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Family needs become priority in long-term care

After curtailing capital improvements during the economic downturn, local long-term care facilities have put shovels back in the ground. The building projects reflect interest in skilled nursing care that emphasizes choice, flexibility and privacy.   As a desire to stay ...

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Experts are confronting specter of Alzheimer’s

The torch of aging has been passed to the baby boomer generation-and with it the specter of debilitating disease. Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, in particular, are a deep concern for many boomers as they enter their 50s and 60s.   ...

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Long-Term Care Resources

ADULT DAY CARE PROVIDERS Adult Day Health Care Services at the Jewish Home of Rochester (An affiliate of Jewish Senior Life) 2021 S. Winton Road Rochester, N.Y. 14618 442-1420, ext. 710 Email: info@jewishhomeroch.org Website: www.jewishhomeroch.org  Brighter Day Medical Adult Day ...

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Facilities are poised to seize opportunities under new law

Leaders of local skilled nursing facilities are not yet sure what impact the new Affordable Care Act will have on their operations, but some are optimistic that the law will bring more opportunities.   "I have ideas, thoughts and possible ...

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Senior Living Resources

EDUCATION Accessible Home Renovations CP Rochester 3399 S. Winton Road Rochester, N.Y. 14623 Contact: Rick Bready 334-6000, ext. 1225 Email: rbready@cprochester.org Website: www.cprochester.org Action for a Better Community Inc. 550 E. Main St. Rochester, N.Y. 14604 325-5116 / Fax: 325-9108 ...

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The guide to leading attorneys in Rochester

Employing top-quality legal representation is essential in nearly all important business and personal matters. Best Lawyers in Rochester can help you ensure that you obtain the legal representation you need.   For a quarter century, Best Lawyers has helped lawyers ...

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Best Lawyers Lawyer of the Year

APPELLATE PRACTICE David M. Lascell Harter Secrest & Emery LLP BANKING AND FINANCE LAW Robert F. Zogas Phillips Lytle LLP BANKRUPTCY AND CREDITOR DEBTOR RIGHTS / INSOLVENCY AND REORGANIZATION LAW John R. Weider Damon Morey LLP BET-THE-COMPANY LITIGATION David M. ...

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Methodology for Best Lawyers

This list is excerpted from the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, the pre-eminent referral guide to the legal profession in the United States. Published since 1983, Best Lawyers lists attorneys in 129 specialties, representing all 50 states, ...

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More about Best Lawyers and Woodward/White Inc.

     These lists are excerpted from The Best Lawyers in America(r) 2013, which includes listings for more than 50,000 lawyers in 129 specialties, in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The Best Lawyers in America(r) is published by ...

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Sustained by small business

Hiring at small and midsize firms signals a more diverse local economy Ken Corpus spent more than a decade looking for a job after being laid off from Xerox Corp.   "I was still actively seeking a full-time engineering position," ...

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A recipe that works

LiDestri Foods continues the growth that began at a kitchen table The idea for LiDestri Foods Inc. was cooked up in a young man’s family kitchen on Rochester’s northwest side during the Great Depression.   Today, the Fairport-based business boasts ...

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Looking toward 2037

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The business community views the next 25 years with optimism, resolve The past 25 years have tested the Rochester-area economy. Relentless downsizing by the area’s largest employers, a tax burden that year after year ranks among the heaviest nationwide, the ...

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A strategy built on strength

Under Albert Simone, RIT doubled its budget and boosted enrollment When Albert Simone took over as eighth president of Rochester Institute of Technology in 1992, the institution was experiencing dropping enrollment and had no strategy for reversing that trend.   ...

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Homegrown real estate moguls

The Leenhouts twins built Home Properties, now pursue other ventures Asked to assess their business accomplishments-as a team and as individuals-over the last 45 years, twins Nelson and Norman Leenhouts echo each another.   "I feel we’ve been very blessed," ...

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Bursting the academic bubble

Community integration is a hallmark of Joel Seligman’s leadership at UR   Joel Seligman leads a top research university, one that plays an outsized role in bringing research dollars to the Rochester region. But he sees his responsibilities as extending ...

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