PA providers partner for aging in place

Two Pennsylvania providers want to help seniors age at home.

Friends Life Care has entered into an agreement with SpiriTrust Lutheran to co-brand and launch a Continuing Care at Home (CCAH) program that will launch early this year.

“The Friends Life Care program provides a truly unique combination of care coordination and financial benefit needed to help insure older adults have the resources and support that they will need to remain in their own homes as they age,” says Angela Dohrman, senior vice president and COO for SpiriTrust Lutheran in a press release. “If home care is ever needed, it will be coordinated by Friends Life Care and provided by SpiriTrust Lutheran’s trusted network of caregivers.”

Friends Life Care offers wellness programs, home healthcare, personal services and facility care in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

SpiriTrust Lutheran offers senior living services, home healthcare, hospice and in-home support in Pennsylvania and Maryland. 

Topics: Housing