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RESOURCES FOR AGING WELL

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(Serving Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York Counties)

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Helping patients with medically complex conditions who need more time than usual to begin a recovery. We Specialize in: Pulmonary conditions Neurological disorders Cardiac conditions Renal disorders

Infectious disease Post-trauma care Surgical complications Medically complex conditions

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Comprehensive care plans tailored to your needs including medication reminders, dementia care, chronic disease management, personal care services, hourly and live-in services. - 24/7 office support - Caregivers use a telephone check-in system to monitor reliable attendance - ComForCare strives for continuity of care Caregivers are meticulously screened, trained and monitored by our staff nurses.

Call for an immediate FREE in-home visit with safety check.

ComForCare Home Care 150 Farmington Lane Lancaster, PA

Each office is independently owned and operated. ComForCare Senor Services is an equal opportunity employer.

We Serve all of Lancaster County Ph 717-824-3643 • Fax 717-824-3781

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ADVOCACY FOR SENIORS/PATIENTS

Country Vw Manor Adult Day Care 12 Friendly Dr, Quarryville 17566 717-284-3350

See Also AREA AGENCIES ON AGING ACCESS – York Medical Advocacy Program 717-262-8444

Lancaster Generations 2423 New Holland Pike, Lancaster 17601 717-656-8783

Consumer Protection (Attorney General Office) 800-441-2555

Landis Homes Adult Day Services 1001 E Oregon Rd, Lititz 17543 717-581-3939

Disability Empowerment Center 941 Wheatland Ave Ste 201 Lancaster 17603 717-394-1890

Moravian Center Adult Day

Jewish Family Services of Greater Harrisburg 3333 N Front St, Harrisburg 717-233-1681

LEBANON COUNTY

Lancaster Cty Behavioral Health & Disabilities Services 717-299-8021

Albright LIFE 113 S 9th St, Lebanon 17042 717-376-1133

PA Human Resource Commission 333 Market Street 84, Harrisburg 17126 717-787-4410

Eldercare East 15 Metro Dr, Lebanon 17042 717-274-3821

Quality Insights of Pennsylvania 877-346-6180

Eldercare West 1200 Grubb Rd, Palmyra 17078 717-832-3854

Wise Options 2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-5011

YORK COUNTY Golden Visions Adult Day Svcs 250 Fame Av, Ste 125, Hanover 17331 717-633-5072

AGING IN PLACE MODIFICATIONS

Amramp (ad on page 41) www.amramp.com 717-745-7267

SeniorLIFE York 1500 Memory Ln Ext, York 717-757-5433

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717-718-9393

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717-261-2546

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717-632-2600

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717-283-7292

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

This section is alphabetical. You will find more than a 1,000 services and organizations that work with seniors and their families. This includes professional services, such as Adult Day, Care Management, Fall Prevention, Social Security, Senior Centers, etc...

Dauphin County Assistance Office 717-787-2324

Masonic Village Adult Daily Living Center One Masonic Dr, Elizabethtown 17022 717-361-5353 (ad on page 13) 227 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-490-6225

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SENIORS BLUE BOOK OF SOUTH CENTRAL PA –WINTER - SUMMER 2018 ✔ Alzheimer’s/ Dementia Care ✔ Meal Preparation ✔ Laundry/Linen Change

✔ Light Housekeeping ✔ Personal Care ✔ Transportation to Appointments

✔ Medication Supervision ✔ Household Management ✔ Respite Care ✔ Companionship

FREE Initial Nurse Assessment

On call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

NOW HIRING! LANCASTER

569-0451

PCAs, CNAs, LPNs & RNs

Full time, part time, & weekend only. LEBANON

450-4309

HARRISBURG

695-4472

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HEALTH AT HOME - NON-MEDICAL CARE, HOME HEALTH CARE AND HOSPICE CARE

This section offers three different comparison grids; the first features Non-Medical Care, the second contains Home Health Agencies, and the third grid showcases Hospice Services for end of life care. First familiarize yourself with the different services that are offered by each agency. You will find definitions about each service at the beginning of each section. Many options exist; we hope this will help you find a provider to meet your specific needs.

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ADAMS COUNTY 67 Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home 717-624-5350 $744 501 • • • • P • • Community, 2990 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford 17350 181 Paramount Senior Living at Chambersburg Rd 717-352-2721 $2,700 50 • • • • P • •

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325 Wesley Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055

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Cumberland Crossings Retirement Community 1 Longsdorf Way, Carlisle 17015

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Call 717-296-1303 learn Quarryville Presbyterian Retirementto Community 625 Robert Fulton Hwy, Quarryville 17566

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PERSONAL CARE HOMES AND ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITIES

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Keller House Senior Living, 03 W Keller St, Mechanicsburg 17055

LOWEST STARTING PRICE

Green Ridge Village, 210 Big Spring Rd, Newville 17241

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St Anne’s Retirement Community 3952 Columbia Ave, West Hempfield Twp 17512

Ask about ourLiving INDEPENDENT LIVING Signature Senior - Lititz, 80 W Millport Rd, Lititz 17543 ENHANCED program. 717-283-4255

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717-832-2900

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Elmcroft of Lebanon, 860 Norman Dr, Lebanon 17042

717-228-0909

Gardens at Campbelltown, The, 2880 Horseshoe Pike, Palmyra 17078

717-838-2231

Hill Farm Estate, 200 Kauffman Rd, Annville 17003

Juniper Village at Lebanon, 1125 Birch Rd, Lebanon 17042

Lebanon Valley Home, The 550 E Main St, Annville 17003

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Palmstown Manor

616 W Main St, Palmyra 17078

717-838-5406

Richland Christian Home, 211 S Race St, Richland 17078

Schoolyard Square, 11 High St, Pine Grove 17963

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945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042

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SENIOR HOUSING

First you should familiarize yourself with the many options available and determine which one is best for your needs. You will find definitions of each type of housing at the beginning of the housing section. Then turn to our easy to read comparison grids. The grids are divided into 4 categories, depending on the type of community: Independent Living, Personal Care / Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing. The residences are listed by county so you can zero in on the specific areas you are looking for.

HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE

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How to Use This Guide Publisher’s Letter and Contact Information Advertiser Index

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

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Accounting & Tax Services

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Adult Day Services

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Advocacy for Seniors/Patients

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover

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Aging in Place Assistance

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Aging in Place Modifications

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ALS & MS Care

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Aquatic Classes & Therapy

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Area Agencies on Aging

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Arthritis & Joint Care

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Assessments

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Bariatric Supplies

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Bath Safety

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Brain Health

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Cardiac Care

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Care Management

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Care Management - Non Profit

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Caregiver Support Services

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Chronic Illness Management

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Cognitive Therapies

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Consumer Affairs

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Continuing Education

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Dementia Care

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Dental Resources

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Dining & Entertainment

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Divorce Mediator

26

Downsizing and Relocation

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Drivers License Offices & Information

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Elder Abuse Prevention

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Elder Affairs

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Elder Law

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Emergency Departments for Seniors

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Emergency Response Systems

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Investments

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Knee Pain Care

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Legal Services - (No Fee)

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Employment Opportunities & Resources Energy Resources & Weatherization Estate Planning

Libraries

30

Executor Services

52

Long Term Care Planning

30

Faith-Based Senior Groups

52

Mediation Services

30

Fall Prevention Specialists

52

Medicaid Planning

31

Family Law

52

Medicare & Medicaid Info

Fiduciary Services

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Medicare Health Provider

31

Financial Assistance

56

Medicare/Medicaid/Insurance

Financial Services

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Memory Preservation

34

Fitness & Wellness Programs

56

Mental Health Services

34

Food Resources

57

Orthopaedic Hospitals

40

Glasses

57

Orthopaedics

41

Government Services

60

Pain Management

Guardianship

60

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Palliative Care

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Health & Help Lines

60

Personal Care Assistance

Health & Wellness Health Insurance Information & Counseling Health Screenings

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Personalized Senior Services

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Power of Attorney

65

Prescription Assistance

65

Real Estate Law

30

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Hearing – Audiologists/Hearing Aids

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Hearing Services and Resources

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HMO’s & Health Insurance

69

Renal Care

69

Respiratory Care

44

Home Cleaning Services Home Improvements & Modifications Home Medical Equipment & Supplies

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Rehabilitation Facilities Rehabilitation Hospitals Inpatient Rehabilitation Services

70

Respite Care

44

Home Safety Evaluations

72

Retirement Planning Senior Activities & Entertainment

73

Senior Centers

76

Senior Health Clinics

77

Senior Organizations & Services

82

Sleep Apnea

48

Hospitals Hospitals - Long-Term Acute Care (LTACH) UPMC Pinnacle Hanover Housing Placement & Resource Specialists Income Tax Filing

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Sleep Centers

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Incontinence Care

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Social Security

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES 84

Social Services

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Special Needs Trusts

84

Spine & Joint Care

84

Stair Lifts

84

Suicide Prevention

85

Support Groups & Services

90

Transportation

90

Urgent Care Centers

91

Veteran Services

91

Vision Resources

91

Volunteer Opportunities

93

Wound Care

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NON-MEDICAL CARE, HOME

Non-Medical Home Care Definitions

104-114 Non-Medical Home Care Comparison Grid 103-119 Non-Medical Home Care Agencies 120

Home Health Definitions

122-125 Home Health Agency Comparison Grid 121-125 Home Health Agencies 126

Hospice Definitions

Joy on the Journey: Is Joy a Choice?

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Do What You Love on the Longest Day Avoid 5 Common Mistakes of Estate Planning Robotic Surgery Available Soon at UPMC Pinnacle Hanover Facing Conflict is a Healthy Choice? What Are the Options with Meniscus Tears Medicare 2018 “In a Nutshell”

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Have the Conversation Today

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Struggling with Sleep Apnea?

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How Can Select Specialty Hospital Help?

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PA Link Working for You

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Puzzles Check-Up Time for Consumer Choice & Home-Based Care Upcoming Events

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SENIOR HOUSING Housing Definitions

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My Mission as a Caregiver Keeping Your Independence in your Senior Years Caring for a Person with Dementia?

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Choices & Adventures Go Hand-in-Hand

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Stay Warm All Winter with LIHEAP Prevent Falls by Building Strength, Mobility and Balance Not a Conveyor Belt… Can Advanced Care Planning Help Everyone? What is Supports Coordination. How Can it Help our Family?

136-143 Independent Living Comparison Grid

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Subsidized Housing Resources Personal Care Home & Assisted Living Residences Comparison Grid Personal Care Home & Assisted Living Residences Memory Care Personal Care Homes & Assisted Living Residences Comparison Grid Memory Care Personal Care Homes & Assisted Living Residences

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Welcome to the 7th Edition of Seniors Blue Book for South Central PA. Inside this guide you will find information about all types of senior related resources, health at home providers and senior living options in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York Counties! We hope we can help you find the answers you need! The information is presented in a convenient and easy-to-use format. Look at the cut edge of the guide – do you see the color variations? Those colors will help you identify the sections – Resources are Blue; Health at Home is Purple and Housing is Green. In addition to that data, there are many articles on a variety of topics. Make sure that you read the article on “My Mission as a Caregiver” and don’t miss other good articles such as “Prevent Falls by Building Strength”, “Caring for a Person with Dementia” and “What is Supports Coordination” and many more! Did you know we’ve been involved in working with seniors, their family members and the professionals that serve them for many years? In fact, we have specialized training on Elder Mediation

(see the article “Facing Conflict is a Healthy Choice”) and Advanced Care Planning. For more about Advanced Care Planning see the articles on “Have the Conversation Today” and “Can Advanced Care Planning Help Everyone” or call us! We offer a free referral line through our office at 717-344-5580. We are not paid to refer you to any particular solution – we try to lead you in the right direction for the issues you or your loved-one is going through. This much needed resource will not only educate and inform our seniors & caregivers but also provide needed introductions for our professionals who provide invaluable services. Our mission at Seniors Blue Book is to offer the most comprehensive and authoritative information available which can help aide our senior population age well with grace and dignity. Remember, the more information that is available to each of us, will help us all live better longer! We hope that the articles, information and resources in this guide will make your days brighter, less stressful and more encouraged. Your suggestions and comments are always welcomed!

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Additional copies of this Directory are available FREE at most of the gathering places for seniors. Give us a call at 717.344.5580 and we will direct you to the location nearest you or go to www.SeniorsBlueBook.com and click on the “Find a Book” link to locate your closest distribution points. The contents of this book may not be reproduced either in whole or in part without consent of the publisher. Every effort has been made to include accurate data, however, the publisher cannot be held liable for material content or errors. Copyright 2018. Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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JOY ON THE JOURNEY: IS JOY A CHOICE?

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ometimes the smooth pavement beneath us turns to gravel and we find ourselves questioning the journey. At times it becomes a narrow path, not of our choosing, and we wonder how or why we have been asked to pick our way through the “handicaps” we have been dealt. We stumble over the jagged rocks of disappointment and hurt. During those times, can we really find joy; real joy? Joy when the walls around us are crumbling? Joy when the doctor’s report is not good? Joy when we read about one more tragedy in the news? Joy when it seems we are being thrown off course? Falling headlong into one more pothole leads us to believe that all purpose has gone from life. The days are long, the nights are dark. When my world crashed around me and my precious Pastor/Husband was gone in 6 seconds, I couldn’t cry and I couldn’t breathe. I could only play the words over and over in my mind; “widow-maker’s heart attack.” The road ahead was black and foreboding. I was no longer linked to him by ministry. My identity seemed to be stolen.

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I stumbled on these words in the Book of James, (and I do mean stumbled); “Consider it a great joy, my brothers, whenever you experience various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance.” At first, I could not wrap myself around that truth. I truly felt God was trying to trip me up. I wanted to sink into one of those potholes and never emerge. I tried to convince myself it was only for “brothers,” not me, a pastor and a pastor’s wife! Still, I found myself returning to those words in James; questioning, meditating, seeking to absorb the truth. For days and weeks, I really didn’t seem to feel the presence of Jesus and to me, that was the most discouraging. I resorted to my most favorite prayer; “Jesus, give me a song in the night. Let me hear you singing!” (Zephaniah 3:17)...”He will joy over you with singing.” I also cried out to remind Him that He promised to be a husband to the husbandless. During one of those days, I recalled a lesson I learned from a kaleidoscope. When it is aimed toward the light, even a dark piece of jagged glass adds to the design. Then, it came...”I will never leave you, in my arms I’ll hold you...with my love enfold you...I am your redeemer, I will care for you.” I couldn’t stop singing it. I taped it to my refrigerator. I rejoiced! At His feet I found joy unspeakable and full of glory.

I found people along the way further along in their journey than me. From them I gleaned food for mine. I found people just entering life’s rocky detour and I am now able to share crumbs of hope and joy from mine. The roughness of the road before me is changing. I no longer focus on the gravel and my choice to choose joy has changed everything. I’m changed from being paralyzed by the past to savoring the joys around me: hearing the birds, opening the door to the sound of laughter from smiling grandchildren, a precious card in the mail; joy, sheer joy. I find joy in the present and chose not to worry about the future. I repeat the words one of my daughters spoke when she arrived at the house the evening of her dad’s passing, “Mom, God’s got this.” I don’t know where your journey is taking you at this moment, I do know this; Scooping up the broken pieces of life and placing them in His kaleidoscope brings joy unspeakable and full of glory! Editor’s Note: This column was contributed by Rev. Judi Wiegman who is the mother of seven grown children, one step-daughter and 21 grandchildren. Rev. Wiegman regularly speaks for women’s events and keeps a blog at jottingjudi. blogspot.com. She can also be reached at Scarletcrd7@yahoo.com and welcomes your emails. Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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3291 N George St, PO Box 553, Emigsville, PA 17318-0553 ACCOUNTING & TAX SERVICES

Zunic Advisory Services (ad on page 12) www.zunicadvisory.com 717-764-8992

ADULT DAY SERVICES PREFERRED PROVIDERS

Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community (ad on pages 67,181) 2990 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford 17350 717-624-5437

Greenfield Senior Living at Graysonview Adult Day Center (ad on page s 162-163) 150 Kempton Av, Harrisburg 17111 717-943-1240

Moravian Center Adult Day (ad on page 13) 227 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-490-6225

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Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community (ad on pages 67,181) 2990 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford 17350 717-624-5437 Share & Care Adult Day Care 595 Biglerville Rd, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-6249

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Messiah Lifeways Adult Day at Carlisle Brethren in Christ Church 1155 Walnut Botoom Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-243-0447 Messiah Lifeways Adult Day At Messiah Village 100 Mount Allen Dr, Mchnicsbrg 17055 717-790-8224

SeniorLIFE Harrisburg 1910 Manada St, Harrisburg 17104 717-243-5433

FRANKLIN COUNTY Elder Day At Menno Haven 1425 Philadelphia Ave, Chmbrsbrg 17201 717-709-4510

SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE 1920 Good Hope Rd, Enola 717-728-5433

SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE 840 Fifth Ave, Chambersburg 17201 800-840-9081

DAUPHIN COUNTY Brighter Living Adult Day Center 979 E Park Dr, Harrisburg 17111 717-910-0606

LANCASTER COUNTY

Greenfield Senior Living at Graysonview Adult Day Center (ad on pages 162-163)

Albright LIFE 417 W Frederick St, Lancaster 17603 717-509-1455

150 Kempton Av, Harrisburg 17111 717-943-1240

Adult Day Srvcs, Garden Spot Vlg 433 S Kinzer Ave, New Holland 17557 717-355-6000

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Country Vw Manor Adult Day Care 12 Friendly Dr, Quarryville 17566 717-284-3350

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Landis Homes Adult Day Services 1001 E Oregon Rd, Lititz 17543 717-581-3939

ACCESS – York Medical Advocacy Program 717-262-8444

Masonic Village Adult Daily Living Center One Masonic Dr, Elizabethtown 17022 717-361-5353

Consumer Protection (Attorney General Office) 800-441-2555

Moravian Center Adult Day

Dauphin County Assistance Office 717-787-2324

LEBANON COUNTY

Disability Empowerment Center 941 Wheatland Ave Ste 201 Lancaster 17603 717-394-1890

(ad on page 13) 227 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-490-6225 Albright LIFE 113 S 9th St, Lebanon 17042 717-376-1133 Eldercare East 15 Metro Dr, Lebanon 17042 717-274-3821 Eldercare West 1200 Grubb Rd, Palmyra 17078 717-832-3854

YORK COUNTY Golden Visions Adult Day Svcs 250 Fame Av, Ste 125, Hanover 17331 717-633-5072 SeniorLIFE York 1500 Memory Ln Ext, York 717-757-5433

Jewish Family Services of Greater Harrisburg 3333 N Front St, Harrisburg 717-233-1681 Lancaster Cty Behavioral Health & Disabilities Services 717-299-8021 PA Human Resource Commission 333 Market Street 84, Harrisburg 17126 717-787-4410 Quality Insights of Pennsylvania 877-346-6180 Wise Options 2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-5011

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20 N 12th St, Lemoyne 17043 717-260-3234

McKinley Street YMCA 570 E McKinley St, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-8508

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(ad on page 145) 4500 Oakhurst Blvd, Harrisburg 17110 717-417-9024

AGING IN PLACE MODIFICATIONS

Amramp (ad on page 45) www.amramp.com 717-745-7267

ALS & MS CARE

Bayada Home Health Care

(ad on page 115) 525 N 12th St, Ste 102, Lemoyne 17043 717-652-1130

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Lampeter Strasburg YMCA 800 Village Rd, Lancaster 17602 717-464-4000 Lancaster City Center 265 Harrisburg Av, Lancaster 17603 717-393-9622

LEBANON COUNTY A L Hanford Center YMCA 201 N 7th St, Lebanon 17046 717-273-2691 YMCA at the VA Building 1700 S Lincoln Av, Lebanon 17042 717-273-2046 YORK COUNTY Graham Aquatic Center 543 N Newberry St, York 17404 717-718-1666 Hanover YMCA 500 George St, Hanover 17331 717-632-8211

Carlisle Family YMCA 311 S West ST, Carlisle 17013 717-243-2525

OSS Health (ad on page 59)

West Shore Branch YMCA 410 Fallowfield Rd, Camp Hill 17011 717-737-9622

York Jewish Community Center (ad on pages 31,77)

DAUPHIN COUNTY Harrisburg East Shore 701 N Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-232-9622

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1855 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-848-4800

2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-0918

AREA AGENCIES ON AGING Eldercare Locator Nationwide (Locates any AAA nationwide) 800-677-1116

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Area Agency on Aging – Adams County 318 W Middle St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-9296 – Chester County 601 Westtown Rd, Ste 320, West Chester 610-344-6350 – Cumberland County 110 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 717-240-6110 – Dauphin County 2 S Second St, Harrisburg 17101 717-780-6130 – Franklin County 600 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-2153 – Lancaster County 150 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-299-7979 – Lebanon County 710 Maple St, Lebanon 17046 717-273-9262 – Perry County 315 Keystone Way, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-5128 – York County 100 W Market St, York 17401 717-771-9610

ARTHRITIS & JOINT CARE

OSS Health East (ad on page 59) 1750 Fifth Ave, York 17403 717-848-2297

OSS Health Hanover

(ad on page 59) 470 Eisenhower Dr, Hanover 17331 717-633-0031

OSS Health Mechanicsburg (ad on page 59) 856 Century Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-730-7099

ASSESSMENTS

Central Penn Nursing Care Lancaster (ad on page 105) www.cpnc.com 717-569-0451

BARIATRIC SUPPLIES American Home Medical Equipment Company 800-761-9340 Sizewise Bariatric Supplies www.sizewise.net 800-814-9389

BATH SAFETY

Amramp (ad on page 45) www.amramp.com 717-745-7267

BRAIN HEALTH

Arthritis Foundation 4811 Jonestown Road #230, Harrisburg 17109 717-763-0900

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OSS Health (ad on page 59)

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1855 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-848-4800

(ad on page IFC) 503 N 21st St 5th Fl, Camp Hill 17011 717-972-4580 (ad on page IFC) 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-724-6605

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(ad on page IFC) 1001 S George St 5th Fl, York 17405 717-972-4580

CARDIAC CARE

ManorCare Health ServicesKingston Ct (ad on pages 69, 184-185) 2400 Kingston Ct, York 17402 717-755-8811

ManorCare Health ServicesYork North (ad on pages 69, 184-185) 1770 Barley Rd, York 17408 717-767-6530

Select Specialty Hospital

(ad on page IFC) 503 N 21st St 5th Fl, Camp Hill 17011 717-972-4580

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-724-6605

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 1001 S George St 5th Fl, York 17405 717-972-4580

CARE MANAGEMENT PREFERRED PROVIDERS

Elder Healthcare Solutions (ad on pages 18) ehs-pa.com 717-850-9770

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover

Legendary Support Coordinaton (ad on page IBC)

4807 Jonestown Rd, #149, Hrsbrg, 17109 717-775-1523

PROVIDERS Avail Care Managers, LLC 975 Wayne Ave, #307, Chmbrsbrg 17201 717-552-1883 Beck Care Managers 717-599-4447

Elder Healthcare Solutions (ad on page 18) ehs-pa.com 717-850-9770

Geriatric & Dementia Care Consulting 717-371-2231

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UPMC Pinnacle Hanover (ad on pages 46-47,79) 300 Highland Ave, Hanover 17331 717-316-2263 Jewish Family Service of Greater Harrisburg 3333 N Front St, Harrisburg 717-233-1681

Legendary Support Coordinaton (ad on page IBC)

4807 Jonestown Rd, Ste 149, Harrisburg, 17109 717-775-1523 Severino Health Advisors 7057 Beaver Spring Rd, Harrisburg 17111 717-561-2720 Wise Options 2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-5011

(ad on pages 46-47,79) 300 Highland Ave, Hanover 17331 717-316-3711

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Making Life Better 717-850-9770 www.ehs-pa.com

We specialize in providing Life Solutions for seniors and their families. From care, housing and entitlement options to lifelong support, we provide the answers, guidance and assistance you need to successfully navigate the realities of aging. Geriatric Care Management Power of Attorney & Professional Guardianship Concierge Services: Transportation, Shopping, Errands, Travel Assistance Senior Moves: Downsizing & Relocation

Call for a free consultation!

