Beth Abraham Family of Health Services
About Beth Abraham Family of Health Services:
Beth Abraham Family of Health Services ranks among the nation’s leading resources for long-term residential and community-based health care. A voluntary, nonprofit organization, Beth Abraham has made life better for tens of thousands of New Yorkers from all backgrounds and walks of life. It first opened its doors to the poor, chronically ill and disabled just after the First World War.
Today, individuals and families challenged by illness and significant disability seek Beth Abraham’s expertise from far and wide. Throughout its history, the organization has initiated stimulating new residential environments and community-based supports helping people lead dignified lives With more than 3,000 employees, Beth Abraham offers residential and community-based services built on decades of medical and rehabilitative experience in meeting long- and short-term care needs.
Our clients and residents include:
-Young people permanently disabled by traumatic injuries
-Workers incapacitated in industrial accidents
-Musicians whose livelihoods have been interrupted by stroke or cardiac disease
-Retired educators and other lifelong professionals confronting disabling neurological conditions
-Chronically disabled men and women of all ages
-Men and women struggling against the deficits of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other disabling conditions of aging.
Wide-ranging, well-designed resources– including housing, adult day healh care, home health care, skilled nursing, rehabilitation and music therapy, to name a few form the organization’s core of services. All our family of programs are closely integrated. Once an individual becomes part of the Beth Abraham Family of Health Services, we can offer progressively more independent care and living options as his or her condition improves. At the same time, we provide unrestricted access to more intensive levels of care should needs change. Whether care is provided within one of our residential facilities or in the community, our overriding goal is to help each individual retain richness and meaning in life.
Residential Health Care for long-term medical care and rehabilitation.
Subacute Rehabilitation for transitioning from hospital to home.
Subacute Medical Care as an alternative to a hospital stay.
Adult Day Health Care for medical, rehabilitation and recreational services at health care centers.
Comprehensive Care Management (CCM), a medical alternative to a nursing home for the frail elderly.
Housing, offering independent living for older adults who are still hearty and active.
Long Term Home Health Care for stay-at-home care
Community Health Nurse
Please visit our company website at www.bethabe.org for current openings.