It’s important for you and your loved one to have a voice in each step of life’s journey. Each person has a unique story and at Grace Manor we welcome the opportunity to meet you and help you with this transition in your loved one’s life. Whether daily tasks have become more difficult, or living alone has become isolating and possibly unsafe; our personal approach will provide the quality care and services needed for each individual’s specific lifestyle.
As a family-owned business in the heart of the North Hills of Pittsburgh, we understand that staying close to home and a familiar environment is very important. Our goal is to offer a caring community where a senior can stay connected to friends and family, while enjoying stress-free independent living. The warm and welcoming atmosphere, provided in our beautiful and comfortable community, honors individuality and celebrates each person’s physical wellness, along with their cultural, spiritual, intellectual, social, and emotional well-being.
I want [to] let everyone know how appreciative our family is for all you have done for my parents, Joseph and Helen Kribel, during their years at Grace Manor. Mom was there for two years and Dad was there for four and a half years.
While they were both reluctant to move to an assisted living facility, my Dad was the extremely stubborn one who hated every aspect of it. But over time and because of the kindness, patience, and gentle care they both received from everyone there, Grace Manor became their home. When my Dad would have to spend time in the hospital, he would constantly ask when he could go back "home" (to Grace Manor).
You made every effort to keep them as residents when some facilities would have insisted the move on to a full care nursing home. You brought in the wonderful people from Celtic Hospice and Health care to help care for them when they got very sick. Best of all, you made it possible for them to be together. That was so important to them!
Our family is extremely grateful for all you have done[.] Thank you to Steve and Laura Possino and everyone that contributed during their stay at Grace Manor (from staff, nursing care, medical care, hospice, room service, hair care, meals, activities or to just checking in or saying hello in the middle of the day).
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