How Can We Help?
Have you or your loved one been struggling with:
- Getting through the normal activities of the day (i.e. getting dressed, managing meals, bathing, managing medications) but with more and more difficulty.
- Increased falls or balance issues.
- Changes in your memory that make normal tasks difficult or unsafe.
- Feeling more lonely and isolated.
- Fear and anxiety about your safety and wellbeing.
- Feeling that the support you have in place just is not enough.
The Jewish Healthcare Center is dedicated to ensuring our residents function at their highest level regardless of physical or mental abilities. Family members are invited to the interdisciplinary team meetings to discuss loved ones’ plan for care.
At The Jewish Healthcare Center, the Long-Term Care Resident accommodations and amenities include:
- Private and Semi-private rooms with furnishings
- Restorative exercise program, as well as access to occupational therapist, physical therapist, speech therapist, social worker, and dietician
- Recreation therapy department that provides individualized and group activities
- Auditorium for special events, parties, entertainment, family gatherings
- Select meal options in a restaurant-like setting
- Three healthy, delicious, Kosher meals served daily
- Hair Salon staffed with two licensed hairdressers
- Cozy sitting areas
- Access to outside gardens
- Free Wi-Fi, cable TV
- Ancillary services are available for eye care, podiatry care and audiological needs
Specialized Programs include:
- Dementia/memory care support
- Namaste Program
- Restorative Nursing Program in order to maintain functionality
Some of the main factors that may impact the decision for placement include:
- High risk for falls
- Increasing resistance to care
- Failing health of the primary caregiver
- Behavioral issues
Does one have to be Jewish to utilize the services of the Jewish Healthcare Center?
The Jewish Healthcare Center is proud to provide care to all, regardless of race, religion or cultural identity.
Can I eat non-Kosher food even though the dining areas are Kosher?
Residents are welcome to eat non-Kosher food in the comfort of their own rooms. Because the dining areas are Kosher, non-Kosher dining is only permitted in one’s private room and in designated community areas.
How are religious needs addressed?
We ask what the resident would like to fulfill his or her spiritual needs. Our campus has a full-time Chaplain who leads a weekly discussion group, a variety of religious services, and provides private pastoral support as desired. Catholic services, mass and communion are also provided.
What belongings can a resident bring?
We encourage our residents to bring essentials, mementos, clothing, pictures, decorations and small items to personalize their room. Furniture and amenities provided to each resident in their room includes a bed, closet, dresser, chair, and bedside table.
Can a resident bring a TV?
Residents bring in their own television sets for personal use.
What about a telephone?
There is a minimal monthly charge of $10.00 on the Long-Term Care Units.
Who will be my loved one’s doctor?
Physician services are provided by our in-house Medical Director unless the resident has a Primary Care Provider who is a credentialed physician at Jewish Healthcare Center and agreeable to follow your loved one. Nurse practitioners are available to assess and treat residents under a physician’s supervision.
What about end of life care?
The Jewish Healthcare Center is affiliated with JHC Hospice, a compassionate team of end-of-life specialists that offer guidance and support to both residents and families electing hospice care.