“I would like to thank from the depth of my heart the wonderful, compassionate nursing staff which includes all the RN’s, LPN’s and CNA’s. The care they gave me was promptly delivered and the professionalism they showed me gave me the encouragement I needed to heal. Their positive attitude lifted my spirits and helped with my ailments. My heartfelt appreciation to the compassionate therapy staff. No one anywhere can surpass their expertise and caring to help me rehabilitate. I have no words to say how outstanding the staff was. I would highly recommend The Jewish Home to anyone who needs the care and I would like to give a special mention to Raniel and Michelle, my therapists. I would like to express my thanks to Shalom and Ben for making Shabbos so enjoyable. I would not want to forget all the wonderful staff who helped me; Samantha, Regina, Mara, Jonathan, Ariel, Andre, Melanie, Annie, Jacqui, and Jessica.”

– Ephraim Schwinder

“I cannot state how wonderful an experience it has been during those times this past year when my wife’s mom, Adrien Tannenbaum, was cared for at your facility. It was an unfortunate year for us having lost Adrien’s husband Arnold, and Amy’s sister to Covid. It was through those months of hospital care and later rehab at The Jewish Home, that Adrien flourished. Unfortunately, she had to return later in the year after fully recovering from Covid due to other conditions. I have had mixed experiences with other healthcare rehab providers that have cared for Adrien and her husband, and for my parents when they were ill, and I must say that the care given to Adrien was exemplary. From admission to discharge, the people referenced above made our experiences with The Jewish Home pleasant and fruitful.

I will never forget the loving-kindness shown to us during Covid when we could not see Adrien. The facetime conversations were enormously helpful for us all. The therapists called regularly to report on her progress, while the nurses and aides were kind and attentive. Adrien even said that she enjoyed the food! Rest assured that if ever we are in the market for a rehab facility, The Jewish Home will always be my choice. Thank you for the exceptional care and loving-kindness.”

–David Gorenstein

Son-in-law of Adrien Tannenbaum

I Said I Want To Go Back To The Jewish Home!
“I was recently at The Jewish Home for Rehab and was able to be discharged home. Unfortunately, I found myself back in the hospital and when the doctor recommended I needed rehab, I said I want to go back to The Jewish Home. I asked the Hospital Social Worker to see if I could go back to the same unit. To my delight, they not only put me back on the same unit but my old room was available and they thought enough to put me there, so I would have the same aides and nurses. The staff is all very friendly and the therapy helped me immensely. I couldn’t even lift my legs when I got here and now I can go back home independently to my cats.”

–Sharyn Hochman

“When my husband’s doctor recommended physical and occupational therapy, we began researching facilities in our area. Most of our children and grandchildren live in Lakewood and they inquired concerning facilities near them. As a result of their search, we discovered The Jewish Home, close to Lakewood, in nearby Freehold.

A short twenty-minute drive from Lakewood on beautiful country roads, The Jewish Home is a complete rehab facility with all services available, therapists, nurses, doctors, aides, laundry and all associated needs, a wonderful chef, a mashgiach, and a concierge for any issues a guest may have. My husband spent five weeks at The Jewish Home and upon discharge was furnished with recommendations for continued therapy at home. Our time at The Jewish Home was very pleasant, the outdoor areas, walking paths, and patio well-maintained.”

– Mrs. Mendlowitz

Mr. Mendlowitz is pictured above with Dr. Steven Neuman, Director of Physiatry, Doctor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

After contracting COVID 19 over 3 months ago, Kathleen, a retired nurse supervisor, and Bud Uhrig, sweethearts for 62 years chose The Jewish Home of Freehold for their recovery and rehab prior to their return home in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

“My compliments to the hardworking staff. I enjoyed the time spent with them. The rehab department was outstanding, as well as Nava and the activity department who kept us busy and constantly did room visits. Rabbi Langer’s visits and friendly smile made a very challenging time so much more enjoyable!”


“My father was in the hospital after having a TIA and too weak to go home alone. I didn’t know what to do so I called Raquel on a Sunday. She called the social worker at Penn Medicine Princeton, and within 30 minutes she got the paperwork on my dad and verified his Medicare Coverage. Before I knew it, he was at The Jewish Home. I knew I only wanted to have my dad go to The Jewish Home because I am a nurse here and could monitor his progress. Everyone was so great to him and the therapy he got was amazing. After a 3 week stay my dad was ready to go home stronger than before. I’m so happy I work with such great people that make a difference in people’s lives!”

