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Providence Point retirement community renovates dining services to better serve seniors

Residents are now thrilling over the new dining options produced by a seven-monthlong renovation project at the Cura-run senior living facility in Pittsburgh.

If you’ve ever had major work done on the main functional areas of your home—kitchen, bathrooms, etc.—you know how frustrating the displacement can be while the work is going on. Well, a similar dynamic takes place in senior living communities, where the dining outlets are a major functional amenity for the residents, so when those facilities are shut down—or even restricted—because of renovation work, the life of the community is significantly affected.

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