For more information about this campaign, call 415.406.1107. Naming and tribute opportunities are available.
Rehabilitation therapy plays a major role in helping the elderly avoid falling, a serious threat to their well-being. Two of the three key risk factors that contribute to bad falls – poor balance and muscle weakness – can be addressed through rehabilitation by enhancing physical strength, improving balance, and promoting flexibility. Rehabilitation does so much to assist our community’s frail elderly, maximizing their potential to live as independently and fully as possible.
The Jewish Home has launched a $2 million renovation campaign to effectively accommodate the breadth of rehabilitation services necessary to serve our long-term residents and to support our growing number of short-term patients recover from surgery or an acute illness.
This campaign will enable us to renovate our rehabilitation center to increase space and efficiency, and allow us to offer services and programs that are not available in other Bay Area rehabilitation facilities. Enlarging the size of the center by approximately 3,500 square feet will enable the Home to increase the number of people – residents and short-term patients – who will benefit from using the new rehabilitation center by 200 percent over the next five years, positioning the Home as a world-class leader in rehabilitative care.
Your support of our rehabilitation campaign will greatly increase the Jewish Home’s rehabilitation capacity, and the capacity and ability of our residents and patients. At every step of the way, community support has made the Jewish Home the center of excellence it is today.