve the residents of Cranberry, Mars, Wexford, Pittsburgh, Butler and the residents of surrounding communities. As one of the regions only Certified Elder Law Attorneys, Tim Sechler and his team often assist families from across Western Pennsylvania.We understand that the pursuit of health, wealth and happiness is the goal of most families. We want you to be able to pursue these goals, or whatever goals you may have, knowing that you have a back up plan if life throws you a curveball like a death, disability or nursing home need. With education as our foundation, we will work with you to make decisions to Shield What Matters Most to you.Practice AreasEstate PlanningCustomized planning doesnt have to be difficult for you. We strive to make the process easy. The first step is to identify your concerns so that we can make suggestions regarding your plan.Elder Law Crisis PlanningA significant percentage of our practice is dedicated to helping families navigate the long term care maze. We help with Asset Protection and eligibility for Medicaid and Veterans Benefits.Trust And Estate AdministrationIf you have lost a loved one, we can help you take the necessary steps to help handle their affairs.Tims estate planning practice is focused on guiding clients through the complicated maze of balancing transfer strategies, wealth preservation, and family values in the planning process.Tim is a Combat Veteran, having served in Afghanistan as a member of the West Virginia Air National Guard. Prior to leaving the military, Tim had attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. His experiences in the military have led him to thoroughly enjoy working with Veterans and their families.Tim received his law degree from Duquesne University School of Law, and his Master of Business Administration from the Duquesne University Donahue Graduate School of Business. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from West Virginia University, majoring in Finance. Tim is licensed to practice Law in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.Recently, Tim has been seen frequently as a guest on KDKAs Pittsburgh Today Live, and has been quoted in several local print publications. For the last several years, he has been honored to be chosen as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, an award given to less than 2.5% of Tims peers. Tim enjoys educating the public about Elder Law and Estate Planning. He has spoken to thousands of people regarding estate planning and has averaged more than 50 speaking events per year.Tim became a Certified Elder Law Attorney* in 2017. A CELA is more than just an attorney who specializes in the field of elder law. CELAs are committed, through certification, to maintaining and improving their proficiency with continual practice and continuing legal education. Becoming certified in elder law validates a lawyers specialty to handle issues that affect senior citizens.Tim and his wife, Robyn, are raising three beautiful children in their home in Mars, PA.*Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation.

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What Role Does Technology Play in Alzheimer's Care?

