MOUNT MORRIS, N.Y., Jan. 10, 2024 — The Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation (LCCNR) has named Peter Donlon as the facility’s new Director of Leisure Time Activities.
Donlon comes to the County from Elm Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Canandaigua, where he served as an activities director. He joins the LCCNR with a robust background in developing and implementing effective programs for rehabilitation patients and long-term residents. Donlon looks forward to using the skills honed in his previous positions to offer varied and engaging activities for residents of the LCCNR.
“I'm planning for my team to work and communicate directly with our residents to find exactly what they find most engaging, meaningful, and fun,” explained Donlon. “We’ll use this information to build a program centered around our residents and ensure plenty of opportunities for feedback so that we can remain flexible to changing resident needs and interests. We're seeking new ideas and opportunities so that residents feel heard, are engaged within LCCNR and the larger community, and, most importantly, are having fun.”
A graduate of SUNY Geneseo with a bachelor’s degree in Communication specializing in interpersonal and professional communications, Donlon’s educational background aligns well with his goals for a resident-driven activities program. He looks forward to introducing new experiences that also meet the diverse needs of LCCNR residents.
In his free time, Donlon enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He also likes studying history, participating in trivia nights, and playing games of any kind.
Learn more about various programs, outpatient services, career and volunteer opportunities, support services and more by visiting the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation’s website or calling (585) 243-7200.
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About Livingston County:
Founded in 1821, Livingston County, N.Y., is home to more than 61,000 residents in 17 towns located across 631 square miles of the Finger Lakes region.