The New Jewish Home’s Director of Speech-Language and Swallowing Disorders Fae Boczko, MS,CCC-SLP,BCS-S, shares in McKnight’s how the interdisciplinary teams at our Manhattan facility worked together to successfully implement the International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI) to benefit our patients and residents with swallowing disorders. Take a look: Ambiguous terms lead to risk: The importance of IDDSI implementation – Guest columns – McKnight’s Long-Term Care News (mcknights.com)
Contact us at (212) 870-4715 or ManhattanSNF@JewishHome.org for more information about our Manhattan programs, or to schedule a tour.
We invite you to learn more about what makes our post-acute rehabilitation at our Manhattan skilled nursing facility so exceptional at helping patients get well and go home. Recently reaccredited by the Joint Commission in heart failure, we were the first in New York State to receive this distinction. In addition to partnering with leading hospital systems to operate our specialized programs, we earned the highest possible assessment in 2021 by U.S. News & World Report for short-term rehabilitation. Hear from our dedicated team, who will expertly guide you or your loved one through the recovery journey after a hospital stay.
Contact us at (212) 870-4715 or ManhattanSNF@JewishHome.org for more information about our Manhattan post-acute rehabilitation program, or to schedule a tour.
A Conversation with Dr. Shivani Chopra, NYU Langone Health Geriatrician at The New Jewish Home’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
Our Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, offered in partnership with NYU Langone Health, provides specialized in-patient rehabilitation, exercise therapy and support for older adults recovering from a cardiac episode or surgery.Read More
Many essential components comprise an outstanding short-term rehabilitation program. Topnotch medical staff, advanced therapy regimens and carefully supervised nutrition, of course. But what about hospitality?Read More