At Presbyterian Senior Care, we embrace aging in everything we do and our residents are no different!
Across all of our locations, they continue to amaze us with everything they do. Our residents have a variety of intriguing stories, and sometimes they even tell us their favorite part about living at Presbyterian Senior Care! We believe those are words worth sharing, so we are! 😊
At the Presbyterian Village at North Church, we created
Spring has sprung and that means it’s time for our annual Spring Dinner & Easter Egg Hunt at Lockport Presbyterian Home!
Our halls will be filled with Easter fun for the whole family.
Join us on Sunday, April 9th, from 12:00pm – 4pm, for our Spring Dinner, which features eat-in and take-out Chicken BBQ from Krolick’s, as well as a basket raffle, bazaar, jewelry and quilt raffle, bake sale, and 50-50 raffle.
Friends mean the world to us at Presbyterian Senior Care. We would do anything to make our friends smile, which is exactly what we did for our friend Russell at Lockport Presbyterian Home.
Recently, Lockport resident, Russell G., was pleasantly surprised when he was honored for his many years of service by the New York State Quilts of Valor Foundation. Russell had no idea this was happening until everyone started cheering and his friends and family appeared. Surrounded by
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
We hope you will join us for our Lenten Fish Fry. Check out our blog about last year’s event!
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
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we believe that regular exercise, activity, and social interaction are pivotal to the health and wellbeing of our residents. That’s why we incorporate activities like the Nintendo Wii and Wii Bowling to our communities. The low impact and social nature of the games get residents moving, socializing, and most importantly, having fun.
Each week, between 4 and 8 residents participate at the Lockport Presbyterian Home, while many others simply come to watch.
The Palace Theatre and Explore Buffalo have teamed up again to bring you a great tour of homes to kickoff the holiday season. Our Lockport Presbyterian Home will be participating in this year’s self guided tour. Online reservations can be made through the Palace Theatre’s website. Reservations can also be made in person at the Palace Theatre box office Monday – Friday, 10 AM – 2 PM; or at Mills Jewelers at 53 Main
October is national Crime Prevention Month, which means it is the time to recognize and celebrate local law enforcement. Law enforcement is an integral part of making our community safer and more caring. All of us at Presbyterian Senior Care couldn’t be more grateful for their service!
In an effort to show our appreciation, Colletta F., Jane C., and Eleanore B., from the Lockport Presbyterian Home, filled “grab and go” bags for New York State Troopers.
Volunteers are very important to everyone at the Presbyterian Senior Care facilities. Last week, at the Lockport Presbyterian Home, we held a pie and cheesecake social to thank all of the wonderful people who dedicate their time and energy to help us.
Everyone had a great time. The day was filled with smiles, sweet treats, and most of all, friendship.
Our Volunteers are so amazing, they even offered to help clean up after the social! Of course, we had to say no.