Evidence shows that 60 percent of Pennsylvanians will need some type of senior services in the future.
On October 18, 2013, Longwood at Oakmont, a Presbyterian Senior Care Retirement Community in Plum, will be hosting a Senior Care Service Summit to assist seniors in understanding how they can go about receiving senior services and methods of choice on paying for them
The summit will feature Ron Barth, CEO of LeadingAge PA, an association for not-for-profit providers of senior services, who will address how seniors can live longer, healthier lives while navigating through a coordinated system of exceptional senior services available to their needs.
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