United Hebrew of New Rochelle – in one of Westchester County’s earliest hard-hit communities – is seeking donations to purchase medical and other supplies, address critical staffing needs and overtime hours and connect residents with loved ones virtually during the coronavirus crisis.
To safeguard those in the facility’s care and to guard against the spread of the virus, United Hebrew is not permitting visitors to its Skilled Nursing Facility, Willow Towers Assisted Living, and Willow Gardens Memory Care until further notice. But because social connection is so important, family members are now visiting with their loved ones through Skype, FaceTime, and other technology.
For more, visit unitedhebrewgeriatric.org.
– edited by Georgette Gouveia