What Role Does Technology Play in Alzheimer's Care? Technology is increasingly becoming an important part of Alzheimers care, providing families and caregivers with an additional layer of support in managing the challenges that come with the disease. From sophisticated tracking systems that monitor patient movements and activities to artificial intelligence-based assistance, technology offers a range of solutions to help ease the burden of caring for an Alzheimers patient. In this blog post, well explore the various roles that technology can play in providing individuals with Alzheimers and their families with improved care and assistance. Technological Innovations in Alzheimer's Care Assistive devices for daily activities: Smart home technology: Smart home devices can be programmed to assist with daily tasks such as medication reminders, turning off appliances, and adjusting lighting. Reminder systems: These devices use visual and auditory cues to remind patients about important tasks, appointments, and medication schedules. Monitoring and safety devices: GPS tracking devices: These devices can help locate individuals with Alzheimer's who may wander and become disoriented, ensuring their safety and providing peace of mind for caregivers. Fall detection systems: Fall detection technology can automatically alert caregivers or emergency services in the event of a fall, enabling quick response and timely medical assistance. Cognitive stimulation and memory support: Digital memory aids: Mobile applications and devices can help individuals with Alzheimer's improve their memory and cognitive function through interactive exercises, reminders, and brain-training games. Virtual reality therapy: Virtual reality technology can create immersive experiences that stimulate the senses and provide therapeutic benefits for Alzheimer's patients, such as reducing anxiety and improving mood.Benefits of Technology in Alzheimer's Care Enhanced safety and security:  Technology offers various safety features, such as tracking devices and fall detection systems, that help prevent accidents and provide immediate assistance when needed. Improved quality of life for patients and caregivers: Assistive devices and cognitive stimulation tools can enhance the daily lives of Alzheimer's patients, promote independence, and alleviate the burden on caregivers. Increased independence and autonomy for patients: Technology allows individuals with Alzheimer's to perform daily tasks more independently, boosting their confidence and preserving their sense of self. Potential for early detection and intervention: Technological advancements, such as wearable devices and digital assessments, have the potential to detect early signs of Alzheimer's, enabling early intervention and better disease management. Challenges and Limitations of Technology in Alzheimer's Care Cost and accessibility issues: Some advanced technologies may be expensive or inaccessible to certain individuals, limiting their widespread adoption. Privacy and ethical concerns: The use of technology in Alzheimer's care raises concerns about data privacy and the ethical implications of monitoring and tracking individuals with cognitive impairments. Learning curve for patients and caregivers: Technology implementation may require a learning curve for both patients and caregivers, especially for older adults who may be less familiar with digital devices. Limitations of technology in addressing emotional and social needs: While technology can provide practical support, it may not fully address the emotional and social needs of individuals with Alzheimer's, which require human interaction and empathy. Future Trends and Possibilities Advances in wearable technology: Wearable devices, such as smartwatches and biosensors, hold promise in monitoring and predicting changes in cognitive function, allowing for personalized care and early intervention.Artificial intelligence and machine learning in Alzheimer's care: AI algorithms can analyze vast amounts of data to provide personalized treatment plans, predict disease progression, and assist in decision-making for caregivers and healthcare professionals. Integration of technology with traditional care approaches: The integration of technology with traditional care approaches, such as therapy and medication management, can optimize Alzheimer's care by providing comprehensive and tailored solutions.  Conclusion Technology plays a crucial role in Alzheimer's care, offering innovative solutions to enhance safety, improve quality of life, and promote independence for patients and caregivers. While there are challenges and limitations to consider, ongoing research and development hold the promise of further advancements in technology-enabled care. By embracing these advancements and continuing to explore new possibilities, we can hope for a future where technology greatly improves the lives of Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Alzheimer's care and the role of technology, feel free to contact us. We are here to support you on this journey.

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Get Active, Feel Great!

Rosemary Thomas proudly endorses physical fitness and the saying, If you dont move it, you will lose it. After two hip replacements and fluctuating weight, she knew she needed to step up her fitness routine to regain mobility. Joining SilverSneakers provided her with the consistency she desired and the confidence she needed to begin fine-tuning her body.In addition to attending SilverSneakers classes regularly, she loves cardio and dancing. Thomas encourages others to get active and says, Dont meet me at the gym; beat me getting to the gym. In 2016, Thomas was selected as one of 10 finalists for the SilverSneakers Richard L. Swanson Inspiration Award due to her inspiring story of improving her health and happiness and being a dedicated fitness champion. With SilverSneakers, older adults can get active and feel great, at their convenience and at no additional cost. More than 14.5 million people are eligible for the SilverSneakers benefit through more than 60 health plans that include the nations leading Medicare Advantage health plans, Medicare Supplement carriers and group retiree plans. As Thomas story shows, fitness is personal. Each individual should exercise where, when and how they want. Thats why SilverSneakers has built a national network of more than 13,000 participating locations and fitness centers use the pool at one location in the morning, jog on a treadmill at another in the afternoon and take a class at another gym in the evening. In addition, the program includes SilverSneakers FLEX, with more than 70 unique types of classes in convenient neighborhood locations, such as churches, recreation centers and older-adult living communities. Celebrating more than 25 years, SilverSneakers is the nations leading community fitness program designed specifically for older Americans. No other program has such a rich history and experience in older adult fitness. What began in 1992 as a first-of-its kind class for older adults, has now grown and evolved to accommodate all fitness levels, from Baby Boomers and beyond.Editors Note: For more information about SilverSneakers or to check eligibility, visit www.silversneakers.com or call 1-877-402-6753. In addition, our Spanish customer service team is available at 1-888-617-6392.

