A partner at Alegria & Barovick, LLP, Andrew Barovick handles personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Dedicated to serving his community in more ways than one, Andrew Barovick regularly goes to the Sarah Neuman Center in Mamaroneck, New York, during Jewish holidays to take residents to religious services.
A part of the New Jewish Home network, the Sarah Neuman Center is a care facility for elderly individuals. Well-staffed with therapists, physicians, social workers, and pharmacists, the Center primarily focuses on two types of care: long-term nursing home and rehabilitation/post-acute care. The latter services help patients return to their homes following hospitalization. Patients receive individualized therapy five days a week. They also get discharge planning and help transitioning to their home.
In terms of long-term nursing home care, the Sarah Neuman Center is committed to maintaining an environment that is both supportive and safe. There is on-site radiology and pharmacy service at the Center, along with a number of therapeutic activity programs, such as exercise and art. Further, residents have access to 24-hour nursing care and on-call social work staff and physicians. The Sarah Neuman Center houses a special therapy center designed to provide care to those with complex clinical needs.