The Home is more than just a skilled nursing home. We are a place families rely on for peace of mind that their family member feels cared for and loved. We are a refuge for spouses who can no longer safely care for their partner. And we are a solution for those whose physical or cognitive impairments require around-the-clock medical supervision.
Throughout all levels of our organization, from dietary and housekeeping to caregivers and activities, we live by our founding principle of “Honoring our Fathers and Mothers.”
Our person-centered approach ensures that every resident has what they need to live as fulfilling a life as possible with dignity, regardless of their financial situation. We dedicate approximately half of our beds to those qualifying for Medicaid. Click here to learn more about life at The Home.
Our Nursing Staff
As a recipient of the Silver Quality Award from the American Health Care Association, our nurse supervisors and caregiving staff help each other set the standard for quality in nursing. We consistently achieve the five-star rating from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) due, in large part, to their attention to detail and emphasis on care with dignity. Additionally, more than half of our employees have been a part of The Home’s family for more than five years. This longevity and consistency helps both residents and families have peace of mind that our tradition of high quality care will continue as it has since 1951.
Our Nurse Educator
Having a dedicated Nurse Educator enables The Home to anticipate and respond quickly when training and mentoring is needed to enhance the care we provide to residents. Our Nurse Educator provides hands-on dementia care training using the CMS-recommended Hand in Hand curriculum in addition to monthly in-service classes on safety and health issues. She also provides leadership training for nurse supervisors, resulting in better overall care.
Our Recreational Therapists keep residents engaged with music, art and other programs based on their level of acuity. Each floor has its own calendar of activities. Click here to learn more.
Our Support For Families and Spouses
The Home provides multiple levels of support for families and spouses of residents including our Welcome Home program and our Spouse Support Group. Our Auxiliary also provides opportunities for families to get involved in engaging activities that are fun for the whole family.
- Floor to ceiling windows in each room
- Beautiful outdoor courtyard and gardens
- Inviting lounges and family rooms
- Telephone service and flat-screen television
- Three delicious kosher meals served in an intimate dining room
- Free public Wi-Fi throughout the building
- Gorgeous spa bathing room
- Hair salon and gift shop
- Special events and cultural programs
- Recreational and social activities throughout the day
To Learn More
Please contact us or call Shelly Eisenstadt, LCSW, Director of Social Services and Admissions, at 404.351.8414.