Our Difference

  • Rated Five Star in Quality Care by the Federal Agency - CMS
  • Guaranteed Private Room
  • Mission Driven Organization
  • Andrus Family Involvement
  • SAGECare Platinum Credential - LGBTQ+ Cultural Competency Training
  • Use of Telemedicine & Many Specialties that assisted living facilities are not able to provide
  • Hospitality Focus 
  • Technological Advances
  • Staff Longevity
  • Only Facility in Westchester County to recognize Nurses with the Daisy Award
  • Intergenerational Programming on campus  
  • Unmatched Views of the Hudson
So much more...  Call today to learn more (914) 648-9985
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Intergenerational Programs

At Andrus on Hudson, we have recognized the benefits of Intergenerational Programs for a long time.  Our programming is able to bridge generations, linking residents and patients with students from various local schools to forge impactful, meaningful relationships. The benefits to our seniors include improved health, increased connectedness and less isolation, and enhanced feelings of self-worth with purpose.

 

The benefits to youth include increased self esteem, improved behavior, enhanced sense of belonging in their communities, appreciation and deeper understanding of the rich lives and experiences of older adults. There are also benefits to the community including enhanced awareness and appreciation of cultural heritage and traditions, increased collaboration between local organizations, and more vibrant/cohesive communities.

AOH Resident and Student
AOH Resident and Student

Resident and student participating in an intergenerational program

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Intergenerational Group
Intergenerational Group

Residents and students alike had so much fun

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Story Time
Story Time

AOH resident reading to students

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AOH Resident and Student
AOH Resident and Student

Resident and student participating in an intergenerational program

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Programming that stands out

We offer engaging and interesting social and recreational opportunities for both our patients and residents daily, 365 days a year.  
Our Community Life department promotes individualized leisure experiences.

  • movement & fitness

  • chair yoga

  • meditation

  • adaptive bowling

  • shuffleboard

  • arts and crafts

  • music therapy

  • piano lessons

  • strolling minstrel

  • pet therapy

  • intergenerational programs

  • spiritual services

  • theme days

  • concerts

  • theater events

  • garden parties

  • aromatherapy

  • lectures

  • trivia

  • cooking classes

  • happy hours 

  • Casino Day

  • craft fairs

  • off-site trips

  • outdoor barbecues

  • afternoon teas

  • ice cream socials

  • matinee movies

  • news and views

  • and there is more...

“Somehow we have to get older people back close to growing children if we are to restore a sense of community, a knowledge of the past and a sense of the future.”  - Margaret Mead