Stories are worth telling, and we felt it only right to tell the story of what we believe in. To do this, some of our lovely residents and staff took part in this very special video to tell what it is that we, as a community, believe in.
Our beliefs include everything from prayer, enjoying our gardens, to ending every day with a smile!
Watch our superstar residents and staff to hear all of what we believe in…
We would like to thank all of our residents and staff who participated in bringing this story to life!
Christmas is a very magical time for all of us and at Presbyterian Senior Care, we believe in spreading as much joy as we can! We love seeing how our communities light up when this time of year comes around. In the spirit of the holidays, we’re inviting the public to join us at Lockport Presbyterian Home throughout the month of December to celebrate!
We have a lot of fun planned for this holiday season and we can’t wait to see our community filled with warm smiles!
Our Annual Holiday Bazaar is back! You can stock up on everything you need for the holidays or just stop by to enjoy a little time with our residents. There will be baskets, treats, candy, crafts, holiday decor, wreaths, trees, and much more available. You can even save 20% off all items if you bring this flyer! All proceeds go towards residents crafts and activities.
November 30 – December 1, 9am – 4pm 305-327 High Street in Lockport
One of our favorite parts of the holidays is getting together with our friends and family! We’re inviting residents and their families to join us for a warm celebration, complete with Santa, live music, cookies, pizza, gifts, and so much more! You can even bring a wrapped gift to have Santa hand-deliver it to the person of your choice! It’s going to be a blast and we can’t wait to see everyone there!
December 4, 6:30pm 305-327 High Street in Lockport
Tour of Trees
It’s not the holidays without a Christmas tree and Lockport Presbyterian Home will have more than one! All of its historic mansions will be fully decked out and decorated for the holidays. Everyone is invited to stop by and enjoy the decorations and historic property during our Tour of Trees.
December 5 – December 31 305-327 High Street in Lockport
For more information on any of these events, please call Allison at (716) 434-8805 ext. 1112
We can’t wait to see you all there! 🎁
Staying active becomes more daunting as we age. Our minds and bodies tell us that we are simply too old to accomplish certain physical feats. But, is this what our reality should be? According to some extraordinary individuals, the answer is, “no”.
Humans are capable of much; age does not stop that. To prove this point, MSN published a video showcasing six senior athletes. The sports featured include: cycling, swimming, powerlifting, CrossFit, and gymnastics.
Here are six reasons why you should not give up on being active!
Ida Keeling (102-years-old): set a world record in the 100-meter race at the Penn Relays; completed her first race at 67-years-old.
Paul Tetrick (86-years-old): won more than 12 USA Cycling Time Trial Championships.
Willie Murphy (77-years-old): won the World Natural Powerlifting Federation’s Lifter of the Year Award in 2014. She says powerlifting gives her, “a little edge in life”.
Johanna Quaas (92-years-old): oldest gymnast in the world; started the sport at 50-years-old and entered her first competition at 56-years-old.
Pat Gallant-Charette (66-years-old): oldest woman to swim the English Channel.
Jacinto Bonilla (78-years-old): oldest competitor at the 2011 CrossFit Games.
On Saturday, Nov. 11, Presbyterian Senior Care celebrated Veterans Day with its residents. This year, the important national holiday was observed and celebrated in unique ways amongst our community members, staff, and volunteers. It was a day dedicated to extraordinary individuals and the remembrance of their selfless actions.
It was with great joy that we were afforded the opportunity to celebrate with retired veterans living within our residential communities.
At Lockport Presbyterian Home, two tables were set up in the parlor to showcase their veterans. They recognized residents, staff, and volunteers!
The photographs depicted the veterans from their days of service adding so much nostalgia to this year’s celebration.
It is with great delight that we are able to share their bright, smiling faces in the photographs below with you!
At Presbyterian Village at North Church, an American Flag flew high as a visual representation of the freedom our Veterans have fought for. It continues to stand as a symbolic token of appreciation to all those who have served in our nation’s military.
We would like extend our gratitude to all of those, both staff and volunteers, who participated in the celebrations.
To all of our veterans, both in and outside of our community, we give our sincerest thank you — your service does not go unnoticed. We salute you today and every day!
To see more photos from this year’s Veterans Day observations, visit our Facebook page.
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we love giving back to the community! We believe it is important to help local organizations strive to find cures to illnesses that harm our loved ones.
Recently, our staff from all three communities and corporate participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s! Everyone was excited to spend a sunny morning with friends and families and walk to live in a world without Alzheimer’s.
We rocked the color purple and had so much fun walking around Delaware Park. We even had the chance to see some of the animals at The Buffalo Zoo as we walked by! It was amazing to see that this event brought out over three thousand people who also want to help find a cure for Alzheimer’s. 😊
We’re so proud of our staff for spending the day to help out an organization that is dear to our hearts. 💜