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Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America communities in Kansas and Missouri offer the way you want to live

We know the process of aging brings challenges, and answers are not always easy. We help families simplify challenges and find answers, providing peace of mind. We work with thousands of families to provide a vibrant and active lifestyle to seniors. Our campuses encourage lifelong learning through Just Ask events featuring topics of interest to seniors and their families.

Art plays a central role in the lifestyle in PMMA communities. In 1981, PMMA featured resident art in the first Art is Ageless® calendar. An important aspect of Art is Ageless is the variety of artistic classes and programs offered at PMMA communities. Many communities bring in local professional artists to work with residents. Other classes are started by residents and employees.

The living options and services you need

Each community offers a unique setting. PMMA's network offers a range of senior living options, including independent living, assisted living (and residential care in Missouri), skilled nursing, memory care and respite care. Our Kansas communities also offer home health services to residents in independent living.

PMMA's Post-Acute to Home (PATH®) program is a proven approach to rehabilitation that is open to the public with a doctor's order. The PATH program provides a place for seniors to transition from hospital to home and offers a variety of specialized services to help individuals regain functionality, and in many cases, return to their previous lifestyles. The PATH program includes services such as physical, occupational and speech therapy, pain management, cardiac recovery and wound care.

We know the challenges and opportunities that come with aging because PMMA has been providing quality senior services guided by Christian values to residents of Kansas and Missouri for more than 65 years. PMMA employs 2,200 compassionate people who work tirelessly to provide vibrant, quality living to more than 2,300 seniors at 18 communities.

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