The Allure Group Newsletter March, April, May

MAY:

Happy Memorial Day! 🇺🇸

Hamilton Park Center celebrated Memorial Day by honoring those who have served along with some delicious food.

Allure’s Matthew Fenley at LTC 100 

Thank you to LTC 100 for inviting Allure’s Matthew Fenley to speak this year on how AI can be utilized in the long-term care space.

🩺 Nurses Week Celebrations 🥼

All of the centers did a fabulous job celebrating their nursing staff during nurse’s week in May! Nurses enjoyed a special luncheon, a spa day, and an ice cream truck. Thank you to recreation and administration for orchestrating these events, and a BIG thank you to our nurses who do an outstanding job of upholding our company’s values! We Appreciate you!

💐 Mother’s Day Celebrations 💐

Residents and staff celebrated Mother’s Day with some flowers💐, cake 🍰, custom cards 💌, manicures 💅, and a fashion show👒! 🩷

Cinco De Mayo Celebrations

Linden Center residents and staff enjoyed some Cinco De Mayo entertainment and celebrations!

Blue Carpet Farewell

Celebrating resident Celeste Davis, who had completed her rehab! Staff threw confetti, played the song of Celeste’s choice, and provided a certificate of completion along with a crown.

Happy Passover 

Pesach at King David Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation was a smashing success. So much work and so much effort was put into it by all departments, but it was well worth it. Thank you King David Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation for being such an awesome team!

MOVIE NIGHT: WAKANDA FOREVER

Residents of Harlem Center enjoyed watching Black Panther: Wakanda Forever with a pizza party and hosted a raffle for Wakanda Forever t-shirts!

NEW YORK KNICKS PLAYOFF CELEBRATION

Celebrated a New York Knicks playoff victory on a beautiful day! Now holding open try-outs at King David Center 🏀

DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY BINGO

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority visited the residents and played a fun round of Bingo!

Nursing Home Week

Staff and residents enjoy Nursing Home Week celebrations filled with lunches, ice cream, happy hour, and plenty of entertainment.

SENATOR PERSAUDS’ MOBILE EVENT

Senator Persauds stopped by Linden Center to host a mobile event.

April:

🇰🇪 Visit from Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko of the Maasai Village 🇰🇪

Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko and a fellow member of the tribe, John Kilenyi Ole Parsitau came to Harlem Center to explain about the Maasai village, culture, food and language. They showcased items and traditions from their native Kenya 🇰🇪 . John showed us how to count in Swahili and joined Chief Joseph in song, dazzling both residents and staff. We look forward to having them back at Harlem Center on their next trip to the U.S.

Culture and representation are important elements in our facilities. We are so grateful to have opportunities, like this, to share cultures and bring our residents and staff together, because Together, We Are Allure!

Blue Carpet Farewell

It is truly a special occasion at Crown Heights Center when we get to roll out the blue carpet to honor the return of our cherished residents to their own homes after their rehabilitation journey with us. Congratulations to those who are returning home! We will miss you, but we are so proud of you!

😎 ☀️ 🌑 Solar Eclipse Watch  🌑 ☀️😎

Staff and residents gathered outside to witness the solar eclipse together! 😎 ☀️ 🌑

🎂 April Birthday Celebrations at Harlem Center 🎂

Residents and staff had fun with the electric slide dance during April birthday celebrations 🎉

🌸 Happy Spring 🌸

Harlem Center residents enjoyed a tea party, the beautiful spring weather and arts and crafts activities!

Hamilton Park Center residents welcomed spring with Chinese dancers with a beautiful performance!

March:

☘️ St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations ☘️

Residents and staff wore green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with lots of smiles🌈🇮🇪
☘️ Hamilton Park residents enjoyed Chinese dancers and entertainment ☘️
☘️ Linden Center residents enjoyed musical entertainment alongside arts & crafts ☘️
☘️ Crown Heights Center staff had delicious Irish Soda Bread! ☘️

🐰 Happy Easter 🐣

Residents celebrated Easter with delicious food and some Easter crafts 🐣

85th Birthday Celebrations at Crown Heights Center

Join us in celebrating a remarkable milestone as our beloved resident, Juanita, turns 85! 🎉 Happy Birthday, Juanita!