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What to Look For in a Pre-Paid Funeral Plan

Prepaying for your funeral is one way to ease the burden on your family following your death and make sure your wishes are carried out. But pre-paid funeral plans come with risks, so you need to exercise care when purchasing a plan. Funerals are expensive and can take a lot of effort to plan. To help relieve your family of some of this expense and effort, you can pay for your funeral in advance with a pre-paid funeral plan purchased through a funeral home. In addition to making things easier for your family during a difficult time, pre-paid funeral plans can also be a good way to spend down money in order to qualify for Medicaid.However, consumers lose money every year when funeral homes go out of business before the need for the funeral arises. If the funeral home mismanages your funds, there may be no way to recover them. In addition, customers aren't always entitled to refunds if they change their minds, and some funeral homes sell policies that require additional payments or that can't be transferred if the customer moves. If you decide to go ahead with a pre-paid funeral plan, the following are things to consider:Shop around. Prices among funeral homes can vary greatly, so it's a good idea to check with a few different ones before settling on the one you want. The Federal Trade Commission's Funeral Rule requires all funeral homes to supply customers with a general price list that details prices for all possible goods or services. The rule also stipulates what kinds of misrepresentations are prohibited and explains what items consumers cannot be required to purchase, among other things. Make sure you have a reputable funeral home. There have been cases of unscrupulous funeral providers taking advantage of customers, so make sure you choose a funeral home with a solid reputation. Read the contract carefully. Before signing, it's important to know what you're agreeing to. Can you cancel the plan and get a refund? Is the plan transferrable if you move to another area? Are you paying just for merchandise or for funeral services as well? If prices for funeral merchandise and services rise, will your estate be responsible for paying additional costs? Find out where your money goes. The pre-paid plan should provide information on what the funeral home will do with the money you pay them. Some states have protections in place to make sure the money is safeguarded, but other states offer no protections. Is the money put into a trust account? What happens to the interest income? Is there a plan if the funeral home goes out of business? What happens to any money left over?Make sure the plan won't affect Medicaid benefits. If you're buying the policy as part of Medicaid Planning, you must purchase an irrevocable plan, which means you can't cancel or change it once it's bought. Once you've purchased a plan, be sure to tell your family about the plan you've made and let them know where the documents are filed. If your family isn't aware that you've obtained a plan, then the plan is useless.

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Modest Raise for Nursing Home Workers Could Save Lives

Raising the minimum wage by as little as 10 percent would significantly improve the safety and health of nursing home residents, according to new research.Most direct care in nursing homes is provided by nursing assistants, who make up about 40 percent of the nursing home workforce and are among the lowest-paid workers in the U.S. economy. Nursing assistants help residents with activities of daily living like eating, bathing and dressing, and work with certified nurses and elder care teams to monitor patients conditions.Due in part of their low wages, nursing assistants frequently change jobs for better pay or working conditions.  Between 60 percent and 85 percent of nursing assistants leave their employers each year, most often to go work in other nursing homes, writes Krista Ruffini, a visiting scholar at the Minneapolis Federal Reserve. Nursing homes frequently report difficulty in recruiting and retaining staff, she says.Ruffini recently looked at the impact increasing the minimum wage has on nursing home staff turnover and quality.  She compared facilities in hundreds of U.S. counties that had increased their minimum wage with those that hadnt between 1990 to 2017.In findings based on her preliminary data published in a working paper, Ruffini found that increasing the minimum wage by 10 percent would reduce the number of health inspection violations by 1 percent to 2 percent, the number of residents with moderate to severe pressure ulcers [bed sores] by about 1.7 percent, and the number of deaths by 3 percent.  The 3 percent reduction in deaths, she notes, translates to 15,000 fewer deaths in nursing homes each year.Ruffini found that raising the minimum wage reduced turnover and increased tenure among nursing assistants.  This greater continuity of care, she says, translated into improved health and safety conditions for the patients.  At the same time, nursing home profits held steady because the extra costs were passed on in the form of higher fees.Ruffini notes that her findings have particular relevance in a time when the coronavirus pandemic is overwhelming nursing homes.  Comparing a facilitys number of COVID-19 deaths with its quality-of-care performance, she concluded: The data provide some suggestive evidence that higher service quality is associated with fewer deaths from COVID-19 in nursing homes.

