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.
Grace Manor is an amazing place and it trickles down from the top with Steve. When we needed more skilled rehab for my mother, we own a hair salon and I asked clients for advice and 6 or 7 relayed their positive experiences at Grace Manor to me.
I was so impressed with their staff and how consistent the compassion and skill was among all of them. One time my husband went to pick up my 88-year-old mother for a dentist appointment and he called me to say that ‘You’ll never believe this. She’s doing morning exercises with everyone and laughing and having a great time. I don’t think she’s going to want to leave!’
I watched them treat every resident with the same respect and dignity. We’re Italian, and it was wonderful to bring in food for her and be able to sit in a private room and enjoy that time together. As she progressed to Hospice, we had the choice to move her and we did not. Grace Manor helped us all the way through, and even worried about me and the rest of her family. I can’t say enough good things about Steve and Grace Manor.
In August 1932, the average annual income was $ 1,652. A new house cost $ 6,515, and a new car cost $ 610. A gallon of milk cost 43 cents, but you could get a gallon of gasoline for only 10 cents...
Address: 9565 Babcock Boulevard , Allison Park PA , 15101
Toll Free: 412-367-GRACE (4722)