Clark Manor has a long history of caring. As far back as 1899, Mary Clark Thompson, who resided at Sonnenberg in Canandaigua during the summer, formed Clark Manor as a charitable organization in memory of her parents.
Clark Manor has a long history of caring. As far back as 1899, Mary Clark Thompson, who resided at Sonnenberg Gardens in Canandaigua during the summer, formed The Clark Manor House as a charitable organization in memory of her parents.
Our mission is to deliver quality services, housing and programs that promote quality of life and dignity among senior adults at a reasonable cost.
The Clark Manor House offers carefree living and quality care in a welcoming home-like environment, not corridor living. We have 17 private rooms with updated bathrooms (one is a two-bedroom suite). In addition, we have 24-hour personal care assistance in a safe and secure setting, dedicated staff, case management, medication supervision by licensed nurses, and three home-cooked nutritious meals daily by one of the best chefs in the area.
Visitor Policy Effective 7/10/21; edited 3/8/22
We are excited to be able to offer in-person visits at The Clark Manor House! Please review the following procedures that enable compliance with New York State requirements for Assisted Living Facilities in light of Covid-19. We look forward to welcoming family and friends. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates or contact us with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Schedule a visit!
Use the contact form to schedule a visit or give us a call at (585) 394-0965.