Extended Care and Senior Care Services

All the Right Options–for Now and Later

It used to be that seniors in need of special care services or patients in need of transitional care only had one choice: to move to a nursing care facility. Today, our patients have many more options. Strong Health offers choices that allow the freedom and independence many still need.

  • Residents find the benefits of our senior communities richly rewarding, no matter what level of care they need.
  • Residents are seen and treated by their own Strong Health physician, who works closely with the senior care staff at each facility.
  • As your needs change, you can move from one level of care to another within the same community, for fewer transitions, less confusion, and more patient comfort.

For Those in Need of Special Care Services

When it’s time for you or a loved one to make a change in living arrangements, Strong Health Senior Care Centers have the environment and services to suit your needs.

The Highlands at PittsfordLuxury housing for those who want the freedom and independence of an apartment, but enjoy a community and its many advantages.
The LaurelwoodOffers the independence of an apartment with extra assistance in areas such as housekeeping and personal care. Located on the Highlands 50-acre campus.
The MeadowbrookOffering non-residential care: provides daytime senior services, including nursing care where needed. Also located on Highlands campus.
The Highlands Living CenterProvides skilled nursing care, on a long-term or temporary basis. Special services include rehabilitation care, an Alzheimer’s care unit, on-site hemodialysis, and hospice care.
The Highlands at BrightonOffers skilled nursing care, and specialized care for acute, long-term care patients. A new rehabilitation unit offers short-term stays to those requiring neurological and orthopaedic restorative care. Located in a new, separate facility.
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