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Trust Our Residents

It is our commitment to enable every person in our community to live up to their highest practicable well-being

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- Margaret Crowley, Resident

“I have lived at The Terrace for the past 14 months. Everybody is friendly and nice here. It seems good not to worry about stairs and everyone is well cared for. My children found this place for me and I am very happy. I enjoy the food that is prepared for us here, as well as my spacious room. I feel that all my needs are met and I feel safe and secure.”

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- A Recent Family Member

“After our many visits with our mom while she resided at The Terrace, our family can attest to the work of the dedicated staff and the quality of care that she received. The team of employees that we interacted with were always responsive and empathetic to our phone calls, inquiries, questions, and concerns as the aging process continues with our dear mom.”

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- Daughter of Resident

My mother is already settled in Camillus Ridge Terrace. What I like most about this one is the location, just because all of my family is already out in Camillus, so having her nearby is nice. The residents, when we were touring, all seemed very happy and they have activities happening all the time, so that's huge. They have music pretty much every day, which I know makes my mom happy. They have movie nights. In terms of the general atmosphere, everything is clean, neat, tidy and welcoming. The staff seems attentive. My mom has been there for a month and they all know her by name.

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- Esther B.

Your loved ones will find at Camillus Ridge Terrace  a peaceful place they can call home. I have worked there and testify that residents' social and physical needs are met beyond high expectations.

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- Previous Resident

At Camillus Ridge Terrace, the people were very nice. The facility looked nice; the bedrooms didn't seem like hospitals. They were a little bit homier and a little bit less institutionalized.

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