Berks County Partners Network

Berks County partners in the Pennsylvania LINK to Aging and Disability Resources | Berks-Lancaster-Lebanon Service Area include community entities, organizations and agencies that provide an information sharing network for individuals over the age of 60; persons with disabilities; veterans; family members and care givers.

The Partners Network includes“Community Agencies that provide services and supports that impact individuals over the age of 60 and adults with disabilities.” The Partners Network includes agencies and organizations that work with housing issues, transportation, employment, county government, and agencies and organizations that serve people with disabilities that overlap with the target populations.

The organizations listed below (click on the organization’s name to go directly to the organization’s Website) represent a caring, knowledgeable network of collaborating partners which will provide supportive services to inquiring families and consumers in Berks County. Information and assistance services will be provided for both private pay and publicly funded individuals.

There is no charge for information or for assistance provided by the Berks County Partners Network. Some service provider agencies may assign charges.

  • ABILITIES IN MOTION – Call 888.376.0120 – Email: info@abilitiesinmotion.org – AIM is a leader throughout the community on the issues of consumer choice and control, and is one of 18 Centers for Independent Living (CIL) in Pennsylvania. The mission of AIM is to help people determine their own individual lifestyle, based on personal choice, from a wide spectrum of acceptable alternatives. AIM supports the philosophy of Independent Living through its concepts that are being proven daily by more and more people with disabilities as they choose to assume the responsibilities of directing their own lives by becoming active, contributing participants in the mainstream of their communities. As a Center for Independent Living, AIM provides: Information and Referral, Peer Counseling, Independent Living Skills Training, and System Advocacy Change.
  • Ageless Harmony Adult Senior Day Care and Community ServicesCreating Special Days for Special Needs Seniors – Ageless Harmony provides comprehensive day services for adults who need varying levels of care and supervision. The program enables participants to live more independently, while providing support and relief to their care givers. Ageless Harmony Adult Day Care is an effective alternative to premature nursing home care. The Ageless Harmony program is open Monday thru Friday, 7:30 AM to 5 PM. Three locations in Berks County: 3524 Kutztown Road, Laureldale, 610.929.1197 – 3024 Penn Avenue, West Lawn (next to Adelphia Seafood), 610.685.2382 – 2710 Grant Street, Mt. Penn, (across from Mt. Penn Volunteer Fire Co) – 610.898.0712.
  • AHEDD – Greater Berks County Area – AHEDD provides employment services throughout Pennsylvania to people with disabilities.  The individuals we serve include youth in transition from school-to-work and adults who are looking for employment in the community.  Participants in AHEDD’s services benefit from a customized plan of service that can include: skill assessments; career exploration and development; self-directed job search; job placement; work site support/training; and/or consultation on benefits management issues by Certified Work Incentive Coordinators (CWICs). – Phone 610.375.7692
  • Assured Assistance LLCAssured Assistance is an experienced team of compassionate non-medical caregivers. Part-time or full-time, a few hours a week or 24/7, an Assured Assistance professional caregiver is someone you can count on. The help you need: when, where and how you want it. We offer a full range of non-medical services so that you can choose exactly the help you need. With Assured Assistance, you can maintain your independent lifestyle and focus on the things that are important to you. To arrange a FREE, confidential, no obligation personal visit with a friendly Assured Assistance Client Relations Manager, call us at 610-796-4737.
  • BERKS COUNTY AREA AGENCY ON AGING – Call 610.478.6500 – Email: aging@countyofberks.com – The mission of the Berks County Area Agency on Aging is to provide services, based on need, to all older Berks County residents and those with disabilities; empowering self-determination; advocating for their rights; and promoting the highest possible level of independence.The Berks County Area Agency on Aging serves county residents with comprehensive services for our over 60 population. As your area agency on aging we provide a variety of services and programs to assist families and individuals over 60 achieve independence to be self sufficient. Whether you require senior center services, in-home services, a comprehensive assessment, information and referral services, care management, caregiver support services, protective services, adult day care centers we are here to help you acquire those services. We are proud to be here to serve our aging community.
