Abramson Senior Care, a non-for-profit nursing facility in Blue Bell which has been operating since 1866, was recently highlighted by The Philadelphia Inquirer.
With the help of a $30 million endowment, Abramson Senior Care has expanded over the years into community-based home care, hospice, and private-duty nurses.
From the article:
Abramson is trying to build a model designed to help poor and lower-income seniors living at home navigate health care and other services that help them remain independent.
The service combines care managers and nurse practitioners to help seniors and their families assess the safety of living at home, understand their options, create care plans, and access resources.
From Abramson’s website:
Abramson Senior Care, a nonprofit regional leader in services for seniors, is announcing a new strategic direction for the organization and new leadership. For over 157 years, Abramson Senior Care has been dedicated to ensuring that seniors and their families have the resources and guidance they need to age safely with dignity, independence and choice. Abramson Senior Care will now focus its team of geriatric experts on care planning and coordination for patients and their families. The organization has recently announced the sale of its Hospice, Home Health and Private Duty divisions to BAYADA Home Health Care.
The facility’s address is 5 Sentry Parkway East, Suite 100, Blue Bell.