Purpose Prize,

  • AARP Purpose Prize

    CEO & Founder, Ms. Imja Choi, established Penn Asian Senior Services (PASSi) in 2004 in response to the daunting process of finding linguistically capable and culturally attuned direct care providers capable of caring for her mother at home. Over the last 15 years, PASSi has become a leading nonprofit organization in Pennsylvania dedicated to serve vulnerable, limited English proficient older adults by providing a diverse array of important services. Ms. Choi was recently recognized as one of the AARP Purpose Prize winners on November 13, 2019 in Washington D.C. at National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum. This recognition exclusively illustrated her hard work and genuine devotion to promoting the wellbeing of Asian American seniors and other adults who are disadvantaged by their language and cultural barriers.

     AARP Purpose Prize winners

February 2020 

 
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
Full Moon Celebration on February 08, 2020
 Call 215-572-1234 for detail.
 
  

 

Hours of Operation

Mon - Fri:  7am - 6pm

Sat:  8am - 2pm

 (215) 572-1234

 


 

Lunch Menu

 


 

Learn about PASSi!

 PACE Program 


  

PASSi JOBS:

 

Grant Writer

Home Health Aide - Bilingual 

(Chinese, Filipino, Hindi, Khmer, Korean, and other Asian languages)

Call our Homecare Supervisor Jae Kim at 215-572-1234 x121 for more info.  

 


 
 

Evergreen Center

Evergreen Center Program Brochure

Korean Music Program Flyer


 

2-1-1 SEPA

 

 

 
 

 
Health Insurance Options for College Students
 
 
 
 

 

Upcoming Trainings

 HHA training in February
 

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PASSi's Founder and Executive Director, Im Ja Choi, was honored as the keynote speaker for Penn State Abington's Fall 2014 Commencement on December 19, 2014, in front of an audience of over a thousand people. 

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