Upper East Side Rehabilitation and Nursing Center

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Dear UES Resident, Family and Friends:   Over the past week, we have heard from many of our residents, their families and friends about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We wanted to provide this update to confirm that we are taking every precaution and following best practices as prescribed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),…

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Age-related changes can influence how your body forms fuel, which effects your dietary needs and influences your hunger. These are some of the progressions:  Your digestion backs off. Your stomach related framework changes. Your hunger may change. Your passionate wellbeing might be influenced. Nourishment gives the vitality and supplements you should have. Supplements incorporate proteins, starches,…

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Transitioning into a nursing home can be a stressful experience. Fortunately, you can make the process easier by being prepared. There is a list of documents that must be collected before your loved one can move in. The staff can help you if you become overwhelmed. Here’s what you need to bring. 1. Your loved…

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Placing your parents in a nursing home can be a gut-wrenching experience. Even if you know that it’s the best decision for their health, it’s a very difficult decision. Feelings of guilt may be mingled with your sense of relief.  Knowing that your parents need full-time care is a heavy burden. You can make it…

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