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Our residents overcame so much to get where they are today. We are inspired by their courage and commitment and we are proud of their strength.

Featured: David Caspi

How I got stronger at Northern Metropolitan

Annette Fearon

Northern Manor

David Caspi

Northern Metropolitan

Elinor Winkler

Northern Riverview

Harold Shulman

Northern Manor

John Boyle

Northern Manor

Kelliann Murphy

Northern Metropolitan

Paula Markowitz

Northern Riverview

Robert Dolson

Northern Riverview

Zelle Hubbard Franklin

Northern Manor

Glenn Worum

Patient at Northern Metropolitan

I had a bad cough, a fever with chills, rapid breathing and chest pain. I was so weak, I could barely move. My doctor said I had severe pneumonia and recommended that I go to Northern Manor to recover and regain my strength. The Northern Manor team immediately made me feel comfortable. They were responsible, respectful, and very attentive to all my needs. They were very friendly, too. The medical staff coordinated with my doctor in order to ensure I was getting the proper medication, and the therapists created a personalized rehab plan, which included exercises for my upper and lower extremities to help me regain strength and balance. Before long, I was breathing normally without pain and I was walking on my own. The team at Northern Manor is great; they were just what the doctor ordered!

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Jorge Andino Gomez

Patient at Northern Metropolitan

"Talking with family and friends has always been one of my greatest pleasures. But then I had the stroke, which robbed me of that singular joy. It took away my ability to speak; now I have aphasia—which means I have trouble speaking, but I can understand what people say. The Northern Manor team made me a promise, if I worked hard, they ‘d work hard, too, to help me get my powers of speech back. Right away, the Recreation department set me up on Facetime, so I could see and communicate with my family. And the rehab team has been fantastic—cool and very supportive. My family is really happy to see how strong I’m getting. Soon I’ll be receiving a device to help me speak. I can’t wait. I’ll be able to head home and start talking again. The first thing I’ll say is: Thank you, Northern Manor."

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Nolasco Linsangan

Patient at Northern Metropolitan

"Where to begin? I have diabetes, I had an infection in my left foot, had just gone through gall bladder surgery, and my knees were so weak, I could barely stand. I needed a lot of help! The team at Northern Manor met the challenge with flying colors. First thing, they made me comfortable, making certain that all my needs were met. The physical therapy was outstanding, and I looked forward to all the activities offered by the Recreation Department. Also, because of my condition, I had lost a great deal of weight. I’m Filipino, and they went out of their way to prepare Filipino food for me! I’ve gained weight, my muscles are stronger, and I have regular video chats with my daughter, thanks to the tablet they provided for me. The Northern Manor team gave me all the tender loving care I needed!"

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Virginia Potter

Resident at Northern Metropolitan

After a series of falls, I was admitted to the Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx. I was eager to get back home, but I was very weak and was transferred to Northern Metropolitan for recovery and rehab. After a month of working with the therapists, I learned, in consultation with my doctors and family, that the risks to me were too great to live independently. Sure, I was disappointed at first, but working with all the departments—Recreation, Therapy, Nursing and Dietary—I have slowly but surely reached my goals. I ‘m so happy here: this is my home now. I feel safe at Northern Metropolitan. My family loves to visit the staff, and I enjoy talking to the other residents. They must enjoy my company, too: last January I was elected President of the Resident Council!

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Zellee Hubbard Franklin

Resident at Northern Metropolitan

I died. That’s what the doctors told me. Here’s what happened. I had dinner with my family, I watched a little television, then I went to bed. A night like any other night. The only thing that was different was that the following morning, I didn’t wake up. My husband called 911. When I woke up in the hospital, I had a trach. They said I had stopped breathing. The hospital saved my life, but it didn’t seem like I had much of a life. I felt like a burden. Northern Manor took me in and changed that feeling. They brought me back to myself. The staff was so attentive to my needs—both medical and personal. Without their kindness and care and encouragement, I doubt I would be here today. It would have been very easy for me to feel alienated and alone, to slip into depression, but the people at Northern Manor wouldn’t allow it. There are new activities every day, opportunities to socialize, and I never felt alone. It’s a place that gives me hope, to look forward to the next day, the next moment, and the next thing in my life. Thanks to Northern Manor, for me every day is a blessing. I can rest easy.

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