The Manor’s Adult Day Health Services Program Holds Annual Family Picnic

OSWEGO – The Manor at Seneca Hill held its annual summertime family picnic for its adult day health services program on July 28.

A family picnic
A family picnic

More than 90 family members were the guests of program participants who enjoyed a summer barbeque.

Pictured at far left is program participant, Evelyn Smith, who had lunch with her daughters, Laurie Morrow, center and Linda Smart, at right.

Part of the Oswego Health system, The Manor’s adult day health services program offers a comprehensive array of services in a homelike environment.

This “medical model” integrates activities and socialization with the individual healthcare needs of all qualifying individuals.

Participants are 18 years or older with a wide range of cognitive and physical needs that require nursing care and supervision in a structured community setting.

The program is offered weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with attendance options ranging from one to five visits per week.

Transportation can be provided.

For more information please call Kathy Cocciole at 349-5344.