Providence Place Senior Living

Mardi Gras Celebration

Providence Place of Drums welcomes you to stop by for some Mardi Gras doughnuts and tour our model apartments on Tuesday, February 28. An RSVP is requested. Call Stephanie Miller at 570-956-8495 or email This email address is being protected...

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Life Care Plan Lunch and Learn

What is a Life Care Plan and why is it important? Guest speaker Heidi Young of the Law Offices of Kreisher and Gregorowicz will share about these valuable tools for managing illness and disability. RSVP is requested by February 9....

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Alzheimer’s Association Support Group 8-23-2016

Alzheimer’s Association Support Group August 25, 2016 6PM Join other caregivers for light refreshments, reserve your seat by 8/23/2016 “Activities to Consider for Family Members with Dementia/Alzheimers” Reserve your seat by 8/23/2016, seating is limited. 149 S. Hunter Highway, Rte....

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Ways to Save Money on Senior Care - Lunch and Learn

We all know that getting older isn't for wimps and all those aches, pains and extra care can stretch the budget. Join us at Providence Place of Drums for a lunch and learn on ways to save money on senior...

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Connecting with Dementia Patients through Activites 10-06-2016

Connecting with Dementia Patients through Activites October 6, 2016 11:30 to 2:15pm Objectives: -Discuss the Importance of engaging patients with dementia in activites -Review and explain how activities enhance the body and mind -Establish guidelines and create engagement for the...

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I am comfortable here. I do not feel any stress or pressures. The people are very friendly and the food is good!
C. Crafa
I moved here last July, and it is a wonderful place for seniors to come and live. Staff, nursing, and the overall environment are very nice.
D. Wetzel
I have lived here for 14 months and I have nothing but praise for each and every one here. All my blessings.
A. Hinkle
I love the new renovations done here at Providence Place. It makes living here even more pleasant than before.
F. Schmuck