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The Secret to a Long Life? Fun and Friends, Says United Hebrew Resident

Meet 96-year-old Addie Gassman, who says staying busy and getting involved is the key to a long and happy life.

United Hebrew Technology Director Honored by LeadingAge NY

The award recognizes the extraordinary dedication of staffs who have positively affected their organizations.

At Willow Towers Assisted Living, Seniors Go ‘Back to School’

Lifelong learning helps build social connections and ward off isolation, which helps our seniors maintain their mental fitness and overall well-being.

Willow Towers Assisted Living Honors 30 of Its U.S. Military Veterans on Flag Day

A tight-knit community of veterans call Willow Towers home.

United Hebrew to Honor Three at Gala Fundraiser

William M. Mooney, Jr., and Michael Rosenblum will accept leadership honors; Malcolm Lazarus will receive United Hebrew’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

United Hebrew’s Home Health Agency Rated Among the Best in Nation, Highest in Westchester

United Hebrew’s home health care agency has been rated in the top 12 percent in the nation, and the highest-rated home health agency in Westchester.

Seniors and Students Benefit from Exchange of Culture and Caring

Team of volunteers putting hands together

United Hebrew works with volunteers of all ages from all over Westchester County; recently, our skilled nursing facility received help from a group of volunteers from halfway around the world.

Fresh-Faced But Seasoned, New Nursing Chief Focuses On Holistic Care

There’s a fresh face at United Hebrew’s skilled nursing facility, who makes sure that the care we provide is top notch: Jerome Bagaporo, who was recently named Chief Nursing Officer.