- Therapeutic Music Programs
- Beautician/Barber Services
Bradford County Manor is proud to have a very active PEER Group. This program offers residents an opportunity to participate in special training to become a resident advocate and have a positive impact on their community.
On Wednesday December 6th, 2017 Bradford County Manor was presented with the award of Business of the Year from the Troy Chamber of Commerce. This award was given to our Facility in Recognition for our Commitment to our Community. Thank you to all of our staff for your endless dedication to contribute to our community and give back through many aspects. Our motivation to pay it forward shines through with this wonderful award. Thank you to all of you on our team that made this possible.
Dementia Support Group | Learn, Support and Share
The Bradford County Manor is happy to announce that we will be continuing our Dementia informational support group meetings through 2020. Our meetings will be scheduled on a monthly basis with topics such as Dementia vs Alzheimer’s – what is the difference?
Accepting the Diagnosis, Alternative treatments, Early Detection, Stages of the disease, Treatments for sleep changes and behaviors, Myths vs Facts about the disease, along with many other topics. Our support group also encourages open discussion about individual issues you may need more information about.
Our two Certified Dementia trainer, Kelly Roloson, will be available to assist you as we know that this can be a very overwhelming time and can lead to a lonely journey for anyone to travel. Our support group will provide you with information and support to help you to better understand this disease and its progression. Through these sessions we hope that you will be able to understand how to care for and interact more successfully with your loved one.
As restrictions are lifted we will be looking to setting up dates for future meetings. Please continue to visit our page for upcoming dates.
For more information please contact Kelly Roloson at 570-297-4111
What is a Volunteer?
A Volunteer is:
1. A person who voluntarily offers him/herself for a service or undertaking
2. A person who performs a service willingly and without pay
3. To offer oneself or one*s services for some undertaking or purpose
They are caring, kind, loving people who have so much to offer.
Have you ever thought about becoming a volunteer
and sharing your time and knowledge with others?
We are always ready to welcome new volunteers to our home.
Volunteers help to brighten our residents days.
If you are interested in sharing some time with us, please contact:
Cheyenne Taylor, ADC/VOL at 570-297-4111.
Our recreational therapy staff offers a diverse and interactive activity program that encourages healthy living and social interaction.
For more information, call 570-297-4111
15900 Route 6
Troy, PA 16947
As our facility continues to overcome the daily challenges of COVID 19 cases in our facility we are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from our community. We have received many, many donations from the community, family members, former employees, local businesses and more. These donations include Pizzas, snack foods such as chips, cookies, granola bars, popcorn, bottled water, Gatorade, fresh fruits, Breakfast foods, soups, macaroni and cheese, candy, and so much more.
Our staff would like to thank all of you for these donations. We are grateful beyond words. Experiencing the generosity of our community inspires us to keep going through the tough days and challenging times. Just knowing that we are not alone and appreciated by our community is an inspiration to all of us.
From our Bradford County Manor family to our amazing community WE THANK YOU!!!
Bradford County Manor would like to welcome Tamara L. Chandler to our team.
Tammy, as she is known by all staff, has joined our team as the Nursing Home
Tammy brings with her a commitment to our residents and their families with her thirty four years of experience in Nursing and Long Term Care Facilities. Tammy has experience in multiple positions including a Regional Certified Dietary Manager, Regional Nursing Home Administrator.
Tammy is very family oriented which reflects through her commitment to residents
and their families. She is excited to join our team and looks forward to getting to
know all of the residents as well as building her team while getting to know all of
Tammy has been local to this area throughout her career. She has put roots down
here with her husband for twenty four years. They have raised two daughters and a
son. She also has 3 step-children. She enjoys spending time outdoors. Some of her
favorite times are spent boating on Cayuga Lake, riding ATV’s or just visiting