Chinese Programs

Residents at Hamilton Park enjoy the Chinese program.

Resident Game Days at Linden Center

From playing Bingo to the Price is Right – Residents had a fun March!

International Women’s Day Celebrations

Celebrating the strength, resilience, and achievements of the incredible women here at Crown Heights Center this International Women’s Day! 🩷

Debra Besson(purple) and Rose Moses(pink) are two lovely women we celebrated during this year’s International Women’s Day at Crown Heights Center! 💐

Allure Employee Appreciation

Enjoy what you do and enjoy who you do it with! We are thankful today and everyday for our staff and the meaningful relationships we all have cultivated.

Social Workers Month at Allure

Allure celebrates all Social Workers during Social Work Month 2024!
Please meet our fabulous Directors of Social Work:
Elizabeth Hills of Harlem Center, Danielle Russo of Crown Heights, Elisa Brown of Linden Center, and Melissa Zamora of King David Center

Linden Center CEU Event

What a night!! Thank you to everyone who came out to our Linden Center CEU event

Seniors: Be Sure To Make Informed Decisions About Your End-Of-Life Care

In a recent article in Healthcare Business Today, Melissa Powell writes,

Confronting the topic of end-of-life is undeniably difficult. It’s an inherently sensitive and emotionally charged subject that many people (myself included) struggle to think about and discuss with others. However, for older adults, end-of-life care is such a vital part of their healthcare journey — and this demands setting aside feelings of avoidance and reluctance to engage in important discussions to ensure they’re receiving the care that’s aligned with their values and preferences..”

Click here to read the full article.

You Can’t Have Effective Healthcare Without Clinical Collaboration

In a recent article in McKnights, Joel Landau writes,

“There exists an undeniable truth within the healthcare sector: the delivery of effective healthcare is heavily dependent on collaboration among clinical professionals.

This axiom is especially pertinent in the senior care industry, which has experienced significant transformations due to technological advancements, demographic shifts and evolving patient needs. Despite these changes, the pivotal role of clinical collaboration in securing optimal care outcomes steadfastly remains..”

Click here to read the full article.

STAYING CONNECTED

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know would like to offer virtual entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, email us at alluregroupmarketing@gmail.com and let us know!

 

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Linden Center & Harlem Center Award Nominations!

We are honored to be nominated to receive not just one, but TWO Eli Pick Facility Leadership Awards. A huge round of applause for our amazing employees and staff who display excellency in the quality of our care delivery, and the leaders that ensure its consistency. We appreciate you!!s.

Black History Month

Black History Month celebrations with residents at Linden Center and a beautiful performance by Alrica Clark for the residents at Harlem Center.

100th Birthday Celebrations at Hamilton Park Center

Au Wah Yin Celebrated her 100th Birthday and Chinese New Year in Hamilton Park Center. She became the 7th resident over 100 years old in the facility.

Chinese New Year Celebrations

 

We celebrated the Lunar New Year in our centers for all of our Asian, and non-Asian, residents to participate in. At Hamilton Park Center Master Chen shared his calligraphy skills with the residents. Wishing everyone a year full of good fortune and prosperity! 🐉 🧧.

A Message from the Allure Team

When our residents are away from home during the holidays, we bring home to them! Here is what our amazing staff has to say about celebrating Lunar New Year with our residents; and what our residents’ families have to say about the significance of the holiday 🏮🧧🏮🧧 Watch it here

Bedford Center’s Super Bowl Party 🏈

Residents enjoyed watching the Kansas City Chiefs play against the San Francisco 49ers for Super Bowl LVIII 🏈

Hamilton Park Sports Fest!

