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The Manor hosts Grace and Glory Animal show of Oswego

Hospital news | Friday, September 1, 2017

Contact: Marion Ciciarelli

The Manor at Seneca Hill had all sorts of unique and exotic visitors recently from Grace and Glory Animals, of Oswego.

Daniel Oostdyk, a Wildlife Rehabilitationist, of Grace and Glory Animals, brought a variety of snakes including a corn and python as well as an American alligator, a chinchilla and even a young wallaby to The Manor for his presentation.

During his talk, Oostdyk shared interesting facts about each reptile or animal. The animal show is among the many programs that The Manor provides during the year for its skilled residents and Adult Day Health Services program participants. Among those enjoying the show as Oostdyk shows them a chinchilla are Elizabeth Olsen, Beatrice Vincent, Ruth Halstead, and Sheila Lyboult.

The Manor provides skilled nursing care, rehabilitation services for those who have had an injury, stroke or have undergone surgery, as well as an Adult Day Health Services Program. To learn more about The Manor and its programs, please call 315-349-5300.