Pinnacle Living announces the closing of Lydia Roper Home, effective January 31, 2019.
Pinnacle Living is celebrating
70 years of Enriching Life's Journey.
The journey that began in 1948 continues today with our outstanding communities focused on our shared mission: Enriching Life's Journey. This mission statement reflects everything Pinnacle Living achieves and strives for with the 1,300 people who have found a home in our communities and the more than 1,000 team members that carry on the work which began seventy years ago.
Our mission is Enriching Life's Journey.
As a not-for-profit, faith inspired, organization Pinnacle Living exists to better older lives not to generate better profits for shareholders. Our team; employees, volunteers, board and leadership are inspired by the Wesleyan spirit to serve the needs of the world. Through seventy years of experience, we have learned that our best service is through focusing on the person. Their independence and autonomy are key to happiness and a life well lived, no matter what level of living they may call home.Learn More About Our Mission
The Pinnacle Living Samaritan Program is a benevolent fund which provides financial assistance to OUR residents who have outlived their monetary resources and, through no fault of their own, can no longer afford the full cost of their care.
Thursday, November 29, 2018
The Lydia Roper Home, located in Norfolk’s historic Lafayette Park, was built in 1921 by Captain John L. Roper to honor his late wife. Since 1965, the Lydia Roper Home has been operated by Pinnacl Read More
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Senior Services of Alexandria's mission is fostering independence and self-sufficiency, enabling seniors with the city of Alexandria to age with dignity. As part of fulfilling their mission, the F Read More
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
On October 10, 2018, Pinnacle Living announced it will transfer ownership of Hermitage Eastern Shore to Commonwealth Senior Living. The transfer of ownership is anticipated to be complete by Read More