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Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing: Which is Right for Your Loved One?

You may be at a point in your life when you are noticing that your aging parents need a little help. You might be helping out with whatever they need – shopping, cleaning, or driving them to appointments. If you have the time, caregiving for loved ones can be incredibly rewarding. But you may be… Continue reading Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing: Which is Right for Your Loved One?

Virtual Group Provides Critical Support for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

With social distancing and other rules in play, our Alzheimer’s caregiver support group has moved to Zoom, enabling the delivery of the same resources to an even wider network of family members and caregivers.

Music Therapist Strikes a Chord with Memory Care Residents

As we adjust to our new normal, our dedicated and skilled music therapists find ways to share the healing joys of music with our residents with Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Chef Reflects on 16-Year Career at United Hebrew: ‘Going to Work is Like Coming Home’

Motivation, a strong work ethic, the support of your co-workers, and a love of cooking: These ingredients are the secret sauce behind Chef Jahmal Guinyard’s 16-year career at United Hebrew.

A Smooth Transition to Memory Care for a Sister with Dementia

Helen knew her sister’s worsening dementia required around the clock support. She was happy to learn about Willow Gardens Memory Care, which provided medical care and social support in a secure environment.

Introducing Visitors to Our New Assisted Living Virtual Tour!

Check out our new, interactive virtual tour of our Willow Towers Assisted Living facility, which showcases our beautiful grounds, inviting common areas, and spacious apartments.

While Social Distancing, Westchester Community Spreads Cheer to Seniors and Staff

The arrival of very warm and encouraging letters from the outside community has been a source of unexpected joy for our residents and staff during the pandemic.

A Heartwarming Thanks for New Rochelle’s First Responders

Whether attending to a medical emergency, responding to a fire call, or teaching seniors how to avoid scams, New Rochelle’s first responders show bravery, dedication, and sacrifice on a daily basis. We showed our appreciation.

True Colors: Seniors Find Beauty in the Artistic Process

Art therapy enhances the quality of life for many seniors in our care. For one of our assisted living residents, it also offered national recognition after her painting was selected for a national calendar.