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
Nothing warms our hearts more than seeing our residents laughing and smiling. We see so much joy on their happy faces when they are embracing the moment, that we can’t help but tell our fans about it as much as possible! 😊
Recently, Ken-Ton Presbyterian Village had a VERY special visitor stop by who loves to sing and dance! The one & only, Elvis Presley, was in the building! Our residents were beyond excited for the fun afternoon
All of us at Presbyterian Senior Care care SO much about our communities! We love bringing local guests and activities to each of our locations to have our residents interacting with our friendly neighbors. 😊
Ken-Ton Presbyterian Village recently had two familiar faces stop by to say hello! Officer Costello and his police dog, Tank, from the Town of Tonawanda Police Department visited our residents for a special cause. In honor of
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 strive to create fun memories for our residents through daily gatherings that everyone will enjoy. We love how engaged and active our residents are during the activities. Whether it’s an arts and crafts project or an outdoor adventure, our residents have SO much fun participating in these events with friends! 😊
Recently, Ken-Ton Presbyterian Village took part in an AWESOME musical activity! Residents made music on drums, tambourines, and
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we strive to provide fun activities for our residents on a daily basis! We love when we are able to bring our three communities together for exciting events.
On July 12th, Lockport Presbyterian Home hosted the PSCWNY Olympics & Picnic for Ken-Ton Presbyterian Village, Presbyterian Village at North Church, and their own community! This year’s event theme was “butterflies are free”; some residents, staff & families
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we embrace aging in everything we do. It is always a big deal when a resident has a birthday, but when that birthday is an extra special occasion, so is the celebration!
Recently, we celebrated a big birthday when Ken-Ton resident, Ruth M., turned 100! At her party, Ruth was surrounded by friends, family, and fellow residents. Everyone enjoyed cake, punch, and live music from Sax Man Slim. Village of Kenmore Trustee, Katie
Presbyterian Senior Care of WNY, Inc. is participating in Spring it On, a one day giving event focused on supporting the non-profit organizations in our community. We invite you to participate in this event which seeks to mobilize citizens for one day of giving to strengthen and support our community. To donate to one of our local non-profits, you can see all the communities participating here: https://www.springiton.org. To donate to Presbyterian Senior Care of WNY during this
Family is everything to us at Presbyterian Senior Care. Sometimes our residents have family that live far away and it can be difficult to stay in touch and visit.
Recently, Ken-Ton resident and community volunteer, Karen had a wish to visit her granddaughter in Seattle that was granted by Senior Wishes. This reunion was extra special to her because her granddaughter has been experiencing health issues and is recovering from an illness. It’s been many years since
The holidays are a very special and magical time for all of us. At Presbyterian Senior Care, it’s one of our favorite times of year. Our halls are filled with love, laughter, and kindness. All of our residents truly embrace the holiday season and we’re always amazed by their warmth and generosity. We work to make sure their holiday season is just as bright as they make ours, but every year they surprise us more with their love of the