We work hard, supporting fantastic causes.
Here are our staff and residents, starring in our own Residents’ Alzheimer’s Mini-Walk.
Livingston Hills is proud to host an annual Community Day.
Enjoy these great photos of all the fun!
As you can see, we, along with the entire community, had an absolutely fabulous time.
We had a display table at the Columbia County Fair and there was a theme for each day.
Enjoy these photos of our booth, featuring the daily themes of Back-to-School, Winter and Labor Day.
Join our residents, Judith Little and Joann Rassier, as they enjoy a game of table pool and Ishan Shahham and Marin Erwin as they enjoy a match of ping pong.
Martha McDonald and Barbara Hart took their part in cheering everyone on.
Livingston Hills residents Josephine Rossi and Morton Dubois enjoy an outing to The Dutchess County Faire in Rhinebeck New York.
Christmas in July gave us an excuse for more fun at our Penny Social!
We all had a great time at another wonderful, summer activity — the Hot Dog Roast!
Residents Barbara Hart and Martha McDonald take some time to hang out together.
We had fun in the shade in a great picnic right over in Clermont State Park.
Meet three Livingston Number One Dads at our Fathers’ Day Luncheon
Musical entertainment in our courtyard delighted staff and residents alike.
We had a fun (and delicious) time, sitting in the shade at our outdoor pizza luncheon!
A Certificate of each one of our Veterans was displayed for a full week on our “Wall of Heroes”, and we honored them all at our annual barbecue.
And here he is, making our grounds look great every day. James Rudy, thanks for your gardening and everything else you do!
A big thank you to Terry Jornov, whose house was a wonderful setting for our Back to the Good Old Days outing of picnicking and fishing.
In Honor of National Nursing Home Week, Livingston Hills kicked it off with a barbecue for all Residents and staff.
In honor of Mothers’ Day, we were proud to host a delectable brunch at our lovely outdoor gazebo.
We’re so thrilled to have such an excellent nursing staff, and we wanted to show our appreciation.
Ice cream sundaes for those special nurses that always go the extra mile!
What a fabulous party we had. Enjoy the pictures!
Community Pancake Breakfast & Easter Egg Hunt On April 18.
Members of the community enjoyed a wonderful breakfast, crafts, face painting, hay find and an egg hunt.
Residents went to see a performance called The Comedy of Errors at The Center Of Performing Arts in Rhinebeck New York.
Patient John Amodeo enjoyed being part of the stage.
We had a lovely time at our ladies’ afternoon tea party.
Getting out is always fun. Here, we enjoy a lovely lunch in Catskill!
A wonderful and tasty time was had by all at our night out on the town at the Red Lobster in Kingston, New York.
We cheered, we ate, and we all had a fabulous time!
Our annual Thankful Luncheon is held the Friday before Thanksgiving.
Residents signed up for this special meal and before the meal got started every Resident around the table stated what they were “thankful for” this past year. This was our 3rd year doing this luncheon and it is enjoyed by the Residents and their families as well. This year we had 30 Residents attend (some with their spouses) enjoying our “Thankful” feast.
Our annual Community Pumpkin Festival was held on October 30, featuring trick-or-treating, crafts, entertainment and tasty treats for all to enjoy.