  • Berks County Veterans Affairs – The mission of our local Berks County Department of Veterans Affairs is to administer a comprehensive array of benefit programs and provide assistance services pertaining to claims to the veterans of Berks County and their dependent widows/widowers and orphans in the most expeditious and accountable manner we can. These benefits include those provided by federal, state, and local governments. Call 610-378-5601 – At any time feel free to press # to be transferred to an available Veteran’s Service Officer
  • Beyond the Fork in the Road – Senior Moving Solutions56-F West Church Street, Denver, PA – 717-335-8080 – As senior move managers, we provide persons with disabilities and older individuals with the services needed to ease both the physical demand and emotional stress associated with the moving process. We will pack and unpack, develop floor plans, provide asset disposition strategies and resettling activities in the new home such as re-stocking the refrigerator, making the bed, connecting the computer and more. People who are transitioning to a new home just need to call Beyond the Fork in the Road and consider it done!
  • Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services (BBVS) – The mission of the Bureau is to assist Pennsylvanians who are blind or visually impaired gain the skills necessary to live and work independently in their communities. Blindness & Visual Services, 300 G Laird Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 – 570-826-2361 Voice; 866-277-4163 Voice*, 570-826-2023 TTY. 888-651-6117 TTY*
  • Comfort Keepers – Berks County call 610.678.8000 – Comfort Keepers is committed to providing exceptional in-home care for Berks County Seniors. We focus on hiring, training, and retaining compassionate caregivers who provide Personal Care and Homemaker services to seniors who prefer to live in the comfort of their own home. Our caregivers, called Comfort Keepers, become an integral part of our client’s lives, make a significant improvement in their quality of life, and follow detailed, individualized care plans designed to effectively support them. Our mission is to provide our clients with the highest level of quality of life that is achievable. We shall treat each of our clients with the dignity and respect that they deserve, as though we were caring for a member of our own family.
  • Cope Mosaic is a service to help prepare your important documents and prepare for end of life situations.  We are “people helping people through the Probate/Estate process”  Our mission is to simplify the process, not leaving this burden to your loved ones.   We work closely with you to make a plan so all your documents are easily accessible, or help your loved one through the Probate/Estate process not having to hire an expensive Attorney.  We have over 25 years in the finance industry specializing in Estate matters.  Our goal is to save every client stress, time and money during what can be a chaotic and confusing time. Call 717-975-7836
  • Curran Estate Law – We focus in the areas of Elder Law, Estate Planning, Asset Protection, Medicaid Qualification/Nursing Home Issues and VA Benefits. Estate planning isn’t about how much money you have, it’s about protecting what you have for you, during your lifetime and for those you love after you’re gone. It ensures what you have gets to the people you love, the way you want, when you want. Estate Planning really is for everyone. Estate planning can only be done by attorneys, and it can be as simple as a Will, Health Care Documents, Living Will and Power of Attorney. It can also include a revocable, probate-avoidance trust, asset protection trusts, multi-generational tax-saving trusts, tax-saving charitable trusts, private family foundations, and many other fact-specific strategies. Call 610-406-5377.
  • DISABILITY EMPOWERMENT CENTER: Call 717.394.1890 – email: decinfo@decpa.org – The purpose of the Disability Empowerment Center (DEC), is to ensure and advance the rights of persons with diverse disabilities in order for them to integrate or maintain a full independent lifestyle, free from all barriers and to support them to achieve their individually established goals. All supports are consumer designed, person directed, and community based, thereby empowering each person to have control over his/her life and live the life they have chosen for themselves.
  • Dynamic Physical Therapy – “We are a full service physical therapy facility. We specialize in Orthopedic and Sports Related Injuries. Medicare/Senior Care, Work Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Vestibular Rehabilitation , Hand Therapy , Aquatic Therapy. We have Free transportation, and bi-lingual staff that’s available. We have 24 hour 7 days a week scheduling at our website, www.dynamicpt.com , and will get back to you promptly.” Remember it’s Your Body Your Choice, choose Dynamic. Call us at 800-797-4757.”
  • Epilepsy Foundation | Eastern Pennsylvania – Our mission at Epilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania (EFEPA) is to lead the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.  We focus primarily on meeting the non-medical needs of people affected by epilepsy/seizure disorder to enhance their lives and build supportive communities.  Berks County is one of eighteen counties in our service area. Please call 800-887-7165 x104.
