TREVOSE, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Senior Care Centers of America, the largest operator of adult day health
service centers in the United States, announced the acquisition of the
adult day health services center of ElderWatch Plus, Inc. The newly
acquired adult day health center is located in the Overbrook Park
neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Consistent with its branding process, the name of the newly acquired
center has been changed to Senior Care of Overbrook Park. With
this acquisition, Senior Care now operates 11 adult day health centers
in Pennsylvania, and its fourth in Philadelphia County.
“ElderWatch Plus has been providing high quality care and services to
adults in need since it was established in 1996,” said Jim Donnelly,
President and CEO for Senior Care. “We are committed to ensuring a
smooth transition so all members will continue to receive the highest
level of care they have come to expect and deserve. We welcome our new
members and employees to the Senior Care family.”
Senior Care of Overbrook Park is located at 7536 Haverford Avenue,
Philadelphia, PA 19151.
Designed to be a cost effective alternative to home health services,
nursing homes and assisted living facilities, Senior Care’s
state-of-the-art centers offer a daytime program of nursing care, social
services, nutritious meals and therapeutic activities for elderly and
We are actively seeking to acquire additional high quality adult day
care centers in our existing geographic footprint as well as new states
where adult day care services are valued.
About Senior Care Centers of America/Active Day
Senior Care Centers of America/Active Day is the premier provider of
adult day health services in the United States with a total of 75
centers in Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Massachusetts, Kentucky,
Ohio, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and South
Carolina. The Company is the leading independent provider in its core
markets. Each of its adult day health centers enables frail, elderly and
disabled adults to live at home and remain independent in their
communities, while receiving health care and supervision during the day,
as well as providing relief and respite for caregivers.
For more information visit www.seniorcarectrs.com
or call 215-642-6600.
Senior Care Centers of America
Howard M. Snyder, 215-642-6289
of Business Development