Jewish Home Lifecare provides heathcare services and assistance for elders. Recognizing each person as a unique individual, our care supports independence and respects human dignity. With over 160 years of experience as a not-for-profit elder care system, Jewish Home Lifecare continues to serve New Yorkers one person at a time.
Jewish Home Lifecare provides services on campuses in the Bronx, Manhattan and Westchester and to elders in their homes throughout the New York area. Contact our Connections refferal service to see what Jewish Home Lifecare programs is right for you or someone you care for.
Skilled nursing facilities or nursing homes are live-in facilities that provide medical and personal care for elders who are no longer able to care for themselves.
Our Short Stay rehabilitation programs (sometimes called subacute care) are designed to help you make the quickest, most effective transition back home.
Jewish Home Lifecare understands the importance for elders of having a safe, comfortable environment in which to live, with easy access to healthcare services when they are needed.
Our Home Health Care program gives each and every person we serve the right combination of health and wellness support in the comfort and independence of their own home.
- Substance Abuse Program on New York 1 News - Elderly alcohol and substance abuse is one of the fastest growing, but rarely talked about health problems in this country. NY1’s health and medicine reporter Erin Billups visited Jewish Home’s groundbreaking Geriatric Substance Abuse Program on March 10, and talked to Program Director, Steve Wollman. See the Geriatric Substance Abuse program on NY1 News here... [Read More]
- Geriatric Substance Abuse Recovery Program - 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 will be the United States’ first nursing home-based in-patient substance abuse program. It is designed for older New Yorkers (60+) with substance abuse issues who need short... [Read More]
- 9 Warning Signs for Deteriorating Eye Health - About Low Vision Low vision is visual impairment not correctable by standard glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery, that interferes with a person’s ability to perform everyday activities. The leading causes of low vision are age-related diseases – macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts. Age-related macular degeneration accounts for almost 45 percent of all... [Read More]
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