Ditmas Park News

Recognizing Cataract Awareness Month

Cataract is a clouding of the eye’s lens which blocks or changes the passage of light into the eye. It is the leading cause of vision loss in the United States, and it is the leading cause of blindness in the world. There are 24 million Americans over the age of 40 who are affected…

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Celebrating A COVID-FREE Discharge

We are proud to announce the safe and COVID-free discharge of one of our patients, Ms. Virgie. Our rehabilitation program provides thorough care to ensure that when our patients are discharged they are capable of their optimal level of movement and activity. Ms. Virgie has shown immense progress in our program and after careful evaluation…

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Recognizing Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month

If you’re living with asthma or allergies, then you know firsthand how staying up-to-date on the latest news can be an important step in helping you better manage your symptoms. But for the more than 7.7 million Americans who have asthma and 24 million who have allergies, keeping up with that information is a struggle.…

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Celebrating National Skilled Nursing Care Week

National Skilled Nursing Care Week recognizes the essential role of skilled nursing care centers in caring for America’s elderly. We would like to recognize our staff, they play a crucial role in caring for residents and saving lives. They deserve to be honored and celebrated.

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Ditmas Park Rehab COVID-19 Policy

The safety and well being of our residents is of paramount importance to us, please adhere to these strict guidelines and contact us for any further clarification.

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2020 Quality Initiative Recognition

Ditmas Park Care Center is proud to accept this Certificate of Achievement for the 2020 Quality Initiative Recognition Program from the American Health Care Association, and the National Center for Assisted Living.

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Tea Drinking Can Reduce Depression In Senior Citizens

Tea drinking can reduce depression in senior citizens, according to a recent study. This is good news as depression is a common occurrence in seniors aged 60 and older. Indeed, statistics show that 7 percent of seniors report experiencing major depressive feelings. Depression is common among older adults, with 7% of those over the age of 60 years…

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