Living Options for Seniors
Debbie Bernacki of Happier at Home shares living options for seniors on Good Day Rochester. Click here to watch the segment on Fox Rochester.
The Jewish Home of Rochester
The Jewish Home of Rochester meets the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs of our residents through skilled nursing, medical, recreational therapy, social work and spiritual care services. We honor the preferences and different care needs of our residents by treating your family members as we do our own. Our 362-bed nursing home is designed to provide various levels of long-term care to meet individual needs.
Our renovated resident rooms incorporate design features specifically for seniors, including flat-screen televisions, new furniture, carpeting, increased lighting and integrated nurse call systems. Curio cabinets allow for a personalized touch.
Dining areas have new wood floors, bright wall-coverings, improved lighting, comfortable seating and new tables. Meals are served restaurant-style on china for an enjoyable, interactive resident dining.
The Jewish Home Skilled Nursing Center provides these services:
- Long-term Care for those who require ongoing health care and assistance with daily activities.
- Transitional Care at the Weinberg Manson Transitional Care program for those who need short-term inpatient care after a hospitalization.
- Outpatient Rehabilitation in our state-of-the-art center for those who need therapies that aid in their continuing to live at home.
- Memory Care for those requiring full-time care in a stimulating and secure environment.
- Adult Day Health Care Program providing individuals with daytime health care, stimulation and socialization.
- Hospice Care focusing on compassion, comfort and quality of life for the resident and their family. Ask about our specialized Jewish Hospice Program.
Throughout the Jewish Home, our highly trained skilled nursing staff and Certified Nursing Assistants provide full-time care, seven days a week. We also feature full-time, on-site medical staff and geriatric nurse practitioners well-experienced in long-term care.
The Jewish Home offers residents services and amenities including:
- Leo’s Delicatessen
Offering deli sandwiches, salads, pastries, and hot entrees for eat-in or take-out. Leo’s features a large dining area, carving station and service counter, and resembles delis located in larger metropolitan areas. View the latest Leo’s Delicatessen menu. Gift Certificates are available.
A cozy place for residents, their families and guests to enjoy desserts and refreshments each afternoon from 2:00—4:00 p.m. The newly renovated Café, located on the first floor in the Library, is a very popular meeting place.
Residents enjoy privacy, quiet time, reading and computer use in the Library, located on the first floor of the Jewish Home. Newspapers, videos, books and computers are available. The remodeled Library also features space for casual interaction, as well as reading and other activities.
- The Sokol Pavilion and Porch
The bright, enclosed porch has heated floors for year-round enjoyment. Located in the Street of Shops, residents and their visitors eat and socialize in this beautiful, warm and inviting space.
- Resident Bank
Personal banking is available for residents to conduct transactions daily, Monday through Friday from 9:00—11:30 a.m. and 2:00—4:00 p.m. The bank is located in the main lobby of the Jewish Home. An ATM is available in the Street of Shops.
- Art Therapy, Spiritual and Music Programs
Enriching activities are conducted in various locations throughout the Jewish Home. The Feinbloom Creative Arts Therapy program includes painting, marquetry classes and other crafts for residents’ artistic enjoyment.
- Bessie W. and Susan J. Spector Medical & Wellness Center
On the main floor of the Jewish Home, the center houses medical offices, including dental, vision, mental health and health and fitness.
- Free Wifi Internet Access
The Jewish Home provides free wireless Internet access for residents, their families and visitors.
For the safety of residents and visitors, all visitors must sign the visitors’ log at the concierge desk at the front entrance upon arrival and departure. Visiting hours at the Jewish Home are 10:00 a.m.—10:00 p.m. daily. Click here for a map and directions to the Jewish Home.
For more information, contact the Jewish Home at (585) 427-7760.
Marian's House Wins Prestigious Award
Marian’s House offers a specialized day retreat and overnight respite for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory impairment. Its open, contemporary design provides a warm, home-like environment for guests to enjoy group and individual activities.
We’re proud to announce that Marian’s House has received the 2013 AIA Design for Aging Merit Award. This prestigious honor showcases buildings and communities that improve quality of life for older adults while exhibiting innovation in their design and execution.
Congratulations to Daniel Katz, Jewish Senior Life President and CEO, for receiving the 2014 Health Care Achievement Award. Read Dan’s story here.