—Rabbi Jonathan Malamy, Director of Meaningful Life for the Manhattan Campus
Good morning Jewish Home.
Today is Wednesday, the first of April.
I wish we could say that coronavirus was just one big April Fool’s Joke, but we know as well as anyone it’s very serious.Read More
As seen in lohud. (part of the USA TODAY network): “Dr. Jeffrey Farber, president and CEO of the New Jewish Home, a health system that includes a nursing home in Mamaroneck, Westchester County, as well as other elderly care facilities in Manhattan, said the COVID-19 preparations have been steadily ramped up since February. Read More
JANUARY 24, 2020
Learn about the LeadingAge Catalyst for January 2020: The Geriatrics Career Development Initiative at The New Jewish Home, New York, NY.
Earlier this year, the New York State Health Department announced it would pursue a change in Medicaid reimbursements that would effectively cut nearly a quarter billion dollars in funding to hundreds of nonprofit nursing homes. As a mission-focused provider that has been proudly serving the community since 1848, we faced a choice: stand up to these cuts and fight for thousands of nursing home residents in New York State, or do nothing and jeopardize the quality of care they depend on. We chose to fight.Read More
By Rabbi Jonathan Malamy, Director of Spiritual Care and Religious Life
“Are you ready to die?”
It was a simple but jarring question and one that the seminarian was really not prepared for. As he sat with a terminal patient near the koi pond on our Manhattan campus, he knew he needed to answer. But how? The student quickly replied that in his religious tradition, he was taught to live every day as if it were his last.Read More
Making the right decisions when it comes to you or your loved one’s health care can be challenging. Managing doctor appointments, medication, and nutrition staying on top of bills and dealing with insurance providers is often overwhelming for older adults. The New Jewish Home, Solutions At Home® in-home care is a program that helps you or your loved one navigate health care resources and maintain the best quality of life.Read More
Nearly 50 New York City high school and college students successfully completed the NYC Summer Youth Employment Program hosted by The New Jewish Home on our Manhattan campus. The number marked an all-time high for participation in the program designed to engage career-oriented youth with paid internships each summer.