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There are 50 assisted living facilities in Pittsburgh, PA and 30 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Pittsburgh, PA is $2,365 per month.
Live a carefree retirement at Brookdale Mt. Lebanon, in Pittsburgh. Our beautiful community provides big-city access blended with active and assisted senior living.
At Schenley Gardens, we provide seniors with the amenities and services they need to leave their worries behind and start enjoying retirement living to its fullest.
Juniper Village at Forest Hills offers delightfully home-like assisted living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With meals, activities and loving caregivers, we are there to enable independence while providing the services needed.
Located in Pittsburgh near a hospital and large county park, Sunrise of McCandless is an inviting senior community offering the best in assisted living and Alzheimer's care.
Here at Gracious Living Personal Care Home residents gets a gracious living personal touch. We are nestled in a quiet neighborhood and the environment is very relaxing and safe.
We offer a safe and secure home environment, where we promise to respect your independence and dignity. Here, you will not be another number but a member of our family. Angels 211 is a personal care residence dedicated to helping…
At The Haven at North Hills, our Person-Centered Care model works in concert with our wellness program to address all aspects of health and wellness through physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual nurturing; this allows your loved one to live…
A retirement community where luxury meets affordability. With so many modern amenities included in your monthly rent, life just got better. And with our Founders’ Circle discount, you’ll be amazed at how much you can save. The Residence At Whitehall…
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Live in Comfort A worry-free and maintenance-free lifestyle while offering a supportive environment when needed. At Southwestern Assisted Care Residence, a Licensed Personal Care Home, our dedicated and caring staff is ready to provide a helping hand when needed. We…
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Terrace Residence offers elegant apartment living with the care services a senior needs in order to retain their best level of independence.
Opening Fall 2018 Senior Lifestyle celebrates 30 years of inspired service and hospitality through the unveiling of a new family of communities – The Sheridan Collection. Our new, modern approach to senior living and care, The Sheridan at Bethel Park,…
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Harbour Senior Living of South Hills offers personal and memory care services to fit your needs and lifestyle in a quiet Pittsburgh neighborhood.
The Residence at Weinberg Village is beautifully situated on the hillside overlooking the Monongahela River and provides personal care services and other amenities.
At Norbert Personal Care, we believe that trust is truly the foundation of a strong family. We understand that one of life’s most difficult decisions is choosing the right care for your loved one. Choosing a personal care facility is…
Our Healthcare Residences offer award-winning rehabilitative therapy and exceptional nursing care, plus the same warm, comforting environment as our independent living residences. This is a soothing place to relax and focus on personal wellness. You and your family will benefit…
With its indoor heated swimming pool, fitness center and expansive, green campus, Sherwood Oaks is planning for the next generation of retirees. The retirement community opened in 1982 after careful planning by a grassroots effort of retirees who wanted to…
Concordia of the South Hills, located on 19 acres on Bower Hill Road in Mt. Lebanon, offers a beautiful environment situated just a few minutes from shopping, cultural events, and downtown Pittsburgh. This continuing care retirement community consists of retirement…
Our goal is to help you achieve your maximum level of physical, social, mental, and spiritual well-being. Through Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy, we provide a wide variety of activities to stimulate your interests and ability to heal. We work…
The median cost of assisted living in Pittsburgh for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,365/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Atria South Hills||$3,045/month|
|Harbour Senior Living of South Hills||$5,000/month|
|Holy Family Manor||$4,061/month|
|Juniper Village at Forest Hills||$4,050/month|
|Norbert Personal Care||$2,100/month|
|Residence at Weinberg Village PCH||$3,590/month|
|Southwestern Assisted Care Residence||$2,797/month|
|St. Mary's Courtyard - Angels 211||$2,100/month|
|The Haven at North Hills||$4,375/month|
|The Pines of Mount Lebanon||$3,627/month|
|The Residence at Whitehall||$4,250/month|
|The Residence at Whitehall||$4,250/month|
|The Sheridan at Bethel Park||$3,450/month|
|Weinberg Terrace PCH||$4,895/month|
|Allegheny Place||Penn Hills||$3,496/month|
|Amity Serenity Pines Personal Care Home||Bridgeville||$2,900/month|
|Applewood Personal Care Home||Brackenridge||$1,800/month|
|Arrowood at Southwestern||West Mifflin||$4,100/month|
|Bayberry Place||Lower Burrell||$3,800/month|
|Elmcroft of Allison Park||Allison Park||$2,960/month|
|Elmcroft of Saxonburg||Saxonburg||$2,285/month|
|Franciscan Manor||Beaver Falls||$3,935/month|
|Hamilton Hills Personal Care||Turtle Creek||$1,950/month|
|Harbour Senior Living of Monroeville||Monroeville||$2,800/month|
|Independence Court of Monroeville||Monroeville||$3,980/month|
|Locust Grove||West Mifflin||$4,100/month|
|Logan Place||Lower Burrell||$3,330/month|
|Newhaven Court at Clearview||Butler||$2,852/month|
|Newhaven Court at Lindwood||Greensburg||$2,728/month|