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Albright LIFE – 4 17 W Frederick St, Lancaster 17603 717-381-4320 – 113 S 9th St, Lebanon 17042 717-376-1133

Alzheimer’s Association Helpline (ad on pages 23, 25)

800-272-3900 PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) www.berkslancasterlebanonlink.org 800-753-8827

PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) (ad on page 81) 1100 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 17015 800-753-8827

CAREGIVER SUPPORT SERVICES

Alzheimer’s Association – Greater PA Chapter – Harrisburg (ad on pages 23, 25) www.alz.org/pa 800-272-3900

F irstLight Home Care Cumberland & Dauphin Counties (ad on page 119) 4076 Market St, #201, Camp Hil 17011 717-525-7936

Homeland HomeHealth

(ad on page 132) 2300 Vartan Way, Ste 270, Hrsbrg 17102 717-412-0166

Homeland Hospice

(ad on page 132) 2300 Vartan Way, Ste 270, Hrsbrg 17102 717-221-7890

 enior Commons at S Powder Mill (ad on pages 149,183) 1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-814-5217

Visiting Angels (ad on page 117) – Hanover 104 Carlisle St Ste 1, Hanover 17331 717-630-0067 – Lancaster County 2141 Oregon Pike, 2nd floor, Lancaster 17601 717-393-3450 – York 1840 E Market St, York 17402 717-751-2488

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(ad on page IFC) 503 N 21st St 5th Fl, Camp Hill 17011 717-972-4580

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-724-6605

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 1001 S George St 5th Fl, York 17405 717-972-4580

COGNITIVE THERAPIES

 enior Commons at S Powder Mill (ad on page 149,183) 1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-814-5217

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LIHEAP (Energy Assistance & Utility Help) 625 S Eighth St, Lebanon 17042 800-229-3926 US Food & Drug Admin Information 888-463-6332

CONTINUING EDUCATION CUMBERLAND COUNTY Pathways Institute for Lifelong Learning at Messiah Lifeways 100 Mt Allen Dr, Mchncsburg 17055 717-591-7213

DAUPHIN COUNTY HACC – Harrisburg Campus 1 HACC Dr, Harrisburg 17110 717-780-2300 HACC – Harrisburg Midtown Campus 1523 N 4th St, Harrisburg 17102 717-780-2300

LANCASTER COUNTY

Advoz Mediation and Restorative Practices

(ad on page 53) 53 N Duke St, Ste 303, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2404 Elizabethtown College 1 Alpha Dr, Elizabethtown 17022 717-361-1000 HACC – Lancaster Campus 1641 Old Philadelphia Pk, Lncstr 17602 717-293-5000 Lancaster Bible College 901 Eden Rd, Lancaster 17603 717-569-7071

Lancaster County Career & Technology Center – Brownstown 231 Snyder Rd, Ephrata 17522 717-859-5100

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– Mount Joy 432 Old Market St, Ephrata 717-653-3000 – Willow Street 1730 Hans Herr Dr, Willow Street 17584 717-464-7050 Lancaster Theological Seminary 555 W James St, Lancaster 17603 717-393-0654 PA CareerLink 1016 N Charlotte St, Lancaster 17603 717-509-0134 Penn State Cooperative Extension & Outreach – Lancaster 1383 Arcadia Rd Ste 140, Lancaster 17601 717-394-6851

LEBANON COUNTY HACC – Lebanon Campus 735 Cumberland St, Lebanon 17042 717-270-4222

YORK COUNTY Adult and Continuing Education – York County School of Technology 2179 S Queen St, York 17402 717-741-0820 HACC – York Campus 2104 Pennsylvania Av, York 17404 717-718-0328 Osher Life Long Learning Institute (OLLI) 1031 Edgecomb Ave, York 17403 717-771-4015

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DEMENTIA CARE

Alzheimer’s Association – Greater PA Chapter – Harrisburg (ad on pages 23, 25)

2595 Interstate Dr Ste 100, Hrsbg 17110 800-272-3900

 rden Courts Susquehanna A of Harrisburg (ad on page 184-185) 2625 Ailanths Ln, Harrisburg 17110 717-540-7019

– Lancaster, Lebanon, York 888 Millersville Rd, Lancaster 17603 717-431-1211 Crossings at West Shore, The (ad on page 167, BC) 1910 Technology Pkwy, Mchncsbrg 17050 717-402-1200

Homeland Hospice

(ad on page 132) 2300 Vartan Way, Ste 270, Hrsbrg 17102 717-221-7890

Keystone Villa at Ephrata (ad on page 71) 100 N. State St, Ephrata 17522 717-738-5700

Linden Village (ad on page 184-185) 100 Tuck Ct, Lebanon 17042 717-274-7400

Luther Acres (ad on page 181) 300 St Mark Ave, Lititz 17543 717-892-5355

 rtis Senior Living - West A Shore (ad on page Insert 160)

ManorCare Health Services

150 N 12th St, Lemoyne 17043 717-409-8921

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Autumn House West

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1700 Market St, Camp Hill 17201 717-737-8551

(ad on page 167) 914 W Market St, York 17401 717-845-7214

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Bayada Home Health Care

-Dallastown 100 W Queen St, Dallastown 17313 717-246-1671

(ad on page 115) 525 North 12th Street Ste 102, Lemoyne 17043 717-652-1130

Caring Matters Home Care (ad on page 119) – Adams, Cumberland, Franklin 39 Queen St., Gettysburg 17325 717-321-1280

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940 Walnut Bottom Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-249-0085

-York South 200 Pauline Dr, York 17402 717-741-0824

Mennonite Home

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Oak Leaf Manor North

(ad on page 165) 2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville 17538 717-898-4663

Oak Leaf Manor South

(ad on page 165) 2101 Wabank Rd, Millersville 17551 717-872-9100

DAUPHIN COUNTY Camp Curtin SBHC 2900 N 6th St, Harrisburg 17110 717-703-1490 Capital Region Health System 1821 Fulton St, Harrisburg 17102 717-230-3910

Palmstown Manor

Downey School Based Health Care 1313 Monroe St, Harrisburg 17103 717-703-1268

(ad on page 169) 616 W Main St, Palmstown 17538 717-838-9000

Hamilton Health Center 110 S 17th St, Harrisburg 17104 717-230-3958

Spang Crest (ad on page 181)

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Specialty Home Care

Family First Health 1275 York Road Ste 17, Gettysburg 17325 717-337-9400

945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042 717-450-7859

(ad on page 115) 1251 E Chocolate Ave, Hershey 17033 717-533-4400

Visiting Angels (ad on page 117) – Hanover 104 Carlisle St Ste 1, Hanover 17331 717-630-0067

- Lancaster County

2141 Oregon Pike, 2nd Floor, Lancaster 17601 717-393-3450

- York

1840 E Market St, York 17402 717-751-2488

DENTAL RESOURCES PREFERRED PROVIDERS

Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332

LANCASTER COUNTY DALCO (Dental Access Lancaster County) 2100 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster 17604 717-544-3279 Southeast Lancaster Health Svcs www.selhs.org 717-299-6371 Water Street Health 210 S Prince St, Lancaster 17603 717-358-2011 Welsh Mountain Medical & Dental Center 584 Springville Rd, New Holland 17557 717-354-4711

YORK COUNTY Donated Dental Services www.nfdh.org 724 568-4343

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he Longest Day is all about love. Love for all those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. On the summer solstice, June 21, 2018, participants will team up to do an activity they love – or an activity loved by those affected – to help end Alzheimer’s. What people do on The Longest Day is up to them! This is a way to honor someone living or lost to the disease by selecting one of their favorite hobbies, or select an activity that honors a caregiver. Or, do what they are passionate about to recognize this important day. To demonstrate the commitment our participants have to our fight, we ask each team to raise funds and awareness to fuel the efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. From face-to-face support to online education programs and promising worldwide research initiatives, all donations raised make a difference in the lives of the millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s today and those who will face the disease tomorrow. Every dollar raised helps to strengthen our impact while moving us closer to our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s disease. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, here in Pennsylvania 400,000 people are affected by Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. There are 15 million Americans providing unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. Last year these caregivers provided an estimated 18.2 billion hours of care valued

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at over $230 billion. These caregivers are our inspiration for The Longest Day, we want to show them our support for their fight and help end this disease. You can show your support for those affected by this devastating disease by registering your “Longest Day” team today. Visit www.alz. org/tld to register, build your team, set your activity and start raising funds and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association. If you have any questions about The Longest Day or any of the programs and services offered by the Alzheimer’s Association call our Helpline, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at 800.272.3900.

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DENTAL RESOURCES continued Family First Health 1230 High St, Hanover 17331 717-632-9052 Family First Health 116 S George St, York 17401 717-854-8617 George WT Bentzel Dental Center 1001 S George St, York 17403 717-851-2655 Hoodner Dental Clinic 605 S George St, York 17403 717-812-7860

Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332

DINING & ENTERTAINMENT

Senior Commons at Powder Mill (ad on page 149,183) 1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-814-5217

Traditions of Hershey

(ad on page 137,169) 100 N Larkspur Rd, Palmyra 17078 717-296-1303

DIVORCE MEDIATOR

Advoz Mediation and Restorative Practices

(ad on page 53) 53 N Duke St, Ste 303, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2404

DOWNSIZING AND RELOCATION

Manor at Oakridge

(ad on page 145) 4500 Oakhurst Blvd, Harrisburg 17110 717-417-9024

Traditions of Hershey

(ad on page 137,169) 100 N Larkspur Rd, Palmyra 17078 717-296-1303

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Essex House (ad on page 145) 20 N 12th St, Lemoyne 17043 717-260-3234

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Area Agency on Aging - Adams County 318 W Middle St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-9296 – Cumberland County 110 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 717-240-6110 – Franklin County 600 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-2153 – Lancaster County 150 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-299-7979

Pennsylvania Attorney General – Consumer Education Office Strawberry Sq, Harrisburg 17120 717-787-9707 Red Lion Area Community Svcs Inc 15 First Av, Red Lion 17356 717-244-6934 Still Waters Access – York (a program of York YWCA) PO Box 1323, Hanover 17331 717-637-2235 Task Force On Domestic Violence – York County 717-845-2631

– Lebanon County 710 Maple St, Lebanon 17046 717-273-9262

Victim Assistance Center (a program of Hanover YWCA) 23 W Chestnut St, Hanover 800-422-3204

– Perry County 315 Keystone Way, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-5128

Violence Prevention Education Svcs 1101 Market St, Harrisburg 717-234-7931

– York County 100 W Market St, York 17401 717-771-9610 Dauphin Cty Elder Abuse Task Force -295 State Dr, Elizabethville 717-905-2508 -2 S Second St, Harrisburg 17101 717-780-6130 Domestic Violence Legal Clinic 35 E Orange St, Lancaster 17602 717-291-5826 National Center on Elder Abuse 800-677-1116 Office of Aging – Long Term Care Ombudsman Prog 150 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-299-7979 Office of Attorney General 866-623-2137

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(ad on page 53) 53 N Duke St, Ste 303, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2404

Legendary Support Coordinaton (ad on page IBC)

4807 Jonestown Rd, Ste 149, Hrsbg 17109 717-775-1523

ELDER LAW

Bellomo & Associates (ad on page 1) 3198 E Market St, York 17402 717-845-5390

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UPMC Pinnacle Hanover (ad on page 46-47,79) 300 Highland Ave, Hanover 17331 717-316-2263

EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEMS

Connect America (ad on page 29,105) www.MedAlert.net 717-814-3135

Essex House (ad on page 145) 20 N 12th St, Lemoyne 17043 717-260-3234

Manor at Oakridge

(ad on page 145) 4500 Oakhurst Blvd, Harrisburg 17110 717-417-9024

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES & RESOURCES

Bayada Home Health Care (ad on page 115) 525 North 12th Street Ste 102, Lemoyne 17043 717-652-1130

Central Penn Nursing Care Lancaster (ad on page 105) www.cpnc.com 717-569-0451

ComForCare Home Care Lancaster (ad on page 2)

150 Farmington Lane, Lancaster 17601 717-824-3643

Crossings at West Shore, The (ad on page 167, BC) 1910 Technology Pkwy #125, Mechanicsburg 17050 717-402-1200

Ephrata Manor (ad on page 66) 99 Bethany Rd, Ephrata 17522 717-738-4940

Lebanon Valley Home, The (ad on page 68) 550 E Main St, Annville 17003 717-867-4467

Luther Acres (ad on page 181) 300 St Mark Ave, Lititz 17543 717-892-5355

Mennonite Home

(ad on page 135) 1520 Harrisburg Pike. Lancaster 17601 717-390-7979 Office of Aging – Job Bank 150 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-299-7979 PA Department of Labor & Industry 651 Boas St, Harrisburg 17121 717-787-5279 Pennsylvania Dept of Military & Veteran Affairs Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville 17003 717-861-8719

Spang Crest

(ad on page 181) 945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042 717-450-7859

Specialty Home Care

(ad on page 115) 1251 E Chocolate Ave, Hershey 17033 717-533-4400

St John’s Herr Estate

(ad on page 181) 200 Luther Ln, Columbia 17512 717-892-5120

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Visiting Angels (ad on page 117) - Hanover 104 Carlisle St Ste 1, Hanover 17331 717-630-0067

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2141 Oregon Pike, Fl 2, Lancaster 17601 717-393-3450

- York

1840 E Market St, York 17402 717-751-2488

York Jewish Community Center (ad on page 31,77) 2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-0918

ENERGY RESOURCES & WEATHERIZATION Adams Electric Project Helping Hand 204 W King St, Shippensburg 17257 888-232-6732 Community Progress Council 717-846-4600 First Energy’s WARM Program 200 First St, Millersburg 17061 717-692-2637 Home Weatherization – York Cty Planning Commission 28 E Market St, York 17401 717-771-9870 LIHEAP (Energy Assistance & Utility Help) 625 S Eighth St, Lebanon 17042 800-229-3926 New Hope Ministries 717-766-7333 PPL Assistance Program (WRAP) 877-342-5972

Project Share 717-249-7773 South Central Community Action 717-263-5060 ext 252 UGI Gas Assistance 800-844-9276 United Way of Carlisle 717-243-4805

ESTATE PLANNING

Bellomo & Associates (ad on page 1) 3198 E Market St, York 17402 717-845-5390

Hoffmeyer & Semmelman (ad on page 2) 30 N George St, York 1740 717-846-8846

EXECUTOR SERVICES

Elder Healthcare Solutions (ad on page 18) ehs-pa.com 717-850-9770

FAITH-BASED SENIOR GROUPS

Moravian Center Adult Day (ad on page 13) 227 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-490-6225

FALL PREVENTION SPECIALISTS

Amramp (ad on page 45) www.amramp.com 717-745-7267 Senior Commons at Powder Mill (ad on page 149, 183) 1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-814-5217

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Hoffmeyer & Semmelman (ad on page 2) 30 N George St, York 1740 717-846-8846

FIDUCIARY SERVICES

Elder Healthcare Solutions (ad on page 18) ehs-pa.com 717-850-9770

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE County Assistance Office – Adams 225 S Franklin St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-6241 – Cumberland 33 Westminster Dr, Carlisle 717-240-2700 – Dauphin 2432 N 7th St, Harrisburg 17110 717-787-2324 – Franklin 620 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201 717-264-6121

– Lebanon 625 S 8th St, Lebanon 17042 717-270-3600 – Perry 100 Centre Dr, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-2127 – York 130 N Duke St, York 17405 717-771-1100

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FINANCIAL SERVICES

Zunic Advisory Services (ad on page 12) www.zunicadvisory.com 717-764-8992

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When – or if – people prepare for their death or disability, they often are unaware of the five common mistakes people generally make. A well-written estate plan helps you avoid those five mistakes. What are they? MISTAKE 1. LOSS OF CONTROL. Surprisingly, disability is more likely in the short term than death, so you also need to address what happens if you become disabled and cannot make medical or financial decisions. Do not assume that your spouse can make all of those decisions for you; your spouse cannot access your retirement accounts or any assets just in your name. Thus, you need to have appropriate documents in place. 32 SENIORS BLUE BOOK OF SOUTH CENTRAL PA –WINTER - SUMMER 2018

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MISTAKE 3. LOSS OF ASSETS. People often say they were told to give their assets away to family members, for tax reasons or Medicaid reasons. However, that strategy can be a disaster. What if those family members get divorced, go into a nursing home, or are in a car accident? Tax laws are not the only things to consider. Long-term care planning, paying for long-term care, and Medicaid qualification are major threats. It is critical to understand how tax and asset protection laws integrate.

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MISTAKE 2. LOSS OF ACCESS. When you die, at what age will your children get their inheritance, and who will control it? Without a plan, your family must follow the government’s rule book, not yours.

MISTAKE 4. UNQUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS. Just as you would go to a cardiologist for a heart condition, it is important to work with a Certified Elder Law Attorney COMMON certified by the National Elder Law MISTAKES Foundation to plan your financial future. Certified Elder Law Attorneys have undertaken hundreds of hours of specialized training in numerous elder law areas, and have passed an extremely difficult exam. Many professionals, while believing that they are acting in your best interest, are often not aware of the intricacies of elder law. Certified Elder Law Attorneys are trained to deal with the complexities of aging and protecting your assets. MISTAKE 5. INCREASED COST WITHOUT PREPLANNING. Often people focus on the short-term cost of preparing documents, but ignore the additional cost at death. Understanding the cost of not doing something properly now, and how much it can affect your family, should weigh heavily in your decision-making. The law is complicated, but working with qualified professionals does not have to be. Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Jeffrey R. Bellomo, Esquire, CELA. See their ad on page 1.

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FITNESS & WELLNESS PROGRAMS CUMBERLAND COUNTY Carlisle Family YMCA 311 S West ST, Carlisle 17013 717-243-2525 West Shore Branch YMCA 410 Fallowfield Rd, Camp Hill 17011 717-737-9622

DAUPHIN COUNTY Northern Dauphin Cty 500 N Church St, Elizabethville 17023 717-362-9494

FRANKLIN COUNTY McKinley Street YMCA 570 E McKinley St, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-8508

LANCASTER COUNTY Lancaster City Center 265 Harrisburg Av, Lancaster 17603 717-393-9622 YMCA at New Holland 123 N Skirk Rd, New Holland 17557 717-354-4747 YMCA at the VA Building 1700 S Lincoln Av, Lebanon 17042 717-273-2046

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Autumn House East

(ad on page 167) 2618 E Market St, York 17402 717-755-5911 Littlestown YMCA 95 Keystone St, Littlestown 717-359-9733

Senior Commons at Powder Mill (ad on pages 149,183) 1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-814-5217 South Hanover YMCA 1013 Baltimore St, Hanover 17331 717-632-0294 WellFit – WellSpan Rehabilitation 877-734-2213 YMCA Dover 1705 Palomino Rd, Dover 17315 717-292-5622 York Eastern Branch YMCA 101 Shoe House Rd, York 17406 717-755-7144

York Jewish Community Center (ad on pages 31, 77) 2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-0918

York Southern Branch 100 Constitution Av, Shrewsbury 17361 717-235-0446

FOOD RESOURCES

(ad on page 68) 550 E Main St, Annville 17003 717-867-4467

AmpleHarvest.Org - For donations from your garden!

Traditions of Hershey

ADAMS COUNTY

(ad on page 137,169) 100 N Larkspur Rd, Palmyra 17078 717-296-1303

Food Stamps / SNAP – Adams 225 S Franklin St, Gettysburg 17325 800-638-6816

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY Food Stamps / SNAP – Cumberland 33 Westminster Dr, Carlisle 800-692-7462 Kings Kettle Food Bank 30 N Fayette St, Shippensburg 17257 717-530-9200 Meals on Wheels - Camp Hill 101 N 23rd St, Camp Hill 17011 717-737-3924 Meals on Wheels - Mechanicsburg 717-697-5011 New Hope Ministries Food Bank 5228 E Trindle Rd, Mechanicsburg 17050 717-766-7333 Salvation Army Food Bank and Soup Kitchen 20 E Pomfret St, Carlisle 17013 717-249-1411 DAUPHIN COUNTY Allison Hill Community Food Pantry Derry St United Methodist Church, Harrisburg 17104 717-238-2030 Bountiful Blessings – Rosedale Church of the Nazarene 1901 Rosedale Dr, Middletown 17057 717-802-1222

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Downtown Daily Bread Soup Kitchen Pine St Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg 17101 717-238-4717 Ecumenical Food Pantry 901 N 6th St, Harrisburg 17102 717-233-6731 Emanuel Church of God  Food Pantry 601 N 16th St, Harrisburg 17103 717-232-0475 Food Rescue Program of Channels Food Rescue 3305 N 6th St, Harrisburg 17110 717-232-1300 Food Stamps / SNAP – Dauphin 2432 N 7th St, Harrisburg 17110 800-788-5616 Grantville Area Food Pantry 117 N Faith Rd, Grantville 17028 717-469-2444 Continued on page 36 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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FOOD RESOURCES continued Halifax United Methodist Church Food Ministry 105 Wind Hill Dr, Halifax 17032 717-896-8092 Help’s Emergency Svcs – Food 413 S 19th St, Harrisburg 17104 717-238-2851 Hershey Free Church 330 Hilltop Rd, Hummelstown 17036 717-533-4848 Hershey Food Bank 120 E Derry Rd, Hershey 17033 717-520-3143 Interfaith Council of Middletown Food Pantry 201 Wyoming St, Middletown 17057 717-944-4651 Kosher Nutrition Program 3301 N Front St, Harrisburg 717-236-9555 Macedonia Missionary Church Food Pantry 2339 N Sixth St, Harrisburg 717-232-8946 Manna Food Pantry 56 Banks St, Harrisburg 17103 717-236-5275 Neighborhood Food Outreach 1419 Derry St, Harrisburg 17104 717-232-0247 Neighborhood Food Pantry 2217 Derry St, Harrisburg 17104 717-561-2170 North 17th Street Church of God Food Pantry 615 N 17th St, Harrisburg 17103 717-233-2284

Northeastern Food Pantry 4832 N Sherman St Ext, Mount Wolf 17347 717-266-6785 Our Lady’s Emergency Food Pantry 2121 N Third St, Harrisburg 717-233-1014 Saint Francis Food Bank 1459 Market St, Harrisburg 717-236-4506 St Peter’s Food Pantry 240 Broad St, Highspire 17034 717-939-3492 Zion Missionary Church 212 N Progress Av, Harrisburg 17109 717-541-0388

FRANKLIN COUNTY Food Stamps / SNAP – Franklin 620 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201 800-921-8839 Maranatha Ministries Food Pantry 195 Loudon St, Chambersburg 17201 717-264-7785 Pete’s Pantry Salem United Brethren Church 4349 Letterkenney Rd, Chmbrsbrg 17201 717-263-4123 SCCAP Food Pantries 533 S Main St, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-5060

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First Reformed UCC (Community Meals) 40 E Orange St, Lancaster 17602 717-397-5149

Columbia Christian Fellowship (Community Meals) 340 Locust St, Columbia 17512 717-684-2303

First United Methodist Church (Food Donation Programs) 29 E Walnut St, Lancaster 17602 717-394-7231

Columbia Food Bank, The 340 Locust St, Columbia 17512 717-449-5101

Food Stamps / SNAP – Lancaster 832 Manor St, Lancaster 17604 717-299-7411

Columbia Free Community Meal 360 Locust St, Columbia 17512 717-684-6271

Grace Chapel Food Pantry 2535 Colebrook Rd, Elizabethtown 17022 717-944-5571

Community Cupboard of Elizabethtown 206 S Market St, Elizabethtown 17022 717-361-8149

Grace Lutheran Church (Community Meals) 517 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-397-2748

