PSCWNY joining Beechood Continuing Care
We are excited to share this news! Read our NEWS RELEASE here.
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions.
You’re making decisions about where to call home. Experience has taught you to explore possibilities. It’s not easy though when it comes to senior living in Buffalo. There are so many options. We’re pleased to present our three senior living communities. You may decide to call one of them home.
Three Unique Senior Living Communities
Independent living with care available to keep you independent.
Village at North Church
Independent Condo-Style Apartments
Are you active and looking to escape the burden of keeping a home? We’ll cut the grass, shovel the sidewalk, and keep up your apartment. You come and go as you please!
Ken-Ton Presbyterian Village
Income Eligible Independent Senior Living
You deserve to enjoy life in a safe and friendly community. Sometimes, finances get in the way. This won’t happen here, we have a place for you.
Enriched Housing Program
Qualified Mobility Impairment
Lockport Presbyterian Home
24-Hour Adult Care Community
An alternative to assisted living, this independent senior living community (featuring two historic mansions) fosters a high level of independence. Our caregivers are just a few steps away, 24 hours a day, for those who need a hand or a friendly ear.
Why I Came
The Lockport Home
I’ve lived in Lockport for 70 years. My children suggested I visit for an activity and I decided to stay!
Why I Stayed
“I stay because they help. They’re concerned about every resident. Also, the residents care about one another. We share newspapers and blueberries. We look out for each other.”
The Joy of Generosity Lives Forever
Every older person deserves to live in a safe community where they are loved and valued for the unique creation they are. The PSC Foundation exists to ensure the ongoing support of the not-for-profit Presbyterian Senior Care of WNY’s mission. Without the vision and generosity of our partners, the high level of care and community our residents enjoy would be lost to history.