|Personal Care at Evergreen, Inc||Washington||$2,400/month|
|Senior Care Plaza||McKeesport||$2,265/month|
|Shelbourne Personal Care Home||Butler||$4,038/month|
|The Palms At O'Neil||McKeesport||$2,500/month|
|The Residence at Willow Lane||Mckees Rocks||$3,437/month|
|United Hands Care Home||Clairton||$1,100/month|
|Walden's View Senior Living||North Huntingdon||$2,400/month|
Gracious Living is a place where the caretakers really care about the residents! It is small and feels more like your home than an institution. Because they are so familiar with each resident, they are aware when there is a change in the resident's behavior or physical condition. My father-in-law has been there for alm...Read more Gracious Living reviews
We liked Juniper Village at Forest Hills the best, but there was nothing available. I liked where they were located. They're off the main street and they're in a woody area. It was decorated very nicely inside and it looked very elegant. The rooms were fine. The staff seemed well educated. I liked the memory center. It...Read more Juniper Village at Forest Hills reviews
Housekeeping not providing enough towels. Have to look for dining room seating due to porch area of dining room closed off (my assigned seating is there.) Social activities are minimal-outings have decreased since I became a resident. Have had two thefts recently. Telephones have been out for more than two weeks (alth...Read more Schenley Gardens reviews
They have so many activities on the schedule every day for my mom! There is even a choir group that she sings in. She loves the shopping outings and I love that they take her to her doctors appointments. The meals are great, and my family loves the private dining room for family dinners. I think they take good care of ...Read more Schenley Gardens reviews
Beware before signing anything here. Get everything in writing, and if possible notarize everything anyone at Schenley Gardens gives you. My mother was here for a few months. The care was sub standard at best, the food appalling and the management changed so often there was no one with whom to communicate. The floor sh...Read more Schenley Gardens reviews
My experiences with this place have been absolutely awful. The staff did not treat my family member with respect as she had to wait hours to use the restroom, we had to make multiple requests just to have her washed once a week, she couldn't reach her call button on multiple occasions to get help, and the list goes on...Read more Asbury Heights reviews
Dubbed “The City of Bridges,” Pittsburgh’s downtown center is nestled between the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, and is one of several Midwestern cities that form the Great Lakes Megalopolis. An urban and cultural hotspot, Pittsburgh is continually noted for its high livability do to its low cost of living, low crime rate and abundant cultural opportunities.
The second-largest city in Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh is also the 22nd-largest urban area in the United States. Seniors who choose assisted living in Pittsburgh will enjoy a rich cultural experience offering endless entertainment combined with small-town charm and hospitality.
Pittsburgh is the home to the famous Steelers NFL team that has earned more Super Bowl Titles than any other team in the league. Also known as the birthplace of pop culture, Pittsburgh is host to The Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art and the Frick Art & Historical Center.
Residents of assisted living in Pittsburghhave a wide array of entertainment at their fingertips via Pittsburgh’s downtown Cultural District, which boasts The Symphony Orchestra, Cultural Trust and Ballet Theatre.
Pittsburgh is bustling when it comes to activities for seniors. The city runs the Healthy Active Living program, which is committed to helping adults age 60 and older maintain their physical fitness. To accomplish this, the city operates 15 community centers offering residents of assisted living in Pittsburgh the chance to enjoy shuffleboard, horseshoe pitching and more.
For intellectual stimulation, senior community centers in Pittsburgh have teamed up with the Community College of Allegheny County to offer classes ranging from the arts, healthy cooking, tai chi, computers and English as a second language.
Several thriving medical facilities offer peace of mind to seniors who want a safe haven to settle down and enjoy assisted living in Pittsburgh. Two of the most notable facilities in the area are the University of Pittsburg Medical Center and West Penn Allegheny Health System.
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is the most prominent hospital in the area, employing more than 2,700 doctors across 20 hospitals and 400 outpatient sites. UPMC operates centers of excellence in cancer, neurosurgery, rehabilitation and geriatrics.
West Penn Allegheny Health System (WPAHS) is the second-largest provider of healthcare in the region. Founded in 1848, WPAHS serves as the teaching campus for the Drexel University and Temple University medical schools, and specializes in cardiovascular care, geriatric medicine, orthopaedic surgery and transplant surgery.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Pittsburghwill have no trouble getting around with the city’s integrated public transportation system run by the Port Authority of Allegheny County (Pat Transit). With over 700 buses and 83 light rail vehicles serving 200,000 riders a day, Pittsburgh’s bus system is the 11th-largest transit agency in the nation.
Pittsburgh is a unique city, offering big-city wonders with small-town charm. To see a list of local assisted living communities, visit our Pittsburgh Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Chrysti Harrison.
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