Oceanview Manor Home for Adults joins in celebrating National Vaccine Month of Action

Between June 5 th and July 4 th has been designated National Month of Action to mobilize to get of as many U.S. adults as possible at least one shot by July 4th, so that more people can get the protection they need to be safe from a pandemic that has taken the lives of nearly 600,000 Americans.

Oceanview Manor Home for Adults celebrates a COVID Memorial Day

Memorial Day (previously, but now seldom, called Decoration Day) is a federal holiday in the United States for honoring and mourning the military personnel who have died in the performance of their military duties while serving in the United States Armed Forces.

AHCA-NCAL ICCP PRESS RELEASE

Brooklyn, New York – Oceanview Manor Home for Adults, a residential assisted living program in Brooklyn, New York was awarded a certificate for its successful completion of the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) Infection Control Certificate Program.

Smith celebrates 100th birthday

Charles Smith, a resident of Hedgewood in Beacon since 1995, was born on March 13, 1921. He just celebrated his 100th birthday.

Oceanview Manor Home for Adults Staff Wins NYSCAL Noble Caregiver of the Year Award

This past year has been unlike any other. We in assisted living needed to change, adapt and “do things differently”. This is why I am proud to announce that our Assisted Living Program Coordinator team has won the New York State Center for Assisted Living Noble Caregiver of the Year Award.

Brooklyn Adult Care Center successfully completes national infection control program

Brooklyn Adult Care Center in Brooklyn NY was awarded a certificate for its successful completion of the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) Infection Control Certificate Program.

Faith, Hope and Charity

Leon Hofman, Rev. Patrick Young, Michael Yunger, and Bishop Mitchell G. Taylor. A bounty of goods, including food, disinfectants, and personal protective equipment were given to First Baptist Church pastor Reverend Young, and Bishop Mitchell Taylor, of Urban Upbound, for those in need in their communities. The generous donation was made by Michael Yunger of the Queens Adult Care Center of Elmhurst.