New York, NY, December 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- As the weather outside drops and the holiday season arrives, Americans everywhere have already begun their annual practice of celebrations and New Years resolutions.
No one is looking forward to the celebration of the New Year more than Brooklyn Queens Nursing Home. The entire nursing home has been beautifully decorated in honor of the festive spirit of the holiday season. The environment around Brooklyn Queens Nursing Home has been lovingly altered to contribute to the enjoyment of the holiday cheer. Families and friends of all residents are welcome to join their loved ones in celebration of the holiday season.
“The holidays can be a tough time for our residents since they are away from their homes. To that end we work as hard as possible to make them surrounded by love and care. Additionally we extend a warm invitation to the families of our residents to come and spread the holiday cheer,” said Marty Dicker, Administrator at Brooklyn Queens Nursing Home. “We at the facility will be giving our residents health and wellness tips they can use as New Years resolutions, including nutrition advice and workout regimens appropriate for seniors.”
All families and friends of staff and residents are not only welcome, but encouraged to take part in the elaborately planned festivities, including the annual holiday banquet and many celebratory events. Brooklyn Queens Nursing Home hopes all its residents, employees, and loved ones have a happy and healthy new year.
Brooklyn Queens Nursing Home is a premier 140-bed nursing and rehabilitation care center that provides comprehensive inpatient care to all its residents. Located at 2749 Linden Blvd, Brooklyn, NY 11208, Brooklyn Queens’ professional and compassionate staff provides around-the-clock medical and nursing care in a caring and comfortable environment that centers around its residents.
Brooklyn Queens offers outstanding short-term rehabilitation for individuals coming from an acute-care setting, as well as superior long-term care and hospice care. Brooklyn Queens Nursing Home has an exceptional staff of physical, occupational and speech therapists that carefully tailors unique recovery programs for each and every resident.
For more information on Brooklyn Queens Nursing Home, visiting hours or general inquiries, please contact Administrator Marty Dicker at 718.277.5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Like them at Facebook.com/BkQuRehab and Follow them at Twitter.com/BkQuRehab.