Show your team spirit on Sports Fest!! Our employees suited up in jerseys of their favorite sports teams to show spirit and to be Super Bowl ready!

Valentine’s Day Celebrations

All of our residents enjoyed celebrating Valentine’s Day❤️ with sweets, entertainment and some arts & crafts 💘 🌹

Hamilton Park Mardi Gras Celebrations 🎭

Residents enjoyed Mardi Gras celebrations at Hamilton Park Center filled with fun Mardi Gras masks 🎭 and entertainment ⚜️ 🎉

Ash Wednesday Services

Residents and staff of Harlem Center and Hamilton Park Center had a beautiful Ash Wednesday mass where they received ashes ✝️

Pizza Making Fun 🍕

Residents at Linden Center got to channel their inner chef with some pizza making fun! 🍕👨‍🍳👩‍🍳

NYPD Jazz Band

The NYPD Jazz Band entertained the residents of Linden Center and everyone enjoyed the wonderful music

Allure Spotlight

This Allure spotlight goes to Sirilina Lawrence from Crown Heights Center! Thank you for providing exceptional service and displaying the characteristics on which The Allure Group is built. Your hard work and dedication are greatly appreciated!

Our Staff Celebrates American Heart Month

Our Crown Heights and Linden Center staff wore red to support American Heart Month Health! By coming together and wearing red, we demonstrate our commitment to cardiovascular health and encourage each other to adopt heart-healthy habits.❤️

King David Center American Heart Month with Maimonides Medical Center

What does the SNF leader in Cardiac care do for American Heart Month?
We keep getting BETTER! Thank you to our partners at Maimonides Medical Center and their LVAD team for coming down to our King David Center for educate our staff!

The Metaverse and Its Future-Forward Impact on Senior Care

In a recent article in McKnights, Melissa Powell writes,

We’re in the throes of a technological renaissance. Among the innovative tools and devices shaking up industries and leaving consumers and professionals awestruck emerges the metaverse, a fusion of augmented reality, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

The transformative power of the metaverse lies in its versatility and accessibility across diverse industries, but I’m most interested in its utilization in the healthcare sector….”

Click here to read the full article.

Human Touch and Health Care Technology Work Best Together

In a recent article in Provider Magazine, Joel Landau writes,

Although popular at the beginning of the twentieth century, the practice of doctors making house calls largely ceased by the 1970s. But now, medical professionals are once again appearing in our living rooms for routine check-ups, outpatient care, and to answer pressing health concerns. This is the result of telehealth solutions: apps and secure video platforms built to connect patients to providers from the comfort of their own homes...”

Click here to read the full article.

Celebrating Black Excellence During Black History Month

Each February, Black History Month stands as a testament to the resilience, creativity, and contributions of Black people throughout history. It’s a time to reflect on the struggles, triumphs, and ongoing journey towards equality and justice. This month-long celebration serves as a reminder of the importance of acknowledging, preserving, and learning from Black history.

Black History Month traces its roots back to the efforts of Carter G. Woodson, a pioneering Black historian and educator who established Negro History Week in 1926. Woodson’s vision was to ensure that the rich and diverse history of Black Americans would be recognized and integrated into the fabric of American history…Click here to read the blog post.

STAYING CONNECTED

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know would like to offer virtual entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, email us at alluregroupmarketing@gmail.com and let us know!

 

 

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The Allure Group’s Activity Professional Week

As we celebrate Activity Professional Week, we want to share a special shoutout to our incredible Activities Directors: Yelena Gelfand, Esther Witkin, Janet Raguindin, Claudinalti Titus, Andrea Ortiz, and Sherice Myers! Thank you for bringing our residents laughter, joy, and fun moments through these creative activities.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we stand together to remember the millions whose lives were tragically lost. Let us pay tribute to the survivors, bear witness to the stories untold, and recommit ourselves to fostering a world of empathy, tolerance, and peace.

Check out our blog to learn more.

