"I am so glad I chose Fahey Rehabilitation Center because it’s hard enough to lose your independence for any length of time, but caring people and quality care made the time fly by"
A Difference You Can Feel
Loretto is a special place that invites residents, families, staff, and volunteers of all ages and backgrounds. What makes us especially unique is:
Loretto believes that quality care is the product of quality relationships. We’ve been building those relationships in the Central New York community for nearly a century. Our programs, like our commitment, reach deep into the community, and serve adults of all ages, with a focus on transforming elder care. Loretto knows that people want to be a part of their community, which is why we do everything we can to keep our clients in their homes and with their families.
Loretto is shaping a future now based on being an innovative elder care provider informed by a holistic, person-first philosophy that attends to the physical, mental and spiritual needs of those entrusted to our care. Our vision is to transform elder care in Central New York.
Loretto’s definition of care is seeing the person first. Seeing them as the individual they are by knowing their story, what gives them joy, hope and purpose. Those we serve are seen for what makes them who they are, their life contributions, legacy, interests, and preferences. Our model creates a home for elders to sustain their physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Loretto empowers and respects each elder with the autonomy they deserve. Our dedicated staff serves as both care partners and advocates.
Loretto has dedicated itself to building a person-first community through:
- The adoption of the key principles of person-first care
- Basing care on a holistic (mind, body and spirit) approach
- Relationship based care that rooted in deep knowing.
- Creating a sense of belonging.
- Building a system of care, ranging from independent living for the most healthy and active of adults to skilled nursing or nursing home care in less institutional, more intimate and homelike environments for frail elders
- Advocating for adults
- Being an organization defined by quality