St. Francis Commons at St. Luke
Assisted living at St. Francis Commons is an affordable lifestyle choice for adults who wish to remain independent and active, yet may need some help with daily activities. A combination of residential and home care services, St. Francis Commons is, “supportive living, made easy.”
Located on the St. Luke healthcare campus in the City of Oswego, St. Francis Commons Assisted Living Residence provides supportive housing and home care services to individuals who are medically eligible for placement in a nursing facility but whose needs can be met in a less restrictive and lower cost residential setting. Our residence accommodates 60 individuals in private or shared-private rooms.
St. Francis Commons offers Oswego County’s premiere New York State licensed assisted living program, combining residential and home care services. Our experienced staff provides housekeeping, supervision, care management, personal care and home health services. Activities and outings keep residents engaged and a part of our community. Services and amenities that offer an affordable lifestyle choice for individuals who wish to remain independent and active, yet may need help with daily activities.
Memory Care at St. Francis is a unique neighborhood within our residence providing a safe setting for persons with early to middle stages of a dementia-related illness such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Our residence emphasizes personal dignity, autonomy, independence and personal choice, all in an environment that will reflect the level of quality our community has come to expect from our St. Luke Family of Caring.
For more information or to make an appointment for a tour, please call us at (315) 326-0870, or email us.
St. Francis Commons is a part of The St. Luke Family of Caring, an affiliation of community-based, not-for-profit healthcare providers serving the greater-Oswego County area. Affiliates also include Bishop’s Commons Enriched Housing Residence and St. Luke Health Services. Together we provide residential communities, care and services to over 300 people daily.