North Strabane Retirement Village

North Strabane Retirement Village

Washington County, PA

Quality of Care

License Status
Daily Staff Per Resident
Nurse On Site?
24 Hour Nurse On Site?
Secured Dementia Unit?
Memory Care Programs

Levels of Care

North Strabane Retirement Village offers 1 type of care: Assisted Living / Personal Care.

  • 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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Living at North Strabane Retirement Village

Types of Units

North Strabane Retirement Village offers 0 types of units: .

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


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Religious Services


Eligibility & Pets



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About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
Parent Organization

Affiliated Communities

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Reviews of North Strabane Retirement Village
Average rating from 3 reviews:

  • We placed my Mother here in Oct 2018 based on their claims of memory care and alzheimers care. They were completely incapable of caring for her. Three different times in a one month span they called the E.R. and sent her out because they were not staffed or trained to deal with a womenMore 
    Howard Strickland · a year ago
  • The staff are amazing but new management has destroyed level of care. My father was in this facility for 4 years. I'm glad he did not live long enough to see what has happened. Short staffed. Overworked. Residents that should be in skilled nursing, not personal care. The angels that workMore 
    hellmom45 · 2 years ago
  • Jodi Medard · 2 years ago