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
As crazy as it is to think, the holiday season will be here before we know it! We love getting together with friends and family to celebrate, but we also know how busy it can be. In an effort to help the community get ahead with holiday shopping, Lockport Presbyterian Home is bringing back one of their favorite events and hosting a Min-Fall Bazaar!
LPH friends and families will be selling a ton of seasonal items that are
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we firmly believe it is important to embrace aging. There shouldn’t be limitations on your loved one’s independence or abilities to live a fulfilling, active lifestyle! With these strong beliefs, our three communities are inspired by Young at Heart’s messages to embrace aging and live a lifestyle that makes you feel young and strong. 😊
Young at Heart is designed to help those interested in senior care understand all possible options when considering a
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we strongly believe it is important for one to embrace aging in positive ways! As our loved ones grow older, it can be an overwhelming time to understand and prepare for their needs.
We invite those to join us for our Fall 2017 Speaker Series taking place throughout the month of September! This is a weekly seminar that explains the basics of memory illnesses, preventative measures to reduce
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Strategies for Seniors to Boost Mental Health
by Jason Lewis
When it comes to well-being, physical activity usually takes first place, with healthy eating a close second. For seniors, these are incredibly important aspects of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but mental health should also be part of the larger conversation. Physical limitations and medical issues often supersede mental health issues, but warding off depression, anxiety, and dementia is crucial for mental well-being in seniors, as poor mental health can adversely affect