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 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!