Asbury Heights has a variety of safe, comfortable housing options for individuals at all stages of retirement. Our carriage homes and apartments provide hassle-free living – no lawn mowing, no snow shoveling, provided maintenance and housekeeping – so that you can enjoy the freedom of your retirement without the burdens of home ownership.
If you need a little extra help with tasks of daily living, you will love our personal care apartments as you enjoy all of the amenities that Asbury provides.
Asbury’s memory support staff has undergone extensive training to care for individuals with dementia and other memory disorders. Our memory support care is provided in safe and secure communities on our campus.
Short- and long-term care is available in our Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.
Contact us to schedule a visit or call 412-341-1030.
In their own words, residents share their experience as a member of the Asbury Heights community.
"Many of us residents are no longer living in the home where we lived for many years and have fond and special memories of having a caring spouse and together raising children. These memories cannot be replaced, but I have found living at Asbury, we have a staff available if we need help or guidance. They show concern for us.
"We also have activities to stimulate our minds and socialize with other residents at Asbury. Also, there are great speakers and we are able to attend weekly religious services.
"There are bus trips to educational places like museums and art galleries. We also go to dollar stores and ice cream shops. When needed, medical care is available. We can be with our families when we feel we are missing them. We can choose to eat healthy meals.
"Sometimes we have family members who can entertain us if they are musically talented, like a grandchild who is warmly received by residents. Some residents bring in treats on their birthday to share with others."
"Asbury Heights is our home. My husband and I visited several senior communities and we chose Asbury. We have been in our apartment for 15 years. Fortunately, there is a skilled nursing center on this campus. My husband's Parkinson's Disease advanced and he is now a resident of the skilled nursing center. I can visit with him anytime.
"We have made many friends with both residents and staff. There are so many activities, you have to pick and choose! We have monthly speakers. And we have been kept safe with the restrictions that were put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Most importantly, our son and daughter are still very glad that we made our own decision to come to Asbury."