6 Main Street, Apalachin, NY 13732
The Homestead in Apalachin, New York is a set of small, warm homes dedicated to offering memory care services in an intimate, secure setting. Our quaint Apalachin home is truly unique, built in 1830 and renovated with accessibility features and sleek finishes. Our welcoming home has provided long-term care to residents for the last twenty-five years, while providing activities based on individuals’ unique interests. We specialize in dementia care for seniors as we treat wandering and behavioral outbursts with compassion and understanding. Here, we truly view residents as members of our family. Our high staff-to-resident ratio allows us to get to know residents, ensuring their needs are met in accordance to their comfort and preferences. To discover all that we have to offer, contact an A Place for Mom advisor today.
We work hard to center our activities around residents’ interests. Whether your loved one loves fishing, movies, or gardening, you can trust they’ll lead a life of fulfillment as they engage in our full roster of projects. While residents are busy enjoying their days, our compassionate caregivers provide a wide array of services. We work closely with our onsite doctor, Dr. Susan Choi, for specialized...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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I am so thankful for The Homestead. In my case, my mom lived at the Barton home. I saw my mom and other residents being treated with respect, love, and great care. I was amazed at the ability of the owner and staff to be able to accommodate the variety of needs, illnesses, and levels of care of the residents. I respected and loved the owners, managers, and every day caregivers. It was obvious that the owners and managers required a high level of care, competence, and kindness from the hands-on caregivers. At several times, the attention given my mom was above and beyond; and I believe it was more than mom would have received at larger care facilities. The facility itself was well kept, attractive, and up to date. Forever, Thank you, Connie and Staff!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
price was good; had two yeppy dogs that would not work for my wife,rooms were a little small. do not think a shared room would work. Porch and yard appeared to be good for walking and sitting outside for bird watching. owner did not appear to be dressed professionally and said hello but then was not available was to be going shopping but then saw he during the tour pass bye. will will revisit in MarchReviewed on A Place For Mom
My mom was a resident here for over 6 years. To say she was a "resident" is an understatement. The Homesteads are truly a HOME for your family. My mom and every other resident were treated like family and taken care of with love, respect and grace. From the time we moved her there when she was in early onset Alzheimers to the day she passed away at the Barton house - all of her needs were taken care of to a phenomenal degree. I am a health care worker myself (physical therapist) and I hold a high bar what is involved in quality care in the care of my mom ( and others). I truly wish there was a house like this in every community for people to take care of their loved ones.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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