There are 15 Assisted Living & Nursing Homes in Schenectady County, New York, serving a population of 155,239 people in an area of 205 square miles. There is 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per 10,349 people, and 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per 13 square miles.
In New York, Schenectady County is ranked 28th of 62 counties in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per capita, and 11th of 62 counties in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per square mile.
Find Schenectady County, New York assisted living and nursing homes.
Adirondack Manor Hfa D.B.A Scotia Mansion 39 Wallace Street Scotia, NY
Baptist Health Nursing And Rehabilitation Center, Inc 297 North Ballston Avenue Scotia, NY
Brookdale East Niskayuna 2861 Troy-Schenectady Road Niskayuna, NY
Dutch Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 1940 Hamburg Street Schenectady, NY
Ellis Residential & Rehabilitation Center 600 Mc Clellan Street Schenectady, NY
Glendale Home-Schdy Cnty Dept Social Services 59 Hetcheltown Road Schenectady, NY
Heritage Home For Women 1519 Union Street Schenectady, NY
Ingersoll Place 3359 Consaul Road Schenectady, NY
Judson Meadows Assisted Living 39 Swaggertown Road Schenectady, NY
Kingsway Arms Nursing Center Inc 323 Kings Road Schenectady, NY
Living Group 5 Stevenson Street Schenectady, NY
Pathways Nursing And Rehabilitation Center 1805 Providence Avenue Niskayuna, NY
Schenectady Center For Rehabilitation And Nursing 526 Altamont Avenue Schenectady, NY
Scotia Mansion Home For Adults 39 Wallace Street Scotia, NY
The Avenue Nursing and Rehabilitation Centre 526 Altamont Avenue Schenectady, NY
Schenectady County Assisted Living facilities and Nursing Homes are residential facilities for older adults who require assistance with daily care in Schenectady County, NY. Many of the same services provided by Assisted Living may also be provided at a Nursing Home. Assistance may include Schenectady County nursing and elderly care as well as help with household chores, daily living activities, and transportation. Schenectady County Nursing Homes can provide short-term rehabilitative services to people recovering from hospital stays, as well as long-term care for people who do not require hospitalization but cannot be cared for at home.You may contact Assisted Living & Nursing Homes for questions about: