WellSpring Speaker: Mind-Body Practices Show Positive Health Impact

Dr. Catherine Isaac, from Scarsdale Medicine Group’s Mind-Body Medicine Department, gave a presentation at The Osborn about “The Mind-Body Medicine Approach to Coping with Illness.” The presentation was part of The Osborn’s WellSpring program which includes a series of talks that are free and open to the public. The Impact of Stress on Health Dr. Isaac gave […]

Osborn Home Care Guest Shares Individualized Approach to Healthy Heart Care

Dr. Joonun (Chris) Choi, a heart specialist with the Stamford Health Medical Group and affiliated with Stamford Hospital, was a recent guest on “Good Living with Michele Thomas,” which airs every other Tuesday at 9:30am on WGCH (1490 am). Thomas is the Executive Vice President of Osborn Home Care with offices in Greenwich and Rye. Choi is a […]

The Cost of Not Taking Your Medicine

How many times have you gone to the doctor, been prescribed a prescription and not filled it?  Have you ever decided not to finish taking one of your prescription medicines because you feel “better” already?  If your answer to either one of these questions is yes, you are not alone.  There is currently an epidemic […]

Matthew Anderson Joins Rye Library Board

The Rye Library welcomes new trustee Matthew Anderson to its board. Matthew Anderson is the President and CEO of The Osborn, a Continuum of Care Community in Rye, New York, where he has worked for over 18 years in progressively senior operating positions. Mr. Anderson is a licensed New York State skilled nursing facility administrator. He holds a Bachelor […]

WellSpring Wednesday – 6 Things I Learned About Ulcers

Ulcers.  Everyone has heard about ulcers.  How do you know if you have one?  What causes ulcers?  Almost 16 million adults of all ages nationwide reported having an ulcer in 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics.  As Catherine Saint Louis shared her own personal experience in “6 […]

Geriatrician Talks About Safety at Home for our Aging Population

Michele Thomas, EVP of Osborn Home Care, recently interviewed Dr. Allison Ostroff, Geriatric Physician and Director of the Division of Geriatrics at Stamford Hospital. “Good Living with Michele Thomas” airs every other Tuesday at 9:30am on WGCH (1490 am). Dr. Ostroff is one of few geriatricians in the area. She has training in issues of […]

Osborn Employee Awarded LeadingAge New York’s Employee of Distinction

The Employee of Distinction Award recognizes the extraordinary dedication of direct service and indirect service staff, not part of upper management.  There are many different qualities the candidate can have.  Perhaps they have positively affected the quality of life of those served or cared for, greatly improved programs which enhanced the overall services or displays […]

Walk, Stretch or Dance? Dancing May Be Best for the Brain

Could learning the cha-cha keep our mind sharp?  Can waltzing protect our brains from aging? There is a new study that used country dancing to compare the neurological effects with those of walking and other activities.  It does suggest there is a connection that could make dancing an unusual way to slow down the aging of our brain due […]

The Osborn Welcomes New Director for Rehabilitation Center

The Osborn welcomes Robert P. D’Elia, MSPT, MHA, to lead Rehabilitation Services at The Osborn Pavilion. The Osborn provides physical, occupational and speech therapy in a bright, modern rehabilitation center on its Rye campus. The center serves patients on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. Mr. D’Elia brings a decade of professional experience in the field […]

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