Conestoga Community Food Bank 3716 Main St, Conestoga 17516 717-872-6755

Harvest of Hope Comm Food Bank 2420 Gehman Ln, Lancaster 17602 717-208-3711

Conestoga United Methodist (Food Donation Programs) 59 Sandhill Rd, Conestoga 17516 717-872-7703

Hempfield 85 E Brandt Blvd, Landisville 17538 717-898-2954

Crispus Attucks Community Center 407 Howard Av, Lancaster 17602 717-394-6604

Lancaster Brethren in Christ (Food Bank) 1865 Fruitville Pike, Lancaster 17601 717-569-5011

East Chestnut St Mennonite Church (Community Meals) 432 E Chestnut St, Lancaster 17602 717-392-7910

Lighthouse Assembly of God His Helping Hands Food Pantry 105 Earland Dr, New Holland 17557 717-354-0056

East Donegal/Conoy Area Christian Food Bank Coffee Goss Road, Maytown 17550 717-426-2360

Lititz Warwick Community Chest (Food Bank) 200 W Orange St, Lititz 17543 717-627-0770

Family Center of Gap (Soup Kitchen) 835 Houston Run Dr, Gap 17527 717-442-2300

Manchester Assembly of God (Food Pantry) 4115 Board Rd, Manchester 17345 717-266-7029

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FOOD RESOURCES continued Manheim Central Food Pantry 334 W Gramby St, Manheim 17545 717-665-2331 Meals on Wheels – Christiana/Atglen/Gap Latta Memorial Presbyterian Church, Christiana 17509 717-354-7857 Meals on Wheels – Elizabethtown 70 South Poplar St, Elizabethtown 17022 717-367-8528 Meals on Wheels – Lancaster 1085-B Manheim Pike, Lancaster 17601 717-392-4842 Meals on Wheels – Lititz Lititz Church of the Brethren, Lititz 17543 717-626-2500 Meals on Wheels – Manheim United Methodist Church, Manheim 17545 717-665-5702 Meals on Wheels – Millersville 121 N George St, Millersville 17551 717-872-2415 Meals on Wheels – Mount Joy/Marietta 351 Locust Ln, Mount Joy 17552 717-367-6528 Meals on Wheels – Paradise Leacock Presbyterian Ch, Paradise 17562 717-687-6037 Meals on Wheels – Solanco 73 Mt Hope, Quarryville 17566 717-284-4396 Mount Joy Helping Svcs (Food Pantries) Corner of Mount Joy & Concord St, Mount Joy 17552 717-653-4607

New Holland Area Food Bank 221 E Main St, New Holland 17557 717-354-3776 Otterbein United Methodist Community Church 20 E Clay St, Lancaster 17603 717-394-3755 Peter’s Porch – Food Bank 435 Main St, Akron 17501 717-859-2100 Petra Food Bank 565 Airport Rd, New Holland 17557 717-354-5394 Salem United Church of Christ (Community Meals) 324 Walnut St, Columbia 17512 717-684-6498 Salvation Army (Food Pantry) 131 S Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-397-7565 San Juan Bautista (Food Pantry) 425 S Duke St, Lancaster 17602 717-392-4118 Solanco Food Bank 355 Buck Rd, Quarryville 17566 717-786-4308 St Anne’s Roman Catholic (Brown Bag Lunch) 929 N Duke St, Lancaster 17602 717-392-2225 St James Episcopal Church – Anchorage (Community Meals) 119 N Duke St, Lancaster 17602 717-397-4858 St John Lutheran Church Food Bank 223 W Orange St, Lancaster 17603 717-394-2881 St Luke’s UCC (Community Meals) 222 N Broad St, Lititz 17543 717-626-7100

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St Pauls Missionary Baptist Church (Community Meals) 297 S 5th St, Columbia 17512 717-681-8452 St Philip the Apostle (Food Donation Programs) 2111 Millersville Pike, Lancaster 17603 717-872-2166 Trinity Lutheran Church (Community Meals) 31 S Duke St, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2734 Water Street Ministries (Community Meals & Food Distribution) 210 S Prince St, Lancaster 17603 717-393-7709 Willow Street UCC (Community Meals) 2723 Willow St Pike, Willow Street 17584 717-464-3462 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Community Meals) 1905 Broad St, East Petersburg 17520 717-569-1359

Food Stamps / SNAP – Lebanon 625 S 8th St, Lebanon 17042 800-229-3926 Maple St Senior Community Center 710 Maple St, Lebanon 17046 717-273-1048 Myerstown Senior Community Ctr 59 N Ramona Rd, Myerstown 17067 717-866-6786 Northern Lebanon Senior Community Center 335 N Lancaster St, Jonestown 17038 717-865-0944

PERRY COUNTY Bread of Life Outreach 35 N Front St, Newport 17074 717-567-9181

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church (Community Meals) 119 S Prince St, Lancaster 17603 717-392-2578

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YORK COUNTY

Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Community Meals) 85 E Brandt Blvd, Landisville 17538 717-898-2911

American Red Cross – Greater Hanover Chapter www.hanoverredcross.org 717-637-3768

Zion Lutheran Church (Community Meals) 18 Quarry Rd, Leola 17540 717-656-9200

Bountiful Blessings – Capital Area Christian Church 110 Newberry Commons, Etters 17319 717-802-1222

LEBANON COUNTY Annville Senior Community Center 200 S White Oak St, Annville 17003 717-867-1796

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FOOD RESOURCES continued Catholic Harvest Food Pantry 628 E Market St, York 17403 717-846-8571 Covenant Food Pantry – Bethlehem Stonepile UMC 250 Bethlehem Church Rd, Red Lion 17356 717-244-9540 Food Bank – York County 254 W Princess St, York 17404 717-846-6435 Food Pantry – First St John’s Evangelical Lutheran 140 W King St, York 17401 717-843-8597 Food Stamps / SNAP – York 130 N Duke St, York 17405 800-991-0929 Golden Connections Community Center inc 20C Gotham Pl, Red Lion 17356 717-244-7229 Hanover Area Council of Churches 136 Carlisle St, Hanover 17331 717-633-6353 Harvest of Blessing Food and Clothing Bank 339 S George St, York 17401 717-808-4209 Harvest of Hope Food Pantry 4485 Wolf’s Church Rd, York 17408 717-846-8899 Madison Avenue Church of the Brethren (Food Pantry) 645 Madison Av, York 17404 717-854-1885 Meals on Wheels – Hanover Area 1472 Roth’s Church Rd, Sprg Grove 17362 717-225-0733

Messiah UMC (Food Pantry) 1300 N Beaver St, York 17404 717-843-4574 Operation Community Care 1125 Frederick Pike, Littlestown 17340 717-359-4075 Our Daily Bread 331 S George St, York 17403 717-848-1674 Pinchot Park Assembly of God (Food Pantry) 2755 Rosstown Rd, Wellsville 17365 717-432-2869 Pleasureville United Methodist Church (Food Pantry) 2606 N Sherman St, York 17406 717-757-3216 Red Land Senior Center Inc (Community Evening Meal Program) 736 Wyndamere Rd, Lewisberry 17339 717-938-4649 Salvation Army (Food Pantry) 30 E King St, York 17401 717-848-2364 Salvation Army Thrift Store 1090 Haines Rd, York 17402 717-840-1300 St Jacob’s Lutheran Church (Food Pantry) 99 E George St, York New Salem 17371 717-235-7313 Windy Hill Senior Center Inc 1472 Roth’s Church Rd, Sprg Grove 17362 717-225-0733

GLASSES

Darrell M. Sipe Opticians and Hearing Aids (ad on page 43) www.darrellmsipe.com 717-632-5558

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PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) (ad on page 81) 1100 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 17015 800-753-8827

GUARDIANSHIP

Elder Healthcare Solutions (ad on page 18) ehs-pa.com 717-850-9770

Hoffmeyer & Semmelman (ad on page 2) 30 N George St, York 1740 717-846-8846

Jewish Family Svcs 3333 N Front St, Harrisburg 717-233-1681 MidPenn Legal Services – Adams County 128 Breckenridge St, Gettysburg 17325 717-344-7624 – Cumberland & Perry Counties 401 E Louther St, #103, Carlisle 17013 717-243-9400 – Dauphin County 213A N Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-232-0581 – Franklin County 230 Lincoln Way E, Ste A, Chambersburg 17201 717-264-5354 – Lancaster County 38 N Christian St,# 200, Lancaster 17602 717-299-0971

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– Lebanon County 513 Chestnut St, Lebanon 17042 717-274-2834 – York County 29 North Queen St, York 17403 717-848-3605 Wise Options 2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-5011

HEALTH & HELP LINES

Alzheimer’s Association – Greater PA Chapter – Harrisburg (ad on page 23, 25)

www.alz.org/pa 800-272-3900 PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) www.berkslancasterlebanonlink.org 800-753-8827

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PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) (ad on page 81) 1100 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 17015 800-753-8827

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Bayada Home Health Care

(ad on page 115) 525 North 12th St. #102, Lemoyne 17043 717-652-1130

Omni Home Care - Dauphin (ad on page 121) 873 Claire Ln, York 17402 717-671-5070

Omni Home Care - York

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Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332

Specialty Home Care

(ad on page 115) 1251 E Chocolate Ave, Hershey 17033 717-533-4400

HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION & COUNSELING

Community Benefits Solutions, LLC (ad on page 56)

www.communitybenefitssolutions.com 717-818-1827 PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) www.berkslancasterlebanonlink.org 800-753-8827

PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) (ad on page 81) 1100 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 17015 800-753-8827

HEALTH SCREENINGS

Darrell M. Sipe Opticians and Hearing Aids (ad on page 43) www.darrellmsipe.com 717-632-5558

HEARING - AUDIOLOGISTS / HEARING AIDS

Darrell M. Sipe Opticians and Hearing Aids (ad on page 43) www.darrellmsipe.com 717-632-5558

HEARING SERVICES AND RESOURCES American Speech Language and Hearing Assoc 800-638-8255 Center for Hearing Loss Help www.hearinglosshelp.org 717-993-8555 Deaf & Hard of Hearing 150 Farmington Ln, Lancaster 17601 717-397-4741 Hear Now 800-648-4327 Hearing Aid Helpline 800-521-5247 Hearing Helpline - Better Hearing Institute 800-327-9355 National Institute on Deafness 800-241-1044 PA Captioned Telephone Relay Svc 800-241-1044 PA Department General Services 100 Headquarters Bldg Ste 1, Harrisburg 17125 717-787-7095

HMO’S & HEALTH INSURANCE

Community Benefits Solutions, LLC (ad on page 56)

www.communitybenefitssolutions.com 717-818-1827

HOME CLEANING SERVICES

Central Penn Nursing Care Lancaster (ad on page 105) www.cpnc.com 717-569-0451

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Amramp (ad on page 45)

www.amramp.com 717-745-7267

Center for Independent Living Opportunities – York 127 W Market St, York 17401 717-849-0991 Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency – Access Home Modification Harrisburg 17105, Harrisburg 17105 800-822-1174

HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES

Amramp (ad on page 45) www.amramp.com 717-745-7267 Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332

HOME SAFETY EVALUATIONS Amramp (ad on page 45) www.amramp.com 717-745-7267 HOSPITALS PREFERRED PROVIDERS

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover (ad on page 46-47, 79) 300 Highland Ave, Hanover 17331 717-316-2263

PROVIDERS ADAMS COUNTY WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital 147 Gettys St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-2121

CUMBERLAND COUNTY UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle 361 Alexander Spring Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-249-1212 UPMC Pinnacle West Shore 1995 Technology Pkwy, Mechanicsburg 17015 717-988-1065 Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital 503 N 21st St, Camp Hill 17011 717-763-2100

DAUPHIN COUNTY Milton S Hershey Medical Center 500 University Dr, Hershey 17033 717-531-8521 UPMC Pinnacle Community Osteopathic Hospital 4300 Londonderry Rd, Harrisburg 17109 717-652-3000 UPMC Pinnacle Hospital 409 S Second St, Harrisburg 17105 717-782-5181 UPMC Pinnacle Harrisburg 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17108 717-782-3131

FRANKLIN COUNTY Chambersburg Hospital 112 North Seventh St, Chmbrsbrg 17201 717-267-3000 Waynesboro Hospital 501 East Main St, Waynesboro 17268 717-765-4000 LANCASTER COUNTY Lancaster General Hospital 555 N Duke St, Lancaster 17604 717-544-5511

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Modular Ramps • Stairlifts Vertical Platform Lifts • Patient Lifts Portable Showers • Pool Lifts Home Modifications • Grab/Safety Bars All evaluations by Certified Aging in Place Specialist

Indoor, Outdoor & Curved Stairlifts

Vertical Platform Lift

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RAMPS, LIFTS & MORE...

800-649-5215 • 717-745-7267 www.amramp.com A veteran & woman-owned business serving Central Pennsylvania since 2003

HOSPITALS continued UPMC Pinnacle Lancaster 250 College Av, Lancaster 17603 717-291-8211 UPMC Pinnacle Lititz 1500 Highlands Dr, Lititz 17543 717-625-5000 WellSpan Ephrata Comm Hospital 169 Martin Av, Ephrata 17522 717-733-0311

LEBANON COUNTY WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital PO Box 1281 Fourth & Walnut Sts, Lebanon 17042 717-270-7500

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UPMC Pinnacle Hanover (ad on page 46-47, 79) 300 Highland Ave, Hanover 17331 717-316-2263 UPMC Pinnacle Memorial 325 S Belmont St, York 17403 717-843-8623 WellSpan York Hospital 1001 S George St, York 17403 717-851-2345

HOSPITALS – LONG-TERM ACUTE CARE (LTACH) Lancaster General Hospital 555 N Duke St, Lancaster 17604 717-544-5511 Continued on page 48 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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UPMC PINNACLE HANOVER

Robotic Surgery Available Soon at UPMC Pinnacle Hanover UPMC Pinnacle Hanover will be offering the da Vinci® robotic-assisted system as a minimally invasive surgical option in spring 2018. The da Vinci robot allows trained surgeons to perform a wide range of complex operations through a few small incisions. As a result, patients can look forward to a shorter hospital stay, fewer complications, faster recovery, smaller incisions, and minimal scarring.

Together, these technologies provide precision and control for the performance of minimally invasive surgery.

Using an advanced robotics computer, this system allows each movement of the surgeon’s hand to be translated into smaller, more precise movements of tiny instruments inside the patient’s body.

Meet the team of physicians that will be doing robotic surgery.

In addition, the robot’s 3D-High Definition vision system provides surgeons a highly magnified view. These advanced optics allow the surgeon to locate and repair damaged tissue that might go unseen with the naked eye, providing a detailed assessment of vessels, blood flow and related tissue.

David L. Crooks, M.D.

Stephen A. Naymick, D.O.

Sara E. Clymer, D.O.

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Faster Recovery Means Getting Back to Life UPMC PINNACLE HANOVER

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover will be offering robotic surgery in spring 2018. Robotic surgery offers a better view and access to the surgical site, pinpoint targeting, and ultra-steady movements. In most cases, only a minor incision is needed, resulting in less blood loss, and reduced risk for infection, allowing you to get back to doing what you enjoy most. For more information, visit UPMCPinnacle.com/Hanover

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Select Specialty Hospital

(ad on page IFC) 503 N 21st St 5th Fl, Camp Hill 17011 717-972-4580

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-724-6605

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 1001 S George St 5th Fl, York 17405 717-972-4580

HOUSING PLACEMENT & RESOURCE SPECIALISTS

Traditions of Hershey

(ad on page 137,169) 100 N Larkspur Rd, Palmyra 17078 717-296-1303

INCOME TAX FILING

Zunic Advisory Services (ad on page 12) www.zunicadvisory.com 717-764-8992

INCONTINENCE CARE

Caring Matters Home Care (ad on page 119) – Adams, Cumberland, Franklin 39 Queen St., Gettysburg 17325 717-321-1280 – Lancaster, Lebanon, York 888 Millersville Rd, Lancaster 17603 717-431-1211

Central Penn Nursing Care Lancaster (ad on page 105) www.cpnc.com 717-569-0451

INVESTMENTS

Zunic Advisory Services (ad on page 12) www.zunicadvisory.com 717-764-8992

KNEE PAIN CARE OSS Health (ad on page 59) 1861 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-718-2000 LEGAL SERVICES (NO FEE) Area Agency on Aging – Dauphin County 2 S Second St, Harrisburg 17101 717-780-6130

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– Cumberland & Perry Counties 401 E Louther St, #103, Carlisle 17013 717-243-9400

New Oxford Area Library 122 N Peter St, New Oxford 17350 717-624-2182

– Dauphin County 213A N Front St, Harrisburg 17101 800-326-9177

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– Franklin County 230 Lincoln Way E, #A, Chmbrsbg 17201 717-264-5354

Amelia Givin Library 114 N Baltimore Ave, Mt Holly Springs 17065 717-486-3688

– Lancaster County 38 N Christian St, Lancaster 17602 717-299-0971

Bosler Library 158 W High St, Carlisle 17013 717-243-4642

– Lebanon County 513 Chestnut St, Lebanon 17042 717-274-2834

East Pennsboro 98 S Enola Dr, Enola 17025 717-732-4274

– York County 29 North Queen St, York 17403 717-848-3605

Fredricksen Library 100 N 19th St, Camp Hill 17011 717-761-3900

Office for Dispute Resolution 6340 Flank Dr, Harrisburg 17112 800-222-3353

John Graham Library 9 Parsonage St, Newville 17241 717-776-5900

LIBRARIES ADAMS COUNTY East Berlin Communtity Library 105 Locust St, East Berlin 17306 717-259-9000 Fairfield Area Library 31 Wortz Dr, Fairfield 17320 717-642-6009 Gettysburg Library 140 Baltimore St, Gettysburg 17325 717-344-5716 Harbaugh-Thomas Library 59 W York St, Biglerville 17307 717-677-6257 Littlestown Library 232 N Queen St, Littlestown 17340 717-359-0446

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New Cumberland Library 1 Benjamin Plaza, New Cmbrlnd 17070 717-774-7820 Shippensburg Library 73 W King St, Shippensburg 17257 717-532-4508 Simpson Library 16 N Walnut St, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-766-0171

DAUPHIN COUNTY Bureau of State Library 607 S St, Harrisburg 17120 717-783-5950 East Shore Area Library 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg 17109 717-652-9380 Continued on page 50 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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LIBRARIES continued Elizabethville Area Library 80 N Market St, Elizabethville 17023 717-362-9825 Hershey Public Library 701 Cocoa Av, Hershey 17033 717-533-6555 John Harris – Simon Cameron Mansion 219 S Front St, Harrisburg 17104 717-233-3462 Johnson Memorial Library 799 Center St, Millersburg 17061 717-692-2658 Kline Library 530 S 29th St, Harrisburg 17104 717-234-3934 Madeline L Olewine Memorial Library 2410 N 3rd St, Harrisburg 17110 717-232-7286 McCormick Riverfront Library 101 Walnut St, Harrisburg 17101 717-234-4976 Northern Dauphin Library 683 Main St, Lykens 17048 717-453-9315 William H & Marion C Alexander Family Library 200 W 2nd St, Hummelstown 17036 717-566-0949 FRANKLIN COUNTY Alexander Hamilton Memorial Free Library 45 E Main St, Waynesboro 17268 717-762-3335 Blue Ridge Summit Free Library 13676 Monterey Ln, Blue Ridge Summit 17214 717-794-2240

Coyle Free Library 102 N Main St, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-1054 Fort Loudon Community Library 210 Mullen St, Ft Loudon 17224 717-369-4704 Grove Family Library 101 Ragged Edge Rd S, Chmbrsbg 17202 717-264-9663 Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library 305 E Baltimore St, Greencastle 17225 717-597-7920 Saint Thomas Library 30 School House Rd, St Thomas 17252 717-369-4716

LANCASTER COUNTY Adamstown Area Library 3000 N Reading Rd, Reinholds 17569 717-484-4200 Columbia Public Library 24 S Sixth St, Columbia 17512 717-684-2255 Eastern Lancaster Cty Library 11 Chestnut Dr, New Holland 17557 717-354-0525 Elizabethtown Public Library 10 S Market St, Elizabethtown 17022 717-367-7467 Ephrata Public Library 550 S Reading Rd, Ephrata 17522 717-738-9291 Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society 2215 Millstream Rd, Lancaster 17602 717-393-9745 Lancaster Public Library 125 N Duke St, Lancaster 17602 717-394-2651

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Richland Community Library 111 E Main St, Richland 17087 717-866-4939

PERRY COUNTY Community Library of Western Perry County 104 E Main St, Blain 17006 717-536-3761 Marysville-Rye Library 198 Overcrest Rd, Marysville 17053 717-957-2851 New Bloomfield Public Library 23 E McClure St, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-7426 Newport Public Library 316 N 4th St, Newport 17074 717-567-6860 YORK COUNTY Arthur Hufnagel Public Library 32 Main St, Glen Rock 17327 717-235-1127 Continued on page 52 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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LIBRARIES continued Collinsville Community Library 2632 Delta Rd, Brogue 17309 717-927-9014 Dillsburg Area Public Library 17 S Baltimore St, Dillsburg 717-432-5613 Dover Area Community Library 3700-3 Davidsburg Rd, Dover 17315 717-292-6814 Glatgelter Memorial 101 Glenview Rd, Spring Grove 17362 717-255-3220 Guthrie Memorial Library 2 Library Pl, Hanover 17331 717-632-5183 Kaltreider – Benfer Library 147 S Charles St, Red Lion 17356 717-244-2032 Kreutz Creek Valley Library Center 66 Walnut Springs Rd, York 717-252-4080 Martin Memorial Library 159 E Market St, York 17401 717-846-5300

LONG TERM CARE PLANNING

Advoz Mediation and Restorative Practices

(ad on page 53) 53 N Duke St, Ste 303, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2404

Legendary Support Coordinaton (ad on pages IBC)

4807 Jonestown Rd, #149, Hrsbrg 17109 717-775-1523

MEDIATION SERVICES

Advoz Mediation and Restorative Practices

(ad on page 53) 53 N Duke St, Ste 303, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2404

MEDICAID PLANNING

Bellomo & Associates (ad on page 1) 3198 E Market St, York 17402 717-845-5390

Hoffmeyer & Semmelman (ad on page 2) 30 N George St, York 1740 717-846-8846

Mason-Dixon Public Library 250 Bailey Dr, Stewartstown 17363 717-993-2404

MEDICARE & MEDICAID INFO PREFERRED PROVIDERS

Paul Smith Library 80 Constitution Av, Shrewsbury 17361 717-235-4313

Community Benefits Solutions, LLC (ad on page 56)

Penn State York 1031 Edgecomb Av, York 17403 717-771-4000 Red Land Community Library 48 Robinhood Dr, Etters 17319 717-938-5599 Village Library 35-C N Main St, York 17407 717-428-1034

www.communitybenefitssolutions.com 717-818-1827 PROVIDERS APPRISE 800-783-7067 – Adams County 318 W Middle St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-9296

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• Elder mediation: Adult Guardianship, Caregiver, Estate, Trust • Divorce & Custody • Home (Real Estate, Landlord/Tenant) • Business & Workplace

A Lancaster-based nonprofit organization founded to build community through dialogue. Mediation is a voluntary, confidential process in which neutral mediators support all parties in reaching a mutually acceptable resolution.

– Cumberland County 110 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 717-240-6110 – Dauphin County 2 S Second St, Harrisburg 17101 717-780-6130 – Franklin County 600 Norland Ave #11, Chmbrsburg 17201 717-262-2088 – Lancaster County 150 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-299-7979 – Lebanon County 710 Maple St, Lebanon 17046 717-273-9262 - Perry County 315 Keystone Way, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-5128 – York County 100 W Market St, York 17401 717-771-9610

717-397-2404 www.advoz.org

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www.communitybenefitssolutions.com 717-818-1827 County Assistance Office – Adams 225 S Franklin St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-6241 – Cumberland 33 Westminster Dr, Carlisle 717-240-2700 – Dauphin 2432 N 7th St, Harrisburg 17110 717-787-2324 – Franklin 620 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201 717-264-6121 – Lancaster 823 Manor St, Lancaster 17604 717-299-7411

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FACING CONFLICT IS A HEALTHY CHOICE?

