Company News

Occupational Therapy Month

April 27, 2021

We would like to honor amazing OT's and COTA's for Occupational Therapy Month! Thank you to all for your dedication you put forth every day. Click below to read about how they started in the field and why they love what they do!

Inspiration at Harlem Center

March 5, 2021

The true definition of inspiration and paying it forward! An amazing intern has put the spotlight on Ms. Flores, of Harlem Center. Click the link to read his wonderful letter about his experience and kind words about one of our very own. Ms. Flores, we salute you and are so proud to have you in…

King David Center’s New Aqua Therapy Pool

March 3, 2021

The word is out!! Thank you to for featuring King David Center’s groundbreaking addition to their therapy suite, the Hydroworx 1200 Aquatherapy pool! The best staff deserve the best tools!  

Crown Heights Center’s Healthcare Heroes

February 26, 2021

Thank you to New York CaribNews for featuring two of our very own healthcare heroes at Crown Heights Center. Marsha and Brenda’s heartwarming story shows the parallel journey taken in leading a life of service to others. We thank you for your dedication to the Crown Heights community!

American Heart Awareness Month Honoree

February 23, 2021

It’s time to celebrate our American Heart Month Honoree! Please join us in congratulating another difference maker in the world of cardiology, Dr. Kris-Angelo Natividad, at Maimonides Medical Center. We wish him all the best on his fight for better heart health and awareness. You can read all about his journey and accomplishments below!

McKnight’s Women of Distinction Award

February 19, 2021

Just announced, COO of The Allure Group, Melissa Powell, as Hall of Honor Honoree in this year’s McKnight’s Women of Distinction! So well deserved, congratulations!

The Catch-22 of Social Distancing Among the Elderly

May 28, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic raging, skilled nursing facilities were instructed back in March to restrict visitation access for the health and safety of staff and residents. Various governmental bodies have made it clear that given the increased risk of infection facing those 65 and older, it is essential that they be quarantined. At the same…

Why Obesity Increases the Severity of COVID-19 Symptoms

May 11, 2020

It has been well-documented that those with preexisting conditions are among the most vulnerable to coronavirus. Perhaps the most overlooked of those conditions is obesity. That has been illustrated most tragically in New Orleans. As of April 2, high levels of obesity and related issues had likely contributed to a per-capita death rate from COVID-19…

The Purpose of Life is to Have a Purpose

May 7, 2020

It is said so often that it has become something of a cliche: You need to have a reason to get out of bed in the morning. That is doubly true for seniors, most of whom have retired from the workforce and already sent their children out into the world. They now have time on…

Combating Coronavirus: Steps Every Healthcare Facility Needs to Take

April 28, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is revealing critical flaws in a number of different sectors throughout the country. From government to business to healthcare, this pandemic ruthlessly deals punishing blows to any system that is not fully prepared for it. In early March, a cluster of coronavirus infections was reported at a nursing home near Seattle. Of…