Spotlight on: Vestibular Rehabilitation

FACT: More than 10 million patients visit their physicians every year due to dizziness. Dizziness can occur at any age and can last for seconds, minutes or hours. In some cases, dizziness may lead to loss of balance, falls and the inability to complete daily tasks. Vestibular rehabilitation is a specialized exercise-based program designed by […]

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Judy’s Corner: A Letter From Our Guild President

Spring greetings to you! It’s the start of a busy time for all! The first day of Spring, the Lenten season, and Easter all fall so close to each other. A mixed time of celebrating, enjoying, reflecting, and rejoicing. A time when we also come out of hibernation and appreciate the gifts that God has […]

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Employees of the Month: Donna LoVullo, Tara Glosek, and Michelle Bertrand

Congratulations to Donna LoVullo our GreenField Health & Rehabilitation Center Employee of the Month! Donna is one of our RN/Team Leaders. She is always smiling, compassionate, and giving. In addition, Donna is very helpful and knowledgeable and does a great job soothing our residents’ worries. She always goes the extra mile. Thank you for being […]

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Choose Assisted Living Apartments Before You Need Assistance

Many think that the time to start looking for assisted living options is when your health or lifestyle make it necessary. However, nothing could be further from the truth. When a person needs an assisted living environment unexpectedly, they are often faced with a number of concerns. Are there facilities available? Is there space at […]

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University Express Returning to The GreenFields for Spring 2018 Semester

University Express is coming back to The GreenFields! University Express is a program designed to enhance the lives of older adults through lifelong learning. Each “semester,” a variety of content experts will present on various topics including history, arts and humanities, health, science, and current affairs. RSVP for classes by calling (716) 684-8400. Each class […]

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The GreenFields 2018 Spring Bazaar

Come browse over 35 vendors at GreenField Manor at 5953 Broadway in Lancaster, NY 14086. Saturday, April 28, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Refreshments and a lunch menu will also be available. For more information, call (716) 684-8400. About The GreenFields Continuing Care Community: The GreenFields Continuing Care Community in Lancaster, NY provides residential living at GreenField Manor and assisted […]

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Employees of the Month: Brian Zynda, Daisia Holtz, and Nick Jelonek

Congratulations to Daisia Holtz our GreenField Terrace Employee of the Month! Though Daisia is a quiet and caring person, she demonstrates integrity and compassion each day she comes to work.  Daisia has a way with the residents in C-House, always making them feel comfortable and secure.  She takes pride in her work and does a […]

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6 Things to Say to Someone With Alzheimer’s (And 3 Things to Never Say)

Seeing someone you care about experience Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia is painstakingly difficult. Knowing what to say to someone who’s lost his or her memory can also be hard. However, how you approach conversations can have a significant impact on your loved one.“The most important tip for communication with someone living with Alzheimer’s […]

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Music and Memory Ministry at The GreenFields

Music & Memory is a program in which residents who suffer from cognitive and physical impairments find renewed meaning in their lives through the gift of personalized music. Having dementia or physical limitations can be isolating, but music creates a positive therapeutic outlet and has the ability to tap into lost memories and awaken residents, enabling […]

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Helping Kids Understand Alzheimer’s Disease

When a family member has Alzheimer’s disease, it affects everyone in the family, including children and grandchildren. It’s important to talk to them about what is happening. How much and what kind of information you share depends on the child’s age and relationship to the person with Alzheimer’s. Helping Kids Cope Here are some tips […]

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