Home / Special Section (page 23) /

Special Section

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, ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

Best Lawyers® in Rochester — 2016 Edition

Important business and personal matters require superior legal representation. Best Lawyers in Rochester can help you obtain the legal representation you need. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. For more than a ...

Read More »

Connecting with the end user spells success

Connecting with the end user spells success: Paul Dudley has grown ID Signsystems to 45 employees Celebrating its 10th anniversary as one of Rochester’s fastest growing businesses, ID Signsystems Inc. has earned regional, national and international accolades for its sign ...

Read More »

2015 Business Person of the Year

With its annual honor, the Small Business Council of Rochester will celebrate exemplary business leaders who have made an impact at their companies and in the community. The Rochester Business Alliance Inc. affiliate will give out awards for the Business ...

Read More »

Tackling a mix of challenges with smart solutions

ProNexus LLC helps its clients tackle a mix of challenges, from achieving profitable growth to dealing with regulatory burdens. “We are truly a unique organization,” says Robert Pickering, co-founder and senior executive vice president of Pro-Nexus. “Think of us like ...

Read More »

Setting lofty goals to live up to expectations

For 22 years Regional Distributors Inc. has supplied hotels, schools, restaurants, health care facilities and numerous other businesses with paper, food service products, janitorial supplies and cleaning equipment. The company stocks and sells thousands of products to clients across Western ...

Read More »

Room for new ideas fosters collaborative style

As a leader, Ken Rosenfeld believes in surrounding himself with great people, providing compelling goals and setting them free. Rosenfeld, president and CEO of eHealth Technologies, insists that it is possible to have a collaborative environment and still be agile ...

Read More »

Working hand-in-hand to make things happen

David Pastore does not think of himself as a leader. He prefers the title “teammate,” suggesting that all his employees are in it together.

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

Harvesting information to save time, money

CEO John Holland credits D4 LLC’s achievements to good people, careful planning and solid execution. D4 provides managed data and discovery services to law firms and corporations. Roughly 200 technicians, data collectors, consultants, paralegals and lawyers are on staff to ...

Read More »

Small-business owners nurse sense of optimism

Small-business owners are optimistic about the economy, Kimberly Gangi finds. Though they face challenges such as taxes, costs and talent recruitment, Gangi, president of the Small Business Council of Rochester, says these individuals are driven to take risks and rise ...

Read More »