Blue Carpet Farewell

Our blue carpet rolled out for a heartfelt goodbye to our cherished patients leaving Crown Heights Center. We wish them wellness on their journey ahead! Shout out to our incredible staff for their dedication and hard work to make a lasting impact. 💙

Resident’s Arts & Crafts

Residents at Linden Center had fun with some winter arts and crafts🎨

Karaoke Fun!

Linden Center Residents enjoyed singing their favorite songs during karaoke! 🎤🎶

4 Red Flags that You’re Not Holding People Accountable (and how to get it right)

In a recent article in Fast Company, Melissa Powell writes,

The business world talks a lot about accountability, but what are the tangible impacts of accountability within an organization? It’s a question that has intrigued executives, leaders, and employees for years.

The concept of accountability has grown to be more than just a buzzword —now, it’s a vital ingredient for organizational success….”

Click here to read the full article.

How to Improve Nursing Culture With Advanced Health Care Technologies

In a recent article in Provider Magazine, Joel Landau writes,

The nursing shortage not only continues to place significant strain on health care facilities globally, but it also consistently presents some of the most prominent challenges impacting the patient care journey.

While addressing the nursing shortage remains a priority for organizations across the senior care industry, it is equally crucial to explore how advanced health care technologies can revolutionize nursing culture, creating a transformative and empowering environment for nurses...”

Click here to read the full article.

STAYING CONNECTED

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know would like to offer virtual entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, email us at alluregroupmarketing@gmail.com and let us know!

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Allure’s Appreciation Event

This month we held our first Allure Appreciation event to say THANK YOU to our incredible team. We ate, we danced, we laughed, and we did it all TOGETHER! Everywhere you turned you were reminded of what a special group Allure is! Beyond thankful to work here 💙

Allure’s COO Melissa Powell receives the Distinguished Service Award from The American College of Health Care Administrators

Congratulations to our COO Melissa Powell on receiving the Distinguished Service Award from The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA)! As a leader, mentor, and innovator, you have changed the lives of thousands of seniors for the better! Thank you for all that you do

Hamilton Park Center’s Thanksgiving 🦃

Hamilton Park Center staff celebrating Thanksgiving with some turkey and treats!

Thanksgiving at Harlem Center with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

Thanksgiving at Harlem Center! For 43 years, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. has been serving and spreading joy to our residents. In light of the pandemic, they have extended their support by adopting the 4th floor and bringing us goodies for the holidays! Also, this Thanksgiving, Harlem Center participated in our annual donation of turkeys to the local Harlem Salvation Army for community Thanksgiving dinner packages.

Linden Center Partnered with Local Activist Chris Banks to supply Thanksgiving Turkeys to Local Families

Linden Center was proud to open our doors and partner with local East New York community activist, Chris Banks, to supply over 200 families with Thanksgiving turkeys this year. Wishing everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!!

Happy Veteran’s Day!

Forever grateful for the bravery and sacrifice of our veterans at Harlem Center and Crown Heights. Thank you, veterans, for your selfless service!

Hamilton Park Center’s Pet Visits

Residents enjoyed pet visits, everyone was very happy!! 🐶

Allure’s New Fundraising Record

We have a NEW FUNDRAISING RECORD! Beyond proud of the Allure team for raising over $8,000.00 for the fight against Breast Cancer in 4 weeks! Congratulations to our raffle winners, and thank you to all who donated!

You Are What You Eat: Why Nutrition is So Important in Senior Living

In a recent article in Mcknights Senior Living, Melissa Powell writes,

“One fundamental truth remains constant in senior care: elderly residents deserve access to the best possible care throughout their golden years.

Senior living and care executives stand at the forefront of this noble mission. It is our responsibility to strive to improve the quality of life and well-being of our aging population. Although a multitude of factors will influence this mission, one aspect often is underestimated yet holds the key to unlocking a world of health, vitality and happiness for our elderly loved ones: nutrition….”

