Assisted Living At It's Finest
Wolk Manor offers the right amount of assistance with daily living tasks that one may need to maintain a full life and continue to spend quality time with loved ones and friends. Follow the link here to read more about us or contact the Marketing department at (585) 341-2307.
Programs & Services
Atkin Center for Outpatient Rehabilitation
The Atkin Center for Outpatient Rehabilitation (ACOR) provides multi-disciplinary rehabilitation services for adults, seniors and medically-complex patients, assisting them in remaining independent in their own homes. Our individualized treatment programs include:
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech and language therapy
- Massage therapy
- Orthopedic and spine rehabilitation
- Low vision and functional vision services
- Bioness L300 and H200 NMES systems
- Manual therapy
- Transportation available within Monroe County
For individuals experiencing difficulty swallowing, ACOR provides on-site Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluations of Swallowing (FEES). A certified Endoscopist, who is also a Speech Language Pathologist, completes an evaluation on the individual. The evaluation provides for a thorough assessment of the individual’s swallowing ability, determines appropriate treatment techniques and other management options. The FEES evaluation is key for individuals experiencing difficulty after:
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Head injuries
- General neurological disorders
- Cognitive impairments
- Head and/or neck surgeries
Atkin Center for Outpatient Rehabilitation Balance Center of Excellence features the state-of-the-art Biodex Balance System. Our program is designed for those who have balance or walking instability or a history of falls.
ACOR is proud to offer Bioness, an award-winning and innovative rehabilitation technology designed to benefit individuals who have been afflicted with neurological disorders, including stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, Cerebral Palsy and spinal cord injury. Bioness uses low-level electrical stimulation to help people regain mobility and independence, to improve quality of life and productivity. We are the only outpatient rehabilitation center from Rochester to Syracuse to offer both the NESS H200 Hand Rehabilitation System and the NESS L300 Foot Drop System. Bioness technology helped a local woman who was born with Cerebral Palsy regain her independence and her story was featured on WHEC TV. The Bioness systems have also been showcased on segments of The Today Show and Good Morning America, and featured in a story in USA Today.
We have partnered with Rochester Rehabilitation’s DriveOn program to help seniors drive safely, comfortably and stress-free. Together, our occupational therapists work with DriveOn’s experienced driver specialists to evaluate driving ability and create a customized driver training program to help you maintain your independence.
Please take a look at our latest Customer Experience Survey results.
For more information on any of these services, contact the Atkin Center for Outpatient Rehabilitation by email, call (585)784-6530, or fax to (585)341-2430.
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.
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.