LGBT elders and allies group opens hearts and minds

The Hebrew Home at Riverdale's LGBT and Allies group has provided a meaningful opportunity for our residents to exchange ideas and advocate for all community members.  

The impactful work of the group is featured in the current edition of The American Society on Aging's well-respected publication, Aging Today.

Shining a light on domestic violence within your staff

At a facility designed specifically for seniors who have been abused, it's understandable for some to fear what might happen should a resident's abuser come in. But a far more likely concern weighed on the mind of the team at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention.

HOPE Program article

The Hebrew Home at Riverdale has brought a unique vision to life -- to create a high school within the nursing home for students who are not diploma bound and would benefit from job training for future employment.
Over the years, this program has transformed hundreds of students' lives, providing essential skills and training, securing employment at the Hebrew Home and other healthcare facilities and forming incredible bonds between residents and students.