Spotlight of the month (2)

We hope you had a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Since the holiday with it’s delicious food has passed we suggest you digest these fun facts about Thanksgiving:

  1. Benjamin Franklin wanted the turkey to be the national bird, not the eagle.
  2. The National Turkey Foundation estimated that 88 percent of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving, and that 46 million turkeys are consumed.
  3. Black Friday is the busiest day of the year for plumbers, according to Roto-Rooter.

In the spirit of the season, The Allure Group’s Harlem Center worked with the Salvation Army to sponsor a Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 23. A huge thank you to everyone who participated! It was a delicious meal spent in good company.

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(Photographed above: Residents; Rudolph Slade, Israel Santiago and Alfredo Brandbelt. Recreation staff Elizabeth Grunitzky, & Recreation Director Aisha Kingsberry. Head of Salvation Army Harlem Lieutenant Chaka Watch, Admissions Director Felicia Legier, Regional Marketing Manager Caron Williams  and CMO Matt Fenley.)

The Allure Group is also joining with the Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn to raise money to buy holiday presents for children in need. Their overall fundraising goal is $40,000 and The Allure Group plans to contribute a large amount in support of the cause.

congrats to bedford centers Esther Maleh on her engagement!

Our Dietician at Bedford Center, Esther Maleh, got engaged at our Bedford Center facility over the weekend. Her fiancé, Louis Krieger, surprised her at the facility and popped the question on site! A huge congrats to Esther and her new fiancé!!

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Melissa Powell Interviewed on 77WABC’S “Mind Your Business”

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‘Mind Your Business’ airs every Sunday and it is about leaders in healthcare and how they got into their position. Guests share personal stories about how and what to do to succeed in their industry and the business they are in. Melissa’s interview aired Sunday November 26th and is now available via podcast on iTunes! You should also keep an eye out in the “Featured Guest” section on https://www.mybradio.com/

An Allure-ing taste

A tasting of the fall/winter menu was held in the Harlem Center on Oct. 27. Thank you to Pinnacle Dietary for coming to show our Residents & Staff the upcoming fall/winter menu in conjunction with Allure Breast Cancer Awareness. Randy, Deborah, & the Dietary Staff did an amazing job! It was a well planned and well executed event. We are looking forward to launching these new menu items across all of our centers!

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Thank You To Our Veterans

From all of us at The Allure Group, we wanted to reach out and say thank you to all of our veterans! We are honored to have you across our various centers. Thanks for everything that you’ve done for us!

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Service + Emotional Support Animals

Service and emotional support animals are becoming more of a common sight at Allure’s facilities, helping residents go about their days.

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Service animals are defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act as dogs individually trained to do work or perform tasks for someone with a disability. An emotional support animal (typically a dog or cat) is an animal that provides comfort and support in the form of companionship for an individual suffering from depression, anxiety or some related condition.

There are 387,000 service dogs in the United States, according to Service Dog Central. It is much more difficult to ascertain how many emotional support animals there might be, but what is known is that these animals have great value to those in need.

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How High-Tech Rehab Products Assist the Elderly

The world of robotics is permeating many areas of modern life. Now, the healthcare industry is adopting robotic systems to manage several processes more efficiently. Machines can now serve as hospital helpers to do everything from moving medical waste to delivering meals. We’re starting to see several more healthcare applications of robotics in the healthcare industry which can help older patients at rehabilitation centers. In fact, the latest research shows the global rehabilitation robots market is expected to grow at a steady rate of 25% through 2020.

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