Personal Care: For seniors who want to be able to spend their time on the important things in life, Schenley Gardens offers a personal care program. This lifestyle options allows seniors to live in maximum comfort and safety while still ensuring that they retain the level of independence that works best for them. Our caring staff alleviates the burden of chores, housework, and maintenance, allowing residents to fully enjoy everything Schenley Gardens and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania have to offer. Schenley Gardens’ personal care program provides our seniors with everything they need to live life vibrantly and independently, with plenty of amenities, activities, and personalized care.
Memory care: We here at Schenley Gardens know that facing Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia is one of the most difficult and emotionally taxing journeys that a senior and their family can face. That’s why we strive to make Schenley Gardens a place where our memory care residents can thrive together and find compassionate, dignified care. No matter what symptoms your loved one may be experiencing, our professional caregivers will be able to create a tailored care program specifically for your needs.
Respite Care: If you or your loved one needs some time and space to rest and recover, Schenley Gardens offers respite care. This option allows our guests to enjoy the support and comfort that living at Schenley Gardens provides, without any long-term commitments. At our senior living community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, you or your loved one are welcome to stay with us during a recovery from illness or injury, or while a primary caregiver needs to have a break for themselves.
For seniors who need a supportive place to heal, Schenley Gardens also provides award-winning rehabilitation services with the support of our established partnerships. Together with our experienced therapists, you or your loved one can find programs tailored to your specific needs. Schenley Gardens offers occupational, physical, speech, and other therapies to seniors needing some assistance as they heal, all provided in our state-of-the-art rehabilitation facility.
Our senior care professionals at Schenley Gardens are happy to work with you in determining which type of care is most beneficial for you or your loved one. Through our full suite of senior care services, our team will ensure that each individual’s unique needs, preferences, and desired levels of independence are all met with compassion and dignity. To learn how we can help you, contact one of our senior advisors today!
Of course, your loved one’s health and safety is our number one priority at Schenley Gardens. Our community is conveniently located near some of the finest hospitals in Pittsburgh, giving us access to an exceptional on-call medical staff. We also employ experienced nurses and caregivers who are available for assistance and emergency response, 24/7. Furthermore, our senior apartments are all designed with maximum comfort and safety in mind. Every single member of the Schenley Gardens community is dedicated to ensuring the safety and security of each resident.
Here at Schenley Gardens, we love making our community a fun and engaging place for seniors to enjoy life in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We are nestled in the perfect location, allowing our residents convenient access to Pittsburgh’s cultural center. We make regular trips to museums, universities, restaurants, and shopping centers, allowing our residents to pair our relaxed lifestyle with all the excitement of urban living.
We understand that answering this question can be quite personal. Schenley Gardens is prepared to provide you with all the resources you need to help you determine what is best for your family. While there is no one reason to choose personal care for your loved one, several important questions to consider are:
- Are they isolated or lonely?
- Do they need help preparing meals, or being reminded to eat?
- Are they staying adequately hydrated, or do they need to be reminded to drink enough water?
- Do they have mobility issues that put them at greater risk of a fall?
- Do they need help bathing or dressing?
- Have they been recently hospitalized or are you noticing any unexplained bruises or injuries, indicating recent falls?
- Do they remember to take their prescribed medication?
These are just a few of the questions that should be considered when making this important decision. Our senior care staff would be more than happy to meet with you to further discuss what options might be best for your family.