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We are LifeServices Assisted Living, a privately owned company that has developed, constructed, owns and directly operates nine premier assisted living communities throughout western Pennsylvania and the greater Cleveland, Ohio area.
LifeServices was founded in 1995 by our Co-Owners Mr. Scott D. Allen and Mr. Timothy W. Coughlin, who together lead and manage all of our Communities on a day to day basis from their central office in Erie, Pa. All LifeServices Communities strive to provide quality, resident directed, assisted living services to over 500 older people who live with us today in their own private apartment homes within our Communities.
Our philosophy of service and care is embodied in our Mission of four simple words that older people have taught us are important, “quality of life values”, to them: Independence, Privacy, Dignity, and Choice.
Our residents have helped us understand that these four values are why they strived to remain in their own homes as long as possible and what they seek from us when it’s time to join one of our Communities. Every member of every Care Team shares the passion of those four words in every way they assist our residents. At a LifeServices Community, we don’t “take care of old people.” We “help older people take care of themselves.”
Resident directed care. Come see and feel the difference. Visit us today.
Scott D. Allen
Mr. Allen, a licensed engineer and longtime Owner of Whipple-Allen Construction, one of the largest commercial general contractors in the Great Lakes area. Mr. Allen led the design and construction of our assisted living communities emphasizing residential design and “senior friendly” features. Mr. Allen sits on the Board and Care Standards Committee of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) setting assisted living fire safety standards throughout America.
Timothy W. Coughlin
Mr. Coughlin holds an undergraduate degree in Pre-Law serving early in his career as an Area Agency on Aging Director building community programs to help older people remain at home avoiding nursing homes. He served as Project Officer for Springhill Senior Living Community, a $20 million campus of care offering a continuum of senior living. He currently serves as Board Chairman of the Pennsylvania Assisted Living Association (PALA) helping to guide state policy in assisted living.