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United Hebrew opens new wing at Willow Gardens

United Hebrew of New Rochelle, which provides a variety of services for seniors on its 7.5-acre campus, has opened a new wing at its...

For Christine Sanders, running a nursing home during a pandemic was...

“We were grateful we had great vendors who worked with us,” Sanders said.

United Hebrew golf outing raises $185K

More than 150 friends, donors and community and business leaders attended United Hebrew of New Rochelle’s 33rd Annual Golf Tournament and dinner at the Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase.

Suite Talk: Rita Mabli, president/CEO of United Hebrew of New Rochelle

United Hebrew president and CEO Rita Mabli talks about the state of the health care industry, an aging Westchester County population and moving up the ranks at the organization.

United Hebrew’s community service awards

United Hebrew of New Rochelle honored two top executives and a local artist.

Dr. Elaine Healy: Dialing back reliance on antipsychotics in ...

The fact is we have made tremendous strides in reducing the use of antipsychotic drugs in nursing homes across America.

Two appointments at United Hebrew

John Zeiss will serve as the administrator of its nursing home and Christine Sanders has stepped into the position of vice president, administration.

New board chair, new members at United Hebrew

Attorney James Staudt has been named chairman of United Hebrew of New Rochelle’s board of directors

Guitars, paint and robotic cats: Elder care looks to new therapy...

New therapy methods, from arts and music to robot companions, are becoming increasingly popular in the elder care field.

United Hebrew honors three

United Hebrew of New Rochelle on May 10 gave Community Service Awards to Mae Carpenter, John Giacobbe and Steven Zelicoff.

Boston companies plan memory care facility in New Rochelle

National Development, with EPOCH Senior Living, has proposed a 64-unit memory care facility in New Rochelle estimated to cost $15 million to $20 million.

The ROI of supporting ‘sandwich generation’ employees

Employees in the “sandwich generation,” who were once merely juggling the demands of the office with caring for their children, now have an additional responsibility: caring for their aging parents.

United Hebrew of New Rochelle opens Alzheimer’s care residence

The 51-bed facility is the first nonprofit assisted living center exclusively for people with Alzheimer's and other dementias.