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B'ville: McHarrie Pointe prepares to open

Since 1851, Syracuse Home has been and continues to be the leading provider of senior healthcare services for the central New York region. Today, Syracuse Home is poised on the threshold of becoming a continuing care community by opening McHarrie Pointe assisted living residence. McHarrie Pointe, Syracuse Home's exciting new program offering, will create a seamless transition for seniors as their needs and wishes change.

Located on the picturesque Syracuse Home complex in Baldwinsville, McHarrie Pointe is designed with the newest aesthetics and technology available. Individual living is emphasized through private apartments and studios in a social, home-like setting. Residents will enjoy architecturally unique apartments while partaking in fun activities, fine dining, social groups and outings, as they choose. Each resident's privacy will be maintained, with assistance and attentive care provided as needed.

Within McHarrie Pointe is Sage Court. A secure home environment with healthcare and programs provided by staff trained in dementia care, Sage Court will offer the most attentive and state-of-the-art care available. An array of engaging, daily activities will be provided, an enclosed patio will be available for outdoor enjoyment and sensory stimulation, dining areas and lounges are well appointed and aesthetically appealing. Sage Court is designed with the most recent techniques and amenities available in the marketplace to meet the needs of people diagnosed with Alzheimer's or other dementias.

Joining the team of McHarrie Pointe as the RN and wellness coordinator is Anne Neal. Neal comes to the organization with more than 10 years experience as a registered nurse in a medical adult-day healthcare setting. She is very excited to be a part of McHarrie Pointe residence and is "looking forward to providing the professional care needed to help older adults remain involved in their community and as independent as possible in the safe, caring and beautiful setting of McHarrie Pointe."

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