Our support groups have helped form some special friendships, including a love story.
Local Girl Scout Jordan Hartley completed her community project by collecting art supplies for Abramson Hospice patients.
In partnership with the Alzheimer's Association, the Edna Young Gordon Healthy Brain and Memory Center will host educational seminars on the last Wednesdays of April, May and June. Click for more information.
Our panel of senior care experts will answer your questions about when to be concerned about changes in cognitive abilities, how to know if they can live independently, what to do if they can’t, how to discuss and assist with life transitions, how to plan now for future needs, and who to call for free advice along the way.
Abramson Senior Care President and CEO Carol Irvine was honored at Penn State's Center for Geriatric Nursing Excellence's annual Spring Brunch.
Hospice Social Worker Kim Bernardi will present at local speaker's series. Click to read more and to learn how to RSVP.
Abramson Hospice patient Russel Thompson was granted a very special wish to bring his youngest grandson to a Flyers game.
Abramson Senior Care of Greater Philadelphia is proud to be receiving $110,775 from the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s Maimonides Fund for Health and Human Service Relief.
When COVID-19 caused Abramson Medical Adult Day Services to temporarily shut its doors a year ago, staff quickly found new ways to make sure clients received the support they needed.
Read how Birnhak Transitional Care at Lankenau Medical Center is helping area hospitals provide care for COVID-19 patients.
Abramson Senior Care front-line workers, including home care nurses, hospice care staff, health aids and other employees working with our high-risk community were the first in our organization to receive the first dose of the vaccine through our pharmacy partner, Wellness Pharmacy Services.
Since 1866, Abramson Senior Care has served as a safety net for the frail Jewish elderly. And while the senior care landscape has changed around us, we have remained passionately committed to this mission. A letter to our community about our organization's transformation.
Ongoing updates about our COVID-19 response.
Annie Varughese, NHA, joins Abramson Senior Care as new nursing home administrator.
Interactive music program connects those with memory impairments with local musicians.
Jennifer L. Claves, MD, and Jean P. Haab, MD, were named to Philadelphia Magazine's Top Doctors 2020!
Abramson's palliative care program is now the Lila H. Levin Palliative Care Program.
Abramson Home Care was recognized for the third year as an elite home care agency.
Abramson Senior Care Services receive "Best" designations from U.S. News and World Report and Newsweek.
Our 29th annual gala honored Andi and Scott Barsky.
Special contributors to the Family Album were honored for their generous support of Abramson Senior Care.
Abramson Senior Care honored exceptional caregiver Fara Dornevil-Pierre at the 2019 Phyllis Abramson Licht (PAL) Award Ceremony.
Abramson Senior Care brings its industry leading short-term rehabilitation program to Main Line Philadelphia.
Caregiver honored at the seventh annual Leah Berman Award.
"Celebrating Partnerships" was the theme of the 28th annual Rainbow Ball which honored Ann and Richard Frankel with the Family Award, Abramson's highest honor.
The Abramson Center thanked special contributors to the Rainbow Ball Family Album at the annual Pre-Ball Party.
The Abramson Center honored an exceptional caregiver at the annual Phyllis Abramson Licht (PAL) Award Ceremony.
Barbara Lincow was honored at a tribute luncheon hosted by the Abramson Auxiliary.
Abramson Center holds annual Leah Berman Award to recognize a caregiver at the Mildred Shor Inn who goes above and beyond.
Friends and trustees of the Abramson Center for Jewish Life gathered for the annual Florida Board Meeting.
Special donors to the Abramson Center's Rainbow Ball Family Album were honored at a Pre-Ball Party. Find out more.
The Abramson Center was pleased to host a leading expert of sexuality in the dementia population.
Our annual PAL Award recognizes a nursing assistant who continually goes above and beyond for our residents. Read about our 2017 award winner here!
The Abramson Center recognized staff at quality improvement awards ceremony.
The Abramson Center honored its volunteers at a special recognition event.
Caregivers at the Mildred Shor Inn were recognized for their dedication and compassion.
