Our Bronx campus is centered on a beautiful green garden space, and offers everything that New York elders need; it’s a complete spectrum of elder care services.
For a short-term post-hospitalization stay for post-acute rehabilitation so you can get well and go home, our Special Therapy Centers are a regional destination. Our long-term skilled nursing residence offers 24-hour care by an experienced and caring full-time staff. If you live at home but need a little support, go for our engaging Adult Day care; we offer both social programs and programs for elders with chronic health conditions. And if you’re looking for a great place to live with both independence and support, our elder housing options offer the best of both worlds: the privacy of your own New York apartment, with easy access to healthcare and services when you need them.
The staff here really cares. They encouraged me to push myself, stay positive and make new friends.
– Alma R., Riverdale, NY
Our rehabilitation services help you feel better and get ready to successfully return home after hospitalization for surgery or illness. Post-acute care includes:
- A team that includes doctors, nurses, physical, occupational and speech therapists, and audiologists
- Rehabilitation therapies available seven days a week
- Full discharge planning for a smooth transition back home
Nursing Home Long Term Care
Long term nursing home care here is all about helping you live the best life possible in a supportive setting. Long term care includes:
- 24-hour skilled nursing in a residential setting, medical coverage by onsite staff physicians and social work staff
- Dietitians to coordinate tasty and nutritious meals, served restaurant-style in our friendly dining rooms
- Therapeutic activity programs, including art, music and exercise
- On-site pharmacy
The right senior apartment is not just a place for New York elders to live; it’s a place to connect and thrive. Our senior housing in five great buildings — Kittay House, Riverdale House, the Kenneth Gladstone Building, University Avenue Assisted Living, and Weinberg Gardens — is built with the belief that community is better. You get a safe, comfortable home, with easy access to healthcare services when they are needed. Much of our housing is subsidized, and is some of the best housing value for elders.
Live independently, while receiving support you can’t get while living on your own: three healthy meals a day and access to a variety of supportive services to assist with your care and personal needs. All that, plus a community of friends and peers right in your building, with shops and services conveniently close. Learn more about these senior housing programs.
Adult Day Programs
Our Adult Day care is a great option if you live at home and need a little support. We offer both social programs and programs for elders with chronic health conditions. Adult Day programs include assistance with personal care, meals and a wide range of activities and therapeutic programs, and clinical services are available. Learn more about our Adult Day programs.
100 West Kingsbridge Road
Bronx, New York 10468
Phone: (718) 410-1500
Tours and Admissions:
Tours are available 7 days a week. Please contact us to set one up.
Phone: (718) 410-1330
Administrator: (718) 410-1526
Social Work office: (718) 410-1251
Nursing Department: (718) 410-1200
Medical Department: (718) 410-1243
Accounts/Business: (718) 410-1598
Bronx Home Care: (718) 367-1125
Adult Day Program: (718) 410-1220
Questions regarding a resident: (718) 410-1249
2550 Webb Avenue, Bronx, NY
(718) 410-1441 or email
6477 Broadway, Riverdale, NY
(800) 544-0304 or email
Kenneth Gladstone Building
2620 University Avenue, Bronx, NY
(800) 544-0304 or email
University Avenue Assisted Living
2553 University Avenue, Bronx, NY
(347) 418-4270 or email
2552 Webb Avenue, Bronx, NY
(800) 544-0304 or email
Now there’s an option for older New Yorkers who need medical rehabilitation and have issues with alcohol or prescription drug use. The Jewish Home Geriatric Substance Abuse Recovery Program is the first nursing home-based in-patient substance abuse program in the United States. It is designed for older New Yorkers (60+) with substance abuse issues who need short term, post acute medical rehabilitation. ►
The Saul Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia unit is acclaimed for its unique approach to caring. It is a secure, comforting, nonthreatening residence that provides a familiar frame of reference, lessens confusion and offers freedom to move in an unrestricted space. Along with its specially-trained staff, it is truly a supportive and nurturing environment that promotes each patient’s capabilities to the fullest extent, and minimizes the stresses that can aggravate symptoms. ►