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United Hebrew Is a Great Place…To Be Creative!

A Q&A with Kyung Bae, Psychotherapist, ATR & Counselor For Kyung Bae, art is more than a pastime. It’s an essential therapeutic tool to nurture the emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being of older adults. A certified art therapist, Kyung found the perfect place to pursue her vocation when she started working at United Hebrew of New …

Golf Tournament Chair Reflects on His Involvement with United Hebrew

United Hebrew to Honor Long-Time Supporter, Tony Nardozzi at 35th Annual Event  When Tony Nardozzi was 14 years old, he worked during his summer vacations for a neighbor who was a landscaper. He was dropped off at United Hebrew’s nursing home on Pelham Road every Wednesday, with a lawnmower and a five-gallon can of gas. During …

We’re Celebrating Our Asian American and Pacific Islander Team!

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 …

Chef Udo Dishes on Delicious New Dining Menu at United Hebrew

Eating the food we love with people we enjoy is one of life’s great pleasures. At United Hebrew, Chef Udo Schneider’s goal is for our nursing home residents to look forward to every single meal with pleasure. That’s why he’s been hard at work on developing a new menu, which recently debuted to much praise …

Why United Hebrew Is a Great Place to Work

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. …

United Hebrew Announces Memory Care Expansion

United Hebrew of New Rochelle is expanding its memory care facility in New Rochelle, Rita Mabli, president & CEO announced today. The project includes 16 new apartments to be built on the garden level at Willow Gardens – The Patricia and Malcolm H. Lazarus Pavilion, nationally recognized for its commitment to quality care. Construction is …

Smiles, Tears as Family Reunites After a Year Apart

It’s been over a year since Josefina and Edwin Catedrilla have been able to see their son, Cyril, 45. Diagnosed with COVID-19 in March 2020, Cyril, who was at risk of severe illness due to an underlying condition, was admitted to Mount Sinai Hospital. He had to be intubated and placed into an induced coma …

Our Campus is Open!

United Hebrew of New Rochelle is open! The health and safety of our residents, families, and staff is our first and highest priority. We are happy to report that the nearly 100% of residents and staff across our entire campus have received the COVID-19 vaccine. Our rising vaccination rate ensure that we have greater protection …