It Takes Great Skill. And It Takes Even Greater Understanding.

Our Registered Nurses and Child Care professionals are exceptionally trained to care for infants and children with
complex medical needs.

They never tire of helping children with complex medical conditions. They’re trained to anticipate and respond to every need. Meet our exceptionally skilled and compassionate nurses and childcare professionals.

Marsha

Marsha Androsik

Vice President of Children Services
Marsha has over 30 years of experience in working with children with special needs and their families. She earned her BS in Special Education and Early Childhood Education from the California University of Pennsylvania, and spent 14 years as a Development Specialist for The ARC of Westmoreland and Diversified Human Services. After seven years as an Educational Supervisor for Fayette County Head Start/Early Head Start program, she became an Early Intervention/Early Reading Consultant for the Westmoreland Intermediate Unit Early Intervention Preschool Program. Ten years later, she returned to her true passion by joining the PathWays family.
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Who Belongs at Your Child’s Place?

Life’s challenges are pronounced when your child has medically fragile needs. It’s hard to leave them, but it’s easy to trust Your Child’s Place. One visit, and you’ll know you’ve found a place like no other.

Our extended care center is open to children who:

  • are aged 6 weeks to 8 years of age with complex medical needs.

  • would qualify for in-home nursing services.

  • would need constant monitoring with a short-term acute need for outpatient rehabilitation or nursing care.

  • also have long-term medical needs including those who are ventilator-dependent.

  • need skilled respite care and who have either recently undergone surgery or who need short-term care in a supervised environment until they recover.