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Auburn Citizen - progress
January 30, 2006
Progress 2006
The Citizen, Auburn, New York
The Citizen, Auburn, New York
Progress 2006
January 30, 2006
Open Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm Flexible Schedule
For further information or to schedule a tour, please contact the
Admissions Office at 315-253-0351 ext. 244
Mercy Health & Rehabilitation Center
3 St. Anthony Street
Auburn, New York 13021
Mercy's Adult Medical Day Program Can Help!
A complimentary Guest Day Pass is
encouraged and available upon request,
Call 315-253-0351 ext 244
Medicaid, Private Insurance, VA assistance, Grants,
Private Pay welcomed.
Adult Medical
Day Program
Mercy's Adult Medical Day
Program is a community
based long term care
program that provides
comprehensive health care
services in a group setting.
Program participants are
provided with the medical
and supportive services they
need to remain at home and
part of their community.
Services offered include:
· Skilled Nursing Care
· Rehabilitation (Physical, Occupational and
Speech Therapy)
· Health Monitoring
· Personal Care
· Pharmacy Review
· Daily Hot Lunch
· Nutritional Services
· Therapeutic Recreation
· Case Management/ Social Services
· "Door to Door" Transportation
People Dig Us!
eless Exca
eless Exca
626-6308 · Cato, NEW YORK · 626-6629
Serving Central New York for 34 years!
Septic System Installations · Repairs · Pumping · Ditch Cleaning
Pond Digging · Licensed Waste Water Inspector w/Cayuga Co.
Trackhoe · Backhoe · Dozer · Mulch
Topsoil · Crushed Stone · Fully Insured
Tom Geherin
255-1346 / Fax (315) 255-2915
M - F 8:30 - 5:00 pm
41 E. Genesee Street
Auburn, New York 13021
Convenient Free Parking
84 York St., Auburn, NY
or call 1-800-439-0436
on your purchase of a new
air conditioning system, furnace or boiler
Enjoy reliable comfort all year long with heating and air
conditioning from Suburban Energy Services. Choose from our
large selection of air conditioners, furnaces, boilers, space heaters
and hearth products. With our flexible financing, it's easy to get
exactly what you need.
Total Energy Solutions For All The Comforts Of Home
* Pending credit approval
6 Months
No Payment,
No Interest
50 Months
Cases Unlimited offers professional pack-
aging and shipping services to the Finger-
lakes Region. We are the only shipping
store in Auburn to offer FedEx, FedEx
Ground and UPS. Friendly helpful serv-
ice is the reason we have been here for over
20 years. We also have plenty of FREE
PARKING right at our front door. No
parking meters here!
I Tom Geherin, the owner live right up
the street and am always available. We also
sell many different shipping containers and
offer direct trucking services for situations
that need it. If you have something that
you're not sure how to ship, give us a call.
Cases Unlimited
Business Name: Cases Unlimited
Address: 41 E. Genesee St., Auburn, NY 13021
Phone: 255-1346 Fax: 255-2915
Owners/Officer: Tom Geherin
Number of Employees: 4
Year started: 1985
Type of business: Packing & Shipping
We asked Loveless Excavating Inc. a few
questions about their business and this is what they
told us:
Q. Tell us about your Products/Services.
A. Specialize in Septic repair and cleaning, Waste
Water Inspectors licensed w/ Cayuga Co. We will
carry mulch, sand & stone for spring landscaping
Q. What is unique about your business?
A. Loveless Excavating Inc. has been a family run
business for 34 years
Q. Community Involvement
A. We have been involved in community
projects throughout the years - ball fields, tennis
courts, playgrounds & church parking lots.
Q.Tell us about your location?
A. 3 1/2 miles west of Cato at the corner of Rt.
370 and Houghtaling Rd.
Loveless Excavating Inc.
Business Name: Loveless Excavating Inc.
Address: Rt. 370 & Houghtaling
Cato, NY 13033
Phone: 315-626-6308 Fax: 315-626-6303
Owner: Ronald D. Loveless
Year Started: 1972
Type of Business: Septic & Excavating
A jolly snowman has replaced the
scarecrow standing by the door out-
side Mercy Health and Rehabilitation
Center's Adult Medical Day Program.
"We don't change where you live
..... Just how you live" touts a sign
Inside the doors, there's always a
bustle of activity from cooking to
playing cards to bingo.
Mercy's Adult Medical Day Pro-
gram is a community-based program
that provides comprehensive health
care services in a group setting. "The
purpose of the program is to enable
clients to maintain their highest level
of independence while living in the
community," said Judy Greco, direc-
tor of the program.
Clients are enrolled in the program
after a comprehensive screening
assessment to identify their medical
needs and types of services required,
and how those needs can be met
through the program. Services can
range from monitoring, observing and
maintaining an individual's health sta-
tus to creative interventions and uti-
lization of resources.
"Mercy's Adult Medical Day Pro-
gram is the only medical day program
in the county. Our clients are able to
receive skilled nursing care, rehabilita-
tion therapy, health monitoring, per-
sonal care, daily hot lunch, therapeu-
tic recreation ,door to door
transportation, and a host of other
services," Greco said.
The program is staffed with med-
ical professionals, a licensed registered
nurse, a licensed practical nurse,certi-
fied nurse aides, activity staff a regis-
tered dietician, a social worker and
licensed therapists.
Other services include podiatry,
optometry, psychological counseling,
radiology, pastoral care, dental care,
an on site beauty/barber shop and girl
One big part of the program is the
recreation offered ranging from out-
side picnics, gardening, holiday par-
ties, to daily discussions on current
events and health issues. Clients also
like to offer their volunteer services ...
during the month of December they
made dog biscuits for the Finger
Lakes SPCA.
"The program provides not only a
hot noon meal but also offers some
clients breakfast, and can assist them
to prepare meals to take home for
dinner. We want to make sure that
their nutritional needs are met," said
Greco. This coming year the program
hopes to establish a food pantry.
The program also coordinates out-
side doctor appointments, notifies
clients of availability of flu shots and,
during a recent water crisis in
Auburn, made sure clients had bottled
water to take home.
For the second year, the program
held a harvest luncheon in November
with almost 80 clients, family and
agency contacts in attendance.. "It
was a huge turnout," Greco said,
adding that clients made all of the
It was in the late 1970s when the
concept of adult day care was first
started and began with about 300
Centers Nationwide. By the next
decade, the number of centers had
jumped to 2,100 and has almost dou-
bled since then according to the
National Adult Day Services Associa-
A little more than a year ago,
Mercy's day program increased from
three to five days and is open Monday
through Friday, from 8a.m. to 4p.m.
Some clients attend 1-2 days a week,
others attend 5 days depending on
their medical needs. In the event the
primary caregiver works during the
day, Mercy's Day Program offers an
alternative to nursing home place-
ment. According to Greco, "Mercy's
Adult Medical Day Program was the
best kept secret in Cayuga county,
however that is no longer true. With
support and referrals from numerous
health care agencies, physicians, fami-
ly and friends, our numbers have
grown. We still have space for addi-
tional clients, and encourage anyone
interested in the program to give us a
call and we would be glad to have you
join us for lunch, meet the friendly
daycare staff and see for yourself how
great the program is !"
Mercy Adult Medical
Day Program Can Help

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