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Vista del horizonte de Manhattan desde Andrus en el campus de Hudson

Nuestra Diferencia

  • Calificado con cinco estrellas en atención de calidad por la Agencia Federal - CMS

  • Habitación Privada Garantizada

  • Organización impulsada por la misión

  • Ofrecer muchas especialidades que no se ofrecen en los centros de vida asistida

  • Centrado en la tecnología: uso de la telemedicina

  • Participación de la familia Andrus

  • Credencial SAGECare Platinum - Capacitación en competencia cultural LGBTQ+

  • Enfoque en hotelería

  • Longevidad del personal

  • Reconocen a nuestras Enfermeras con el Premio Margarita

  • Programación intergeneracional en el campus  

  • Vistas inigualables del Hudson

Programa intergeneracional en nuestra biblioteca

Programas Intergeneracionales

La vida aquí es un mosaico vibrante, tejido con hilos de sabiduría intergeneracional y diversas expresiones culturales. Nuestra comunidad prospera gracias a la sinergia creada por experiencias compartidas, donde aprender unos de otros es una celebración diaria. Creemos que la fusión de edades y culturas no sólo es beneficiosa: es esencial y es lo que nos hace sentir completos.

Nuestra programación puede unir generaciones, vinculando a residentes y pacientes con estudiantes de varias escuelas locales para forjar relaciones significativas e impactantes. Los beneficios para los adultos mayores incluyen una mejor salud, una mayor conexión, menos aislamiento y mayores sentimientos de autoestima con un propósito.

 

Los beneficios para los jóvenes incluyen una mayor autoestima, un mejor comportamiento, un mayor sentido de pertenencia, aprecio y una comprensión más profunda de las ricas vidas y experiencias de los adultos mayores.

Manténgase Comprometido

Ofrecemos oportunidades sociales y recreativas atractivas e interesantes tanto para nuestros pacientes como para nuestros residentes diariamente, los 365 días del año. Nuestro departamento de Vida Comunitaria promueve experiencias de ocio individualizadas.

  • Inspiraciones artísticas

  • movimiento y aptitud física

  • silla de yoga

  • meditación

  • bolos adaptativos

  • juego de tejo

  • Artes y manualidades

  • Terapia musical

  • Clases de piano

  • juglar ambulante

  • terapia de mascotas

  • programas intergeneracionales

  • servicios espirituales

  • días temáticos

  • conciertos

  • eventos de teatro

  • fiestas en el jardín

  • aromaterapia

  • charlas

  • trivia

  • clases de cocina

  • horas felices

  • dia del casino

  • ferias artesanales

  • viajes fuera del sitio

  • barbacoas al aire libre

  • tés de la tarde

  • redes sociales de helados

  • películas matinales

  • noticias y vistas

  • y hay más...

  • Little Leaf at Andrus on Hudson
    This program is a pre-school for children ages two to five. Their classrooms are housed on the lower level of Andrus on Hudson with class taking place from 9:00 to 3:00 on school days. Theresa McCaffrey, Founder and Director of Little Leaf, believes children benefit most from free play in nature, a nurturing community, and activities to nourish the spirit. When given the chance to delve into their own meanderings, children naturally imitate the adults in their lives in their play. The teachers attend to the environment and to the children with care and respect. The children come to Little Leaf to discover and experiment and the teachers follow the lead of the child. The children and the seniors share stories, songs, games, nature and cooking. Seniors and young children actually have much in common and benefit by helping each other out. The sound of children playing and laughing brings life to our nursing home. https://www.littleleafschool.com/
  • Hudson Lab School
    Hudson Lab School is a new, independent K-12 school which opened in September, 2017 in a single mixed-age classroom at Andrus on Hudson, teaching grades K-5. Cate Han, Founder, has begun the school with a mission to instill a love of learning and to teach children how to design and build a life in which they can thrive. Hudson Lab School integrates collaborative, interdisciplinary project based learning and thoughtful self-reflection with the academic fortitude of a classical liberal arts education. Teachers guide and support students as “lead learners” in their investigations rather than the person holding all the answers. Hudson Lab School incorporates intergenerational learning and is working on building an intergenerational library at Andrus on Hudson. The children’s confidence grows as they explain their latest project to our seniors while our seniors are realizing they still have an appreciation for learning. https://www.hudsonlabschool.com
  • Greenburgh North Castle Vocational Internship
    This program is a high school transition program developed for Greenburgh North Castle UFSD and is targeted for students whose main goal is competitive employment. At the completion of a successful internship the student receives a Career Development and Occupational Skills Credential. Since the onset of the program in October, 2014 the interns have accrued over 10,000 hours at Andrus on Hudson. A student’s typical day includes classroom instruction at Andrus on Hudson and immersion in internship locations and rotations throughout our facility, while simultaneously receiving feedback from instructors and job coaches. The rotations are designed to complement each student’s interests, skills, and strengths. Students participate in a variety of internship areas including Recreation, Housekeeping, Dietary, Business, Beauty Salon, and Maintenance. These students have the advantage of learning new job skills. Our seniors benefit by their assistance and the opportunity to interact with young people in our hair salon, dining room, auditorium and lobby. https://gncufsd.org
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