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oon after four people in the mediated session sat down, they were wringing their hands with stress. Voices strained. The last months had literally brought headaches and Mediation is a process sleepless nights for some. And now each was being asked by mediators that enables people in to tell their story – to listen while conflict to talk through others told things from their vantage point. It was not easy. But their concerns with they had come too far to give up now. mediators who advocate Conflict brings stress. The only for a fair process. physical and mental effects of a dispute is one of the definitions of conflict. Those effects are worsened or prolonged by ignoring nagging issues or combatively undermining the other person to get what we want. But there is another way. Dealing with conflict in a structured

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we’ve too often seen, drive a lasting wedge between family members who fail to navigate it. Your family’s legacy, along with the health implications of prolonged, unresolved conflict are the basis for a new service, “Elder Mediation.” In Elder Mediation, two unbiased, trained volunteers help each member of your family present, sometimes with attorneys or other outside support, to have a healthy conversation about these special concerns. The mediators are not only prepared to help each person listen and tell their own story, but they also have special training to help navigate seniorspecific issues. Is it hard? Perhaps, though not nearly as painful as the alternatives. But most families who take advantage of mediation emerge from a session that began as stress-filled and handwringing to report resolution, re-connection and relief. Many even leave a mediation and immediately go out to eat. So, despite the initial stress of having a face-to-face dialogue around tough issues, restoring relationships and health is more than worth it.

FACING CONFLICT IS A HEALTHY CHOICE?

face-to-face dialogue like mediation not only relieves its stress, but also usually builds trust for the future. Mediation is a process that enables people in conflict to talk through their concerns with mediators who advocate only for a fair process. The mediation process moves parties from thinking about “what they want” to building on what they already have, to an attitude of gratitude. A growing body of research points to practices of gratitude having significant physical and health benefits. Paul Mills, a professor of family medicine and public health at the University of California San Diego, found that 186 men and women with heart disease showed physical improvements when they had attitudes and practices of gratitude. Other studies corroborate gratitude as a source of reducing stress and increasing refreshment from sleep. (NY Times, Nov. 21, 2011) The changes that come with life transitions in elder years bring natural opportunities for conflict. Increasing need for health care, moving your “home” and new financial decisions all raise divergent and emotional concerns. Dealing with these new issues can bring families together in their common concerns, or as

Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Chris Fitz, Executive Director, Community Engagement of Lancasterbased Advoz Mediation and Restorative Practices. See their ad on Page 53. Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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– Lebanon 625 S 8th St, Lebanon 17042 717-270-3600 – Perry 100 Centre Dr, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-2127 – York 130 N Duke St, York 17405 717-771-1100 Medicare & Medicaid Helpline 800-633-4227

MEDICARE/MEDICAID/INSURANCE

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www.communitybenefitssolutions.com 717-818-1827

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MEDICARE HEALTH PROVIDER

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(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332

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Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services - New Bloomfield 8401 Spring Rd. Ste 2, New Bloomfield 17068 717-589-4019 Holy Spirit Behavioral Health 503 N 21st St, Camp Hill 17011 717-763-2228 Hope Within Counseling Svcs 4748 E Harrisburg Pike, Elizabethtown 17022 717-367-9797 Philhaven Hospital 283 S Butler Rd, Mount Gretna 17064 717-273-8871 Recovery InSight Inc 1681 Crown Ave Ste 12, Lancaster 17601 717-517-8552

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WellSpan Behavioral Health 3550 Concord Rd, York 17402 717-851-6340 WellSpan Behavioral Health 1600 S George St, York 17403 717-812-4200 WellSpan Behavioral Health 1101 Edgar St Ste A, York 17403 717-851-1500

ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITALS OSS Health (ad on page 59) 1855 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-848-4800 ORTHOPAEDICS

Middletown Home, The

(ad on page 60) 999 W Harrisburg Pike, Middletown 17057 717-944-3351 ext 4128

Summit Behavioral Health 176 S Coldbrook Ave, Chmbrsbrg 17201 717-267-7480

OSS Health (ad on page 59)

TrueNorth Wellness Svcs -33 Frederick St, Hanover 17331 717-632-4900

OSS Health - Gettysburg

-625 W Elm Ave, Hanover 17331 717-632-4900 -5351C Jaycee Av Ste 1, Harrisburg 17112 717-657-2080 -73 E Forrest Ave Ste 340, Shrewsbury 17361 717-235-0199

1855 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-848-4800

(ad on page 59) 20 Expedition Trl #110B, Gttysburg 17055 717-339-0700

OSS Health East

(ad on page 59) 1750 Fifth Ave, York 17403 717-848-2297

-1195 Roosevelt Ave, York 17404 717-843-0800

 SS Health Foot & Ankle O Specialists (ad on page 59)

UPMC Pinnacle Lancaster 250 College Av, Lancaster 17603 717-291-8211

OSS Health Hanover

WellSpan Behavioral Health 781 Far Hills Dr, New Freedom 17349 717-812-2560

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3230 Eastern Blvd, York 17402 717-755-0722

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WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS WITH MENISCUS TEARS?

What are the Options with Meniscus Tears? Meniscus tears are among the most common knee injuries. When people talk about torn cartilage in the knee, they are usually referring to a torn meniscus. Your meniscus is a wedge-shaped piece of cartilage that sits between the thigh bone and the shin bone. It acts as a shock absorber and provides some stability to the knee. The meniscus is tough and rubbery to help cushion the joint and keep it stable. Sudden meniscus tears commonly occur with sports. Players may squat and twist the knee causing a tear. Older people are more prone to degenerative meniscus tears due to the cartilage weakening and thinning over time – just an awkward twist when walking or getting up from a chair may be enough to cause a tear.

Dr. Todd Curran

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OSS Health Mechanicsburg (ad on page 59) 856 Century Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-730-7099

PAIN MANAGEMENT

OSS Health (ad on page 59) 1861 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-718-2000

PALLIATIVE CARE

Asana Hospice & Palliative Care (ad on page 128)

4813 Jonestown Rd, Ste 201, Hrsbg 17109 717-715-8701

PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANCE

Autumn House East

(ad on page 167) 2618 E Market St, York 17402 717-755-5911

Autumn House West (ad on page 167) 914 W Market St, York 17401 717-845-7214

Caring Matters Home Care (ad on page 119) – Adams, Cumberland, Franklin 39 Queen St., Gettysburg 17325 717-321-1280 – Lancaster, Lebanon, York 888 Millersville Rd, Lancaster 17603 717-431-1211

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 entral Penn Nursing Care C Lancster (ad on page 105)

150 Farmington Lane, Lancaster 17601 717-824-3643

www.cpnc.com 717-569-0451

Comfort Keepers-York

MediQuest Staffing

ad on page 118) 227 W Market St, York 17401 717-942-1065

(ad on page 103) 600 E Eden Rd, Lancaster 17601 717-560-5160

Compassionate Hearts Personal Assistance

Oak Leaf Manor North

(ad on page 118) 1699 E Market St, York, 17403 717-757-2273

F irstLight Home Care of Cumberland & Dauphon Counties (ad on page 119)

4076 Market St, #201, Camp Hil 17011 717-525-7936

Oak Leaf Manor North

(ad on page 165) 2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville 17538 717-898-4663

Oak Leaf Manor South

(ad on page 165) 2101 Wabank Rd, Millersville 17551 717-872-9100

Palmstown Manor

(ad on page 169) 616 W Main St, Palmstown 17538 717-838-9000

PERSONALIZED SENIOR SERVICES

Autumn House East

(ad on page 167) 2618 E Market St, York 17402 717-755-5911

Autumn House West (ad on page 167) 914 W Market St, York 17401 717-845-7214

(ad on page 165) 2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville 17538 717-898-4663

Oak Leaf Manor South

(ad on page 165) 2101 Wabank Rd, Millersville 17551 717-872-9100

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

ComForCare Home Care Lancaster (ad on page 3)

 isiting Angels (ad on page 117) V - Hanover 104 Carlisle St Ste 1, Hanover 17331 717-630-0067

- Lancaster County

2141 Oregon Pk, Fl 2, Lancaster 17601 717-393-3450

- York

1840 E Market St, York 17402 717-751-2488

POWER OF ATTORNEY

Bellomo & Associates (ad on page 1) 3198 E Market St, York 17402 717-845-5390

Hoffmeyer & Semmelman (ad on page 2) 30 N George St, York 1740 717-846-8846

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Medicare 2018 “In A Nutshell” (Parts A, B & Medigap Plans) Original Medicare is a government health insurance program primarily for people age 65 and older. It has four main parts: A, B, C & D. The chart below is an example of how Parts A & B work together with a traditional Medicare supplement also known as a “Medigap Plan.” Medicare Part A Hospital Insurance

Medicare Part B Medical Insurance

Supplemental Policy Plans A - N Medigap

Generally no cost (If you paid Medicare taxes while working)

Most people pay monthly $134.00 (Premium could be higher based on income)

Premium varies by company, age, location & other factors.

$1,316 deductible (per benefit period) It is possible to pay the $1,316 deductible and other daily charges for multiple stays & extended care. Plan covers: Inpatient hospital care, home health care services, hospice, inpatient skilled nursing & more. Providers are paid by Medicare assignment. No coverage outside USA. No out-of-pocket maximum. Many people add a Medigap plan, Part D or an Advantage Plan (Part C) to fill the “gaps” in the coverage.

$183 annual deductible. 80/20 after deductible. Plan covers: health care providers, ambulance, emergency care, outpatient surgical, preventive services and other Medicare approved benefits. Most doctors accept Medicare patients. No coverage outside the USA. No out-of-pocket maximum. Many people add a Medigap plan, Part D or an Advantage Plan (Part C) to fill the “gaps” in the coverage.

These plans generally pay the Part A & B deductibles, the 20% not covered by Part B & other Medicare eligible benefits. When this coordinates with Medicare, many benefits are 100% covered Plans coordinate with any doctor or hospital that accepts Medicare Can provide benefits outside USA Plans are only available through insurance companies. Need to add a Part D plan to cover prescription drugs & avoid penalties. Must have Part A & B to enroll.

For more information visit www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE. There is no additional cost to use the services of a full time insurance professional. Please call us or a broker in your local area for additional assistance. This article was written by Craig N. Anderson, President of Anderson Benefits, Inc. located in Salt Lake City, Utah. To contact call: 877-363-9575 or craig@andersonbenefits.com 62 SENIORS BLUE BOOK OF SOUTH CENTRAL PA –WINTER - SUMMER 2018

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(Part C Advantage Plans & Part D) Medicare Advantage plans are governed by Medicare. They are only offered through insurance companies that have an annual contract with Medicare. They are NOT the same as Medigap policies. They must cover all Medicare approved services. Most Advantage plans include Part D prescription drug coverage. Advantage Plans Part C INSTEAD of a Medigap Plan (A-N)

Medicare Part D Drug Program

Premium varies by company and coverage. (Same premium for all ages).

Premium varies by company and coverage. (Same premium for all ages).

Part B premium $134 is still paid (Premium can be higher depending on income)

Plans are generally a variation of the following:

There are many plan types available: PPO, HMO, PFFS, etc.

Initial Coverage (Phase II) co-pay coverage until the total cost of the drugs = $3,750

Plans have co-pays and /or coinsurance for covered benefits & services.

Deductible (Phase I) $0 - $405 deductible

Plans have an annual out-of pocket maximum.

Coverage Gap (Phase III) The member now pays much more for covered drugs 44% generic / 35% brand There is a potential drug manufacture discount which will count toward the “True out-of-pocket” (TrOOP) You remain here until the $5,000 (TrOOP) has been met.

Plans may have additional services and discounts, including dental, vision, gym membership & more.

Catastrophic Coverage (Phase IV) For the remaining calendar year, covered drugs are: $3.35 / $8.35 or 5% depending on drug tier.

There is an Annual Election Period (AEP) which runs from October 15 - December 7 of each year. This is time to make changes in company or coverage.

Part D can be separate with Medigap & PFFS plans. There is a penalty for late enrollment into Part D.

Must have Part A & B to enroll.

Must have Part A or B to enroll.

Preventive care is covered 100%.

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Medicare 2018 “In A Nutshell”

Annual Election Period is Oct 15 - Dec 7 each year

For more information visit www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE. This information is the opinion of the author and intended as an easy to read summary. This is not a contract. Additional limitations and exclusions may apply to services. In the event of any inconsistencies with Medicare or with a published medical insurers certificate, the certificate / Medicare will control. Prepared 11/2017 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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When a meniscus tear occurs, people typically feel or hear a pop. The majority of people can still walk. Over the next 2-3 days, there may be the following symptoms: • Increased pain with twisting the knee • Stiffness and swelling • Catching or locking of the knee • The sensation of “giving way” • Decreased range of motion

DIAGNOSIS

Older people are more prone to degenerative meniscus tears due to the cartilage weakening and thinning over time – just an awkward twist when walking or getting up from a chair may be enough to cause a tear.

When diagnosing a meniscus tear, a thorough examination is done to check for range of motion, swelling and tenderness along the joint line, as well as pain or a clicking sensation. Some imaging tests may be ordered to help confirm the diagnosis, such as an x-ray or MRI. Continued on page 70

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Benefits Checkup 202-479-1200

CUMBERLAND COUNTY

Church Of God Home

(ad on page 146) 801 N Hanover St, Carlisle 17013 717-866-3853

Lily Patient Assistance Program 877-795-4559

ManorCare Health Services

Merek Patient Assistance Program 800-727-5400

- Camp Hill

Novartis Medicare Drug Plan Assistance Line 800-620-3292 PACE Plus Medicare 555 Walnut St, Harrisburg 17101 717-787-7313 Partnership for Prescription Asst. 877-777-7578 Pennsylvania Patient Assistance Program Clearinghouse (PA PAP) 800-955-0989 Pfizer RX Pathways 866-706-2400 Pharmaceutical Assistance for the Aged & Disabled (PAAD) 800-792-9745

REAL ESTATE LAW

Hoffmeyer & Semmelman (ad on page 2) 30 N George St, York 1740 717-846-8846

REHABILITATION FACILITIES ADAMS COUNTY

Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community (ad on page 67,181) 2990 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford 17350 717-624-5437

(ad on page 69, 184-185)

1700 Market St, Camp Hill 17201 717-737-8551

– Carlisle

940 Walnut Bottom Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-249-0085

Oaks Skilled Nursing at Bethany Village, The

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PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE & DISCOUNTED MEDICATIONS

(ad on page 145) 5225 Wilson Ln, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-591-8004

Vibra Rehabilitation Center

(ad on page 64) 707 Shpeherdstown Rd, Mchncsbrg 17055 717-591-2102

DAUPHIN COUNTY

Homeland Center

(ad on page 132) 1901 N Fifth St, Harrisburg 17102 717-221-7900

Middletown Home, The

(ad on page 60) 999 W Harrisburg Pike, Middletown 17057 717-944-3351 ext 4128

FRANKLIN COUNTY

ManorCare Health Services – Chambersburg

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LANCASTER COUNTY

-Lancaster

100 Abbeyville Rd, Lancaster 17603 717-397-4261

Ephrata Manor (ad on page 66)

Mennonite Home

Homestead Village Enhanced Senior Living

Willow Valley Communities

99 Bethany Rd, Ephrata 17522 717-738-4940

(ad on page 161 Insert, 169) 1800 Village Circle, Lancaster 17604 717-397-4831

Luther Acres (ad on page 181) 400 St Luke Dr, Lititz 17543 717-892-5355

ManorCare Health Services (ad on page 66, 184-185)

(ad on page 135) 1520 Harrisburg Pike. Lancaster 17601 717-390-7979 (ad on page 196)

- The Glen

675 Willow Valley Sqr, Lancaster 17602 717-940-4828

- Lakeside

300 Willow Valley Lakes Dr, Willow Street 17584 717-940-4828

-Elizabethtown

320 S Market St, Elizabethtown 17022 717-367-1377

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LEBANON COUNTY

Countryside Christian Community (ad on page 195)

200 Bellann Ct, Annville, Lebanon 17003 717-867-4636

Lebanon Valley Home, The (ad on page 68) 550 E Main St, Annville 17003 717-867-4467

ManorCare Health Services – Lebanon (ad on page 69, 184-185) 900 Tuck St, Lebanon 17042 717-273-8595

Spang Crest (ad on page 181) 945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042 717-450-7859

Stoneridge Poplar Run

(ad on page 146) 440 E Lincoln Ave, Myerstown 17067 717-866-3504

Stoneridge Towne Centre (ad on page 146) 7 W Park Ave, Myerstown 17067 717-866-3504

YORK COUNTY

ManorCare Health Services (ad on page 69, 184-185)

-Dallastown

100 W Queen St, Dallastown 17313 717-246-1671

-Kingston Ct

2400 Kingston Ct, York 17402 717-755-8811

-York North

1770 Barley Rd, York 17408 717-767-6530

-York South

200 Pauline Dr, York 17402 717-741-0824

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Misericordia Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (ad on page 195) 998 S Russell St, York 17402 717-755-1964

REHABILITATION HOSPITALS – INPATIENT Carlisle Regional Medical Center 361 Alexander Spring Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-960-3262 Chambersburg Hospital 112 North Seventh St, Chmbrsbrg 17201 717-267-3000 HealthSouth Rehabilitation -Mechanicsburg 175 Lancaster Rd, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-691-4834

-York 1850 Normandie Dr, York 17404 717-767-6941 Lancaster Rehab Hospital 675 Good Dr, Lancaster 17604 717-406-3000 Penn State Hershey Rehab, LLC 1135 Old W Chocolate Av, Hmlstwn 17036 717-832-2600 WellSpan Surgery & Rehab Hospital 55 Monument Rd, York 17403 717-812-6100

REHABILITATION SERVICES

Homeland HomeHealth (ad on page 132) 2300 Vartan Way, Ste 270 Harrisburg 17102 717-221-7890

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ManorCare locations in: Carlisle Camp Hill Chambersburg Dallastown Elizabethtown Kingston Court Lancaster Lebanon York North York South Central Intake 1.800.487.9603

manorcare.com

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RENAL CARE

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-724-6605

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 1001 S George St 5th Fl, York 17405 717-972-4580

Select Specialty Hospital

(ad on page IFC) 503 N 21st St 5th Fl, Camp Hill 17011 717-972-4580

RESPIRATORY CARE

Heartland Home Health and Hospice(ad on page 184-185)

Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332

Select Specialty Hospital

(ad on page IFC) 503 N 21st St 5th Fl, Camp Hill 17011 717-972-4580

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-724-6605

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 1001 S George St 5th Fl, York 17405 717-972-4580

3417-C Concord Rd, York 17402 800-830-9750

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RESPITE CARE Respite is a period of rest or relief for those who give constant care to another. Many skilled nursing facilities and personal care or assisted living communities offer this service.

Artis Senior Living - West Shore (ad on page 160 Insert)

ADAMS COUNTY

Church Of God Home

Caring Matters Home Care (ad on page 119) – Adams, Cumberland, Franklin 39 Queen St., Gettysburg 17325 717-321-1280

Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community (ad on page 67,181) 2990 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford 17350 717-624-5437

CUMBERLAND COUNTY

150 N 12th St, Lemoyne 17043 717-409-8921 (ad on page 146) 801 N Hanover St, Carlisle 17013 717-866-3553

Crossings at West Shore, The (ad on page 167, BC) 2910 Technology Pkwy, Mchncsbrg 17050 717-402-1200

FirstLight Home Care of Cumberland & Dauphin Counties (ad on page 119)

4076 Market St, #201, Camp Hil 17011 717-525-7936

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WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS WITH MENISCUS TEARS?

TREATMENT OPTIONS

Based on the type, size and location of the tear, there are a few options. If the meniscus has rich blood supply, it may heal on its own over 2-3 months. If symptoms persist but the knee is stable, nonsurgical treatment may be all that is needed. This involves protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications may be prescribed to help reduce pain and swelling If the meniscus lacks a good blood supply, however, these tears do not heal. Tears in this zone are usually surgically trimmed away. So, the type of tear, your age, activity level and any related injuries help determine the treatment plan. Immediately after surgery, weight-bearing and activities are restricted for a period of time. Once the initial healing is complete, exercises are prescribed for rehabilitation exercises to restore range of motion and strength if necessary. For the most part, this can be done at home. Rehabilitation takes about 3 months. Stay the course and your therapy team will partner with you for your health & wellness.

Editor’s Note: This article was contributed by Dr. Todd Curran, an orthopaedic surgeon with OSS Health. See their ad on page 59.

