Beaver Meadows Living Assistance in Greater Pittsburgh
Beaver Meadows is a state-of-the-art living assistance community from St. Barnabas that aims to accommodate our residents’ changing needs and preferences through a comprehensive continuum of care. In recognition of the high-quality care we provide to our residents, St. Barnabas’ living assistance communities have been voted #1 Best Living Assistance on Tuscarawas Road. Learn more about Beaver Meadows, our award-winning living assistance campus in Beaver County, Pennsylvania.
About Beaver Meadows at St. Barnabas
Living assistance is an ideal solution for residents who need occasional help with daily tasks, such as dressing, bathing, grooming, and more, yet do not require the full capabilities of a clinical nursing home. Beaver Meadows is a long-term care alternative that provides a premier living experience in a warm and caring residential setting. We have a 75-bed capacity with accommodations for both single patients and couples. Our residents enjoy three meals a day in our dining room made by our dietician. Snacks are available, and any special dietary needs can also be met at Beaver Meadows.
We always aim to maximize our residents’ dignity, autonomy, and safety while adapting to changing needs with our continuum of care. Residents are well cared for at all times, with care attendants on duty 24/7 and access to our nursing team daily. Our on-staff doctors make rounds regularly, and our residents have access to physical, occupational, and speech therapists as needed so you can be sure your family member is safe and healthy.
Beaver Meadows also offers a Memory Care program for residents living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Our program is certified by the Alzheimer’s Association, as we utilize its person-centered model of habilitation therapy.
We have highly-trained staff on duty 24/7 making safety checks and providing compassionate care for our residents with memory impairment that is tailored to their specific needs. We believe in using a holistic approach to each resident’s care and encourage family and community involvement through one-on-one and small group care, as well as support group meetings for family and caregivers.
Amenities and Services
At Beaver Meadows, residents enjoy amenities and care services in addition to comfortable and secure living spaces, so you can rest assured that your loved one will be treated with care, compassion and love. Residents can take advantage of the following additional services:
• High-speed internet access with computers available
• Delicious home-style menu with 3 meals a day prepared by a dietitian
• Three comfortable lounges for socialization, relaxation, and family visits
• Buses available on weekdays for transport to appointments and other outings
• Various game nights, including bingo and trivia
• Movie nights
• Visits by local performers, church groups, and organizations
• Religious services and meetings in our chapel
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re looking for more information about Beaver Meadows, you may find some answers in our frequently asked questions:
Who owns Beaver Meadows?
Beaver Meadows is owned by St. Barnabas, a nonprofit organization in Western Pennsylvania with a 120-year history of serving retirees and older residents with comprehensive and continuing care.
What safety features are found at Beaver Meadows?
Beaver Meadows was designed with safety in mind, from the non-combustible building construction to the newly installed security alarms. Medical care is also available whenever needed for our residents.
Do I have to furnish my room?
Beaver Meadows will provide basic room furnishings, but you are more than welcome to bring your own decorations or furniture if you prefer.
Is financial assistance available for residents?
Beaver Meadows is a private-pay community, but we do offer certain veteran benefits if you are a Veteran or spouse of a deceased Veteran. Visit the Veteran Benefits section to learn more about eligibility.
Contact us today to learn more about living assistance at Beaver Meadows in the Greater Pittsburgh area.