Blog 2017-06-19T15:37:46+00:00
102, 2018

Putting the “Care” back in “Healthcare”

The goal at The Allure Group, as at every healthcare facility, is to provide each and every patient with the best possible care. Unfortunately the demands placed upon medical professionals -- whether because of healthcare policy, insurance costs or the sheer demand for services -- [...]

1912, 2017

Seniors in Love: Making Nursing-Home Romance Safe For All

Few seem to want to acknowledge that sex among seniors is a reality -- that amorous activity is common in nursing homes, bringing with it a multitude of issues. “Sex falls right smack dab in the middle of who we are as people,” Marguerite McLaughlin, [...]

1011, 2017

5 Facts to Know About Baby Boomers and Healthcare

The challenges to the health-care system posed by Baby Boomers -- defined as those Americans born between 1946 and 1964 -- cannot be underestimated. As I wrote for CNBC recently, no fewer than 10,000 Boomers are retiring every day. No, that is not a misprint; [...]

210, 2017

Solving Healthcare for New York City’s Aging Immigrants

New York City has more than lived up to its “melting pot” label: people of all ages, countries, and cultures share space on the map. It matters little whether you’re from China or Canada: live here long enough, and you’ll learn to dodge tourists and [...]

1909, 2017

The Allure Group Celebrates Back-To-School Season with Free Backpacks

It's back-to-school season and the older-generation residents at The Allure Group's Harlem Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation are generously giving kids the tools they need to get a worry-free education. Founded by healthcare entrepreneur Joel Landau, The Allure Group is comprised of one-stop centers throughout New [...]

1808, 2017

OmniVR Brings Virtual Rehabilitation to Allure’s Bedford Center

If you know me, you’ll know how excited I am about innovation in healthcare, and how privileged I feel when given the opportunity to integrate it into my business endeavors to help people. As it happens, rehabilitation technology is advancing rapidly in ways that would [...]

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