  • Good News Consulting, Inc. is an eldercare management company specializing in dementia care. Our highly experienced professional team delivers dementia care training to professionals and families; person-centered transformation projects to long term living communities / agencies; private geriatric care management, professional guardianship services, adult day services, and senior care management.
  • Green Hills Manor – Located on 78 acres of rolling hills in Berks County on the campus of The Heritage of Green Hills, Green Hills Manor is a gracious, personal care and memory care community focused on helping residents reach their highest level of independence. Green Hills Manor provides a wealth of healthcare and support services to provide residents with a perfect blend of comfort, security and care. Their Well By Design program focuses on 8 dimensions of wellness, allowing residents to lead rich, fulfill lives. Families benefit from the peace of mind that comes with 24-hour personalized care and professional licensed nurses on-site. Green Hills Manor is managed by Life Care Services, the national leader in the development and management of senior living communities.
  • Griswold Home Care – Berks CountyCall 610.372.9940.  Griswold Home Care has been referring caregivers who provide non-medical in-home care for over 30 years. We’ve helped more than 100,000 families connect with experienced and compassionate professionals.  Services include personal care, homemaking and companionship.
  • HGSK Law Firm – 138 North Fifth Street, Reading, PA 19601 – 610.374.8344 The mission of HGSK’s Community Services Outreach & Support office is to help families who have recently suffered a tragedy by putting them in contact with social service organizations, government agencies and other entities that can provide support, including, when requested, recommendations for legal services.
  • Hands From the Heart Home Healthcare Services – 844-6-HOMENOW (844-646-6366) – Hands From The Heart Home Healthcare Services is a privately owned non-medical home healthcare provider. We help seniors and those with disabilities live independently in their own homes. We believe that it is not just a privilege for seniors, but a right. Hands From the Heart Home Healthcare services was established in 2011. Our corporate office is located in Bala Cynwyd; however, we provide services within 13 counties in the state of Pennsylvania. We are also VA and Medicaid approved.
  • Hamilton Relay | Pennsylvania TRS Outreach – Hamilton Relay offers high quality professional outreach services to ensure people are aware of relay services, and that they understand how to use relay when making or receiving calls. If you are not sure about how relay works and would like to learn more about what types of relay services work best for you, contact us! If you know of an agency, business, school or individual who could benefit from training on how to use Relay services, we are glad to provide professional training services. Contact your Outreach Coordinator, Cheryl Deitz, today! cheryl.deitz@hamiltontel.com.
  • Help U Stay – We are in the business of helping people stay in their homes longer by doing remodeling modifications to their home such as barrier free showers, walk in tubs and universal kitchens. We basically help people remodel today for their needs tomorrow. Call 610.926.4996.
  • Heron Companions – Heron Companions is a trusted and respected provider of comprehensive home care services and support for you and your family. We are dedicated to providing quality, reliable, and nurturing non-medical home care services. Heron has been providing services in multiple counties for many years, and are also a provider for the state. We strive to afford each client independence and dignity. Our personalized Plan of Care is designed to meet the needs of our elderly, disabled adults and special needs clients. Our well trained, experienced and compassionate caregivers treat each client as if they would want their own family member to be treated. At Heron Companions we take pride and consider it an honor to be part of our clients’ and their families’ lives.
  • Hospice & Community CareCall 717-295-3900. Hospice & Community Care is dedicated to providing care and comfort to help patients and families live better at end of life. Our services are available for all in our community regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. Care and support is available in patient homes, nursing homes and senior care communities, hospitals, and in our Hospice Inpatient Center. The Pathways Center for Grief & Loss is available to support adults, teens, and children in the community coping with the loss of a loved one.
  • Housing Development Corporation (HDC) – Mid-Atlantic is the premier, non-profit provider of quality affordable apartments, townhomes, and rental housing. We are dedicated to expanding residential opportunities for low-income families, senior citizens and individuals by providing affordable, safe and secure housing solutions.  Our efforts increase our residents’ self-sufficiency, improve living conditions, sponsor drug-free housing, and support youth by helping parents provide a stable atmosphere.  (Equal Housing Opportunity) For more information about affordable housing, please call 717-291-1911 X 8054 or email info@hdcweb.com.
