Reformed Presbyterian Home

Reformed Presbyterian Home

Allegheny County, PA

Retirement living, or Independent Living as it's sometimes called, offers a wonderful, caring community where you live in comfort and convenience. Our modern facility includes a community room, beauty and barber services, rooftop deck for gardening and relaxation, laundry room, cafe, and access to transportation and shopping. As a resident of IndependentMore 

Quality of Care

Levels of Care

Reformed Presbyterian Home offers 4 types of care: Assisted Living / Personal Care, and Independent Living, and Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care, and Rehab.

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab
What are levels of care?

Levels of care refer to how much assistance a person needs with health management, as well as activities of daily living. Activities of daily living are tasks like dressing, taking a bath or shower, using the restroom, and eating.

Additional considerations include whether the individual can take prescription medications or manage chronic conditions independently, or whether some assistance from a caregiver is needed.

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Within this Community

To ensure that the care needs of you or your loved one are met if they change over time, Reformed Presbyterian Home offers 3 communities: Personal Care at Reformed Presbyterian Home, and Skilled Nursing at Reformed Presbyterian Home, and Seton Manor.

License Status
Full
Daily Staff Per Resident
1.04
Nurse On Site?
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24 Hour Nurse On Site?
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Secured Dementia Unit?
No
Memory Care Programs
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Reformed Presbyterian Home Contracts and Cost

Plan Types

  1. Type DRental Agreements

Rental contracts do not require an entry fee. Rental residents often have priority access to the health care facility but are not necessarily guaranteed access, as is the case with entry fee contracts. Rates do not include expenses for assisted living or skilled nursing. These services are paid for as needed at the market rate, and are often difficult to predict.

Monthly Fee
Semi-Private Room
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Private Room
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedroom
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Prices shown reflect minimum costs and may be out of date. Please contact the community directly for complete pricing details.

Benevolent Care

Benevolent Care
This community offers benevolent care.

Benevolent Care is the discounting of fees for current residents who have exhausted their assets. It is generally only available to residents who appeared likely to be able to cover the full cost of their care at the time of application. Communities which offer Benevolent Care typically guarantee that residents can stay in the community if they outlive their assets, dependent on endowment funds.

Living at Reformed Presbyterian Home

Types of Units

Reformed Presbyterian Home offers 3 types of units: Studio, and One Bedroom Apt, and Two Bedroom Apt.

  • Private Room
  • Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
  • Townhouse

Dining

Reformed Presbyterian Home offers 2 dining options: Cafe, and Casual Dining.

  • Cafe
  • Restaurant Style
  • Buffet Style
  • Private Dining
  • Formal Dining
  • Casual Dining
  • Pub
  • Sunday Brunch

Religious Services

  • Non-denominational Chapel
  • Christian Services

Eligibility & Pets

  • Minimum age: 62

Amenities

    Convenience Store/Gift Shop
    Housekeeping
    Laundry
    Lecture Series
    Salon/Beauty Shop
    Transportation Services

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
Nonprofit
Parent Organization
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Year Opened
2002

Reviews of Reformed Presbyterian Home
Average rating from 5 reviews:

  • Old biulding. Needs better staffing. There is a lot to improvements needed here but they are working on it.
    Robbie Fluitt · 7 months ago
  • Most of staff is rude and treat the patients like they are babies. My father was in there for close to a month after having a stroke paralyzed on his left side he needed to use the bedpan he didnt go when he thought he had to so when he asked the nurse to putMore 
    Kimberly Adeyemo · a year ago
  • They could use a lot more volunteers,just to help with basic things.My sisternneeds help finding new friends and finding activities.She needs help with her remote control . She never had direct TV and cannot figure out the grid.It is Godsent there are residences like this .Also, she can't find her clothes,I'm sure the are beingMore 
    Julia Kordesich · 5 years ago
  • They was helpful in the rehab of my grandmother.
    Tericka Lane · 3 years ago
  • J D · 2 months ago