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Loretto Memory Care Neighborhood is the First of its Kind in Central New York Loretto Health & Rehabilitation Center’s residential LORETTO HEALTH & floor for people with advanced-stage dementia and Alzheimer’s has been completely renovated to meet the needs of those requiring skilled nursing care and their families. The renovation, which took three months to complete, represents the completion of the first phase of Loretto’s $11 million investment in memory care services, announced in 2018. 4/30/19 REHABILITATION CENTER LUTHERAN HOME AND MONROE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ‘The Clubhouse’ Opens at Monroe Community Hospital Residents at Monroe Community Hospital have a new place where they can have some fun. “The Clubhouse,” unveiled on April 12 th , has video games, a jukebox, a pool table and other activities and games that are available for residents to utilize. 4/15/19 SELFHELP COMMUNITY REHABILITATION CENTER JHS Academy Day Visits Lutheran Home and Rehabilitation Center Over 60 sophomores from Jamestown Public Schools visited Lutheran Home and Rehabilitation Center on March 8 th to learn about careers available locally in healthcare. The students along with their school chaperones toured the facility and had the opportunity to meet working professionals in dietary and food service, physical and occupational therapy, nursing and administration. 3/8/19 MAPLEWOOD HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INC. NYC Mixed-Use Project Advances with 2 Residential Towers The second phase of Hunters Point South – a mixed-unit, mixed-income master-planned community in Long Island City, Queens – is under construction and will bring 1,194 residential units to the site along the East River. Developer TF Cornerstone plans to set aside 60 percent of the apartments in the two-tower development for affordable units for low- to middle-income residents and 100 units for low-income seniors. Services for residents will include on-site support for seniors provided by Selfhelp Community Services, the oldest and largest organization in North America serving Holocaust survivors. 4/10/19 41 AND REHABILITATION CENTER Clarkson Occupational Therapy Grad Student Lives Among Elderly Rebecca Brogan, a first-year student in Clarkson University’s Occupational Therapy graduate program, has become a fixture at United Helpers’ Maplewood Health Care and Rehabilitation Center in Canton. The 24-year-old is engaged in a unique scenario where she is provided room and board at Maplewood in return for 20 to 30 hours per month of structured volunteer time. 12/10/2018 Adviser a publication of LeadingAge New York | Spring 2019 (See Noteworthy on page 42)