Carlucci Home has been a family owned and operated business for over 40 years. We provide Assisted Living care for senior women in a clean, comfortable, country home with private or semi-private rooms. Three home-cooked meals are provided daily. Activities, laundry service, housekeeping, medical services, and transportation to medical appointments can be arranged.
The Carlucci Home has been a 23 bed Assisted Living Home for women for over 40 years. The home is family owned and operated, and provides the most personalized services in a clean, comfortable country home. We are fully licensed and inspected by the NYS Department of Health.
Founded by Jennie Carlucci, a Registered Nurse, over 40 years ago, the Home has continued to exceed all of the areas of Assisted Living staffing ratios and individualized care plan and continues to do so. The Carlucci Home has a staff-resident ratio of 2 aides to 10 residents, and we also have 4 full-time licensed nurses.
The Carlucci Home has an excellent reputation and those who have lived alongside of the Carlucci's have benefited from the comfort and care of the entire family. As a result, the majority of the Carlucci Home's referrals have been through word of mouth. This is a tribute to the care that continues to be provided.
The Carlucci Home offers semi-private rooms for a fraction of what the “larger facilities“ charge. Three meals a day, snacks at resident request, activities, laundry, housekeeping, and medical services are all provided for a reasonable rate. Transportation to and from medical appointments can be arranged by the Carlucci Home whenever family or friends are not available.
Nineteen of Carlucci Home's beds are enhanced licensed to allow residents to “Age in Place“ longer, which many times can prevent placement in a skilled nursing home. We can also provide hospice services when necessary. Keeping their residents at home with “family“ is of the utmost importance at Carlucci Home. Medical care provided on-site helps residents avoid unnecessary hospitalizations. The communication between family and caregivers goes far beyond that of the “larger facilities“.