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The Inside Connection (ep. 12) - Meet the (MediConnect) President

MediConnect is proud to welcome the visionary behind our company, Brian Breisinger, to the program! Get an inside look of MediConnect's humble beginnings all the way to becoming the top-rated advisory firm in the state of Pennsylvania, with a view of what's ahead

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Seniors Blue Book welcomes Lauren Yuran, MediConnect Insurance!

We welcome Lauren Yuran, Associate Manager with MediConnect Insurance! Lauren shares why she chose a career with MediConnect and what makes them unique. She shares how overwhelming the Medicare enrollment can be and the ways that MediConnect can help simplify the process, at no charge. She also shares why it is important every year to re-evaluate your Medicare Plan. To learn more call 888-818-6334.

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SBB University welcomes Kyle Harder with VITAS Healthcare

SBB University welcomes Kyle Harder with VITAS Healthcare. Kyle shares the many services that VITAS can provide that wraps around the individual (as well as their families), discusses common misconceptions when it comes to hospice, how to pay for hospice care, and how quickly can hospice services be introduced when someone is in need of the service.To contact Kyle Harder, Director of Market Development - call 724-584-2364

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What is Clear Thoughts Foundation (CTF)?

Cait Fenello, Executive Director with Clear Thoughts Foundation answers:- Who is CTF (Clear Thoughts Foundation)?- What Makes CTF Unique?- How Can You Learn More & Support CTF?

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Multiple Positions - Celebration Villa of Lakemont Farms

We are hiring!  Feel free to apply online, using Indeed or by phone at 412-221-0202.  Walk-ins are welcome!

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Career Opportunities with LIFE Pittsburgh

CareersBe part of a unique team that provides care so that seniors can live in their own homesLIFE Pittsburgh, a growing nonprofit organization with approximately 400 employees, is a community based alternative to nursing home care and assisted living. Through the LIFE Pittsburgh program, frail older adults can remain in their own home and receive a coordinated plan of care that enables them to maintain their independence and enjoy a safe and active life in the community.Our health teams of geriatric doctors, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation specialists and other health care professionals assess our Participants needs and desires, plan and approve services with them and their family or caregiver, monitor for changes and provide timely interventions. Primary care and community services are provided through our Day Health Centers and through our in home program according to an individual Participants needs.  LIFE Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity.  Apply for a rewarding career caring for seniors with LIFE Pittsburgh.Questions for our employment team?   Call 412-388-8042 or email employment@lifepittsburgh.org

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Caregivers - ComForCare Home Care NW Pittsburgh - FT/PT/Flexible Positions Available!

Our friends at ComForCare Home Care NW Pittsburgh is hiring Caregivers!Live your best life possible by helping others live theirs. Our caregivers are the heart and soul of what we do. At ComForCare, we like to celebrate successes and have fun while building meaningful relationships. Join our team and be a part of a certified Great Place To Work!Full Time, Part Time and Flexible Schedule Available!Click Here for Open Positions: www.comforcare.com/careers or contact them directly at 724-759-7674.

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Caregivers - Greater Pittsburgh Area

Are you a caring and compassionate individual looking to make a difference? Join our team at Senior Helpers and become a caregiver! Enjoy a personally rewarding work environment, build meaningful relationships with clients, receive specialized training, and have the flexibility to work on your own terms. Apply today and start making a positive impact  https://bit.ly/48yaTAt

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