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100 North State Street, Ephrata, PA 17522

www.KeystoneVilla.com | 717-738-5700 RESPITE CARE continued

Golden Maple Memory Care at Bethany Village (ad on page 145) 325 Wesley Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-591-8004

Maplewood Assisted Living at Bethany Village (ad on page 145) 325 Wesley Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-591-8004

Vibra Rehabilitation Center (ad on page 64) 707 Shpeherdstown Rd, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-591-2102

Homeland Center

(ad on page 132) 1901 N Fifth St, Harrisburg 17102 717-221-7900

Specialty Home Care

(ad on page 115) 1251 E Chocolate Ave, Hershey 17033 717-533-4400

LANCASTER COUNTY

Caring Matters Home Care (ad on page 119) – Lancaster, Lebanon, York 888 Millersville Rd, Lancaster 17603 717-431-1211

Central Penn Nursing Care Lancaster (ad on page 105)

DAUPHIN COUNTY

1910 Fruitville Pike, #1, Lancaster 17601 717-569-0451

Arden Courts Susquehanna of Harrisburg

Homestead Village Enhanced Senior Living

(ad on page Insert 184-185) 2625 Ailanths Ln, Harrisburg 17110 717-540-7018

Greenfield Senior Living at Graysonview (ad on page 162-163) 150 Kempton Av, Harrisburg 17111 717-943-1240

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Keystone Villa at Ephrata (ad on page 71) 100 N. State St, Ephrata 17522 717-738-5700

Luther Acres (ad on page 181) 300 St Mark Ave, Lititz 17543 717-892-5355

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ManorCare Health ServicesElizabethtown (ad on page 69, 184-185) 320 S Market St, Elizabethtown 17022 717-367-1377

Oak Leaf Manor North

(ad on page 165) 2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville 17538 717-898-4663

Oak Leaf Manor South

(ad on page 165) 2101 Wabank Rd, Millersville 17551 717-872-9100

St John’s Herr Estate

(ad on page 181) 200 Luther Ln, Columbia 17512 717-892-5120

Visiting Angels (ad on page 117) – Lancaster County

2141 Oregon Pike, Fl 2, Lancaster 17601 717-393-3450

Spang Crest (ad on page 181) 945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042 717-450-7859

Stoneridge Poplar Run

(ad on page 146) 440 E Lincoln Ave, Myerstown 17067 717-866-3504

Stoneridge Towne Centre (ad on page 146) 7 W Park Ave, Myerstown 17067 717-866-3504

YORK COUNTY

Brunswick at Longstown, The (ad on page 171,175) 2830 Carol Rd, York 17402 717-755-7600

Compassionate Hearts Personal Assistance (ad on page 118) 1699 E Market St, York, 17403 717-757-2273

Haven at Springwood, The

(ad on page 196)

(ad on page 165) 2321 Freedom Way, York 17402 717-741-9919

675 Willow Valley Lakes Dr, Lncstr 17602 717-940-4828

Visiting Angels (ad on page 117) - Hanover

925 Willow Vly Lks Dr, Willow Street 17584 717-940-4828

- York

Willow Valley Communities - The Glen

- Meadow Ridge

LEBANON COUNTY

Countryside Christian Community (ad on page 195)

200 Bellann Ct, Annville, Lebanon 17003 717-867-4636

Linden Village (ad on page 184-185) 100 Tuck Ct, Lebanon 17042 717-274-7400

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104 Carlisle St Ste 1, Hanover 17331 717-630-0067 1840 E Market St, York 17402 717-751-2488

RETIREMENT PLANNING

Zunic Advisory Services (ad on page 12) www.zunicadvisory.com 717-764-8992

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Moravian Center Adult Day (ad on page 13) 227 N Queen St, Lancaster 17603 717-490-6225

 enior Commons at S Powder Mill (ad on page 149,183) 1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-814-5217

Traditions of Hershey

(ad on page 137,169) 100 N Larkspur Rd, Palmyra 17078 717-296-1303

SENIOR CENTERS ADAMS COUNTY Big Spring Senior Center 91 Doubling Gap Rd,#1, Newville 17241 717-776-4478 East Berlin Area Senior Center 130 W King St Rear, East Berlin 17316 717-259-9630 Fairfield Area Senior Center 106 Steelman St, Fairfield 17320 717-642-6170 Gettysburg Area Senior Center 142 N Stratton St, Gettysburg 17325 717-344-5012 Littlestown Senior Center 10 Locust St, Littlestown 17340 717-359-7743 McSherrystown Senior Center 201 S 3rd St, McSherrystown 17344 717-632-7998 Upper Adams Senior Center 2950 Table Rock Rd, Biglerville 17307 717-677-6370

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York Springs Senior Center 406 Main St, York Springs 17372 717-528-8921

CUMBERLAND COUNTY Branch Creek Place 115 N Fayette St, Shippensburg 17257 717-300-3563 Carlisle Senior Action Center 20 E Pomfret St, Carlisle 17013 717-249-5007 Mary C Schaner Senior Center 98 S Enola Dr, Enola 17025 717-732-3915 Mechanicsburg Place 97 W Portland St, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-697-5947

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West Shore Senior Citizens Center 122 Geary Ave, New Cumberland 17070 717-774-0409

DAUPHIN COUNTY Bistline Senior Center 1291 S 28th St, Harrisburg 17111 717-561-8493 E Hanover Senior Center 8848 Jonestown Rd, Grantville 17028 717-469-7514 Friendship Senior Center 5000 Commons Dr, Harrisburg 17112 717-657-1547 Heinz – Menaker Senior Center 1824 N 4th St, Harrisburg 17102 717-238-7860 Hoy/Latsha Senior Center 301 Mohn St, Harrisburg 17113 717-939-9833 Continued on page 74 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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SENIOR CENTERS continued Jewish Community Center Senior Adult Program 3301 N Front St, Harrisburg 717-236-9555 Lick Towers Senior Center 1301 N 6th St, Harrisburg 17102 717-233-0388 Lykens Senior Center 200 W Main St, Lykens 17048 717-453-8350 Millersburg Senior Center 109 Edward Dr, Millersburg 717-692-2657 Mohler Senior Center 25 Hope Dr, Hershey 17033 717-533-2002 Rutherford House 3300 Parkview Ln, Harrisburg 17111 717-564-5682

FRANKLIN COUNTY Chambersburg Senior Activity Ctr 600 Norland Ave Ste 11, Chmbrsbg 17201 717-264-8191 Fort Loudon Senior Activity Center 142 Mullen St, Ft Loudon 17224 717-369-2520 Greencastle Senior Center 10615 Antrim Church Rd, Greencastle 17225 717-597-2020 Mont Alto Senior Activity Center 517 S Main St, Mont Alto 17237 717-749-7294 Path Valley Senior Activity Center 20344 School Rd, Dry Run 17220 717-349-7227

Tuscarora Senior Activity Center 11300 Ft Loudon Rd, Mercersburg 17326 717-328-4744 Upper Strasburg Sr Activity Center 1008 Community Rd, Upr Strasburg 17265 717-530-1186

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Liverpool Senior Citizens Center 403 Union St, Liverpool 17045 717-444-7305

Senior Center – Columbia UMC 510 Walnut St, Columbia 17512 717-684-4850

Marysville Senior Citizens Center 198 Leonard Rd, Marysville 717-957-2525

Solanco Senior Center 184 S Lime St, Quarryville 17566 717-786-4770

Millerstown Senior Citizens Center 99 W Greenwood St, Millerstown 17062 717-589-3950

LEBANON COUNTY Annville Senior Community Center 200 S White Oak St, Annville 17003 717-867-1796 Lebanon Palmyra Senior Community Center 101 S Railroad St, Palmyra 17078 717-838-8237 Maple St Senior Community Center 710 Maple St, Lebanon 17046 717-273-1048 Myerstown Senior Community Ctr 59 N Ramona Rd, Myerstown 17067 717-866-6786 Northern Lebanon Senior Community Center 335 N Lancaster St, Jonestown 17038 717-865-0944

PERRY COUNTY Blain Senior Citizens Center 7 Blain Rd, Blain 17006 717-536-3630 Central Perry Community Senior Citizens Center 225 W Main St, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-4508 Duncannon Senior Citizens Center 301 High St, Duncannon 17020 717-834-4777

Newport Senior Citizens Center 2 N 2nd St, Ste 1, Newport 717-567-6058

YORK COUNTY Crispus Attucks Association 605 S Duke St, York 17401 717-848-3610

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Delta Area Senior Center Inc 5 Pendyrus St Ste 1, Delta 17314 717-456-5753 Dillsburg Senior Activity Center Inc 1 N Second St, Dillsburg 17019 717-432-2216 Golden Connections Community Center inc 20C Gotham Pl, Red Lion 17356 717-244-7229 Heritage Senior Center Inc 3700-4 Davidsburg Rd, Dover 17315 717-292-7471 Northeastern Area Social Svc Center of York County Inc 131 Center St, Mount Wolf 717-266-1400 Red Land Senior Center Inc 736 Wyndamere Rd, Lewisberry 17339 717-938-4649 September House Inc – York Community Seniors 1251 W King St, York 17404 717-848-4417 Continued on page 76 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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SENIOR CENTERS continued South Central York Cty - Sr Ctr Inc 150 E Main St, New Freedom 17349 717-235-6060 Stewartstown Senior Center Inc 26 S Main St, Stewartstown 17363 717-993-3488 Susquehanna Area Senior Ctr Inc 2427 Craley Rd, Wrightsville 17368 717-244-0340 White Rose Senior Center Inc 27 S Broad St, York 17403 717-843-9704 Windy Hill on the Campus 1472 Roth’s Church Rd Ste 103, Spring Grove 17362 717-225-0733

York Jewish Community Center (ad on page 31,77) 2000 Hollywood Dr, York 17403 717-843-0918 Yorktown Senior Center Inc 509 Pacific Av, York 17404 717-854-0693

SENIOR HEALTH CLINICS PREFERRED PROVIDERS

Hanover Medical Group Adult Medicine MultiSpecialty Group

(ad on page 46-47, 79) 250 Fame Ave Ste 235, Hanover 17331 717-646-7385

OSS Health Internal Medicine (ad on page 59) 1938 Security Dr., York 17402 717-741-5600

PROVIDERS CUMBERLAND COUNTY SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE 1920 Good Hope Rd, Enola 717-728-5433 FRANKLIN COUNTY Family First Health 1275 York Road Ste 17, Gettysburg 17325 717-337-9400 SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE 840 Fifth Ave, Chambersburg 17201 800-840-9081

LANCASTER COUNTY Albright LIFE 417 W Frederick St, Lancaster 17603 717-381-4320 Hope Within Community Health Center 4748 E Harrisburg Pk, Elizbthtwn 17022 717-367-9797 Water Street Health Svcs 210 S Prince St, Lancaster 17603 717-358-2017 Welsh Mountain Medical Center 584 Springville Rd, New Holland 17557 717-354-4711 LEBANON COUNTY Albright LIFE 113 S 9th St, Lebanon 17042 717-376-1133 Volunteers in Medicine 711 S 8th St, Lebanon 17042 717-272-2252 YORK COUNTY Family First Health – 1230 High St, Hanover 17331 717-632-9052

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(ad on page 46-47,79) 250 Fame Ave Ste 235, Hanover 17331 717-646-7385 Healthy Community Network 116 S George St Ste 101, York 17401 717-812-2990

OSS Health Internal Medicine (ad on page 59) 1938 Security Dr., York 17402 717-741-5600

SENIOR ORGANIZATIONS & SERVICES PREFERRED PROVIDERS

Alzheimer’s Association – Grtr PA Chapter (ad on page 23, 25) – Harrisburg www.alz.org/pa 800-272-3900 -Lititz www.alz.org/pa 800-272-3900

PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) (ad on page 81) 800-753-8827

PROVIDERS American Council of the Blind 800-424-8666 American Kidney Fund 800-638-8299 American Liver Foundation 800-465-4837 American Parkinson Disease Assoc 800-223-2732 American Stroke Association 800-553-6321 Arthritis Foundation 800-283-7800 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 800-344-4823 Easter Seals Society 800-221-6827 Huntington’s Disease Society of America 800-345-4372 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society 800-286-8159 Lupus Foundation of America 800-558-0121

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“It always seems too early, until it’s too late.” CONVERSATION It’s an all-too-common refrain from loved ones T O D A Y who waited too long to have conversations about end-oflife care preferences. I, myself, live with regret of a decision made with my husband as he neared the end of his life. We followed the expert recommendations of his care team to move him from home to inpatient hospice care, but he and I both knew he wished to die at home. When the decision had to be made, he was so close to death that we couldn’t have the conversation with his family. Eleven years later, I still wonder: “What if…?” Today – not tomorrow – we all should consider if our wishes are known by those who will speak for us when we near death. Today – not tomorrow Advance care planning is not just – we all should about old age. At any age, a medical consider if our wishes crisis could leave you too ill to make are known by those your own health care decisions. who will speak for us Even if you are not sick now, when we near death. making health care plans for the future is an important step toward making sure you get the medical care you would want. It guides doctors and family members in making the decisions for you. Have the conversation today with your loved ones. At the end of any advance care planning conversation, you should have these “five wishes” clearly understood by your family:

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How you will share your stories with those you love, and what do you want your family to do for arrangements once you die?

Here is what you can do today to plan for your health horizon: Gather resources. Find conversation starters, issues to consider and instructions for completing advance directives at WellSpan.org/ HorizonPlanning. Start with yourself: What are your own health care decisions? Consider what will be important as you near death. Involve loved ones: Mutually share your wishes. Have many conversations as life and health changes. Readiness: Give your advance care plans to your physician/hospital so your wishes can be known and honored. Everyone has a health horizon. You should plan for it. You and your family will be glad you did. To learn more about WellSpan’s Horizon Planning, visit WellSpan.org/ HorizonPlanning.

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SENIOR ORGANIZATIONS & SERVICES continued Muscular Dystrophy Association 800-572-1717 National Council on Aging 800-424-9046 National Kidney Foundation 800-622-9010 National Multiple Sclerosis Society 800-344-4867 National Parkinson Foundation 800-327-4545 United Way - 211 www.firstcall.org 211

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PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) (ad on page 81) 800-753-8827

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Alzheimer’s Association – Greater PA Chapter – Harrisburg (ad on page 23, 25)

2595 Interstate Dr, #100, Harrisburg 17110 800-272-3900 American Red Cross – Greater Susquehanna Chapter www.redcross.org/pa/harrisburg 866 311-3832 MDA Clinic – Hershey Medical Ctr 500 University Dr, Hershey 17033 717-531-7122 Mental Health Association of the Capital Region 200 N Third St, Harrisburg 17101 717-236-3300

Muscular Dystrophy Association – Harrisburg 2080 Linglestown Rd, Harrisburg 17110 717-540-4316 PA Mental Health Consumers Assoc 4105 Derry St, Harrisburg 17111 717-564-4930 Pennsylvania Psychological Assoc 416 Forste R St, Harrisburg 717-232-3817

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Alzheimer’s Association – Greater PA Chapter – Lititz (ad on page 23, 25) 706 Rothsville Rd, Lititz 17543 800-272-3900 American Cancer Society 314 Good Dr, Lancaster 17603 800-227-2345 American Heart Association 610 Community Way, Lancaster 17603 717-393-0725 Lancaster Area Kidney Association 2100 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster 17604 717-397-4019 Lancaster Association for the Deaf 820 N Cherry St, Lancaster 17601 717-396-9311 MHA – Mental Health Information/Advocacy 630 Janet Av, Lancaster 17601 717-397-7461 Nuestra Clinica Education & Prevention Svcs 453 S Lime St, Lancaster 17602 717-295-7994

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LEBANON COUNTY Community Health Council of Lebanon County 615 Cumberland St, Lebanon 17042 717-273-8893

YORK COUNTY American Cancer Society – York www.cancer.org 717-264-6266 American Heart Association – Lebanon & York www.americanheart.org 717-207-4266 American Red Cross – Greater Hanover Chapter www.hanoverredcross.org 717-637-3768 American Red Cross – York Chapter www.redcross.org/pa/York 717-845-2751 American Stroke Association – Lebanon & York www.strokeassociation.org 717-207-4266 Arthritis Foundation – Central PA Chapter www.arthritis.org 717-763-0900 Community Progress Council – Foster Grandparent Program www.yorkcpc.org 717-846-4600

United Way – York County www.unitedway-york.org 717-755-1000

SLEEP APNEA DENTAL CENTER

Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332

SLEEP CENTERS

Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

(ad on page 83) 250 Fame Ave, Ste 206, Hanover 17331 717-632-1332 Sleep Disorder Centers Chambersburg Hospital, 112 N 7th St, Chambersburg 17201 717-267-7162 WellSpan Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine 3440B Rothsville Rd, Ephrata 17522 717-738-4334 WellSpan Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine 227 Granite Run Dr Ste 110, Lncstr 17601 717-560-5156 WellSpan Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine 435 S Kinzer Ave Ste 10 New Holland 17557 717-315-2454 WellSpan York Hospital Sleep Center 4020 Carlisle Rd, Dover 17315 717-851-4541

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SOCIAL SECURITY Social Security Administration 800-633-4227 – Cumberland 200 S Spring Garden St, Carlisle 17013 800-772-1213 – Dauphin 555 Walnut St, Harrisburg 17101 888-327-1176 – Franklin 50 N 3rd St, Chambersburg 800-772-1214 – Lancaster 1809 Olde Homestead Ln Ste 104, Lancaster 17601 888-384-9919 – Lebanon 924 Russell Dr, Lebanon 17042 800-772-1214 – York 2670 Industrial Hwy Ste 2, York 17402 800-772-1213

SOCIAL SERVICES

Legendary Support Coordinaton (ad on pages IBC)

4807 Jonestown Rd, #149, Hrsbrg, 17109 717-775-1523 PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) www.berkslancasterlebanonlink.org 800-753-8827

PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources (APPRISE/MIPPA) (ad on page 81) 1100 Claremont Rd, Carlisle 17015 800-753-8827

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Bellomo & Associates (ad on page 1) 3198 E Market St, York 17402 717-845-5390

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American Parkinson Disease Association 800-223-2732

-625 W Elm Ave, Hanover 17331 717-632-4900

Arthritis Foundation 800-283-7800

-5351C Jaycee Av Ste 1, Harrisburg 17112 717-657-2080

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society 800-286-8159

-73 E Forrest Ave Ste 340, Shrewsbury 17361 717-235-0199

National Family Caregivers Assoc 800-896-3650

-1195 Roosevelt Ave, York 17404 717-843-0800 WellSpan Crisis Hotline 800-673-2496 York / Adams Mental Health Prgm 100 W Market St, York 17401 717-771-9618 York Hospital Crisis Intervention Services 1101 S Edgar St Ste C, York 717-851-5320

SUPPORT GROUPS & SERVICES

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American Cancer Society 800-227-2345 American Council of the Blind 800-424-8666 American Diabetes Association 800-342-2383 American Heart Association 800-242-8721 American Lung Association 800-586-4872

National Parkinson Foundation 800-327-4545 PleaseLive.org www.pleaselive.org/supportgroups.html

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Bethany Village Parkinson’s (ad on page 145)

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325 Wesley Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-766-0279 Country Meadows of Mechanicsburg - Alzheimer’s / Dementia 4905 Trindle Rd, Mechanicsburg 17050 717-737-4028 Messiah Lifeways at Carlisle Brethren in Christ Church - Caregiving 1155 Walnut Botoom Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-243-0447 Messiah Lifeways at Messiah Village - Caregiving 100 Mount Allen Dr, Mchncsbrg 17055 717-790-8156

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Arden Courts – Alzheimer’s (ad on page 184-185) 2625 Ailanthus Ln, Harrisburg 17110 717-540-7018

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SUPPORT GROUPS & SERVICES continued Brookdale Harrisburg – Alzheimer’s 3560 N Progress Ave, Harrisburg 17110 Country Meadows of Hershey Alzheimer’s / Dementia 451 Sand Hill Rd, Hershey 17033 717-533-6996

Providence Place Of Chambersburg - Alzheimer’s 2085 Wayne Rd, Chambersburg 17202 717-709-0668 Quincy Village - Alzheimer’s 6596 Orphanage Rd, Bryson Room, Waynesboro 17268 717-749-2330

Ecumenical Retirement Community – Alzheimer’s 3525 Canby St, Harrisburg 17109 717-561-2590

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Frey Village – Alzheimer’s 1020 North Union St, Middletown 17057 717-930-1200

ComForCare Home Care Lancaster (ad on page 3)

Greenfield Senior Living at Graysonview – Alzheimer’s (ad on page 162-163) 150 Kempton Av, Harrisburg 17111 717-943-1240

Manor at Susquehanna Village – Alzheimer’s 990 Medical Rd, Millersburg 17061 717-497-2582 Penn State Hershey Medical Center Support Groups 500 University Dr, Hershey 17033 800-243-1455

FRANKLIN COUNTY Chambersburg Hospital Stroke Club 112 N Seventh St, Chambersburg 17201 717-267-7901 Leland, The - Alzheimer’s Workshop 120 W Main St, Waynesboro 17268 717-749-0083 Magnolias Of Chambersburg Alzheimer’s 735 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201 717-264-6000

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150 Farmington Lane, Lancaster 17601 717-824-3643 Country Meadows of Lancaster Alzheimer’s / Dementia 1380 Elm Ave, Lancaster 17603 717-392-4100 Garden Spot Village – Alzheimer’s 433 S Kinzer Ave, New Holland 17557 717-355-6000

Homestead Village – Alzheimer’s

(ad on page 161 Insert, 169) 1800 Village Circle, Lancaster 17604 717-397-4831 Hospice & Community Care – Caregiver Support Groups www.hospiceoflancaster.org 717-735-2491

Keystone Villa at Ephrata Alzheimer’s (ad on page 71)

100 N. State St, Ephrata 17522 717-738-5700 Lancaster Health Diabetes Support Group 2100 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster 17604 717-544-5511

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Lebanon Valley Home Hospice (ad on page 68)

550 E Main St, Annville 17003 717-867-4467

Linden Village – Alzheimer’s

Masonic Village at Elizabethtown One Masonic Dr, Elizabethtown 17022 717-367-1121

(ad on page 184-185) 100 Tuck Ct, Lebanon 17042 717-274-7400

Mennonite Home - Alzheimer’s

StoneRidge Poplar Run – Alzheimer’s (ad on page 146)

(ad on page 135) 1520 Harrisburg Pike. Lancaster 17601 717-390-7979

Oak Leaf Manor North – Alzheimer’s

(ad on page 165) 2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville 17538 717-898-4663

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(ad on page 165) 2101 Wabank Rd, Millersville 17551 717-872-9100 Pleasant View Retirement Community – Alzheimer’s 544 N Penryn Rd, Manheim 17545 717-665-2445

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675 Willow Valley Sqr, Lancaster 17602 717-940-4828

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Autumn House East-Grief (ad on page 167) 2618 E Market St, York 17402 717-755-5911

Coping with Chronic Cancer 717-741-8100 Country Meadows of York- South Alzheimer’s / Dementia 2760 Pine Grove Rd, York 17403 717-741-5118 Country Meadows of York West - Alzheimer’s / Dementia 1920 Trolley Rd, York 17408 717-764-1190 ForSight Vision 1380 Spahn Av, York 17403 717-848-1690 Continued on page 89 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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Struggli n g with Sleep Apnea? ARe you or a loved one struggling with a CPAP to treat obstructive sleep apnea? The sad truth is that many people who have had CPAP therapy prescribed to treat their obstructive sleep apnea are unable or unwilling to wear their CPAP every night for their entire length of sleep. While some patients are very compliant and use their CPAP faithfully every night as prescribed, there is research that suggests that non-tolerance/ non-compliance with CPAP is over 80%. Once prescribed, there is usually little follow-up for these patients and like Supreme Court Justice Scalia, many will die in their sleep with their unused CPAP on the night stand or in the bedroom closet. Oral appliance therapy (OAT) is becoming the primary treatment for mild and moderate obstructive sleep apnea when patient preference is taken into consideration. When effectiveness is coupled with actual compliance, the true effectiveness of oral appliances meets or exceeds the effectiveness of CPAP therapy. There are over 100 FDA-approved custom made oral appliances for obstructive sleep apnea and both Medicare and standard medical insurance plans cover oral appliance therapy performed by a qualified sleep dentist. Oral appliances need to be both custom-made and adjustable by the treating dentist over a series of visits with a home sleep test administered after 3-4 months treatment to validate effectiveness.

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SUPPORT GROUPS & SERVICES continued Hanover Hall – Alzheimer’s 267 Frederick St, Hanover 17331 717-637-8937

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover – AWAKE (Alert, Well and Keeping Energetic) (ad on page 46-47,79) 717-316-2229

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover – Better Breathers Club (ad on page 46-47, 79) 717-316-2159

 PMC Pinnacle Hanover U - Depression Support Group (ad on page 46-47, 79) 717-316-6905

 PMC Pinnacle Hanover – U Diabetes Table Talk (ad on page 46-47, 79) 717-316-2118

strokes. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with A-fib, stroke, recent onset high blood pressure or congestive heart failure and have not yet had a sleep study, it is important to request your physician order one right away. Editor’s Note: This article was contributed by Terry M. Gordon, DDS – Dental Director of PA Center for Dental Sleep Medicine and Sleep-Qualified Dentist of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine. Please see their ad on page 83.

