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Many Hands. One Heart. Service Excellence.

Someone recently asked me about the importance of various roles within a senior living community.

My immediate response arose from my knowledge of 1 Corinthians: “Just as a body, though one, has many parts … all its many parts...

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Twining Village opens, dedicates memory care neighborhood in its personal care community

The ribbon is cut for Twining Village’s new memory care neighborhood.

Twining Village has opened it new memory care neighborhood.

Located in the Holland, Pennsylvania, senior living community’s personal care building...

Diakon among organizations receiving Lutheran Charities funding

The Rev. Dr. Jennifer Ollikainen, Lutheran Charities board chair, presents a check replica to the Rev. Mark Wimmer, Diakon vice president for church relations and ministry partnerships, left, and Mark T. Pile, Diakon CEO.

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Diakon Adult Day Services at Ravenwood receives grant to aid low-income clients

Diakon Adult Day Services at Ravenwood has received a $7,000 grant from National Lutheran Communities and Services to support subsidies for low-income adult day-care clients in 2017.

“This is the fourth grant we have...

Diakon Adult Day Services receives Phoenixville foundation grant to aid low-income clients

Diakon Adult Day Services at Manatawny has received a $6,000 grant from the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation to subsidize the cost of providing care to participants in the Options program from the Greater Phoenixville area during 2017.

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Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village breaks ground for expansion of independent living homes

L-r, Joanne Frantz and Mary Usher, welcoming committee; Marlin Gatty, Janet Temple, the Rev. Don Haulman and Zelda Stewart, first signed residents; the Rev. Fred Bigelow and Ray Confer, resident council. In middle, rear, Mark Pile,...