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
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 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
At Presbyterian Senior Care, our residents LOVE participating in fun and engaging activities. We’re constantly surprised how they thrive on new experiences. They really know how to free themselves and embrace aging! ❤️
Recently, Presbyterian Village at North Church had Studio Hue, WNY’s Traveling Art & Crafts Studio, stop by for a fun night with plants! Residents were so excited to spend the evening planting succulents and decorating their very own pots! 🌱
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 love to show off our communities and the amazing things our residents have to offer! We have a variety of talented and artistic people who have created beautiful works of art, and we want to display their hard work!
On Sunday, July 9th, Lockport Presbyterian Home is hosting a very special event that focuses on the beauty in and around their community. Everyone is invited to tour
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we love when our residents reminisce about their experiences in and around our communities. Our residents have so many exciting stories to tell, and we decided to share them with you!
Presbyterian Village at North Church resident, Gwen, has been a friend of ours for almost three years, and she is full of interesting stories from her childhood! One of the most fascinating things about Gwen is that she was born in Hawaii,
At Presbyterian Senior Care, we value providing our residents a living experience that embraces their independence in and around the community. Each one of our residents mean so much to us, and we love to hear their stories and experiences.
One resident who has been a very kind friend over the years at Presbyterian Village at North Church is Ginny. She joined our community ten years ago, and she thought this place was the right choice for