Our award-winning nonprofit is expanding its leadership team with the appointment of Serena Foy as director of human resources and Deloris Herry as administrator of home care. “With exceptional staff like Deloris and Serena on our team, Westchester families can continue to expect the best possible care for their loved ones on our campus and… Continue reading Leadership Team Expands at United Hebrew
Sylvia Sabat, née Epstein, came of age during the Roaring 20s. She lived with her parents and two sisters on Houston Street, in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, then a teeming, bustling magnet for immigrants. She and her sisters loved being out and about. They frequented her family-owned grocery store, located on St. Marks Place.… Continue reading ‘Never Leave Home Without Lipstick’ Says This 105-Year-Old
May marks Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage month, observed annually in the U.S. to highlight the contributions that Americans of Asian and Pacific Island heritage have made to American history, culture, and society. At United Hebrew of New Rochelle, we’re celebrating the contributions of our AAPI staff who have worked tirelessly on the… Continue reading We’re Celebrating Our Asian American and Pacific Islander Team!
Good nutrition is important, no matter your age or stage in life. But as we age, life and physiological changes alter what we need to do to stay healthy. We might need fewer calories, or more protein in our diets. And we may need assistance in making nutritious food for ourselves. Many older adults may… Continue reading Feeding Westchester and United Hebrew Pilot Prepared Meal Program for Seniors
If you ask staff at United Hebrew of New Rochelle to name one thing they love about working on the senior care campus, you may get a puzzled look. “Just one thing? That’s hard to do — I can think of several,” says Gilbert Yutuc, a cook at Willow Towers Assisted Living. “It’s the people.… Continue reading Why United Hebrew Is a Great Place to Work
New Covid cases among nursing home residents have declined 82 percent since December, far outpacing the general population, bringing new optimism to our community.
Elizabeth Berolatti loved working at United Hebrew in the 1970s. After her recent stay as a patient, she says the high quality of care has remained the same.
For Adele Levy Gore, a former working artist diagnosed with early onset dementia, painting helps her connect to her previous life and keep her passions alive.
Few people have left a legacy at United Hebrew like Michael Rozen. He was one of our greatest champions and he dedicated countless volunteer hours to further our mission. He helped make possible access to expert and compassionate care for thousands of people, no matter their age or stage in life. When we lost Michael last year, we lost a principled leader and a treasured friend.