At some point, there will come a time when a loved one can no longer care for themselves. Dad may have suffered a stroke or a fall, or he may simply be getting older, and, over time, his frailty may result in chronic and debilitating physical or cognitive decline. At this point, families need to… Continue reading How to Pay for Long-Term Care
The holiday season is a time when many families travel near and far to be together, catch up, and celebrate. As a primary caregiver, taking stock after the holiday season to note comments and observations from friends and family members who don’t regularly see aging relatives is a good practice. “When providing day-to-day care to… Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions: An Ideal Opportunity to Reassess Mom and Dad’s Care Needs
Chances are, someone you know is aging and requires some supportive care. And if not now, maybe soon: about seven in 10 people turning age 65 today will need some type of long-term care services and supports in their later years—in their home, in the community, or in a residential facility, according to the federal… Continue reading How Much Care Does Your Loved One Need? Planning Ahead is Key.￼
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?
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.
We marked a significant milestone in the fight against the devastating coronavirus pandemic as we administered the first COVID-19 vaccines to our nursing home residents and staff.
United Hebrew is participating in Project ECHO, an innovative pilot program to help nursing home administrators and frontline staff combat the spread of COVID-19.
The CMS five-star rating is the latest in a series of accolades United Hebrew has received locally, regionally and nationally for its patient-centered care.