Presbyterian Senior Living Has 92 Years’ Experience Caring for Body and Soul
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by Successful Aging in Action! | 2.24.20
“[Masterpiece Living] has been a tremendous partner for us in improving how we are able to look at wellness from a different perspective and measure wellness for our residents." –Dan Davis, Senior VP and COO of Presbyterian Senior Living
In 1927, when Ellen Parker founded Presbyterian Homes in a farmhouse in Newville, Pa., she couldn’t have imagined that her organization providing housing for widowed women would grow so significantly over the following 90 years. Now known as Presbyterian Senior Living, the nonprofit organization serves more than 6,000 senior citizens across the continuum of care in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Ohio.
Dan Davis, the senior vice president and COO of Presbyterian Senior Living, explains that the growth was very organic. As the women who first came to Ellen Parker’s farmhouse grew older, a need for care arrived and a personal care home was built for the aging widows. Davis adds, “From there, Presbyterian Homes began to expand with more small homes. And, as those continued to do well, eventually we moved into providing skilled nursing services and the communities grew into full continuing care retirement communities.”
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