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Wolk Manor

Wolk Manor is a not-for-profit enhanced assisted living community sponsored by Jewish Senior Life. Wolk Manor offers the perfect complement of comfortable apartment living, beautiful common areas for dining, events and recreation, personal support services and care for those who need a little assistance with day-to-day living activities. Residents enjoy an active lifestyle, while receiving physical, mental and emotional support, as needed.

At Wolk Manor, we have a unique, yet simple philosophy. We provide the personal care and services so that residents can enjoy life and continue to spend time with their loved ones and friends. Our trained caregivers develop special bonds with the residents, and we care for them as family.

Wolk Manor has a wide variety of educational, cultural and recreational programs; convenient services; and endless opportunities for residents to enjoy an engaging lifestyle, and their families to enjoy peace of mind.

For caregivers who need some time away and want to make sure that their loved one is safe and cared for, we offer respite stays.

Wolk Manor is a New York State Licensed Enriched Living Community, reviewed and monitored by the State of New York Department of Health. Our New York State license demonstrates our commitment to providing our residents with excellent, high quality care.

Contact the Wolk Manor Marketing Department by email or call (585) 341-2307. Wolk Manor is conveniently located at 4000 Summit Circle Drive, Rochester, NY. Click here for a map and directions.


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.

Marian's House

We are deeply saddened by the tragic news of Larry & Jane Glazer’s passing. Larry was deeply involved with our organization. He loved his volunteer work at the Jewish Home. Without question, Larry was one of our greatest lay leaders, having served on the board and just about every lay leadership role including Chairman of the Board in 2006.

 

Larry’s support of our organization can only be described as “out of the goodness of his heart.” He often could be seen out talking with residents and staff during his tenure as board chairman.

 

We extend our deepest sympathies to the Glazer family.  May their memories be a blessing. Please follow this link for a tribute to Larry Glazer written by Jewish Senior Life President & CEO Dan Katz.