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Expanding Its Reach: SkillSpring Program Extended to Competing Nursing Homes After 17 Years of Success

The SkillSpring program, initiated in 2006 by The New Jewish Home in New York to address workforce shortages in long-term care, is expanding its reach to assist in-state competitors. Originally designed to offer a career path in nursing for financially insecure young adults, the program has successfully expanded to other facilities in the state, including a recent pilot program at the Isabella Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care in Washington Heights. This pilot program graduated 14 students who are expected to pursue careers as certified nursing assistants. By the start of 2023, over 150 SkillSpring alumni had been hired, with more than 90% either employed or pursuing higher education.

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In-Home Safety & Wellness: Adapting Your NYC Living Space As You Age

For older adults and seniors living in New York City, aging in place can offer independence and a sense of connection. In this blog, we explain how New Yorkers can adapt their living space as they age to ensure safety, wellness, and the freedom to continue thriving in the communities they call home.

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How Adult Day Health Care Programs Enrich the Lives of Seniors

Benefits of Adult Day Health Care for Seniors 

Growing older comes with its own set of challenges and concerns, both for the individual and their loved ones. Yet, there’s a valuable, often overlooked resource that can significantly enhance lives —adult day health care programs.

Our specialists and therapists explain the benefits of adult day health care programs and how they can contribute to enriched lives and ones wellness.

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Age-Friendly Neighborhoods in NYC

Living in NYC comes with opportunities, adventure, and excitement, no matter your age. However, certain neighborhoods are better suited to help older adults and seniors lead an active and independent lifestyle. In this blog, we will share key factors that make a neighborhood “age-friendly,” highlighting communities in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and the Bronx that live up to this standard.

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