Members of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors were on hand to celebrate the Grand Opening of their newest member Alliance Adult Living Care Homes LLC in Matamoras, PA recently. Alliance Adult Living Care Homes LLC is a Personal Care Home that is a residence that provides 24/7 senior care shelter, meals, supervision and assistance with personal care tasks typically for older people or people with physical, behavioral health or cognitive disabilities who are unable to care for themselves but do not need nursing home or medical care. Their services accommodate the need of each resident individually with everyday tasks including but not limited to: eating, drinking, walking, bathroom management, personal hygiene, making/keeping doctor’s appointments, assisting with or administering medications, laundry etc. AAL staff has over 20 years of experience providing care for the elderly with compassion and respect in private or shared rooms with high quality care at affordable prices.
The concept of Alliance Adult Living started in January 2013 when Administrator and Owner Georgina Miner who at the time was working for two other major assisted living and nursing home facilities witnessed a resident’s wife crying in his room and when she went to comfort them the wife explained that she could no longer afford to pay the high premiums and had no choice but to take him home and try to care for him alone. That’s when she started thinking of the idea of starting her own personal care home. After working many extra hours and working double shifts without a day off she managed to save enough money to open her facility the Alliance Adult Living Home which is what Georgina believes is the most affordable place in Matamoras helping families to care for their loved ones.
For more information on Alliance Adult Living Care Homes, please contact Georgina Miner at 570-409-3198.
Photo – l-r : Associate of AAL, Arlene Quirk, Chamber 1st VP, Staff member of AAL, Lee Ann, Chamber Office Manager, Jody Welsh, Chamber President, AAL Owner Georgina Miner, Georgina’s son, James Miner, III, husband, Devron McDermott, Chamber Director and two Staff Nurses.