Click here to read the full article.

Game-Based Technology Keeps Seniors Happier and Healthier

In a recent article in HIT Consultant, Joel Landau writes,

“Fifteen percent of people who play video games are over 55. It turns out that older adults who regularly play video games actually experience a number of health benefits than those who don’t. Game-based technology has emerged as a transformative tool for supporting the health and well-being of seniors, which is why we’re going to start seeing these innovations become a standard in skilled nursing facilities and other long-term care centers across the nation….”

Click here to read the full article.

STAYING CONNECTED

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know would like to offer virtual entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, email us at alluregroupmarketing@gmail.com and let us know!

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Linden Center Trinidad & Tobago’s Independence & All Caribbean Islands

On August 31st, Linden Center celebrated Trinidad & Tobago’s Independence along with other Caribbean Islands in the company of their residents. It was a day filled with excitement, unity, and cultural enrichment!

Crown Heights Center Back to School Event

Our Back to School event with George V. Brower was an absolute blast! 🎉 We celebrated the joy of learning with our St. Marks Ave neighbors. Huge thanks to everyone who made this day unforgettable!

Crown Heights Center’s National Grandparents Day Celebration

Our National Grandparents Day celebration at Crown Heights Center was an absolute blast! Our residents had a fantastic time sharing stories, creating unforgettable memories, and indulging in a delicious cake that added an extra layer of sweetness to the joyous occasion.

Harlem Center’s September Birthday Celebrations!

Celebrating our September Birthdays with our lovely residents!

The Allure Group Celebrates National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” What a week celebrating our amazing Rehabilitation teams! Thank you for keeping our residents moving and helping them take that first step toward recovery.

King David Center’s CEU Event

Thank you to everyone who came out to our stunning King David Center’s CEU event. Special thank you to our staff, who definitely know how to host!

The Allure Group Celebrates National Healthcare Environmental Services and Housekeeping Week

 

National Healthcare Environmental Services and Housekeeping Week is the ideal moment to recognize the unsung heroes of cleanliness across all of the Allure Group Facilities. Their dedication to maintaining a hygienic and comforting space is truly commendable. You are the unsung heroes who make our facility shine. Thank you for your hard work and invaluable contributions. 👏

Crown Heights Center at the 77th Precinct National Night Out

Big thank you to the 77th precinct for inviting Crown Heights Center to participate in their National Night Out! We are beyond grateful to help our Crown Heights community!

Elderly Enrichment: How to Engage Residents in Meaningful Activities

In a recent article in Provider Magazine, Melissa Powell writes,

“As the aging population continues to expand, the need for high-quality senior care facilities becomes increasingly important. Beyond meeting the basic needs of older adults, it is crucial that these facilities make enriching and meaningful activities available to their residents to heighten their physical, mental, and emotional well-being….”

Click here to read the full article.

How to Improve Nursing Culture With Advanced Health Care Technologies

In a recent article in Provider Magazine, Joel Landau writes,

The nursing shortage not only continues to place significant strain on health care facilities globally, but it also consistently presents some of the most prominent challenges impacting the patient care journey.

While addressing the nursing shortage remains a priority for organizations across the senior care industry, it is equally crucial to explore how advanced health care technologies can revolutionize nursing culture, creating a transformative and empowering environment for nurses...”

Click here to read the full article.

STAYING CONNECTED

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know would like to offer virtual entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, email us at alluregroupmarketing@gmail.com and let us know!

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Crown Heights Center’s BBQ and Health Fair

BIG thank you to everyone who came out to the Crown Heights Center’s BBQ and Health Fair last week! Both young and old enjoyed spending time outdoors on this beautiful August afternoon! See you all next year!!

Linden Center Luau Party

Residents and staff at Linden Center enjoyed a fun Luau Party 🌺 🍍

King David Center’s Employee Brooklyn Cyclones Game

Cheers to King David Cente’s amazing administrator, David Schoenblum, for treating his staff to an impromptu visit to the Brooklyn Cyclones game.

