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Loretto in the News

CNYCentral: Student gives senior prom a whole new meaning for Loretto residents

Mary Kielar from CNYCentral got the exclusive inside scoop on our Senior Prom at Loretto Health & Rehabilitation that Hunter Luteran, Recreation Therapy intern and senior at The Big School in Lafayette School District coordinated for his senior project. See the exceptioanl segment of how he came up with this idea and how much fun our residents had.

Syracuse.com: Loretto Health & Rehabilitation hosts another kind of Senior Prom

Michael Greenlar from the Syracuse Post Standard got the inside story of our Senior Prom. Hunter Luteran, a student at Lafayette School District and a volunteer at Loretto Health & Rehabilitation, spear-headed the idea of a very different kind of senior prom. For his senior project at school, he planned and coordinated a prom for the seniors at Loretto with the theme “Lights, Camera, Action!” Read the full article to see how this event evolved.

Spectrum News: A Day in the Life - Tonyal Robinson

In this segment of A Day in the Life, we highlight Tonyal Robinson, who has been promoted to Homecare RN and Case Manager at our Pace CNY program. Tonyal has been with us for 14 years, and in this time, she has grown her career with us, recently graduating and passing her board to become a Registered Nurse. Watch her segment to learn about her journey with Loretto.

Press Releases

Loretto’s Older Adults Give to Youngest Generation at Golisano

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Loretto intern Jennifer Hurst has launched a special project with Golisano Children's Hospital. Jennifer, a senior at SUNY Cortland, along with Loretto employees and...

Loretto Memory Care Neighborhood is the First of its Kind in Central New York

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The flu continues - but Loretto won national award for immunizations

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Syracuse, NY (April 25, 2019) The flu was bad again this year, and it’s not over. Older adults are particularly susceptible, and employees with the flu can have a...

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