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It is important to make sure the dentist is qualified to treat obstructive sleep apnea in that they have one of the following designations: Sleep-Qualified Dentist of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine Fellow or Diplomate of the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) is found in over 92% of stroke patients and may be a primary cause of A-fib. Treating your obstructive sleep apnea can play an important role in the prevention of cardiac deaths and

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover – Grief Support Group (ad on page 46-47, 79) 717-316-6905

Hanover Intergroup AA www.hanoverintergroup.org 717-451-3991 Homewood at Plum Creek – Alzheimer’s 425 Westminster Ave, Hanover 17331 717-637-4166 Providence Place Senior Living – Alzheimer’s/Dementia 3377 Fox Run Rd, Dover 17315 717-767-4500 SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Kelly Drive - Alzheimer’s 750 Kelly Dr, York 17404 717-848-2585 Continued on page 90 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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TRANSPORTATION

Central Penn Nursing Care Lancaster (ad on page 105) www.cpnc.com 717-569-0451

Comfort Keepers-York (ad on page 118) 227 W Market St, York 17401 717-942-1065

Elder Healthcare Solutions (ad on page 18) ehs-pa.com 717-850-9770

Integrated Medical Transport www.integratedmedicaltransport.com 717-590-8179 Lebanon Transit 200 Willow St, Lebanon 17046 717-274-3664 Love Inc of Lancaster County www.loveinclancaster.org 717-735-7540

MediQuest Staffing

(ad on page 103) 600 E Eden Rd, Lancaster 17601 717-560-5160 National Center on Senior Transportation 866-528-6278 Rabbit Transit 415 Zarfoss Dr, York 17404 717-846-7433 Red Rose Transit Authority 45 Erick Rd, Lancaster 17601 717-291-1243 SpiriTrust Lutheran - Touch a Life Program -2100 Utz Terrace, Hanover 17331 717-646-2460 -1801 Fokemer Cir, York 17404 717-854-4313 -1075 Old Harrisburg Rd, Gtysbrg 17325 717-334-6204 -2735 Luther Dr, Chambersburg 17202 717-264-0737

Find My Ride www, findmyridepa.com 844-PA4-RIDE

-800 Bollinger Dr, Shrewsbury 17361 717-227-8550

First Aid and Safety Patrol 717-272-1234

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VETERAN SERVICES Office of Veterans Affairs -Adams County 117 Baltimore St, Ste 201-A, Gettysburg 17325 717-337-9835 -Cumberland County 18 N Hanover St, Carlisle 17013 717-240-6178 -Dauphin County 2 S 2nd St, Harrisburg 17101 717-780-6356 -Franklin County 425 Franklin Farm Ln, Chmbrsbrg 17201 717-263-4326 -Lancaster County 150 N. Queen St, Ste 103, Lancaster 17603 717-299-7920 -Lebanon County 400 South 8th St, Ste 106, Lebanon 17042 717-228-4422 Perry County 25 W Main St - PO Box 37, New Bloomfield 17068 717-582-5133 -York County 100 W Market St, Ste 101, York 17401 717-771-9218 American Legion 57 W Main St, Dallastown 17313 717-244-8028

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Pennsylvania Dept of Military & Veterans Affairs Bldg S-0-47 FTIG, Annville 17003 800-547-2838 VA 311 844-698-2311 VA Healthcare Enrollment 888-954-3553 Veterans Administration 800-827-1000

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Bethany Village

(ad on page 145) 325 Wesley Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-766-0279

Church Of God Home

(ad on page 146) 801 N Hanover St, Carlisle 17013 717-866-3553

Crossings at West Shore, The (ad on page 167, BC) 2000 Technology Pkwy #125, Mechanicsburg 17050 717-402-1200

Vibra Rehabilitation Center

(ad on page 64) 707 Sherpherdstown Rd, Mchncsbrg 17055 717-591-2102

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Alzheimer’s Association – Greater PA Chapter – Harrisburg

(ad on page 23, 25) 2595 Interstate Dr Ste 100, Hrsbg 17110 800-272-3900

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Advoz Mediation and Restorative Practices

(ad on page 53) 53 N Duke St, Ste 303, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2404

Alzheimer’s Association – Greater PA Chapter – Lititz (ad on page 23, 25) www.alz.org/pa 800-272-3900

Ephrata Manor (ad on page 66) 99 Bethany Rd, Ephrata 17522 717-738-4940

Luther Acres (ad on page 181) 400 St Luke Dr, Lititz 17543 717-892-5355

Mennonite Home

(ad on page 135) 1520 Harrisburg Pike. Lancaster 17601 717-390-7979

St John’s Herr Estate

(ad on page 181) 200 Luther Ln, Columbia 17512 717-892-5120

Willow Valley Communities (ad on page 196) 675 Willow Valley Sqr, Lancaster 17602 717-940-4828

LEBANON COUNTY Spang Crest (ad on page 181) 945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042 717-450-7859

Lebanon Valley Home (ad on page 68) 550 E Main St, Annville 17003 717-867-4467

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Heartland Home Health and Hospice (ad on page 184-185)

Senior Commons at Powder Mill (ad on page 149,183) 1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 717-814-5217

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover (ad on page 46-47, 79) 300 Highland Ave, Hanover 17331 717-316-3711

WOUND CARE UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle 366 Alexander Spring Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-243-1900

3417-C Concord Rd, York 17402 717-840-1002

Homeland Hospice

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2400 Kingston Ct, York 17402 717-755-8811

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100 Abbeyville Rd, Lancaster 17603 717-397-4261

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900 Tuck St, Lebanon 17042 717-273-8595

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Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 111 S Front St, Harrisburg 17101 717-724-6605

Select Specialty Hospital (ad on page IFC) 1001 S George St 5th Fl, York 17405 717-972-4580

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An Intensive Care Unit [ICU] stabilizes patients; however, the next step is just as critical to recovery. Individuals with medically complex conditions may be ready to leave the ICU, but still require advanced monitoring, rehabilitation and time to heal. That’s where Select Specialty Hospital – Camp Hill can help. Select Specialty Hospital – Camp Hill is a critical illness recovery hospital. Licensed as a long-term acute care hospital (LTAC), it specializes in the medical and rehabilitative care of patients who need more time to heal from infectious diseases, surgical complications, and orthopedic, wound or post-trauma care. Many patients may also require ongoing treatment for pulmonary From the moment conditions, neurological disorders, cardiac a patient arrives at conditions or renal disorders. a Select Specialty Why Select Specialty Hospital? Hospital, he or Select Specialty Hospital – Camp Hill is located she receives on the fifth floor of Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital. compassionate, It’s a hospital within a hospital that makes it patient-centered easy for patients to continue receiving advanced care that focuses services -- ventilator weaning, cardiac monitoring on helping that and dialysis -- without having to move to a different individual meet location. It also means the doctors and specialists his or her specific who have cared for a patient since admission may recovery goals. continue to be actively involved in their care. Select Specialty Hospital – Camp Hill, along with our locations in Harrisburg and York, provide care that includes daily physician visits, as well as 24-hour nursing and respiratory care. If required, physical, occupational and speech therapies are also provided. Additionally, all of our Central Pennsylvania hospitals have access to diagnostic radiology and laboratory services, an on-site pharmacy, nutritional care, dialysis and innovative speaking devices for those on ventilators. The medical staff and patients are also supported by case managers, clinical liaisons and admission coordinators. To learn more, or to take a virtual tour of Select Specialty Hospital – Camp Hill, please visit camphill.selectspecialtyhospitals.com. From the moment a patient arrives at a Select Specialty Hospital, he or she receives compassionate, patient-centered care that focuses on helping that individual meet his or her specific recovery goals.

HOW CAN SELECT SPECIALTY HOSPITAL HELP?

How Can Select Specialty Hospital Help?

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TO CONTACT THE PA LINK JUST CALL 800-753-8827 | WWW.AGING.PA.GOV The mission of the PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources is to improve access to long term services and supports for individuals, their loved ones and caregivers, regardless of age, income, or ability, through an integrated network of partner agencies committed to expanding the use of community based solutions, promoting person centered decision making, and enhancing the quality of services. PA Link provides a myriad of services including: ■ PERSON-CENTERED COUNSELING (PCC) Designed to help consumers navigate the vast array of Long Term Services and Supports options. Based on an individual’s needs, preferences, values, and strengths with a focus on an individuals prioritized goals. ■ INFORMATION + REFERRAL/ ASSISTANCE “No Wrong Door” access ensuring that linkages to appropriate services and programs are provided with minimal confusion to the individual. ■ BENEFITS COUNSELING

AND APPLICATION ASSISTANCE Connections to services and supports and streamlined access to public programs.

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PA LINK WORKING FOR YOU ■ PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT / TRAININGS / CROSS TRAININGS Opportunity for staff to network, share ideas and best practices. Providing free or low-cost trainings to increase knowledge and skill sets of agency staff. ■ COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EDUCATION Increase awareness of PA Link partner services through partner newsletters, health fairs and expos, and various media sources. ■ PERSON-CENTERED TRANSITION SUPPORT Transitions between systems, programs, settings and life stages, such as nursing home transition, youth transition and military reintegration. ■ QUALITY ASSURANCE Collection of data vital for programming, grant preparation and service system improvements. Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Ginger Monsted. Ginger is the Link Cumberland Coordinator and Service Area 9 Coordinator. See their ad on page 81. Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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ccording to a recent study by Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA), “consumer choice”– your choice – is now a primary force changing healthcare in America. Today’s

consumers are more savvy and skeptical. You want to know what you’re getting for your money. You also expect user-

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friendly interfaces, plus a variety of provider and product options that best suit your needs. Perhaps the consumer choice trending with the broadest implications is home-based care. We all know that the “graying of America” is a very real phenomenon. Studies tell us that by 2019, people older than 65 years will outnumber those younger than five years and the population of people 80 and over will triple between 2010 and 2050. As Americans age and live longer, an increasing number of people will experience a chronic condition or, more likely, multiple ones. Many experts forecast dire fiscal implications as a result. There’s very little doubt that in-home healthcare provides a costsaving measure. One example is cited by Dr. Steven Landers, CEO of VNA Health Group, who says a person who undergoes surgery and is transitioned to home care for a month can expect a bill for about $1,200 as opposed to a $12,000 bill for a skilled nursing facility. While he notes that in some cases patients need a range of medical help that only a nursing home can provide, “more people can go home.” “What I’d There’s a wealth of information available really like to to help guide patients and loved ones in all of the decision-making process. For do is stay in aspects the first time, Medicare officials have posted my current online quality scores for more than 3,800 residence for hospice providers. These public rankings help you make informed choices about as long as important aspects of hospice care, plus they encourage providers to improve their possible.”

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services. Comprehensive information on home health can also be found at www.medicare.gov, including a provider ratings guide, staffing and services, checklists and other helpful tips. Pennsylvania, along with thirty-six other states, has enacted the Caregiver Advice, Record, and Enable (CARE) Act, which requires hospitals to help designate a family caregiver, take steps to notify that person of discharge plans, and teach the caregiver how to perform follow-up in-home medical tasks. For most of us opting for home health or home-based hospice care services, the choice is a fulfillment of our heartfelt wishes. Older Americans overwhelmingly express a desire to age in place and receive care at home rather than in institutional settings. An AARP survey found that nearly three quarters of a survey population of those age 45-plus strongly agreed with the statement, “What I’d really like to do is stay in my current residence for as long as possible.” _________________________________________

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Older Americans overwhelmingly express a desire to age in place and receive care at home rather than in institutional settings.

Editor’s Note: This article was contributed by Wendy Shumaker, Asst. Director of Marketing for Homeland Hospice, HomeHealth and HomeCare. See their ad on page 132.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS APRIL 26, 2018 Bellomo Associates’ Healthcare Professional’s Boot Camp Country Meadows Leaders Heights, 2700 Pine Grove Rd. York, PA MAY 9, 2018 LEBANON COUNTY’S 50+ FESTIVAL Lebanon Valley Expo Center, 80 Rocherty Rd, Lebanon PA MAY 12, 2018 MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH & FLOWER SALE The Middletown Home 999 W Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA MAY 30, 2018 SPRING FLING – ADAMS COUNTY Gettysburg College – Fieldhouse, Gettysburg, PA JUNE 15 – 17, 2018 CODORUS BLAST FESTIVAL IN THE PARK Codorus State Park, Marina Dr., Hanover, PA JUNE 21, 2018 THE LONGEST DAY – Do What You Love! MANY LOCATIONS! Go to www.SeniorsBlueBook.com/events/ SEPTEMBER 15-16, 2018 PUMPKIN FEST 2018 The Middletown Home 999 W Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 - Harrisburg SEPTEMBER 29, 2018 – Lancaster & Adam’s/Franklin OCTOBER 20, 2018 - York

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24 HOUR CARE – Refers to “round the clock care” in a home environment. The care may be shared by multiple caregivers or by a single caregiver. 24 HOUR CONTACT – Refers to someone being available 24 hours a day to speak with you. CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (CNA) – Provides personal care such as bathing, dressing, changing linens, transporting and other essential activities. CNAs are trained, tested, certified and work under the supervision of an RN or LPN. HOMEMAKER/COMPANION – Non-medical assistance with meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, errands, activities, outings, companionship and other household duties.

MED-ALERT SYSTEMS – Personal medical alert products activated by pushing a button. MEDICATION REMINDER – Assistance with reminding an individual about medications but not dispensing medications. MINIMUM HOURS – This refers to the minimum number of hours that an agency provides service on a per visit basis. PERSONAL CARE – Non-medical assistance with bathing, dressing, hygiene, eating and other personal care issues.

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Albright Life - Lancaster

Albright Life - Lebanon

All Hands Home Care

AlmaHealth Skilled Services - Carlisle

Alpha Vision Home Care

Angels On Call - Gettysburg

Angels On Call - Harrisburg

Angels On Call - Lancaster

Angels On Call - Lemoyne

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Lehigh Valley Home Care

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Pleasant View Care At Home

Preferred HealthStaff - Dillsburg

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Preferred HealthStaff - Hanover

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MY MISSION AS A CAREGIVER

My Mission as a Caregiver Caring for Yourself While Being a Caregiver It’s no secret – being a caregiver is hard work. It’ harder than anything you may do. Many of us know at least one person who has been, or currently is, a caregiver. It can sometimes feel draining and as if you’re alone and isolated so it’s important to maintain your own vitality. There are over 44 million Americans who provide unpaid care to an older adult or someone with disabilities. Did you know: About 75% of caregivers are women Most are middle-aged 34% are age 65 or older 59% also have jobs in addition to caring for someone Caregivers are an important part of society so making sure each caregiver cares for themselves is important. With the rising cost of healthcare, there is an increase in families taking on the task of caregiving for parents and other loved ones. One of the greatest “treats” is finding activities that you are your family member can do together: • Check local listings for no-cost or low-cost events you can attend (if your loved one is able to) • Make a list of favorite TV shows and just choose a few to watch each day • Get books from the library that you’ll both love and have your own “Reading Club” • Go to a matinee movie • Visit a craft store, make crafts together and donate Get books from the library them to charity • Check colleges, religious organizations, community Go to a matinee movie centers and senior centers for activities and free classes • Do chair exercises or go for Do arts and crafts a short walk • Plant flowers or a small garden Plant flowers or a small garden Continued on page 118>

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My Mission as a Caregiver Caring for Yourself While Being a Caregiver Continued from page 116

• Join a senior center, choir, other organizations or volunteer together • Remember to set aside time just for you – that’s important. Go out to dinner with family or friends at least once a week. You deserve it! Ask another family member to be the caregiver while you have your “date nights”. Think about writing a goal or mission for yourself – it’s a great way to say what you believe and who you are as a caregiver and share it. Although challenging, caregiving also has many rewards:

• It gives you a feeling of giving back to a loved one • Caregiving can lead to a stronger relationship with the person receiving the care • You appreciate life more and feel better about yourself Keep your sense of humor. Laugh with the one you love and make sure you set aside time for YOU! Editor’s Note: This article was contributed by Sandy Sferrella-Taylor, Public Relations Manager at Visiting Angels of Lancaster, Hanover and York. See their ad on page 117.

In-Home Care for Seniors and Other Adults

Comfort Keepers® provides compassionate in-home care that helps seniors and others live safe, happy, and independent lives in the comfort of their own homes. · Personal Care · Companionship & Housekeeping · Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care · Respite Care Serving York, Columbia, New Cumberland, Shrewsbury and surrounding areas.

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From bathing and bandaids to board games and baking this is home care. At FirstLightŽ the care we provide goes beyond the basics of bathing, house cleaning and medication reminders. If you or your loved one want to work in the garden, play a game of backgammon or bake a batch of cookies, we’re there. We care for seniors, adults with disabilities, and those recovering from illness, injury or surgery, and any adult who just needs a little extra assistance.

Call us to learn more about the many ways we can help you enjoy life more.

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HOME HEALTH DEFINITIONS

HOME HEALTH DEFINITIONS

HOME HEALTH DEFINITIONS 24 HOUR CARE – Refers to “round the clock treatment” in a home environment. The care may be shared by multiple caregivers or by a single caregiver. CARDIAC CARE – Refers to services including patient assessment, specific diet information, and management of the disease process, medication management and education. Cardiac care is a program designed to help a person with heart disease return to health. Cardiac care may consist of exercise, modifying risk factors to prevent further heart damage, or psychological rehabilitation.

Home Care Agency will be available for hire. Medicare certified Home Health Agencies are not on a specified time frame. HOSPICE – Refers to a comprehensive program of care to patients and families facing a life threatening illness. Hospice emphasizes palliative rather than curative treatment. The dying are comforted. Professional medical care is given, and sophisticated symptom relief provided.

INTRAVENOUS THERAPY (IV) – Refers to any medical treatments/medications that need to be introduced into the body via a patient’s veins. DIABETIC CARE – Refers to services Numerous IV Therapies can be provided in a patient’s home under including patient assessment spesupervision of a MD. Some of these cific diet information, management include: inter-infective/antibiotic of the disease process, medication therapies, hydration therapy, pain management and education on all management, chemotherapy and the above. Services are provided by Registered Nurse under the supervi- central line care and maintenance. sion of a M.D. Some agencies may have certified diabetic nurse instruc- NON-MEDICAL HOME CARE – tors or cardiac care specialty RN’s in Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s), homemaking, comtheir employ. panionship and other non-medical in home care. These services are ENTERAL FEEDING – Enteral available for hire after, or in confeeding, or tube feeding, is a way to junction with, Medicare certified deliver nutrients through a tube if you cannot take food or drink through services. Private payment, Medicaid and Veterans Benefits are a few of your mouth. the ways personal care can be paid for. HOUR MINIMUM – The least number of hours a Non-Medical

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TRACH CARE – Refers to care administered to patients who have undergone a tracheotomy. A tracheotomy is a surgical procedure in which a cut or opening is made in the windpipe (trachea). The surgeon inserts a tube into the opening to bypass an obstruction, allow air to get to the lungs, or remove secretions.

HOME HEALTH DEFINITIONS

THERAPY SERVICES (ST, PT, OT, RT) – Speech Therapy – Refers to services to assess and treat speech and swallowing disorders. Speech therapy can treat speech, language, cognitive skills or swallowing. Physical Therapy – Refers to services for the treatment and the rehabilitation process where a physical therapist will often stretch, strengthen, facilitate muscles, challenge balance, test coordination abilities, teach home exercise programs and enhance basic mobility skills. Occupational Therapy – Refers to services to assess and treat patients to improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily living and working environments. Patients may have mental, physical, developmental, or emotional disabilities. Therapists also help them to develop, recover, or maintain daily living and work skills. Respiratory Therapy – Refers to services for care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities associated with the cardiopulmonary system. It may include the

therapeutic use of medical gases and their equipment, environmental control systems, humidification, aerosols, ventilator support, bronchi pulmonary drainage and exercise, respiratory rehabilitation, assistance with cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and maintenance of natural, artificial, and mechanical airways.

WOUND CARE – Refers to services for providing diagnosis and treatment for ulcers, pressure sores and other wounds. Treatments may include but is not limited to irrigations, dressing, and wound vacs. Some agencies may employ specialty nurses to provide and instruct in care specifically for patients with

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Blue Mountain Home Health Care, Inc. - Franklin

717-652-1130

Bayada Home Health Care

717-839-5020

717-295-4555

Bayada Home Health Care

Blue Mountain Home Health Care, Inc. - Dauphin

717-561-8800

Bayada Home Health Care

717-540-1700

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Amedisys Home Health

Bello Nurses

717-609-1565

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Encompass Home Health

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Faithful Nursing

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Compassionate Touch Nursing Care, LLC

717-391-6363

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Extended Family Care

717-261-2546

Community Home Health Care

717-848-2303

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Maxim Healthcare Services - Dauphin

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ionship and needed non-medical services for patients and their families, offers support at time of death and during bereavement.

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SERVICES PROVIDED: RN-REGISTERED NURSE – Assesses patient’s physical needs, develops and coordinates the plan of care, ensures symptom control and management, provides patient/family education as needed SW-SOCIAL WORKER – Assesses patient and family emotional and social needs, develops a plan of care, and provides counseling and support to meet identified needs, and makes referrals to other providers based on family and patient’s needs CHAPLAIN – Assesses patient and family spiritual needs, develops a plan of care, provides counseling, assists with memorial preparations. VOLUNTEERS – Provides compan-

GIP – GENERAL IN-PATIENT CARE – Provided in a skilled nursing facility when the symptoms cannot be managed elsewhere. The skilled nursing facility must have 24-hour R.N. coverage as deemed by Medicare guidelines. General in-patient care is usually short in duration. This higher level of care is due to symptoms which are out of control and more intensive nursing services are required. The room and board are covered by hospice during this period. CC-CONTINUOUS CARE – Provided to prevent the individual from going to the hospital when a crisis occurs. It also is given when more help is needed to assist the individual and family in coping with the crisis. This level of care is usually provid-

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ed to the patient at their private residence or in a personal care home or assisted living facility. The criteria for continuous care may include: Severe pain or symptoms which are out of control, psychotic episodes, breakdown of caregiver, imminent death and family unable to cope. Continuous care is typically reserved for crises that require a constant presence by a nurse or care team.

THERAPY SERVICES PROVIDED: AR-AROMA THERAPY – Occurs when regularly scheduled visits are adequate in maintaining the individual’s symptom management. Care is provided at the individual’s private residence, a retirement community, an assisted living, or a skilled nursing facility. MA-MASSAGE THERAPY – Used as a method for relaxation to alleviate stress, anxiety and pain with a light hands-on approach, as well as providing an alternative to those who can’t take medication or prefer not to. Massage therapy has become essential in hospice care. This is not reimbursed by Medicare. MU-MUSIC THERAPY – Music Therapy is an established healthcare profession that uses music to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals. A music therapist creates goals and objectives for their patients and uses music activities

and music experiences (listening, composition, improvisation, or playing/singing a familiar song) in order to achieve those goals. This is not reimbursed by Medicare.

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P-PET THERAPY – There’s nothing like a visit from a four-legged creature to brighten the day of a terminally ill patient. Pet therapy teams visit with patients wherever they reside – at home or in professional care settings. Studies have shown many benefits of pet companionship, ranging from reduced blood pressure and anxiety to relief from boredom, pain and loneliness. This service is not reimbursed by Medicare.

24/7 ADMISSIONS – If a patient qualifies for hospice care, they should be admitted as early as the family requests. Many agencies admit patients to hospice, 24/7, evenings weekends, and holidays. GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS – Grief is the normal and universal reaction humans have to the loss of those they love. When your loved one passes, you may go through a period of bereavement and experience grief. Many hospice companies provide Grief Groups that meet and address issues of grief in a supportive group setting.

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Hospice Care Definitions continued from page 127 provide assistance with medically based home health needs such as nursing services, home health aide services, physical therapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy or speech therapy.

INDIGENT PATIENTS – Does the hospice accept non funded or indigent patients? This is usually on a case by case basis and at the determination of the hospice company. Many have a non-profit organization that can help support the care of non-covered patients.

controlled through oral medications. Some situations require a pain pump where medications are administered through an IV pump. If this is the situation, inquire with the hospice RN case manager to see if pain pumps are available through their agency.

PALLIATIVE CARE – Specialized

medical care for people with serious illness. It is focused on providing patients with relief from the symptoms, pain and stress of a serious illness – whatever the prognosis. It is appropriate at any age and at any stage in PAIN PUMPS AVAILABLE – a serious illness and can be provided Many patients have their symptoms along with curative treatment.

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717-612-1200

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800-840-9081

717-732-1000

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personal care and mobility such as bathing, dressing, toileting, walking and meal preparation.

Helps apartment owners offer reduced rents to low-income tenants.

AGE RESTRICTIONS – Some communities have a restriction on the youngest age they are allowed to accept. These restrictions vary by community.

ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCES (AL) – Typically apartment-style with kitchenettes and private baths. Assisted living services and personal assistance with ADLs are provided. Rates vary from an all-inclusive to base rates with levels of care. Amenities vary for each residence. In PA there is a licensure distinction between Assisted Living Residences and Personal Care Homes. An Assisted Living Residence in PA is “a significant long-term care alternative to allow individuals to age in place…and [to] develop and maintain maximum independence, exercise decision-making and personal choice.” according to PA Code, Ch 2800.

ADULT DAY SERVICES – Most providers can elect to provide day/ night services on a short or long term basis. Rates typically include a place to rest, one or two meals and snacks and activities for the day.

INDEPENDENT LIVING COMMUNITIES – Apartments and communities for adults 55+ with little or no senior support services (e.g. no meals, etc...)

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INSTRUMENTAL ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING (IADLs) – Activities involving more complex functioning such as grocery shopping, writing checks, housework, cooking, traveling, and managing money.