Great night for a game! Thanks, David!

The Allure Group’s EVP and Chief Business Development Officer’s Panel Conversation

Allure’s very own EVP and Chief Business Development Officer, Matthew Fenley, joined the 2023 Continuum Conference for the webinar discussion on Remote Patient Monitoring & Telehealth’s Long-Term Senior Care Investment Outlook!

Crown Heights Cultural Dancers Entertainment

Crown Heights residents were treated to a journey through Asia’s rich culture by dancers who delivered a beautiful performance!

Crown Heights Summer Youth Program

We send a heartfelt appreciation to the Summer Youth program for dedicating their summer to Crown Heights! Here’s to the incredible impact you’ve made! 🌟

Your Employees Expect More From You: Here’s How to Surpass Their Expectations

In a recent article in NYC SCORE, Melissa Powell writes,

In the midst of the ‘Great Resignation’ era, where top talent is reevaluating their professional choices, leaders are faced with a pivotal challenge: how to surpass the changing expectations of their employees.

Workplace loyalty is no longer guaranteed, and the days when a steady paycheck and basic benefits were enough to satisfy employees are a thing of the past. Workers now seek purpose, growth opportunities, and an environment that fuels their passion….”

Click here to read the full article.

When Adopting New Technology, Joel Landau Believes This Is How Health Execs Should Be Collaborating

Our very own Joel Landay, founder and chairman of The Allure Group, was featured in CEO Weekly:

“The integration of cutting-edge technology in healthcare and senior care facilities has become a crucial factor in driving innovation and enhancing patient care.

While acquiring state-of-the-art tools is important, Joel Landau, the founder and chairman of The Allure Group, emphasizes that successful implementation requires unified effort and genuine collaboration among healthcare leaders within an organization….”

Click here to read the full article.

STAYING CONNECTED

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know would like to offer virtual entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, email us at alluregroupmarketing@gmail.com and let us know!

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Harlem Center Celebrates Resident’s 100th Birthday

Marjorie Wooden celebrated her 100th birthday at Harlem Center with residents and her family!

Linden Center’s Fourth of July Party

Residents and staff enjoyed celebrating the Fourth of July together!

The Allure Group’s Chief Clinical Officer at Signature Events NY CEU Seminar

Allure’s very own Chief Clinical Officer, Faina Kaganov, proudly shared her expertise today at Signature Events NY amazing CEU Seminar in NJ. Thank you to all other presenters and attendees for your ongoing commitment to serving our seniors!

Harlem Center Team Appreciation

We love seeing our Harlem Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation team getting the appreciation they deserve from our residents. Our concierge specialist, Chanel Edwards, at the Harlem Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation is key to the ongoing support and wellbeing of our residents here.

If you are ever visiting or staying at the Harlem Center, make sure to ask if our dedicated concierge team can do anything to make you or your families stay any more comfortable.

Thank you, Chanel, for being so integral to our residents and their happiness! 🫶

Age Tech: Supporting Better Patient Outcomes in Senior Care

In a recent article in HIT Consultant, Melissa Powell writes,

“Your grandparent has arthritis in their knees, which can make it difficult for them to walk around their home. What if they had access to robot limbs to help them move around more independently without experiencing pain? Your parent has been diagnosed with a heart condition, and your entire family is constantly worried about their health. What if a device worn on their wrist could monitor their vitals all day, alerting you and their caregivers of anything concerning…”

Click here to read the full article.

Why Healthcare Cybersecurity Should Be a Top Priority

In a recent article in McKnights Long-Term Care, Joel Landau writes:

“In the healthcare sector, cybersecurity has quickly emerged as the most significant vulnerability. Skilled nursing facilities and other long-term care centers are especially vulnerable to cyberattacks as cybercriminals attempt to gain access to resident and employee data to use in larger identity theft and fraud schemes…”

Click here to read the full article.

