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Hebrew Home

The Hebrew Home at Riverdale is an internationally recognized non-profit geriatric care organization offering a full continuum of senior care ranging from modern apartments for independent seniors to the most intense level of nursing care. The Hebrew Home serves more than 10,000 older adults in greater New York.

Since its founding in 1917, the Hebrew Home at Riverdale has grown to include a long-term residential elder care facility located on 32-acres along the Hudson River, a senior housing community with both luxury independent living apartments and assisted living, and ElderServe, the community services division. ElderServe offers a full spectrum of in-home geriatric care and supportive services for people living at home. In addition, in 2005 the Hebrew Home opened The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention, providing the nation’s first shelter for victims of elder abuse in the community.

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by Daniel Reingold
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Flu Fighter

Ebola may have made headlines this past year, but the flu is the real health threat this winter. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the peak flu season is between December and February, with an estimated 5-20% of the population getting the flu. Tens of thousands of people die each year from this disease, with the very young and adults ages 65+ at greatest risk.

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Ebola may have made headlines this past year, but the flu is the real health threat this winter. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the peak flu season is between December and February, with an estimated 5-20% of the population getting the flu. Tens of thousands of people die each year from this disease, with the very young and adults ages 65+ at greatest risk.

Being a Good Neighbor:
The Weinbert Center Recognizes World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

by Malya Levin

Ebola may have made headlines this past year, but the flu is the real health threat this winter.