INTERMEDIATE CARE – 24-hour inpatient care for residents who need licensed nursing supervision and supportive care, but do not require continuous nursing care. Residents may receive full assistance with ADL’s and transfers. Residents receive medications from a nurse following a doctor’s orders and may receive outpatient rehab services. Facilities may use a nurse as their consultant and the residents receive periodic assessments from a licensed practitioner.

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Senior Housing Definitions nities are typically bedroom-style rental units with common areas for dining and activities. Many are locked for residents’ safety. Specifically trained staff usually serves the special needs of this population. Amenities vary for each community.

PA LICENSURE – In PA there is a licensure distinction between Assisted Living Residences and Personal Care Homes. PERSONAL CARE HOME (PCH) – Typically apartment-style with private baths. Personal assistance with ADLs is provided. Rates vary from all-inclusive to base rates with levels of care. Amenities vary for each home. In PA there is a licensure distinction between Personal Care Homes and Assisted Living Residences.

PRICE DEPENDENT ON LEVELS OF CARE – Flexible levels of service geared to accommodate different needs over time. Rates may vary depending on the changing levels of care while one maintains the same physical residence.

RESPITE CARE / SHORT-TERM STAY – Otherwise known as a short-term stay. Any provider of IL, PCH, AL, MC or SNF care can elect to provide fully furnished accommodations to a person for a short period of time, if space is available. Rates usually quoted on a daily

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RETIREMENT LIVING COMMUNITY – Housing designed specifically for mature adults. Typically Studio, 1 BR or 2 BR rental apartments with full kitchens, and private baths are available. Services may include meal plans, transportation, housekeeping, laundry and maintenance. Amenities are usually abundant; formal libraries, computer stations, swimming pools, gardens, and other social gathering spaces. Rates are monthly and typically based upon size/ location of apartment.

SECURED UNIT – A secured unit dedicated to Alzheimer’s/Dementia residents to prevent wandering outside the community without supervision.

SERVES THE PLAIN COMMUNITY – Indicates that these residences cater to the needs of individuals who live out their faith with simple living.

SKILLED CARE – 24 hour licensed nursing services. Patients may receive rehab services either inpatient or outpatient and may be fully dependent for ADL’s. Patients receive medications by an RN according to a licensed physicians orders.

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SENIOR HOUSING DEFINTIONS Continued SKILLED NURSING FACILITY (SNF) – Provides 24/7 care for residents and offers full assistance with ADL’s. Daily rates typically include a furnished bedroom, private or shared bath, meals, activities, transportation, phone service, cable TV and all personal/nursing care. Payor sources usually accepted: Medicare, Medicaid, VA, some insurance plans and private sources.

TRACH CARE – Refers to care administered to patients who have undergone a tracheotomy, a surgical procedure in which a cut or opening is made in the windpipe (trachea). The surgeon inserts a tube into the opening to bypass an

obstruction, allow air to get to the lungs, or remove secretions.

VENTILATOR – Moves breathable air into and out of the lungs, to provide the mechanism of breathing for a patient who is physically unable. WANDERGUARD – Offered at some facilities. A resident with memory loss or confusion wears a small discrete pendant. Each external door in the care home is fitted with a radio detector which detects when a pendant moves near an exit. The WanderGuard will sound an audible alarm, alerting the staff of a patient wandering.

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Woods At Cedar Run, The, 824 Lisburn Rd, Camp Hill 17011

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Frey Village, 1020 N Union St, Middletown 17057

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999 W Harrisburg Pike, Middletown 17057

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717-264-6815 717-749-2300

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717-692-2613

Polk Memorial Independent Living Apartments 301 North Street, Millersburg 17061

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Mount Joy Country Homes of Messiah Lifeways 106 Bayberry Dr, Mount Joy 17552

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Woodcrest Villa - A Mennonite Home Community, 2001 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster 17601

600 Willow Valley Square, Lancaster 17602

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200 Luther Ln, Columbia 17512

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St John’s Herr Estate

717-786-7321

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544 N Penryn Rd, Manheim 17545

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Country Meadows of York-South 2760 Pine Grove Rd, York 17403

2618 E Market St, York 17402

Autumn House East

100 N Larkspur Rd, Palmyra 17078

Traditions of Hershey

440 E Lincoln Ave, Myerstown 17067

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SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Shrewsbury 800 Bollinger Dr, Shrewsbury 17361

SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Sprenkle Drive 1801 Folkemer Cir, York 17404

717-848-2585

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engaged. Relieving yourself of daily burdens allows you to pursue activities and interact with like-minded peers. Restaurant-style dining also provides a social highlight of the day and encourages friendships. If you are still driving, most communities allow you to bring your vehicle, so you have the freedom to continue any activities off-site that you enjoy now. The overall concept of Independent Living is to enhance your current lifestyle. When looking for a good fit in a senior community, be sure to find a place that offers a variety of activities and programs while nurturing your current routine.

Personal safety is a crucial element to maintaining independence. Many independent living communities have on-site, live-in managers available roundthe-clock if an emergency arises.

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Some independent living communities offer additional health and wellness options, such as on-site fitness, rehabilitation and therapy services, transportation to local appointments, social events and outings, and so much more! Having supportive health programs on hand will help you live an optimal lifestyle in a community that focuses on promoting your health and happiness for many years! Independent living communities benefit active seniors who are looking for additional social engagement. These communities provide amenities and services, which are not readily available to seniors living at home. Research your area’s senior living options to learn about the services available and how you can live life to the fullest! Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Mike Lapinsky. Mike Lapinsky is the Marketing Director at Traditions of Hershey Independent Living and Personal Care. See their ad on pages 137, 169.

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1910 Technology Pkwy, Mechanicsburg 17050

Crossings at West Shore, The

Country Meadows of Mechanicsburg 4905 Trindle Rd, Mechanicsburg 17050

801 N Hanover St, Carlisle 17013

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6375 Chambersburg Rd, Fayetteville 17222

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ADAMS COUNTY 67 Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home 717-624-5436 $5,220 91 181 Community, 2990 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford 17350 Paramount Senior Living at Chambersburg Rd 717-352-2721 $3,760 119

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Episcopal Home, 206 E Burd St, Shippensburg 17257

Green Ridge Village, 210 Big Spring Rd, Newville 17241

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Cumberland Crossings Retirement Community 1 Longsdorf Way, Carlisle 17015

1910 Technology Pkwy, Mechanicsburg 17050

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Country Meadows of Hershey, 451 Sand Hill Rd, Hershey 17033

Ecumenical Retirement Community, 601 Wilhelm Rd, Harrisburg 17111

Ecumenical Retirement Community, 624 Wilhelm Rd, Harrisburg 17111

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717-737-3373

Brookdale Harrisburg, 3560 N Progress Ave, Harrisburg 17110

Woods At Cedar Run, The, 824 Lisburn Rd, Camp Hill 17011

707 Shepherdstown Rd, Mechanicsburg 17055

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Personal Care at Blue Ridge, 10 House Ave, Camp Hill 17011

Vibra Rehabilitation Center

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Messiah Village Enhanced Living, 100 Mt Allen Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055

Orrstown Personal Care Home, 3329 Orrstown Rd, Orrstown 17244

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Parker House Assisted Living at Quincy Village 6596 Orphanage Rd, Waynesboro 17268

Providence Place Of Chambersburg, 2085 Wayne Rd, Chambersburg 17202

Quarters at the Shook, The, 55 S Second St, Chambersburg 17201

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Heritage Retirement Community, 2256 Shanks Church Rd, Greencastle 17225

Leland, The, 120 W Main St, Waynesboro 17268

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Hearthstone Retirement Home, 102 S Potomac St, Waynesboro 17268

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The Campus of the Jewish Home of Greater Harrisburg 4000 Linglestown Rd, Harrisburg 17112

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999 W Harrisburg Pike, Middletown 17057

Middletown Home, The

1901 N Fifth St, Harrisburg 17102

Homeland Center

150 Kempton Ave, Harrisburg 17111

Greenfield Senior Living at Graysonview

Frey Village, 1020 N Union St, Middletown 17057

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Country Meadows of Lancaster, 1380 Elm Ave, Lancaster 17603

Country View Manor, 12 Friendly Dr, Quarryville 17566

Elderwood Senior Living at Lancaster, 120 Rider Ave, Lancaster 17603

Elizabethtown Personal Care Home, 141 Heisey Ave, Elizabethtown 17022

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Garden Spot Village Personal Care Home, 433 S Kinzer Ave, New Holland 17557

Groves Home, The, 103 W Main St, Ephrata 17522

Harvest View at Zerbe Retirement Community, 2499 Zerbe Rd, Narvon 17555

717-394-2208 717-354-1800

Evergreen Estates Retirement Community, 1300 E King St, Lancaster 17602

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Colonial Lodge Community, 2015 North Reading Rd., Denver 17517

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Pleasant View Retirement Community, 544 N Penryn Rd, Manheim 17545

2101 Wabank Rd, Millersville 17551

Oak Leaf Manor South

2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville 17538

Oak Leaf Manor North

Moravian Manor, 300 W Lemon St, Lititz 17543

1520 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster 17601

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320 S Market St, Elizabethtown 17022

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Long Community at Highland, The, 600 E Roseville Rd, Lancaster 17601

100 N. State St, Ephrata 17522

Keystone Villa at Ephrata

Juniper Village at Mount Joy, 607 Hearthstone Ln, Mount Joy 17552

1800 Marietta Ave, Lancaster 17604-3227

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Harvest View at Zerbe Retirement Community, 2499 Zerbe Rd, Narvon 17555

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Willow View Home, 204 Herrville Rd, Willow Street 17584

675 Willow Valley Sqr, Lancaster 17602

Willow Valley Communities - The Glen

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St Anne’s Retirement Community 3952 Columbia Ave, West Hempfield Twp 17512

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616 W Main St, Palmyra 17078

Palmstown Manor

Londonderry Village, 1200 Grubb St, Palmyra 17078

100 Tuck Ct, Lebanon 17042

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ADAMS COUNTY Anthony’s Place 1135 Chambersburg Rd, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-1518 Bonneauville Interfaith Gardens 35 Maple St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-1518 Breckenridge Village Apartments 402 Village Dr, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-8024 Cedarfield Apartments 40 Madeline Ct, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-1518 East Berlin Manor 407 Abbottstown St, East Berlin 17316 717-259-7350 Fahnestock House 47 Baltimore St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-1518

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Gettysburg Place 500 Boyds School Rd, Gettysburg 17325 717-337-3014

American House Apartments 26 N Market St, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-766-1633

Harold Court 142 N Stratton St, Gettysburg 17325 717-334-1518

Bethany Towers 335 Wesley Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-766-7698

Jonathan Court 1731 Center Mills Rd, Aspers 17304 717-334-8024

Boiling Springs Apartments 297 Plaza Dr, Boiling Springs 17007 717-258-8387

Littlestown Villas 250 Charles St, Littlestown 17340 717-359-9224

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Cottages of Shippensburg Apartments 300 Dwelling Ct, Shippensburg 17257 717-530-1573

One West Penn Apartments 1 W Penn St, Carlisle 17013 717-249-7797

Crossroads Apartments 2141 Cedar Run Dr, Camp Hill 17011 717-635-9780 Dawn Ridge 79 Dawn Ridge Loop, Carlisle 17013 717-601-0389 East Gate Senior Apartments 35 East Gate Dr, Carlisle 17015 717-249-9800 Enola Commons Senior Apartments 16 S Enola Dr, Enola 17025 717-732-2811 Episcopal Square Apartments 101 N Prince St, Shippensburg 17257 717-530-1277 Geneva Greens Apartments 500 Geneva Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055 717-691-8620 Iroquois Senior Apartments 202 3rd St, New Cumberland 17070 717-774-4500 Mallard Run Apartments 820 Lisburn Rd, Camp Hill 17011 717-761-5414 Molly Pitcher Apartments 13 S Hanover St, Carlisle 17013 717-249-9800 Mountain Creek Apartments 600 N Baltimore Ave, Mount Holly Springs 17065 717-554-6538

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CARING FOR A PERSON WITH DEMENITA

CARING FOR A PERSON WITH DEMENTIA? Caring for a person with dementia often takes its toll on the caregiver’s health. The stress of the situation often causes medical and/or psychological issues for the person. Although stress cannot completely be eliminated, there are steps to take to avoid being in distress. One of the first steps is to have a medical professional who understands dementia, the progression, the impacts, and the medical treatments. This doctor may or may not be the person’s primary care physician. It could be a gerontologist, neurologist, geriatric psychiatrist, or a physician who has a strong understanding of dementia. Having someone who understands the financial pieces of elder care is also key to avoiding a crisis down the road. An elder law attorney is able to help put the necessary pieces in place to assure that decisions can be made and that financial assets are being used in a way that is permitted or even protected. Medicaid and Medicare laws are complex and often changing. In addition, many elder law attorneys are aware of programs available to financially assist seniors. Many caregivers find joining a support group is beneficial. Groups are often facilitated by a professional. This person usually has a strong understanding of the disease and the resources available.  In addition, you will have the opportunity to share your experience with others who have the same experience as you.  Also, it provides a safe environment to share thoughts with others who will not judge and can understand. In addition, you will get advice and support from someone who may have already faced the stage you are in now.  Additionally, it will allow continued on page 170

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Many retirement communities offer a continuum of care services to meet the varying needs of their residents. From maintenance, medications, meals, and more, there are many ways that communities serve their populations. But although services and amenities help us quantify the value of a retirement community – residents most often choose a community based on the way they feel about it. This is often how we imagine that we will fit in with, and relate to, the other residents that live there. Why? A largely under-emphasized reason why people choose to move to a life-plan community is because of the social aspect that it offers. It’s been proven that having friends, loved-ones, and companions that care about you increases overall satisfaction in life, and even increases longevity! A life-plan community offers an almost-instantaneous group of friends and neighbors who are “in the same boat” as you, and who become your new family to learn, grow, travel, and enjoy life with. Below are some common hesitations that people have, and some suggestions for how to think through these concerns as you consider your future: I love my house and I’m never leaving it: As a veteran sales counselor, I’ve heard many stories about how people are very attached to their house and the memories in it. However, the ‘once beloved house’ becomes a major factor in that person’s isolation – whether it’s having to cancel plans with friends in order to mow the yard, shovel snow, or simply because the once familiar neighborhood is changing and new families are moving in to replace your long-time friends and neighbors. A transition to a life plan community is a time to make a new home and new memories – and you are taking positive action to not allow your onceloved home to become your biggest burden.

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Staying warm is one of many costly priorities in the winter, including putting food on the table and maintaining mandatory insurance. If these priorities become too difficult to balance this year, the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) can provide financial assistance with heating bills. Pennsylvania citizens are protected in times of need, and they should consider if this program would be helpful. Because no one deserves to suffer through the coldest time of the year, LIHEAP helps those in low-income

households pay their heating bills through home energy assistance grants and crisis grants. Cash grants are awarded based on household income, family size, type of heating fuel and region. Crisis grants are provided in the event of a heating emergency, including broken heat-

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ing equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replaced, lack of fuel, termination of utility service, or danger of being without fuel. In most counties, assistance with home heating crisis situations is available 24 hours a day. These grants are based on household income level. You may qualify for a LIHEAP grant if your income meets the following 2016-17 income guidelines: One-person household $17,820 Two-person household $24,030 Three-person household $30,240 Four-person household $36,450 Five-person household $42,660 Six-person household $48,870

Seven-person household $55,095 Eight-person household $61,335 Nine-person household $67,575 Ten-person household $73,815 New applicants can apply for the program at any time. Applicants will need all household members’ names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers and proof of income. They will also need a recent heating bill. To apply online or receive more information, visit my website at www.RepCutler.com. Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Pennsylvania State Rep. Bryan Cutler (R-Peach Bottom), who may be reached at bcutler@pahousegop.com. You may also view his website at www.RepCutler.com.

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PREVENT FALLS BY BUILDING STRENGTH, MOBILITY AND BALANCE

Prevent Falls by Building Strength, Mobility and Balance

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when seniors must take extra precautions to avoid a fall. Dipping temperatures and inclement weather conditions increase the risk factors for falls—especially—in older adults. The good news is there are simple steps you can take to keep yourself safe! Outside your home, make sure you have assistance when shoveling sidewalks and walkways. Lay adequate amounts of salt to prevent ice from forming. You can reduce your risk of falling by using assistive devices, such as a walker, cane, scooter or wheelchair. This is especially true when traveling over uneven surfaces, like a parking lot or driveway. Inside your home, you can avoid falling by securing loose carpet and clearing clutter around stairways and landings. Falls are not always random incidents and often are attributed to undiagnosed medical conditions. Regular physician visits can provide testing to ensure side effects from medications, sensory impairments, walking with an unsteady gait, and the loss of sensation in feet due to poor circulation, diabetes, or other factors aren’t increasing your risk! Most importantly, you can help to decrease the risk of falling by incorporating physical activity into your daily routine. Exercising helps strengthen social relationships, improve memory, prevents anxiety and depression, and reduces pain from chronic illnesses. An emphasis on strength, mobility and balance exercises are essential for sustaining an independent lifestyle. continued on page 166

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What can you do to improve your strength, mobility and balance? Low impact aerobics and exercise classes are both excellent ways to build muscles, which improves your cardiovascular system by increasing your heart rate and breathing. And, don’t forget to stretch! Stretching and flexibility exercises help your body move easily. Stretching prepares your muscles by “warming-up” and “cooling down” during your exercise regimens. Yoga sessions or Tai Chi classes provide strength training because they focus on isolating and developing different muscles. Don’t wait for a fall to occur. Be proactive and take steps to make your environment safer and your body stronger. Classes described above are available at local fitness centers and community centers. In addition, some senior living communities offer therapy and wellness programs that are free and open to the public. If you are unsure of your options, ask your doctor and family members for suggestions or referrals. Staying well translates to a longer, healthier life! Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Michele Sheets. She is the Marketing Director at Senior Commons at Powder Mill Independent Living, Personal Care and Memory Care. See their ad on pages 149,183.

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DAUPHIN COUNTY Abe Cramer B’nai B’rith 130 S 3rd St, Harrisburg 17101 717-232-7516 Edison Village 101 S 18th St, Harrisburg 17104 717-232-0564 Felton Lofts 100 S 4th St, Steelton 17113 717-745-1489 Hershey Plaza Apts 215 W Chocolate Ave, Hershey 17033 717-533-5182 Highspire School Apts 201 Penn St, Highspire 17034 717-986-0266

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Hollywood Court 18 W Broad St, Elizabethville 17023 800-735-3068 Hummelstown Manor 300 E Poplar Ave, Hummelstown 17036 717-566-8782 Interfaith Apts 107 Mill St, Middletown 17057 717-233-5114 Linden Terrace Apts 1201 N Front St, Harrisburg 17102 717-610-1636 Pheasant Hill Estates 4400 Pleasant Hill Rd, Harrisburg 17110 717-657-3135 Presbyterian Apts 322 N 2nd St, Harrisburg 17101 717-233-5114

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NOT A CONVEYOR BELT…

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (“CCRC”) are a popular senior living option in our region. The Chambersburg to Lancaster corridor is

rich with outstanding communities, offering today’s retirees an active, healthy lifestyle and valuable answers to their financial and health-related “what-ifs.” Visitors to a modern and comprehensive CCRC leave impressed with the beautiful Residential Living accommodations, the great programming and thoughtful assistance in Personal Care, and the compassionate care and expertise in the Health Care Center. At the end of the day, however, first-time visitors often debrief at the kitchen table and come to the conclusion that the program is almost a conveyor belt to decline: you begin in an apartment or a cottage, you “progress” to Personal Care, then to Nursing Care, and then… Such thoughts are a common misconception. While some residents in a CCRC transfer through all the levels of care, many will not. Most apartment or cottage dwellers will take advantage of the Health Care Center on a short-term basis only, after a surgery or a hospital stay, and return home to their

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Get a little extra help, without an extra move

Our independent living apartments are licensed for personal care, so you can thrive where you are with high-quality services that come to you. 1800 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603 • 717-869-0643 • homesteadvillage.org

Our residents’ faces say it all! Call 717-296-1303

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you to help others who are dealing with something that you have already faced. It is important to understand however that not all support groups are the same. Based on the participants, some are more geared for adult children while others for spouses. Finding the right one will add to the Having benefit. someone who Many people have family members as an understands important piece of the support team. To the financial pieces avoid conflict and perhaps crisis, it of elder care is also is key to have open communication key to avoiding and assure that everyone is on the same a crisis down page. Putting some of the pieces into place the road. can help the caregiver prevent some crisis and provide a better overall quality of life for everyone. Editor’s Note: This article was contributed by Mary Underwoods, Vice President of Memory Care Services for Artis Senior Living of the West Shore. See their ad on Page 160 Insert. continued from page 168

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apartment or cottage with the support of residential nurses and other services if needed. Unlike their old friends who decided to stay at home on Main Street no-matter-what, they will see people every day, exercise mind and body, and take advantage of transportation, dining options, and support services. To tell you the truth, moving to a CCRC is likely to decrease their chance of needing long-term care later on. “Aging in Place” is a great idea, and it is what we all wish we could do when we get older. Interestingly, your chances to age in place increase if you move very close to a Health Care Center, into a modern and well equipped CCRC. (Hint: When you start comparing villages to determine the perfect fit for your requirements and your budget, be sure to inquire about the availability of à la carte nursing services in apartments and cottages.) Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Oliver Hazan, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Cross Keys Village-The Brethren Home Community in New Oxford. See their ad on Page 67, 181.

