The Spinney at Van Dyke
6 Parker Mathusa Pl., Delmar
Leaving your house does not mean you have to leave your privacy behind. The Spinney at Van Dyke offers a new approach to living for the “55 and better” community, allowing residents to move away from the burdens of owning their home while allowing a sense of privacy in a community setting. Each cottage at The Spinney features private entryways, back and front porches, as well as direct access, attached garages. The Spinney lifestyle is the smoothest transition from owning a home to downsizing and renting. Schedule a visit today to see why!
The Sentinel of Amsterdam
10 Market St., Amsterdam
The Sentinel was created with a vision centered on providing individualized care in a home-like setting for seniors. Family owned and operated, The Sentinel offers decades of experience in providing quality care to its residents. The Sentinel’s philosophy focuses on taking a positive approach to senior living, and its goal is to provide seniors with an active and full life during their retirement years. The Sentinel takes great pride in its dedicated, caring and professional staff. Each staff member is carefully chosen for his or her courtesy and commitment to The Sentinel’s residents.
767 Hoosick Rd., Troy
As an independent financial advisor for more than 30 years, the Fagan Associates team takes personal pride in handling the individual needs of all its clients. Specializing in investments, wealth management and retirement planning, Fagan currently manages more than $500 million in assets, and all portfolios are managed separately. Fagan is a fiduciary investment advisor that is fee-based, meaning there is no conflict of interest that comes with compensation-based commissions. At Fagan Associates, it’s your money—and they know that.
Pine Haven Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
201 Main St., Philmont
“Caring for adults who need around-the-clock nursing care is both rewarding and challenging. In 2020, the global pandemic made caring for our residents even more challenging. I would like to publicly thank our staff, residents, family members, partners in care and the community at large for all they have done for Pine Haven. Thank you for the cards, letters, supplies, parades, food and numerous acts of physical and emotional support you have provided. All your thoughts, prayers and deeds of selfless giving have helped our facility and its residents get through a very difficult year. We are blessed to have you in our lives. Thank you!” —Elizabeth Groat, RN, Pine Haven Director of Admissions