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Presenting the Top 100

Rochester Business Alliance and KPMG LLP are pleased to present the 2015 Rochester Top 100 companies. These companies represent the fastest-growing privately held businesses in our region, making them a testament to high achievement and role models for success. As ...

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A SHARP FOCUS: Premier Laser Spa

Michael Linehan believes the sky could be the limit for his business, Premier Laser Spa. With only 1 percent of the population getting laser hair removal, Linehan sees a lot of opportunities for growth. “We can go as far as ...

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Rochester Top 100: How they have grown

This is the 29th year of the Rochester Top 100, the annual program of the Rochester Business Alliance and KPMG LLP that recognizes the region’s fastest-growing privately held companies. In some ways, much has changed since the first list appeared ...

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Rochester Top 100: Stay or go?

Have you ever considered moving your business out of the Rochester area? If so, what factors prompted you to consider relocating? We get asked all the time to develop outside of New York State, but we have not pursued that ...

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Honors go to those who make a difference

The 2015 Greater Rochester Awards will honor 14 individuals and six organizations for their contributions to the area’s non-profits.

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Long Term Care Resources

ADULT DAY CARE PROVIDERS Adult Day Health Care 2021 S. Winton Road Rochester, N.Y. 14618 Contact: Carol Maskiell 784-6570 Email: cmaskiell@jewishhomeroch.org Website: www.jsladultdayhealthcare.org Brighter Day Medical Adult Day Program (An affiliate of Thompson Health) 30 Fort Hill Ave. Canandaigua, N.Y. ...

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Here to help

NY Connects provides telephone guidance, screening for long-term care needs and preferences, and links to services. It is not a care management program, but it is often the best starting point because it provides direction to several long-term care services, ...

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Exploring local facilities? Talk with the pros

In 2007, my then 86-year-old grandfather began living alone for the first time. My sister and I promised Poppy that he could stay in his home so long as he was safe. For seven years, we exhausted several in-home care ...

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Learn about options for long-term care

Aging happens, and the need for long-term care is one most Americans will have at some point in their lives. Seventy percent of Americans ages 65 and older will need long-term care, but most adults over the age of 40 ...

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Senior Living Resources

EDUCATION Action for a Better Community Inc. 550 E. Main St. Rochester, N.Y. 14604 325-5116 / Fax: 325-9108 Website: www.abcinfo.org Al Sigl Community of Agencies 1000 Elmwood Ave., Suite 300 Rochester, N.Y. 14620-3098 442-4102, ext. 8943 / Fax: 442-7573 Email: ...

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A desire to stay involved in the community

If you want to live longer, be happier, stay mentally sharp or just enjoy life after 65, become a volunteer. Older adults who give their time and energy to worthy causes have lower mortality rates and rates of depression, research ...

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A range of choices

Here is an overview of the accommodations at various levels of care. Visit eldersource.org/resources.html for more information. Independent living without services: Typically restricted to older adults, usually ages 50 and over, although some facilities may include younger adults with disabilities. ...

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Finding a richer life through art, music, dance

Arts therapy is a veritable gold mine of relief and joy for many, especially senior citizens, with benefits not just for those suffering the neurocognitive disorders that can come with aging, but for those coping with feelings of isolation or ...

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Passion for welding fulfills rising demand

When it comes to running Mahany Welding Supply Co., Michael Krupnicki follows his father’s mantra: “We don’t have customers. We have friends who buy from us.” That statement, says Krupnicki, president of Mahany Welding and executive director of Rochester Arc ...

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