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• A diverse calendar of activities to stimulate the mind, body, and spirit • Newly renovated and updated private and shared apartment accomodations • Private dining room, community center, and courtyard • Medication Administration • 24 hour onsite LPNs • In-house Chaplain to provide religious and spiritual support

2830 Carol Road • York, PA 17402 • Phone (717) 755-7600 • Fax (717) 718-0528 • www.brunswickatlongstown.com

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SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: • A Director of Memory Care

Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Christina Gallagher. Christina is the Director of Marketing with Homestead Village Enhanced Senior Living. See their ad on pages 161 Insert, 169

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FRANKLIN COUNTY Cottage Green 740 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-9040 Hamilton Park Apartments 100 Park Cir, Chambersburg 17202 717-263-1783 New Forge Crossing Apartments 12935 Washington Township Blvd, Waynesboro 17268 717-765-0006

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Wesley House at Quincy 6575 Orphanage Rd, Waynesboro 17268 717-749-2391

LANCASTER COUNTY Church Street Towers 333 Church St, Lancaster 17602 717-397-2835 Cocalico Place 120 E Franklin St, Ephrata 17522 717-738-4240

Orchard Run Apartments 101 Macintosh Way, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-9040

Farnum Street East 33 E Farnum St, Lancaster 17602 717-293-1334

Redwood Park Townhouses 63 Redwood St, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-4200

Franklin Street Apts 55 W Franklin St, Ephrata 17522 717-733-9330

Sunset Court Apartments and Townhouses 100 Valley Pine Ct, Chambersburg 17202 717-263-4200

King Theatre Apts 419 E King St, Lancaster 17602 717-396-0889

Tower at Falling Spring 200 N Main St, Chambersburg 17201 717-263-0119 Washington Square Apartments 78 W Washington St, Chambersburg 17201 717-414-5030 Wayne Gardens 901 Wayne Gardens Ct, Waynesboro 17268 717-762-7117 Wayne Gardens 900 Wayne Gardens Ct, Waynesboro 17268 717-762-7117 Waynesboro Apartments 401 N Church St, Waynesboro 17268 717-765-8939

Lancaster House North 335 N Prince St, Lancaster 17603 717-299-1278 Landisville Apts I & II 180 Elizabeth St, Landisville 17538 717-898-8474 Market House Apartments 41 S Poplar St, Elizabethtown 17022 717-367-8007 Marrietta Senior Apts 601 E Market St, Marietta 17547 717-735-9590 Millersville Manor 25 Lee Ave, Millersville 17551 717-872-4608 Mountain View Terrace 567 Springville Rd, New Holland 17557 717-291-1911

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Whistlestop View Apartments 443 W High St, Elizabethtown 17022 717-361-6273

Nissly Chocolate Factory Apts 951 Wood St, Mount Joy 17552 717-391-8950

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Park Avenue Apts 255 Park Ave, Lancaster 17602 717-517-7361 Ruoff Tower 315 N Prince St, Lancaster 17603 717-299-1308 Saint Peter Apts 400 Union St, Columbia 17512 717-684-9952 Sylvan Retreat Apts 400 S Rockford Rd, Mountville 17554 717-285-2667 Tabor Place Apts 440 E Grant St, Lancaster 17602 717-396-0889 The Apartments at Mulberry Corners 301 W James St, Lancaster 17603 717-509-6190 Trinity House Apts 400 Mill St, Columbia 17512 717-684-4141 Village Garden Apts 3111 Lititz Pike, Lititz 17543 717-569-9735 Westminster Place at Long Community 600 E Roseville Rd #1000, Lancaster 17601 717-381-4930 Willows at Landisville, The 611 Caroline Ct, Landisville 17538 717-205-4922

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Messiah Village Enhanced Living Memory Care

325 Wesley Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055

Golden Maple Memory Care at Bethany Village

1910 Technology Pkwy, Mechanicsburg 17050

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717-737-4028

Country Meadows of Mechanicsburg, 4905 Trindle Rd, Mechanicsburg 17050

Crossings at West Shore, The

717-795-1100 717-730-4033

717-409-8921

Bridges at Bent Creek, The, 2100 Bent Creek Blvd, Mechanicsburg 17050

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Brookdale Grandon Farms, 1100 Grandon Way, Mechanicsburg 17050

150 N 12th St, Lemoyne 17043

Artis Senior Living of the West Shore

6375 Chambersburg Rd, Fayetteville 17222

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717-737-3373

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• A diverse calendar of activities to stimulate the mind, body, and spirit

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Woods At Cedar Run, The, 824 Lisburn Rd, Camp Hill 17011

707 Shepherdstown Rd, Mechanicsburg 17055

Vibra Rehabilitation Center

Messiah Village Enhanced Living Memory Care 100 Mt Allen Dr, Mechanicsburg 17055

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Country Meadows of Hershey, 451 Sand Hill Rd, Hershey 17033

Ecumenical Retirement Community, 3525 Canby St, Harrisburg 17111

717-749-0083 717-264-6000 717-749-2308 717-709-0668

Leland, The, 120 W Main St, Waynesboro 17268

Magnolias Of Chambersburg, 735 Norland Ave, Chambersburg 17201

Parker House Assisted Living at Quincy Village 6596 Orphanage Rd, Waynesboro 17268

Providence Place Of Chambersburg, 2085 Wayne Rd, Chambersburg 17202

FRANKLIN COUNTY

717-671-4700

Brookdale Harrisburg, 3560 N Progress Ave, Harrisburg 17110

184-185 717-540-7018

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$5,400

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Country Meadows of Lancaster, 1380 Elm Ave, Lancaster 17603

Garden Spot Village Memory Support, 433 S Kinzer Ave, New Holland 17557

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2901 Harrisburg Pike, Landisville 17538

Oak Leaf Manor North

Moravian Manor, 300 W Lemon St, Lititz 17543

1520 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster 17601

Mennonite Home

Magnolias of Lancaster, 1870 Rohrerstown Road, Lancaster 17601

300 St Mark Ave, Lititz 17543

Luther Acres

717-898-4663

717-626-0214

717-390-7979

717-560-1100

717-892-5355

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Longwood Manor Personal and Memory Care 2760 Maytown Rd, Maytown 17550

717-738-5700 717-381-3591

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Landis Homes, 1001 E Oregon Rd, Lititz 17543

100 N. State St, Ephrata 17522

Keystone Villa at Ephrata

Juniper Village at Mount Joy, 607 Hearthstone Ln, Mount Joy 17552

1800 Marietta Ave, Lancaster 17603

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717-392-4100

Calvary Fellowship Homes, 502 Elizabeth Dr, Lancaster 17601

Homestead Village Enhanced Senior Living

717-581-4438 717-393-0711

Brethren Village , 3001 Lititz Pike, Lititz 17543

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Providence Place Of Chambersburg, 2085 Wayne Rd, Chambersburg 17202

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Signature Senior Living - Lititz, 80 W Millport Rd, Lititz 17543

616 W Main St, Palmyra 17078

Palmstown Manor

100 Tuck Ct, Lebanon 17042

Linden Village

Cornwall Manor, 1 Boyd St, Cornwall 17016

675 Willow Valley Sqr, Lancaster 17602

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717-940-4828

717-208-8655

Signature Senior Living - Lancaster, 31 Millersville Rd, Lancaster 17603

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Willow Valley Communities - Cedar Brook

717-665-2445

Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community 625 Robert Fulton Hwy, Quarryville 17566

717-872-9100

Pleasant View Retirement Community, 544 N Penryn Rd, Manheim 17545

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717-244-9722

Victorian Villa Personal Care Home, 621 E Main St, Dallastown 17313

717-814-5217 717-764-9994

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SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Sprenkle Drive, 1802 Folkemer Cir, York 17404

1775 Powder Mill Rd, York 17403

Senior Commons at Powder Mill

717-767-4500

Providence Place Senior Living, 3377 Fox Run Rd, Dover 17315

717-741-9919 717-764-6262

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2321 Freedom Way, York 17402

Haven at Springwood, The

717-764-1190

Country Meadows of York-West, 1920 Trolley Rd, York 17408

717-755-7600

717-845-7214

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2830 Carol Rd, York 17402

Brunswick at Longstown, The

914 W Market St, York 17401

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945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042

Spang Crest

616 W Main St, Palmyra 17078

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CAN ADVANCED CARE PLANNING HELP EVERYONE?

Can Advanced Care Planning Help Everyone? I’m sure that you’re asking how can any ONE thing help everyone? In this age where there are a multitude of different solutions for everyone, it’s hard to think that everyone taking the same action would be good. Well, let’s suppose that you were so hurt or ill that you couldn’t speak. What would your loved ones do? How would they know what treatment options and medical decisions to make for you? For that matter of fact, who would you want making those decisions? What personal values or beliefs do you have that you would want considered when making these types of decisions? Wouldn’t you need them to know what you would want? Of course, you would! This process that I’ve begun to outline is called Advanced Care Planning or ACP for short. ACP involves several issues and is for all adults over the age of 18. It means that you think about and plan for future healthcare decisions if you had sudden health event,

If your loved one was hurt or ill, wouldn’t you want to know what their wishes are? such as above. While everyone should document their healthcare decisions, the decisions that each of us would make will be different! There are many distinct types of individuals that help you to identify and document your decisions such as Social Workers, Care Managers and Advanced Care Planning Facilitators. Why should you plan for yourself and your family members? If your loved one was hurt or ill, wouldn’t you want to continued on page 182

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And Potential is

Ageless!

At our Luthercare communities, we deliver customized rehabilitation services, respite care, independent living, personal care, memory support if needed, and skilled nursing care that is individualized to meet each resident’s needs. As a result, we’ve created an engaging, person-centered lifestyle that nurtures each resident’s zest for life, filling days with purpose, meaning and joy!

Schedule your personal visit today!

600 E. Main Street Lititz, PA 17543

717.892.5355

945 Duke Street Lebanon, PA 17042

200 Luther Lane Columbia, PA 17512

717.450.7859

717.892.5120

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Where the Care and Lifestyle are Exceptional

Home of the Inner Light Academy Call our knowledgeable admission specialist at 717 624-5436.

2990 Carlisle Pike New Oxford, PA 17350 www.crosskeysvillage.org

Conveniently located near Hanover

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Can Advanced Care Planning Help Everyone? continued from page 180

know what their wishes are? For you, if you care about the burden your family and/or loved ones would be under or if you care about your wishes being heard, then please look at the Advanced Care Planning process. Both Chris and I at Seniors Blue Book are Advanced Care Planning Facilitators thanks to the partnership between Lancaster General Health and Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foundation – so you can ask us to help! Alternatively ask a Social Worker or Care Manager at any hospital that is close to you. If you’d rather, you can go to www.yourlifeyourwishes.com or www.lghealth.org/advancecareplanning/ to learn more. Editor’s Note: Contact Chris or Cynthia for help with Advance Care Planning at pa-info@ seniorsbluebook.com. Cynthia Gartman, Publisher, First Steps ACP Certified Facilitator, Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)

SUBSIDIZED HOUSING RESOURCES

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Willow Terrace 800 Willow St, Lebanon 17042 717-273-1711

Newport Hotel Senior Housing 2 N 2nd St, Newport 17074 717-567-0329

PERRY COUNTY

Newport Square Apartments 9 S 2nd St, Newport 17074 717-567-9815

Episcopal Commons 502 S 4th St, Newport 17074 717-567-3626 Episcopal Square Apartments 101 N Prince St, Shippensburg 17257 717-530-1277 Locust Village 200 Leonard St, Marysville 17053 814-466-7553

Pfautz Apartments 5 Pfautz Rd, Duncannon 17020 717-834-4116 Pine Street Commons 302 N Pine St, Liverpool 17045 800-735-3068

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This intimate independent living community offers spacious apartments, friendly neighbors, delicious meals and a wide variety of daily activities to pick from. Call for a tour! 1775 Powder Mill Road York, PA 17403 717-814-5217 www.powdermill.com

SUBSIDIZED HOUSING RESOURCES

Shermans Valley Apartments 50 Powell Ln, Loysville 17047 717-789-9389 Susquehanna Apartments 629 N Market St, Duncannon 17020 717-834-9522

YORK COUNTY Broad Park Manor 440 & 449 E King St, York 17403 717-854-1415 Broad Park Manor 133 S Broad St, York 17403 717-854-1416 Clearview Terrace I & II 800 Randolph St, Hanover 17331 717-632-8081 Cloverfield Apts 1500 Rodney Rd, York 17408 717-764-5464 Delphia House 350 E Philadelphia St, York 17403 717-843-1064 Dutch Kitchen SRO 381 W Market St, York 17401 717-846-5281 Green Meadow 20 Beaver St, Dillsburg 17019 717-432-2556

Highland Manor 36 Highland Manor Dr Stewartstown 17363 717-993-6541 Hotel Richard McAlister 11 York St, Hanover 17331 717-633-5000 Kingston House 1243 W King St, York 17404 717-848-2927 Park View at Manchester Heights Apts 1900 Barley Rd, York 17408 717-767-1184 Park View at Tyler Run 2105 Knob Hill Rd, York 17403 717-854-6909

MEMORY CARE PERSONAL CARE & ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITIES

Where neighbors quickly become friends!

Springfield Apts 1930 Kenneth Rd, York 17408 717-764-1344 Springwood Overlook 2330 Freedom Way, York 17402 717-741-4225 Stony Brook Manor 100 Pleasant Acres Rd, York 17402 717-764-1344 York Towne House 200 N Duke St, York 17401 717-845-2857 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com 183


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717.540.7018

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Assisted Living 717.274.7400

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801 N Hanover St, Carlisle 17013

CUMBERLAND COUNTY

717-334-6249

Transitions Healthcare Gettysburg, 595 Biglerville Rd, Gettysburg 17325

Church Of God Home

717-334-6204

SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Gettysburg 1075 Old Harrisburg Rd, Gettysburg 17325

6375 Chambersburg Rd, Fayetteville 17222

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Genesis HealthCare - Gettysburg Center, 867 York Rd, Gettysburg 17325

Paramount Senior Living at Chambersburg Rd

717-334-6764

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Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community, 2990 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford 17350

SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES

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Frey Village, 1020 N Union St, Middletown 17057

Homeland Center

717-441-8581

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Campus of the Jewish Home Of Greater Harrisburg 4000 Linglestown Rd, Harrisburg 17112

707 Shepherdstown Rd, Mechanicsburg 17055

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Thornwald Home, 442 Walnut Bottom Rd, Carlisle 17013 64

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5225 Wilson Ln, Mechanicsburg 17055

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940 Walnut Bottom Rd, Carlisle 17015 717-790-8201

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717-565-7000

Spring Creek Rehabilitation & Health Care Center 1205 S 28Th St, Harrisburg 17111

Falling Spring Nursing And Rehabilitation Center 201 Franklin Farm Ln, Chambersburg 17202

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Elizabethtown Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 141 Heisey Ave, Elizabethtown 17022

717-355-6000 717-626-0211 717-336-3878 717-393-0419 610-593-6901

Garden Spot Village - Skilled Nursing, 433 S Kinzer Ave, New Holland 17557

Gardens at Lititz, The, 125 S Broad St, Lititz 17543

Gardens at Stevens, The, 400 Lancaster Ave, Stevens 17578

Genesis Healthcare - Hamilton Arms Center 336 S West End Ave, Lancaster 17603

Harrison Senior Living Of Christiana, 41 Newport Ave, Christiana 17509

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$260

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Homestead Village Enhanced Senior Living

1800 Marietta Ave, Lancaster 17604

717-354-1800

Fairmount Homes, 333 Wheat Ridge Dr, Ephrata 17522

99 Bethany Rd, Ephrata 17522

$260

$265

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$359

$347

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Conestoga View Nursing & Rehabilitation, 900 E King St, Lancaster 17602

66

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Ephrata Manor

717-569-2657

Calvary Fellowship Homes, 502 Elizabeth Dr, Lancaster 17601

LANCASTER COUNTY

717-264-6815

Brethren Village, 3001 Lititz Pike , Lititz 17543

Shook Home, The, 55 South Second St, Chambersburg 17201

SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES

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Moravian Manor, 300 W Lemon St, Lititz 17543

Mt. Hope Nazarene Retirement Comm, 3026 Mt Hope Home Rd, Manheim 17545

Pleasant View Retirement Community, 544 N Penryn Rd, Manheim 17545

Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community 625 Robert Fulton Hwy, Quarryville 17566

St Anne’s Retirement Community 3952 Columbia Ave, West Hempfield Twp. 17512

1520 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster 17601

$352

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Masonic Village At Elizabethtown, One Masonic Dr, Elizabethtown 17022

Mennonite Home

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Maple Farm, 604 Oak St, Akron 17501

100 Abbeyville Rd, Lancaster 17603

ManorCare Health Services-Lancaster

320 S Market St, Elizabethtown 17022

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Rothermel L. Caplan Transitional Care Unit, 30 N. 4th Street, Lebanon 17046

900 Tuck St, Lebanon 17042

ManorCare Health Services-Lebanon

Londonderry Village, 1200 Grubb St, Palmyra 17078

550 E Main St, Annville 17003

$297

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Gardens at Palmyra, The, 341 N Railroad St, Palmyra 17078 68

717-838-2231 717-838-3011

Gardens at Campbelltown, The, 2880 Horseshoe Pike, Palmyra 17078

Lebanon Valley Home, The

717-867-4636 $278 33 • • • •

717-273-2647 195

717-274-0421

Cornwall Manor, 1 Boyd St, Cornwall 17016

200 Bellann Ct, Annville 17003

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Cedar Haven Healthcare Center, 590 S 5Th Ave, Lebanon 17042

Countryside Christian Community

$326

$270

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LEBANON COUNTY

Zerbe Sisters at Zerbe Retirement Community, 2499 Zerbe Rd, Narvon 17555

675 Willow Valley Sqr, Lancaster 17602

Willow Valley Communities - The Glen

300 Willow Valley Lakes Dr, Willow Street 17584

196

717-626-2071

United Zion Retirement Community, 722 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz 17543

Willow Valley Communities - Lakeside

717-684-7555

Susquehanna Valley Nursing And Rehabilitation Center, LLC 745 Old Chiques Hill Rd, Columbia 17512

3952 Columbia Ave, West Hempfield Twp. 17512

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Colonial Manor Nursing Home, 970 Colonial Ave, York 17403

Dallastown Nursing Center, 623 E Main St, Dallastown 17313

Hanover Hall, 267 Frederick St, Hanover 17331

Homewood At Plum Creek, 425 Westminster Ave, Hanover 17331

YORK COUNTY

717-582-4346

Stonebridge Health And Rehabilitation Ctr, 102 Chandra Dr, Duncannon 17020

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Premier at Perry Village, 213 E Main St, New Bloomfield 17068

7 W Park Ave, Myerstown 17067

Stoneridge Towne Centre

450 E Lincoln Ave, Myerstown 17067

Stoneridge Poplar Run

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945 Duke St, Lebanon 17042

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717-843-9866 717-235-6895 717-767-5404 717-637-0633

Rest Haven - York Rehabilitation & Nursing Center 1050 S George St, York 17403

SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Shrewsbury 200 Luther Rd, Shrewsbury 17361

SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Sprenkle Drive 1801 Folkemer Cir, York 17404

SpiriTrust Lutheran - The Village at Utz Terrace 2100 Utz Terrace, Hanover 17331

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Pleasant Acres Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 118 Pleasant Acres Rd, York 17402

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Normandie Ridge, 1700 Normandie Drive, York 17408

998 S Russell St, York 17402

Misericordia Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Margaret E. Moul Home, 2050 Barley Rd, York 17408

200 Pauline Dr, York 17402 $410

69, 717-741-0824 $305 151 • • • • • • • 184-185

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69, 717-767-6530 $311 161 • • • • • • • 184-185

1770 Barley Rd, York 17408

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2400 Kingston Ct, York 17402

100 W Queen St, Dallastown 17313 69, 717-755-8811 $311 151 • • • • 184-185

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717-637-4166

ManorCare Health Services-Dallastown

Homewood At Plum Creek, 425 Westminster Ave, Hanover 17331

SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES

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WHAT IS SUPPORTS COORDINATION? HOW CAN IT HELP OUR FAMILY?

WHAT IS Supports Coordination

How can it Help our Family? Nobody prepares you to watch your loved ones get older. As our lives become busier and more hectic, theirs are slowing down. Health conditions and physical limitations may bring new challenges to them, and they begin to struggle to remain independent. As members of our families age, they have needs that we are going to need to provide, but we may not know how. Families can adapt to these new needs, but they are going to need some assistance. This is where supports coordination, a company with a special set of skills, comes in.

What is Supports Coordination? Everyone has a set of needs that must be met on a daily basis. Personal hygiene, nutrition, a clean home, and management of health conditions need constant maintenance. This requires a careful eye, and can quickly become a full-time job. A supports coordinator is a professional who will evaluate the day to day needs of an aging family member and spot the areas in which there are services that could assist. For instance, if you are available to spend time caring for your loved

one in the evening, but there is no one to help during the day, a supports coordinator can see that need and recommend services such as a home health aide, or a meal delivery service to help.

How Can Supports Coordination Help Our Family? Caring for our loved ones is a privilege, but it can quickly become overwhelming. Supports coordinators help to relieve that burden on the family, as they not only monitor the aging client to ensure their needs are being met, they also survey the family who assists them to ensure no one is suffering from caretaker burnout. If signs of burnout are noticed, the supports coordinator can then make suggestions to help.

Is Supports Coordination Right for Our Family? Everyone needs a little help, and a great Supports Coordinator provides just that. By having a fresh set of eyes to evaluate your family member’s care, you are ensuring that they will be better cared for. If caring for an aged family member is becoming an overwhelming task, reach out and find a supports coordinator, like Legendary Supports Coordination, to help you get things back on track. Editor’s Note: This article was contributed by Shannon Peguese, Chief Operating Officer of Legendary Supports Coordination. See their ad on page IBC.

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Unrivaled quality of care in an exceptional environment. Your injury or illness may have been unplanned, but your recovery doesn’t have to be. Choose a community with a reputation for innovative quality care. Willow Valley Communities offers short-term rehabilitation services as well as long-term skilled nursing care all in extraordinary comfort and style. With our in-house licensed therapy group and caring nursing team, not only will you receive the highest level of compassionate care, but you will also enjoy nutritious gourmet-style meals, a variety of creative pursuits, and all the comforts of home. Learn more today. Contact our Admissions Counselor at 717.940.4828. WillowValleyCommunities.org | Lancaster, PA 196 SENIORS BLUE BOOK OF SOUTH CENTRAL PA –WINTER - SUMMER 2018


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23,25 45

Advoz Mediation and Restorative Practices

119

Caring Matters Home Care Lancaster

Alzheimer’s Association of Central PA

105

Central Penn Nursing Harrisburg

Amramp

105

Central Penn Nursing Lancaster

105

Central Penn Nursing Lebanon

146

Church of God Home

184185

Arden Courts of Susquehanna

160 Insert

Artis Senior Living of the West Shore

3

ComForCare of Lancaster

128

Asana Hospice

167

Autumn House East

118

Comfort Keepers

167

Autumn House West

56

Community Benefits Solutions

115

Bayada Home Health Care

118

Compassionate Hearts Personal Assistance

1

Bellomo & Associates, LLC

145

Brookside at Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community

171, 175

Brunswick at Longstown, The

119

29, 105 Connect America

Bethany Village

67, 181

Caring Matters Home Care Gettysburg

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Countryside Christian Community

67, 181 Cross Keys Village 167, BC Crossings at West Shore, The 43

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Elder Healthcare Solutions

66

Ephrata Manor

145

Essex House - Holiday Retirement

161 Insert

Farmstead at Homestead Village

119

Firstlight Home Care - Cumberland and Dauphin Counties

145

Golden Maple Memory Care at Bethany Village

162163

Greenfield Senior Living at Graysonview

165

Haven at Springwood, The

184-185 Heartland Home Health 2

161 Insert, 169

Homestead Village Enhanced Senior Living

71

Keystone Villa at Ephrata

68

Lebanon Valley Home, The

IBC

Legendary Support Coordination

184-185 Linden Village 181

Luther Acres

145

Manor at Oakridge - Holiday Retirement

69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 Camp Hill 69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 Carlisle

Hoffmeyer & Semmelman, LLC

132

Homeland HomeCare

132

Homeland HomeHealth

132

Homeland Hospice

132

Homeland Center

69, ManorCare Health Services 184-1855 Chambersburg 69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 Dallastown 69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 Elizabethtown 69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 Lancaster

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69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 Lebanon 69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 York N, Barley Rd.

59

OSS Health

59

OSS Health Foot and Ankle Specialists

59

OSS Health Internal Medicine

69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 York S, Pauline Dr.

59

OSS Health, East York

69, ManorCare Health Services 184-185 York, Kingston Ct.

59

OSS Health, Gettysburg Orthopaedics

145

MapleWood Assisted Living at Bethany Village

59

OSS Health, Hanover Orthopaedics

103

Mediquest Staffing & Mediquest Homecare

59

OSS Health Mechanicsburg

135

Mennonite Home

81

PA Link to Aging & Disability Services

60

Middletown Home, The

169

Palmstown Manor

195

Misericordia

83

Pennsylvania Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

13

Moravian Center Adult Day

165

Oak Leaf Manor North

93

RSVP - Retired Senior Volunteer Program

165

Oak Leaf Manor South

IFC

Select Specialty Hospital Camp Hill

145

Oaks Skilled Nursing at Bethany Village, The

IFC

Select Specialty Hospital Harrisburg

121

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IFC

Select Specialty Hospital - York

149, 183

Senior Commons at Powder Mill

181

Spang Crest

115

Specialty Home Care

181

St. John’s Herr Estate

146

Stoneridge Poplar Run

146

Stoneridge Towne Centre

137, 169 46-47, 80 46-47, 80

46-47, 85

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover SurgiCenter

64

Vibra Rehabilitation Center

117

Visiting Angels - Hanover

117

Visiting Angels - Lancaster

117

Visiting Angels - York

196

Willow Valley Communities

196

Willow Valley Communities Cedar Brook

196

Willow Valley Communities Lakeside

196

Willow Valley Communities Meadow Ridge

196

Willow Valley Communities The Glen

135

Woodcrest Villa

Traditions of Hershey

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover UPMC Pinnacle Hanover Medical Fitness Center

46-47, 80

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover Rehab Center - Cherry Tree

46-47, 80

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover Rehab Center - Hillside

46-47, 80

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover Rehab Center - Littlestown

46-47, 80

UPMC Pinnacle Hanover Rehab Center - Spring Grove

31, 77 12

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