• Loretto Recognized at 2017 Healthcare Excellence Awards

    CNY Business Journal honored The Nottingham as the Facility of the Year and Vicky Lyman as Nurse of the Year!

  • 25 Years of Memory Care at the Heritage

    There continues to be a strong need for care services as an increasing number of Americans are diagnosed with dementia every year. In this edition of "Aging Well," Brad Vivacqua tells us how the needs of those with dementia are being met.

  • To keep driving or to give up the keys

    Experts say family members may offer advice or take action to better ensure seniors are safe behind the wheel. In this edition of Aging Well, Brad Vivacqua tells us it's important to look for warning signs indicating when it's time to give up the keys.

  • Loretto Foundation Annual Celebration Luncheon

    THANK YOU to the more than 400 people and our 105 sponsors who supported our Annual Celebration, helping to raise over $250,000!

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  • "I was definitely a little down and my health was failing. I was afraid I’d end up in a nursing home. But, thanks to PACE CNY, I can live in this community and still get the care I need."

    A PACE CNY participant
  • Loretto's Sedgwick Heights hasn’t simply been a job for me these past 14 years, but a motivation to make a difference within my own community and with elders.  Working for Loretto gives me greater confidence in myself; giving me the education & tools needed to grow in my job.  Loretto does a great job at motivating people through encouragement, constant support and consistently keeping education moving forward.

    Joanne Garcia, Sedgwick Heights Case Manager
  • “My dad can’t always remember the names of all of the CNAs, but he is quick to tell us all the acts of kindness these people perform on a daily basis – things like letting him know that his wife settled down peacefully at bedtime, or sitting down on his bed and asking him to tell about the photos on his wall. Small acts create immeasurable feelings of being valued as an individual.”

    Lynn Gaudio, mother and father at Loretto
  • "It was hard to make the decision to give up my home. But the people here are very kind. And there are all sorts of activities so you’ll never be bored. I like the fact that I can still make decisions. If I want my privacy, I can stay in my room. If I feel like visiting, I have plenty of friends around."

    A resident of Buckley Landing
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