Born and raised in Tonawanda, three sisters who never lived more than three miles apart were able to continue to live close to one another while receiving personalized care as residents at Weinberg Campus.
Marjorie was the first sibling to call Rosa Coplon Living Center—the skilled nursing home at Weinberg Campus—her home. Her sister Mary moved to Garden House, which provides special needs memory care and enhanced assisted living, and the youngest sister, Joan lived only steps away at Dosberg Manor adult home and assisted living.
The continuum of care, the safe and secure environment, and professionalism of the staff were key factors in the siblings’ decisions to choose Weinberg Campus.
“Finding a place for an elderly parent is a highly emotional process, but everyone at Weinberg was extremely helpful and professional. They made the whole process simple and explained everything well,” said Mary’s son, John, who toured several local facilities to find the right match for his mother’s needs.
“None was as impressive as Weinberg – and no one else offered the Enhanced Assisted Living option,” he said.
Enhanced Assisted Living, one of three levels of care at Garden House, is for individuals with physical health challenges that require additional medical care, such as specialized diets, diabetic care, help getting up and down, wound care, feeding tubes and colostomy bags.
For more information about the full range of senior care options available at Weinberg Campus, call (716) 639-3332 or visit WeinbergCampus.org.