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Elderly man and woman celebrating the holidays in Santa hats in front of the Christmas tree.

United Hebrew Holidays: Celebrating the Spirit of the Season

Twinkling lights, joyful voices raised in song, and the aroma of traditional treats are some of the signs that the holidays have arrived here at United Hebrew of New Rochelle.

This time of year is a special time for our residents and their families, and we share the holiday spirit with them in so many ways: festive concerts, holiday crafts, cooking and baking, decorating, and much more. It’s all part of the compassionate care we provide on across our entire campus. As 2016 draws to a close, we have much to be grateful for: wonderful residents, talented staff, and a beautiful campus where we are celebrating the spirit of the season with our United Hebrew family.

Enjoy these snapshots of some our holiday festivities!

nursing home holiday
Diane Quinn, art therapist
dementia holidays
Celeste Belletti, musician and entertainer performing for our Nightingale Unit, with resident Ms. Cuffey and Diane Quinn.
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Jerrye Lee, recreation therapist with resident Wilburt Fuller, and Samuel Mazique, nurse


Entertainer Bob Coleman and Margaret Haze, nurse.
Heather Lena, recreation therapist, entertainer Bob Coleman and Margaret Haze, nurse.
Left: Santa (Logan Mensch) with resident, Anthony Nardozzi; Right: Linda Erman-Strober, art therapist
Left: Santa (Logan Mensch) with resident, Anthony Nardozzi; Right: Linda Erman-Strober, art therapist
Christmas nursing home
Left: Patrick Nelson, Brigita Avgustini and Logan Mensch; Right: Minnie McConnell, Logan Mensch
Assisted living holidays
Willow Towers residents enjoying decorating the tree and visiting with friends.


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The Poperatics led a sing-a-long at the Willow Towers holiday party.

Christmas at assisted living.

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Willow Towers Assisted Living residents enjoyed trimming their tree.