Welcome to Lincoln Glen -- A Caring Community for
NESTLED AMONG SIX ACRES in San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood,
Lincoln Glen Manor is dedicated to enhancing the lives of seniors by providing
four levels of care.
Conceived in 1965 by the Lincoln Glen
Church Congregation, Lincoln Glen Manor was built in 1969.
At that time, the community felt a responsibility to care
for their seniors. Thus, the concept of Lincoln Glen Manor
was instituted as a caring community for seniors adjacent to
Lincoln Glen Church. Today, Lincoln Glen Manor provides
four levels of care for seniors.
Perhaps you are a senior
citizen desiring to scale down your lifestyle from a large
family home to a cozy caring community? Or maybe you are at
the stage of life where you require a little help with daily
activities? Possibly you are in the need of daily nursing
care? Perhaps your loved one is struggling with Alzheimer's
Disease or dementia? Whatever your stage of life, Lincoln Glen Manor is the
optimum choice for enhancing the lives of seniors by
providing independent living, assisted living and skilled
New Resource Page on Lincoln Glen website
Our website continues to grow with new information for our caring community. As Lincoln Glen
seeks ways to keep in touch with our families and friends, we learn about the different needs
and problems you face. We have added a new resource page to the left hand side of the navigation
links/menu (Resources) to let you know about the many other programs and services
for seniors that exist in
Santa Clara County and beyond.
Our Activities Department constantly finds new resources and events
for residents. We have joined Furry Friends Pet Assisted Therapy Service, bringing the healing power of animals to those less fortunate
in our community. The Furry Friends mission is to consistently facilitate delivery of the love and
affection of our volunteers and their pets. We enhance the lives and touch the hearts of people
with special needs. Furry Friends is a California non-profit organization.
Another new addition to the Resource page is a document "Losing a
Spouse or Parent." "When you lose a loved one, you might face the overwhelming responsibility of
closing out the person's life. There are many things to attend to, from providing a proper tribute
to closing bank accounts to canceling a gym membership. And many of the tasks require attention to
detail — adding stress to what is already an emotional time."
New Ways to Volunteer at Lincoln Glen
Lincoln Glen Activities Department introduces a
new program for our volunteers.
offer many special events to residents each year. Now, it's easier
than ever to volunteer. We've joined iVolunteer Online, a new
service that lets you sign up for the job of your choice. The
iVolunteer Online program lists upcoming Lincoln Glen activities,
lets you select a volunteer job, and sends a confirmation email to
you and to our Activities department. It's easy and we believe it
will help you connect with us and keep us connected with you, as
We have added the iVolunteer Online link to the
Volunteer web page here
on our website. On the volunteer page please click on the
iVolunteer Online link and you will find a
list of events that need your support. At the iVolunteer
Online-Lincoln Glen page you may select the volunteer jobs you would
like. Once you've selected an event and a job, you'll receive a
NOTE: Before using the new program, all our
volunteers complete Orientation and the application process. Thanks
Videos that Showcase the Lincoln Glen Community of Care
Residents of the Lincoln Glen Community find so much to do,
enjoy and staff who care deeply.
Please click on the links below to watch videos that explain the Lincoln Glen Community :
These videos may take a minute before they start.