Happy 106th Birthday Mercedes!

September 20, 2016

On Tuesday, September 20th 2016, one of our residents at Triboro Center (formerly known as Daughters of Jacob,) celebrated her 106th birhtday party!

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Pet Ownership Improves Senior Citizens' Quality of Life

September 14, 2016

Ask any pet owner and they will tell you that a pet is more than just an animal that lives in your house. A pet is a cherished family member. And for senior citizens, especially those that have physical or mental disabilities, pets can be a lifesaver.

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Happy 101st Birthday Marion!

September 13, 2016

We threw a very special birthday party for Marion, one of our favorite residents at Northern Manor who celebrated her 101st birthday.

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Show Your Grandparents Some Love on Grandparents Day!

September 9, 2016

Grandparents are awesome. Every one of them has a unique story about how they were raised and how they raised your parents. And every one of them has valuable life lessons to share, ranging from shiny nuggets of wisdom about love, life, and family. This Sunday is a very special day dedicated to grandparents, so you have a chance to show them how much you care.

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Medicare Certifies Richmond Center As A 4-Star Facility

September 8, 2016

Richmond Center for Rehabilitation and Specialty Health Care, a 300-bed facility that joined the Centers Health Care family only four years ago, has earned an overall 4-star facility rating by Medicare in their comparison of more than 15,000 Medicare- and Medicaid-participating nursing homes

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4 Little Ways Seniors Can Save Their Backs from Pain

September 6, 2016

Back pain is one of the most common afflictions we will ever face in our lives. In fact, back pain is so common in America that approximately one in four adults will have at least one day of back pain in any three-month period. Most instances aren’t serious and the back pain will go away naturally. But there are very simple things seniors can do to avoid the back pain altogether. Here are 4 simple things seniors can do to minimize back pain:

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An Alzheimer's Free Brain is an Active Brain

September 1, 2016

Many studies have shown that regular mental stimulation can lower your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life. Your brain is the most powerful organ in your body. Keeping it active will protect it from the damage Alzheimer’s can wreak on it.

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