  • IM ABLE FoundationIn 2007, the IM ABLE Foundation was created to build on the active lifestyles that founder, Chris Kaag, a disabled United States Marine, promotes for individuals with disabilities. IM ABLE’s goal is to help all individuals realize the potential to go further and push harder than their preconceived limits, because once this potential is realized, the possibilities are endless. With handcycles, racing chairs, adaptive skis and other advancements in technology, it is possible for anyone who has a disability to increase their fitness level. Never forget to appreciate what you CAN do and GET UP AND MOVE! The mission of the IM ABLE Foundation is to remove obstacles that prevent people affected by disabilities from being physically active by providing grants, resources, fitness opportunities and motivation. We change attitudes about the potential of disabled individuals by redefining what is possible.
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  • John Paul II Center for Special Learning Call 610-777-0605 or email bpreston@johnpauliicenter.org – John Paul II Center for Special Learning encourages children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to explore their purpose and reach for goals through unique special education and social programming.  Students ages 3 to 21 are able to learn and grow throughout our school-age program, with the later years focusing on transition and life skills.  For individuals age 21 and older, our Adult Program offers the opportunity to continue developing skills while making individual needs a priority.
  • Lehigh Valley Respiratory Care1176 Enterprise Court, East Petersburg, PA 17520 – 717-569-4667 – Locally owned and operated since 1985, we are a full service oxygen and medical equipment company specializing in adult and pediatric respiratory care. Partnering with you to provide practical solutions to your respiratory and medical equipment needs. We provide 24 hour emergency service and are CHAP accredited.
  • Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped – Free Library of PhiladelphiaThe Free Library of Philadelphia’s Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (LBPH), as part of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress (NLS) serves Pennsylvania residents who have difficulty reading due to a physical impairment, a reading disability, or a vision challenge. If standard print has become difficult to read for you, a friend, or a family member, please call 800-222-1754 or 215-683-3217. LPBH offers a wide variety of services for customers throughout the Commonwealth. Some are available on site, and many are available free through the mail via our partnership with Carnegie Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in Pittsburgh. In addition, LBPH staff provides outreach statewide about all of these services. 
  • Loyalty Client Services, LLC – Diane L. Hammaker and Dennette C. Reed, Daily Money Managers. We pride ourselves in being LOYAL to our clients and their families. Our goal is to build trusting relationships and help seniors maintain their independence. The services we provide are Power of Attorney, bill pa, sorting mail, review and reconcile bank and credit card statements, organize tax information, fraud and scam oversight and senior advocates. Call 717.468.6378  or 717.887.4640.
  • Mom’s Meals | Nourishcare – Mom’s Meals is a leading national provider of fresh-made, home-delivered meals and nutrition services for individuals desiring convenience or independent living and for patients recuperating at home or managing a chronic disease. Call 1-877-508-6667.
  • NAMI Berks County, PA – “Since the mid-1980s, NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Berks County has provided support, education and advocacy for consumers, families, friends and caregivers of individuals impacted by serious and persistent mental illness. We envision all persons affected by major mental disorders – and their loved ones – as being treated with compassion, fairness and understanding, as everyone is a valued member of our community. Call 610.685.3000.
  • On-Line Publishers, Inc.On-Line Publishers, Inc. has more than 15 years’ experience in serving boomers, seniors, disabled, caregivers, and their families by providing relevant information utilizing a variety of platforms. Talk to us about our print and digital editions of 50plus Senior News, 50plus Senior Living, and the Resource Directory for Caregivers, Aging, and Disabled, and Caregiver Solutions. Or learn more about our annual 50plus EXPOs. For more click: www.onlinepub.com.
  • Paramount Living Aids, LLC – For people with mobility challenges, it is important to have personalized home modifications to ensure safety and independence in their home. Paramount Living Aids promotes independence, self-confidence and personal comfort which helps our clients fulfil the desire to maintain the highest quality of life. We offer indoor and outdoor stair lifts, modular and portable ramps, vertical platform lifts, seat lift reclining chairs, vehicle lifts, scooters, grab cars and much more. We offer professional installation and service while servicing all Eastern Pennsylvania for over 16 years. Paramount Living Aids also offers FREE home assessments and estimates. 1-800-886-6364.
