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Senior Living in West Mifflin, PA

Memory Care addition opening in Jan of 2014

For families of an aging senior, the decision to place their loved one in a personal care facility comes with a great deal of comparisons and should bring positive, life benefiting results for both the senior and their family. Here at Locust Grove Senior Living we strive to make the decision making process as pain-free and comfortable as possible, because when it comes to the care of your loved one, we know that both their health and general well-being are your biggest concern.

When searching for personal care options in West Mifflin, PA, look no further than Locust Grove Senior Living. At Locust Grove Senior Living we provide you or your loved one with as much independence and privacy as they want, while still remaining present and available for their personal assistance and health care needs. The Locust Grove Senior Living community has nurses and resident assistants on duty 24 hours a day to provide health care and personal assistance with such things as bathing, dressing and medication administration, all provided in a homelike environment.

Schedule a tour today and you'll see for yourself why choosing Locust Grove Senior Living in West Mifflin for yourself or you loved one will be worry free and comforting.

"Locust Grove is a resident centered living community that promotes an environment that will appeal to people as a place to live, visit and work. Resident Council meets monthly to provide a mechanism to assist in identifying issues for a resolution through appropriate channels. It also welcomes suggestions from family members for consideration and action as needed. Our primary goal is to improve communication that will contribute to a safe, relaxing, and comfortable living environment. As a resident, I find the Administration Staff and all the personnel to be friendly and accessible to requests for assistance and emotional support."

- Norma Roney, President of Resident Council, retired nurse from Magee Women’s Hospital