Long-Term Care

Heritage Manor offers 24-hour licensed nursing care seven days a week. Click the image to learn more.

Short Term Care

All types of physical, occupational, and emotional therapy are offered seven days a week. Counseling services are available to residents and their families, and those who are undergoing physical therapy. Click the image to learn more.

Adult Day Services

Our program keeps your loved one active and engaged, while providing you with peace of mind. Click the image to learn more.

Meet Barb

Rehabilitation at Heritage Manor helped Barb walk again - and she was able to go home.

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Holocaust survivor Johanna “Hanna” Katz is a new resident at Heritage Manor Rehabilitation and Retirement Community. A longtime New York resident, she recently suffered a gallbladder infection that left her hospitalized for more than a week; and her daughter, Youngstown resident Barbara Ostrolenk, wanted to move her close by for care. Born Johanna Bauer on Sept. 22, 1911, in Giessen, Germany, she was an only child who lost both of her parents in the Holocaust. She met her husband, Alfred, at age 23, and they were married in August 1938. That same year, they escaped Germany with what few belongings they could and immigrated to Washington Heights, N.Y., on the SS Manhattan. In 1951, they moved to Rego Park in Queens, where Katz remained until her move to Heritage Manor this year Read more in the October Jewish Journal Monthly Magazine (page 16). 

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