STAYING CONNECTED

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know would like to offer virtual entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, email us at alluregroupmarketing@gmail.com and let us know!

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Hamilton Park Birthday Celebrations with the NYPD Jazz Band

Joseph Vacchiano whose 101 Birthday is upcoming shortly was greeted by New York City Police Department Jazz Band during their performance for Hamilton Park Center residents. Joseph is a retired New York City Police officer from 1972.

 

Crown Heights Country Spirit Day

With each staff member representing the colors and patterns of their native countries, Crown Heights becomes a living mosaic, where cultures intertwine and embrace in a beautiful display of diversity. We had an absolute blast together, creating memories that will forever bring smiles to our faces! 🌎

Linden Center Celebrates Father’s Day

Linden Center Residents enjoyed a wonderful Father’s Day Celebration!

Linden Center Juneteenth Celebrations

The staff at Linden Center celebrating Juneteenth together!

Entertainment at Linden Center

Residents enjoyed entertainment for Father’s Day and Juneteenth celebrations.

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Bedford Center Virtual Reality Program for Seniors

Rendever virtual reality program for seniors is now LIVE at Bedford Center! This incredible platform will allow residents to engage in experiences like never before.

Hamilton Park Celebrates Nurses Week!

What a beautiful day celebrating our hard-working crew and healthcare heroes all around the world!

Crown Heights Celebrates Nurses Week!

Crown Heights celebrated this incredible group of healthcare heroes and applauded their exceptional work. Thank you, Nurses, for all that you do!

Linden Center Celebrating Nurses week!

Linden Center celebrates our nurses and staff with shirts and mugs!

Bedford Center’s national skilled nursing week festivities

The National Skilled Nursing Week festivities were in full swing at Bedford Center last week, and we couldn’t have been more thrilled! To express our gratitude, we surprised our dedicated staff with goodies and ‘Kindness Crew’ t-shirts. Spreading kindness, one smile at a time!

Linden Center Mother’s Day Celebrations

Mother’s Day Celebration at Linden Center with the staff and residents

hamilton park Mother’s Day Celebrations

Hamilton Park residents enjoying the Mother’s Day Celebration

Chef Bruno’s Retirement Celebration at Hamilton Park

Savoring the memories, celebrating the legacy. Our Chef Bruno bids farewell to Hamilton Park after 34 amazing years. Cheers to a retirement full of flavors and relaxation!

happy retirement ms. murl

For 24 incredible years, Ms. Murl has shared her kind heart and smile with the Linden Center Housekeeping team. She was a true leader and never failed to inspire us with her dedication and impeccable work ethic.

As a tribute to her dedication, Ms. Murl received a citation from Senator Roxanne Persaud’s office, and we couldn’t feel more proud to have had her with us. Ms. Murl, thank you for everything you have given to the Allure family.

Wishing you the best of luck in this next chapter of your life!

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Crown Heights Easter Tea Party

We sat, sipped and celebrated. What a festive Easter Tea Party with our residents and team!

Hamilton Park Easter Celebration and Art

Celebrating Easter with bonnets and art projects!

Linden Center Easter Celebrations

A very Happy Easter from Linden Center!

Bedford Center Passover

Happy Passover from your Bedford Center family. May your cups overflow with peace, prosperity, and health!

A New Trend in Virtual Care: Provider Collaboration

In a recent article in Physicians Practice, Joel Landau writes,

As we move into the third year of the pandemic, virtual care, or telehealth, has become a common way for healthcare providers to diagnose, treat, and communicate with patients. Healthcare systems in the future will need to deliver more accessible care. Collaborative and team-based care are interchangeable terms that define a scenario where patient-care coordination is utilized across different specializations and healthcare settings...”

Click here to read the full article.

Staying Connected

Staying connected with your loved ones is one of the best things you can do for your mental well-being.

If you or someone you know would like to offer entertainment to our residents in the form of music, dance or even painting classes, reply to this email and let us know!