Abramson Center employees and family members were interviewed on NPR's The Pulse. Click to listen to the interview.
Abramson Senior Care recently held its annual Florida Board Social.
Volunteers and residents hold fifth annual gift wrapping event for Ronald McDonald House.
Read about Sonny Hill's visit to the Abramson Center.
Article about ways to reduce depression in long term residents as published in the Journal for Healthcare Quality
Tracy Davidson, anchor at NBC10, was the guest speaker at the Abramson Center's Auxiliary's annual Membership Luncheon.
This year's gala honors Ande and Jim Adelman and supports the Center's mission of providing care for older adults without financial means.
The Abramson Residence is proud to announce that it has received an overall rating of five stars by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The results are posted at medicare.gov/nhcompare.
The Abramson Center celebrates the upcoming Rainbow Ball gala with an event for special contributors to the Family Album.
In honor of the Abramson Center's 150 year anniversary, the Center and research partner Penn State College of Nursing hosted a full-day research symposium for professionals in the long-term care field.
Robin Montgomery named as PAL award winner for 2016.
McKnight's Long-Term Care News followed up with the Abramson Center about the Match-Quality Indicator system.
Ten residents at the Abramson Center celebrate at the second adult confirmation and leadership program.
Abramson Center and Penn State College of Nursing will host a full day research symposium in honor of the Abramson Center's 150th anniversary.
The Abramson Center recognizes achievements in quality improvement with annual ABE Awards.
The Polisher Research Institute's study results on advancing person-centered care through honoring recreational preferences was published in the Annals of Long-Term Care.
Abramson Center residents and volunteers wrap gift baskets and make holiday cards for children staying at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House.
The Abramson Center recognized Contessa Boucicaut, CNA, with the annual Phyllis Abramson Licht (PAL) Award at a ceremony on August 24th.
The Abramson Center partners with Intel-GE Care Innovations to study the effectiveness of leveraging remote patient monitoring post discharge.
Join us for a fundraising event in support of the Abramson Center at Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar.
The Abramson Center held its 9th Annual Abe Awards to recognize quality improvement successes.
The Abramson Center hosts an Advancing Excellence Workshop with special presenter Dr. Bill Thomas.
The Abramson Center's newly renovated bistro, Mustard and Rye, is reopened and serving residents, visitors and staff!
Dr. David Gerstman, a resident at the Abramson Center's Mildred Shor Inn, helps spread awareness about Jewish Genetic Diseases by teaming up with the Einstein Victor Center.
Read about the Abramson Center's evidence-based measurement tools to personalize short-term rehabilitation care.
Tori Crumbie, CTRS, director of recreation at the Mildred Shor Inn, and Karen Eshraghi, MSW, project coordinator for quality improvement, will present "Using Technology to Track Resident Preferences and Activities to Drive Quality Improvement" during McKnight's Online Expo on March 26th at 1:00 p.m.
Kimberly Van Haitsma, director of Polisher Research Institute and associate professor of nursing and director of the Program of Person-Centered Living Systems of Care (PPCLSC), receives grant to study delivery of person-centered care.
The Abramson Center recognized three caregivers at the Mildred Shor Inn with the Leah Berman Award on February 6th.
Suzanne Mayo, Abramson Hospice administrator, helps listeners better understand Hospice care.
The Abramson Center Auxiliary and residents were featured on Fox News 29 for preparing gifts for children receiving care at The Ronald McDonald House. Margie Actman and Ronne Goldstein, long time auxiliary members, co-chaired this project which is one of their passions in addition to providing activities and services to the residents at the Abramson Center. This project which started 3 years ago is a favorite of resident who enjoy also volunteering their time to help children during the holiday season.
Abramson Center CEO part of Montgomery County workgroup examining the unique needs of dual eligible elderly.
The Abramson Center's Polisher Research Institute and The Pennsylvania State University form a partnership to expand research into aging concerns.
Delores Thompson, a certified nursing assistant, was honored for providing exceptional care to seniors served by the Abramson Center.