  • Patient Care – Wyomissing – Patient Care – Wyomissing, is an Almost Family, Inc. affiliate. We are a leading provider of home health nursing, rehabilitation and personal care services, with over 150 locations in 11 states. Patient Care – Wyomissing provides skilled nursing and physical, occupational and speech therapy services primarily to Medicare beneficiaries. Call 610.373.0300.
  • Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency – PHFA – The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency works to provide affordable homeownership and rental apartment options for senior adults, low- and moderate-income families, and people with special housing needs. Through its carefully managed mortgage programs and investments in multifamily housing developments, PHFA also promotes economic development across the state. In Berks County, contact Alicia Spencer, (610) 270-1989 – aspencer@phfa.org.
  • Premier One Financial Company is an independent firm that specializes in Medicare Insurance. We help people understand Medicare, what it covers, and the options available to them.  Coverage options include Medicare Supplement plans, Prescription Drug Plans, and Medicare Advantage plans.  We will answer your questions and provide clarity on the necessary steps to enroll.  At Premier One Financial Company, we handle all of the paperwork, making sure you have coverage in place the day it has to be, so there is no interruption in coverage.  As an independent firm, we represent many of the top insurance companies.  Call us at (717) 435-8856 or email scott@premieronefc.com.  For more information, please visit www.premieronefc.com.
  • Self-Determination Housing Project of Pennsylvania, Inc.Self-Determination Housing Project of Pennsylvania works “to promote self-determination and control in housing for persons with disabilities and older adults in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.” As a statewide agency, SDHP plays four key roles in this effort: as educator, policy maker, technical assistance provider and initiator of demonstration projects. Regional Housing Coordinators provide technical assistance to public and private housing providers to navigate and better understand social service systems. RHCs also work directly with social service entities including nonprofits, local Area Agencies on Aging, LINKs to Aging and Disability Resources, Centers for Independent Living, and numerous others to help them understand and identify the housing needs of their consumers/clients and bring those needs to housing providers. RHCs provide support to caseworkers, nursing home transition providers, and others that deliver services to older adults and people with disabilities to improve their understanding of housing systems. Regional Housing Coordinator: Brian Ambrose, brian@sdhp.org.
  • Senior Helpers – At Senior Helpers it is our mission to ensure a better quality of life, both for our elderly clients and their families, by providing dependable and affordable one-on-one non-medical care at a moment’s notice. Senior Helpers has the people, resources, systems, and knowledge necessary to make sure our clients get the help they need to enjoy living independently in their home or in a retirement community. Our specialties include Dementia care with our Senior Gems ™ approach, Veterans Benefit guidance, and diagnosis specific care assistance and training for caregivers.  Service areas include Lancaster, Lebanon and Berks counties. Call us today for an in-home meeting 717-738-0588.
  • Service Access and Management, Inc.SAM, Inc. began as a 15-person team of individuals dedicated to improving human services in Pennsylvania. Now, 20 years later, we have grown to nearly 600 individuals serving more than 14,000 Pennsylvania residents. We provide Department of Aging/OLTL Services, Mental Health Case Management, Mental Health Forensic Service, Mental Health Intake Coordination Services, Intellectual Developmental Disability (IDD) Supports Coordination, Early Intervention (EI) Service Coordination, Mental Health Crisis Intervention and Emergency Services, Mental Health Certified Peer Specialist, Mental Health Veterans’ Coordination Services, and Joint Planning Teams in 15 different counties throughout Pennsylvania. Our case management and crisis intervention services are reviewed and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Beyond high-quality human services, SAM can also provide support to counties in fiscal and administrative areas as well. Please visit www.sam-inc.org for more information.
  • Signature Senior Living – Signature Senior Living is a premier retirement community in Lancaster County that offers personal care and memory care services to seniors.  Signature Senior Living is dedicated to the highest quality of service delivery to our residents with  a sense of warmth, compassion, individual pride, and company spirit.  We offer residents choices by working with each resident, their loved ones and medical providers to design a  personalized plan of care to meet each resident’s wants and needs.  We offer three nutritious meals daily with snacks, housekeeping, laundry, trained staff available 24 hours a day, and several other state of the art features.  For more information, please call (717) 283-4255.
