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Notes from Nate: 125 Years of Honoring Our Core Values

Each January we celebrate the lives of our residents who have reached the milestone of 100 years of age or more with our annual Centenarian Luncheon. While it is always…

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Celebrating Black Women in Rochester

The women of Brickstone by St. John’s gathered for their monthly social, eager and ready to listen– all due to the topic of discussion. Residents Geneva Stokes and Faith Prather…

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RIT Students Visit St. John’s Home for Valentine’s Party

Student volunteers from the Rochester Institute of Technology  (RIT) returned to St. John’s Home for an afternoon of games and Valentine’s treats. This event is part of an ongoing partnership…

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Giving Guide Highlights Lasting Impact of St. John’s

St. John’s is a featured nonprofit organization in the Rochester Business Journal‘s 2024 Rochester Giving Guide. Celebrating 125 years of developing transformative solutions that enhance the lives of Rochester’s older…

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Residents Build Bird Boxes for Town of Brighton Parks

Perhaps the best way to describe the work that comes out of the St. John’s Meadows Woodshop these days is purpose driven. So many of the items produced in this…

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Mental Wellness: Important at Any Age

Mental wellness is an essential part of living a healthy life. At St. John’s, we focus on making social and mental wellness programs accessible to all. As discussed in an…

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Senior Living Options in Today’s Environment

If you are just beginning your decision-making journey to explore maintenance-free living and do not know where to begin, it may be helpful to start with common definitions of the…

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Hawthorne Reunion at St. John’s Home

One might think that moving into a higher level of care results in saying goodbye to neighbors and friends. This story of former neighbors keeping in touch across the continuum…

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The Art of Seniors Making New Friends

Cultivating Connections and Community As we journey through life, the significance of friendship remains a constant. Regardless of age, forging meaningful connections and cultivating friendships is vital for emotional well-being…

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Happy Festival of Lights from St. John’s

Chag urim sameach!  Rabbi David Orange, Reverend Sarah Culp, and Reverend Patrick Crumity led festive Hanukkah celebrations at each of St. John’s communities to mark the end of the eight-day…

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