Services

Valley Residential services offers a comfortable space for residents that allows our residents to have their own space, while providing a sense of community within the facility. Each resident has their own apartment-style room that comes fully furnished, or residents can bring their own furniture. Residents have community spaces to meet with friends and family, and three meals a day are provided in our restaurant-style dining room. 

 

Enriched Housing - Enriched Housing provides an efficiency apartment containing a kitchenette, living room, bedroom and bathroom, three meals each day in the Community Foundation dining room, medication management, leisure activities, housekeeping and maintenance. Other services, including assistance with personal care and transportation in excess of a 10-mile radius, are available for a fee.     

Assisted Living Program - The Assisted Living Program offers an efficiency apartment with a kitchenette, living room, bedroom and bathroom, three meals each day in the Community Foundation dining room, medication management, housekeeping, maintenance, transportation and personal assistance as required.

Daily Activities -  Daily Activities and scheduled outings complement the amenities of VRS that include a café, library, game room, Adirondack-style porch, hair and nail salon, spacious courtyard, classroom for educational programs and transportation to local shopping areas.

Reception – our courteous and friendly reception staff at either VHS or VRS are available to answer any questions and/or provide you with directions to your designated location. At VRS, the reception desk is just inside the entrance and has a beautiful waiting area for you to relax until you meet with loved ones or staff.

For more information, or to schedule a tour, please contact the Director of Community Life at
(315) 219-5700, extension 3239. Applications and a listing of cost tiers with associated services is available upon request.

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