• 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.

  • Home upgrades help seniors live safer, healthy lives

    In this edition of "Aging Well," Brad Vivacqua shares how some simple steps can be made to allow seniors to live in their homes longer.

  • Seniors learning to adapt to modern technology

    In this edition of Aging Well, Brad Vivacqua shares how seniors are adapting to a whole new world of technology.

  • Plan for Next Stage of Life Early

    As we age, we need a plan for the next stage of our life. From retirement and estate planning, to choosing a retirement home, there are quite a few decisions to make.

  • State of the Long-Term Care Industry

    Presented by Loretto President & CEO, Kim Townsend

  • Up to $4000 sign-on bonus for Nurses

    Multiple openings in Syracuse - apply now!

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  • "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
  • "After raising a family and caring for several elderly members of my family, I appreciate the way Loretto cares for me now, during my older years."

    A resident of The Bernardine
  • "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 resident of Fahey Rehabilitation Center
  • “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
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