Aging/Long Term Care Facility Associations

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    Organizations whose members are facilities that have affiliated for the purpose of promoting mutual interests and improving the quality, accessibility and affordability of senior/disability-related housing and long-term care through a program of advocacy, education, information and leadership. Members may include nonprofit and/or for-profit skilled nursing facilities, continuing care retirement communities, senior housing facilities, adult residential care homes, intermediate care facilities for people with developmental disabilities, assisted living facilities and/or other facilities that house and/or care for older adults, people with disabilities and other populations that need a supported living environment. Aging/long-term care facility associations promote activities that improve the health and independence of facility residents; promote coordination and collaboration among members; seek to influence state and national long-term care policy through active lobbying at state and federal levels; promote public understanding of long-term care issues; provide opportunities for ongoing professional development of staff through conferences and journals; prepare members for changes in long-term care financing and help members become effective advocates for their institutions and profession.

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    Cross Keys VillageIndependent retirement living, personal care, long term nursing care, short term nursing care, adult day services, support groups for caregivers in general and for those dealing with alzheimer's/dementia, wellness programAdamsThe Brethren Home Community, Inc.The Brethren Home Community, Inc.
    Paxton Street HomePersonal care services include three meals a day, weekly linen service and 24 hour staffing. Medication monitoring, room care assistance and other help with daily living tasks are provided to our residents that need such services. Residents are free to come and go as they please, as we have a very relaxed enviroment. We are not a nursing home, and residents must be able to care for their own physical needs such as bathing. There is a waiting list for admissions.DauphinPaxton MinistriesPaxton Ministries

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