Raves about our care…
My mom came to Sarah Neuman a few weeks ago and you can understand the anxiety we anticipated. Thank goodness for your Nurse Supervisor, who put our transition at ease. She is highly compassionate, caring and so understanding to our needs that she is able to read our thoughts before we address them. She treats us with such dignity and kindness at all times. We could not have made this any easier for my mom and family without her unique guidance.
I would just like to say thank you for the updates during the recent snow storm. It was very comforting to know that everyone was OK. My mother is in the Frank Building and I would like to take this opportunity to tell you about how caring the staff is. My mother is 94 and these last years have not been easy for us – thank you for what you do.
I moved from Minnesota to New York for a year to find my dad a semi-independent living facility where he would get the care he needed. There were several things that were important to me: First, he needed to feel comfortable and at home. Second, I needed to know that he would be taken care of, and finally, I needed a place where I would not have to move him again if his condition worsened…
I am very pleased with the care and attention he has received at Kittay and after 6 years, I am convinced more than ever that my decision was the correct one.
Thank you! My mother continues to improve at The Jewish Home. I smile every time I walk into the building. My mother is getting excellent care. So grateful she is there.
Hi, I just want to commend your staff for taking such wonderful care of my father during his stay at your facility.. Each and every one of your staff went above and beyond their call of duty. They were kind, compassionate and considered towards my father. The gentleman who cleaned my dad’s room was simply the most kind human being that I have ever come across. He would finish his shift and then come visit with my dad and that made my fathers’ day… All the nurses and aides went above and beyond!
We would like to take this opportunity to inform you of how appreciative we are for the superior care our dad and husband, Robert, has been receiving during his rehabilitation at Sara Neuman. Your staff consistently displays professionalism and dedication. We would like to personally thank the staff for making an extremely difficult situation our family was suddenly faced with a lot easier to manage.
We’re All Over New York
With three eldercare campuses in and around New York City, and at-home services available across the area,
we’re here to help you #AgeLikeANewYorker.
The New Jewish Home, located on the Upper West Side, provides you with long-term nursing home care, adult day programs and specialized post-acute rehabilitation in partnership with some of NY’s top hospitals.
At Sarah Neuman in Mamaroneck, we offer you exceptional post-acute rehabilitation and long-term nursing home care including the innovative Small House model for a more family-like setting, all on one campus for elders.
You can have the joy of New York independent living within a lively community of your peers, but also the security of having healthcare professionals on the premises and easy access to supportive services.
Care at Home
Stay home while we help you regain independence after surgery or illness, or bring in our home health aides. Accredited in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island and Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester and Rockland Counties.
The Research Institute on Aging, the research arm of The New Jewish Home, ended 2016 having secured the publication of a dozen articles in leading medical and geriatric journals. The New Jewish Home is one of only a handful of nonprofit geriatric healthcare systems in the country to have its own research division. Learn More
The New Jewish Home welcomes Michael Luskin, a partner at the New York law firm of Luskin, Stern & Eisler LLP, as our new board chair. We are also pleased to announce the addition of Gabriel H. Brandeis, MD, CMD, as our Senior Director of Medicine. Brandeis was previously nursing home medical director for Boston University Geriatric Services.
The New Jewish Home is partnering with ReServe, a nonprofit that matches professionals 55 and older with organizations that can benefit from their expertise, to provide dementia care navigation services to rehabilitation patients as they prepare for discharge from Jewish Home. Each patient or designated family member also gets a check-in call from the patient’s navigator at least once a week as well as two home visits during the first three months after returning home. Learn More
Small Houses : Big Changes
You might not have noticed, but there’s a revolution in elder care going on. Some people call them Green Houses, some people call them Small Houses. The folks here just call them home, and rave about the stronger sense of community and family they feel. Learn more.