Featured Leader: John Cruz, Director, Geriatrics Career Development Program
The New Jewish Home Leads The Next Generation of Health Care Professionals
This spring, 77 New York City high school students graduated from The New Jewish Home’s Geriatrics Career Development (GCD) program and are on their way to becoming the next generation of health care professionals. The graduation took place at Lehman College in the Bronx.
Dr. Jeffrey Farber on Ageism
The New Jewish Home Combats Ageism
It’s easy to look back and recognize fads or social issues decades after the fact. It’s harder to identify them in the moment. Maybe that’s why we’re not grasping an issue we’re struggling with today: the widespread marginalization of older people in American society. Ageism.
Help Older Adults Age Safely
Help Older Adults Age Safely in Their Home. Donate from the Comfort of Your Home.
The relationship between The New Jewish Home and our generous donors is sacred. When you donate, your charitable support is helping change the lives of more than 10,000 older adults who benefit from our care every year regardless of their ability to pay.
The New Jewish Home supports LGBT+ community at NYC Pride March
The New Jewish Home at The NYC Pride March
The New Jewish Home’s participation in the NYC Pride March is not only a festive celebration of the LGBT+ community, it also speaks to our core value of embracing diversity to create a welcoming home for all.
Centenarian Celebration at Kittay Senior Apartments
HAPPY 100TH BIRTHDAY – 14 TIMES OVER AT THE KITTAY SENIOR APARTMENTS!
The New Jewish Home Hosts the Birthday Bash of the Century at Kittay Senior Aprtments, Celebrating the Lives of 14 New Yorkers Who Turn 100+ this Year
(THE BRONX, NY – June 26, 2019) Together, these 14 special New Yorkers have lived more than 1,416 years. And, today, they celebrated turning 100 or older this year at the birthday bash of the century hosted by The New Jewish Home at The Kittay Senior Aprtments, a comprehensive, mission-driven health care system serving older New Yorkers since 1848.
Sarah Neuman’s 20th Annual Stein Lecture on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
“Dementia Reimagined”: A Lecture by Dr. Tia Powell
Westchester residents brave thunderstorms to attend The New Jewish Home’s 20th Annual Stein Lecture on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
By Clare Kelly, Neighbor
June 3, 2019, 2:42 PM ET
On Thursday, May 30, almost 100 Westchester residents braved the rain, wind and severe thunderstorms to attend The New Jewish Home’s 20th Annual Stein Lecture on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease at the Sarah Neuman Campus in Mamaroneck. The New Jewish Home is a comprehensive, mission-driven healthcare system serving older New Yorkers since 1848.
Seder in the News
Festival of Passover Honored at The New Jewish Home
The New Jewish Home, Manhattan, hosted a Seder for residents to honor the first night of the festival of Passover. As one of our well-attended and anticipated events, I’m pleased to share that this year, our Passover Seder reached a much broader audience. Three major TV news outlets featured the event (NBC 4, ABC 7 and Fox 5), as well as WPIX 11 and NTDTV (New Tang Dynasty Television).
Dominga Marquez: New Yorker of the Week from The New Jewish Home Senior Housing in Manhattan
Dominga Marquez: Knitting Hobbyist from The New Jewish Home Senior Housing Helps Others Despite Setback
By Pat Kiernan
Published 7:18 AM ET MAR. 04, 2019
Things don’t come as easily as they once did for Dominga Marquez. The 76-year-old suffered a stroke four years ago – she collapsed on her way to church.
“I didn’t know what was happening, where I was, and then I was very scared,” Marquez recalled.