Specialized Units

The Jewish Home is proud to be a leader in the field of gerontology and on meeting the special needs of older adults.

Birds-eye View of atrium in Friedman pavilion

Comprehensive short-term and rehabilitation services are offered in a warm, modern setting.

Our Dementia Care Program is generously supported by a grant from the Newhouse Fund of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.

Short-term and Rehabilitation Services

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The short-term and rehabilitation services (STARS) unit caters to seniors of all races, ethnicities, and religious backgrounds seeking specialized medical and rehabilitation services, usually following an acute illness, and with the goal of returning to the general community.

Short-term care residents enjoy the same high standards of interdisciplinary care and services available on all units of the Jewish Home.

Length of stay generally ranges from one to eight weeks, and is based on the physician’s determination of medical need.

Acute Geriatric Psychiatry Hospital

Our 12-bed licensed acute geriatric psychiatry hospital serves older individuals who voluntarily seek assistance for their acute psychiatric diagnosis. We are also licensed to admit persons on an involuntary basis. Admission is open to the general community as well as to the Home's residents. It is not limited by religious or cultural affiliation.

Our diagnostic and treatment services emphasize socialization, reality orientation, and independence.

Patients benefit from one-to-one interaction with geriatric specialists, psychiatric nurses, licensed social worker, recreation therapist, and recreation coordinator.

All rooms are private and tailored to suit patients' individual needs, comfort and safety.

Alzheimer's Garden Unit
Dedicated by the Mark Ross Foundation

Mark Ross Garden Unit is a specialized care unit for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and related illnesses. The unit is housed on a secure, code-accessed floor. An adjoining enclosed patio, complete with trees, flowers and seating, allows for outdoor activities.

The staff’s mandate is to provide a safe, empathetic, stimulating environment, and a program of activities designed to meet the challenges of persons living with Alzheimer’s disease.

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