Our senior caregiving services include a full-continuum of health care options for Jewish seniors and those of any age, religion, or culture. We serve a variety of aging needs and provide long-term independent living, short stay rehabilitation, hospice, dialysis, and more. You or a loved one can receive person-centered senior care options from our Southeastern PA campus or throughout the Greater Philadelphia community – wherever the patient calls home. We don’t only provide geriatric care services – we work with patients of all ages in our rehab programs.
Abramson Center Senior Care Services Overview
To learn more about the specific elder care services that may apply to your needs, please review our core offerings:
- Abramson Residence: Skilled nursing and Alzheimer’s care in a warm, family atmosphere.
- Mildred Shor Inn: Residential living in beautifully-appointed apartments with help on-hand when needed.
- Abramson Hospice: Care, comfort, dignity, and support for seniors and their families facing serious, life-limiting illness.
- Abramson Home Care: Healthcare and homemaker services in the comfort of home.
- Birnhak Transitional Care: Comprehensive short-stay rehab focused on safely returning patients to their homes after a hospital stay.
- Geriatric Care Management: The services of an experienced Care Manager who serves the client and family through at-home visits, optimizing the clients’ ability to remain safely at home.
- Abramson Care Advisors: Free, around-the-clock information and referral source for both Abramson Center services and community resources for seniors and their families.
We strive to provide top quality senior caregiving in all of our services and efforts, and to remain compliant with all laws and codes.
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Choosing the Right Senior Care Services Provider
While the senior care services provider you choose will largely depend on your need and unique situation, there are certain attributes you want to look for when making your decision. After finding a provider that offers the services you need, ask yourself the following question:
- Where are they located (and will they come to you)? As mobility can sometimes be an issue, some elder care service providers may come to you (this option usually depends on the service). If this is the case, we recommend contacting them and asking about their service area. If it is not the case, consider the distance from your home to their facilities.
- What are the added benefits and amenities? In addition to the services, some facilities will offer add-on benefits and amenities. If you're trying to decide, these sorts of details can often tip the scale one way or the other.
- What is the staff like? It's important that you feel comfortable with the staff, whether it be nurses, doctors, aides, or whoever! You'll be spending a good deal of time with them. In this case, it's best to call for more information.