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In 2008, ElderWood Senior Care will celebrate its 30th anniversary. Since its first skilled nursing facility opened in 1978, ElderWood has grown to include 10 skilled nursing facilities, five assisted living residences and two independent living communities throughout Western and Central New York. All of ElderWood’s skilled nursing facilities offer comprehensive rehabilitation programs. The company has expanded its subacute services to include specialty programs such as cardiac rehabilitation, respiratory care and pulmonary rehabilitation.

 ElderWood’s mission is to provide “Care without Compromise.” ElderWood’s continuum of care means that residents can progress seamlessly from independent living, to assisted living, to skilled nursing. Residents receive exactly the level of care that they need.

 ElderWood continually strives to improve quality of care and quality of life for residents and patients. In Western New York, only ElderWood skilled nursing facilities have met the rigorous standards required to earn the American Health Care Association’s Step I and Step II Quality Awards, the country’s highest honor in long-term care.

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