  • The LGBT Center of Greater ReadingCall 610.741.3923  | “The LGBT Cen­ter of Greater Read­ing pro­vides edu­ca­tion to the pub­lic; assists with refer­rals and resources to social ser­vice agen­cies and providers; as well as advo­cacy for those in the LGBT com­mu­nity within the Greater Read­ing area.”
  • The Manor at Market Square | Senior Living in Reading, PA – Manor at Market Square is a unique senior community located in downtown Reading, PA. Manor at Market Square offers both Independent Living and Personal Care apartment suites at an affordable month-to-month lease that includes three meals daily, housekeeping and laundry services, social events and transportation to local outings and appointments. Call 610-373-0800 for more details.
  • Threshold Rehabilitation Services, Inc.Threshold’s Behavioral Health Supports for adults struggling with serious mental illness include transitional housing in Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) sites such as a Full Care Group Home and Partial Care Apartments. The goal is to teach independent living skills to transition people into their own community apartments. Supported Living Services are provided to individuals in their own homes to help them maintain independence. The Partial Hospital Program includes group therapy and medication management. Mosaic House Clubhouse, a Psychiatric Rehabilitation program, offers member-driven services including vocational, educational and social supports. Peer Support Services are provided by a person in recovery to their peers in the community. For people with intellectual and developmental challenges, Community Supports Services offers Community-Based Residences, LifeSharing and Supportive Living (in-home) supports. In the Employment and Training Division, Transitional Employment Opportunities (TEO) offer work experience inside business locations in the community, including Threshold’s TRS Wood Products. The Community Work Center subcontracts with local companies to provide paid work experience in mailing, assembly, collating, inspecting, and packaging jobs to preparing people for competitive employment. Threshold provides commercial custodial services where individuals receive paid, on-the-job training leading to competitive employment.Berks Personnel Network (BPN) provides community-based employment services including career counseling, assessments, job development and placement, on-the-job training, service coordination, job retention support and school-to-work transition services. – Call 610-777-7691
  • Transition ConnectionsCall 484-372-0824  Transition Connections, Inc. is a full service senior move and transition services company. Transition Connections was formed to help seniors, their families, friends and care givers with major transitions later in life.  Our focus is on the seniors, helping them make what is often a very difficult transition with ease and dignity.
  • TriCounty at Home – Call 610-621-1260 Just as growing older can allow for a more relaxed lifestyle, it can also present new obstacles and challenges. Many seniors find that for the first time in their lives, they have to ask for assistance. TriCounty at Home provides highly trained, screened and credentialed healthcare professionals needed, at home, to maintain a safe, independent, and enjoyable lifestyle. Services include: personal care, medication reminders, providing transfer assistance, meal preparation and feeding, companionship, light housekeeping, errands, grocery shopping, escorting to appointments, incontinence care, respite care and fall prevention. 
  • UNITED DISABILITIES SERVICES: Call 888.837.4235 – Email: resourcecenter@udservices.org – United Disabilities Services (UDS), a non-profit organization based in Lancaster, PA. For the past 40 years UDS has been committed to helping people with disabilities, including veterans and the elderly, lead more independent and fulfilling lives. UDS serves people with disabilities throughout 30 counties in Pennsylvania and beyond. UDS is recognized as one of the leading human services providers in Pennsylvania. The UDS Foundation encompasses a variety of programs including a personal care division, Independent Living Services, which is a certified medical assistance provider licensed by the State of Pennsylvania, and UDS Accessible Home Modifications has been accepted as a builder in the Department of Veterans Affairs Home Loan Guaranty Program.
  • Vision Resource Center of Berks County610-375-8407 or visit our website at www.vrcberks.org … Vision Resource Center of Berks County has been serving the blind and visually impaired Berks County community for over 85 years. Services include children and adult vision screenings, sight loss support group, caregivers support group, Spanish speaking sight loss support group, individual counseling, socialization programs, education programs, home visits, referral services, and workshop services. For assistance with a visual impairment or blindness for yourself or a loved one, please contact VRC.
  • Your Visiting Hygienist – 717.580.0467 – There are times when getting to an appointment is difficult and that difficulty causes stress on you and your family.  That’s why Your Visiting Hygienist, LLC is willing to come directly to your continuing care retirement community and clean your teeth in the comfort and privacy of your home.  We will treat you with the respect and compassion you deserve while providing the professional dental services you need.

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