Youngstown Area Jewish Federation Rebrands its Senior Living Offerings
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Youngstown Area Jewish Federation is announcing a rebranding of its senior living offerings and launch of a new website at YAJF.org/seniorliving.
Eric Murray, executive director of senior services, said the new branding and website better highlight the offerings of Senior Living by Youngstown Area Jewish Federation.
“We offer a continuum of care including assisted living, adult day services, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation,” he said. “Our new branding and website make it easy for potential clients and their families to understand what we offer and to find exactly what they need.”
Senior Living by Youngstown Area Jewish Federation includes Heritage Manor Rehabilitation & Retirement Community and Levy Gardens Assisted Living, and is located on an 18-acre campus on Gypsy Lane.
Heritage Manor offers 24-hour licensed nursing care seven days a week and is rated as a five-star nursing facility by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, according to a press release. It is the only Veterans Administration-approved provider of long-term care in Mahoning County, according to the release.
Short-term care services are also offered. These services include all types of physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Access to onsite mental health counseling through Jewish Family & Community Services is also available. The Adult Day Services program includes on-site nursing and is wheelchair-accessible. The center seeks to serve each individual’s unique needs through individualized care plans, which include a variety of services in a supervised and structured environment, according to the release.
Levy Gardens Assisted Living Facility offers one- and two-bedroom apartments. Transportation to doctor appointments and grocery stores are also available.
All tenants receive a membership to the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown and have on-site support for daily living activities such as bathing, dressing and medication management.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.