– Rob Wilson

“Thank you to the staff at The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing! Everyone was cordial, friendly and receptive. My stay was extraordinary and everyone was focused on patient care. The meals are excellent and served warm and on time. This is a special hidden restaurant here in Freehold! The nursing staff was extremely accountable and responsible. They went out of their way to make sure that each patient receives the care they deserve.”

– Stuart Kolko

I’m so happy I found The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing!

My doctor, Dr. Snepar, recommended that I go to a facility for IV antibiotics and some rehabilitation. At the time, I had a friend who was also getting rehabilitation at The Jewish Home and said he really liked it. I had an excellent experience at The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing, from the care the nurses gave me who attended to my IV to the aides who helped me with my daily activities. If I rang my bell, I never waited longer then 1 or 2 minutes. The staff was so friendly and caring. Therapy was also very good and helped me gain my strength and endurance back.

– Marjorie Schochet

“I came to The Jewish Home almost two months ago after being in the hospital. I had no knowledge of who I was and no memory. I attribute all my recuperation to The Jewish Home and their staff and management. I would not be able to go home if it wasn’t for all of them. They brought me back to myself. The care is excellent – the management and workers can’t be beat. If it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t have been able to regain my memory, strength, and mobility to function like I did before I came to The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing.

I thank everyone for their help. I’ve been in other Rehabs before and I was never treated as well as I was at The Jewish Home!

– Gwendolyn Meisner

“I’ll never forget my experience at The Jewish Home. The atmosphere is a pleasure and nothing like a rehab – it’s more like a vacation. I encountered many employees and I could not choose the best because they were all excellent. Not only well-trained and disciplined, they afford the care and comfort that I have never found by another rehab, and I’ve been to a few.

They care personally for each patient and I will personally miss everyone that cared for me at The Jewish Home. I can honestly say it is hard to leave such a wonderful place.

– Patricia Cheesman

“I chose The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing after experiencing complications at another facility. I am extremely happy with my rehabilitation progress. The therapists treated me with the highest level of dignity.
Thanks to my Rehabilitation Team I will be able to meet my goals towards recovery. The nursing staff was excellent and took very good care of me.

– Mischa Stollman

“I came to The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing for subacute rehabilitation after having a Total Knee Replacement at Jefferson Health North East Hospital in PA. I knew I was in good hands with my Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Booth, one of the top knee surgeons in the country. To my surprise, my fiance found The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing in Freehold just around the corner from my house. I cannot express how unbelievable the rehabilitation that I received was. My therapists, Michelle and Preston, worked together to explain to me what we were doing every step of the way. They are so patient and caring, yet also firm, and got me back to walking! The staff was so kind and helpful and met all my needs.
Thank you Jewish Home for all you do!

– Larry Karper

Truly An Authentic Jewish Experience
“I selected The Jewish Home for my ongoing care as I was advised by your marketing team that The Jewish Home is deeply interested in being a significant influence in landmark rehabilitation and nursing care for the Jewish community at large, in addition to fulfilling The Jewish Home patients’ and residents’ high standards of kosher dietary requirements and providing a traditional Jewish synagogue led by a competent Orthodox Rabbi to enhance and guide patients’ spiritual practices during the process of a FULL Shabbat And Yom Tov experience and beyond. This then was the deciding factor to recover at The Jewish Home.

I wish to take this opportunity to thank the Administrator of The Jewish Home for the cordial reception I received upon my arrival from the hospital for a period of recuperation, exceptional nursing, and rehabilitation care.

I found my room to be very clean and comfortably appointed, and I especially appreciated there was no pause or hesitation on behalf of the dedicated nursing, rehabilitation, dietary and rabbinic staff to ensure that the personal attention I required for my care would be accomplished.

I am sure I will recall with pleasure my rehabilitation at the Jewish Home. I wish to extend my heartfelt appreciation to Rabbis Josh and Michael for making my Succos experience so meaningful and inspiring.

Congratulations to The Jewish Home on your initial accomplishments and my prayerful wish is that with G-d’s help you go higher and higher.

With Gratitude,
Mrs. Rivkah Schneirson

“I was in another facility prior to coming to The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation, and the therapy here is fantastic. People are so friendly and the food is delicious, I feel at home. I’m happy mostly about the night shift, 11pm-7am. The staff always answer my call bell, and they try to help me go one step and beyond!”

–Joram Heilbronner