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Revitalizing the Top-floor of our Boston Campus

June 7, 2018

At Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, we believe our patients deserve to receive care in an environment that reflects current best practices and provides for outstanding clinical care with all the comfort and choice of home. This is exactly why we are working to revitalize the top level of the Berenson Allen Building at our flagship Boston location, bringing it into alignment with the renowned patient-centered, compassionate care we provide.

The current phase of the project is being supported by generous leadership gifts from Deanna and Sidney Wolk, the Theodore W. & Evelyn G. Berenson Charitable Foundation, and Helaine Berenson Allen.

Art-on-the-Brain Brings the Museum Home

An innovative mobile app that brings meaningful activity to those who struggle to travel.

May 17, 2018

technology for seniors

It’s no secret that getting out and about can become harder with age, especially for seniors with complex health conditions. But this doesn’t mean that meaningful recreation has to go out the window. At Hebrew Rehabilitation Center (HRC), staff from Life Enhancement, Nursing, IT, and the Institute for Aging Research (IFAR) have come together with volunteers and family members to help launch a creative solution to this dilemma.

National Osteoporosis Awareness Month

May 9, 2018

May is National Osteoporosis Awareness Month, a time when Hebrew SeniorLife, the Institute for Aging Research, and health care providers all over the country work to promote good bone health through prevention, detection and treatment of osteoporosis, and to educate vulnerable populations on risk factors.

"Music and Memory" Services Comfort Patients with Dementia

New research is confirming and expanding an idea long held by those who work with Alzheimer’s and dementia patients: music has a way of invoking memory.

March 27, 2018

How many times have you heard a song and gotten a strange sense of déjà vu? With even just a few notes played, you are reminded of people, places, and events you may not have thought about for years. New research is confirming and expanding an idea long held by those who work with Alzheimer’s and dementia patients: music has a way of invoking memory.   

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