Increased longevity is definitely a triumph for all mankind, and can be considered as direct result of social and economic development. But at the same time, while the population is aging, many people face, or are at risk of having at least one chronic disease or condition. Elly Kleinman, Americare CEO and founder, says that population aging continues to grow in every country in every part of the world, not just in the United Sates. Many countries are moving more rapidly and are further along in the process than the U.S. Nevertheless, since population aging affects so many aspects of our public life, there is plenty of room for learning from each other’s experiences.
Elly Kleinman regularly points out the number of problems when providing and obtaining quality products and services. As a result of this, such problems are reflected today in the wide variation in use of health care services, the underuse and overuse of some services, and misuse of others. Objectives like improving the quality of health care and reducing medical errors should be priorities in our modern society.
Each day, millions of people across the country receive quality health care from health care companies like Americare. This helps them to maintain or restore their health and ability to normally function. Yet, there are far too many people that do not receive such quality health. The problems of quality are reflected in a wide variation in the use of health care services, underuse of some services, overuse of other services, and misuse of services, including an unacceptable level of errors.
Although there are tons of forces that are changing the face of today’s healthcare, Elly Kleinman, Americare founder, argues that nothing will change the way nursing is practiced more than current advances in technology. In the past couple of years, we’ve witnessed amazing innovations in technology, that are changing the world at a rapid speed, and the healthcare industry is no exception to the rise in disruptive technology. In fact, probably nowhere is this more evident than in healthcare settings. Over the past fifty years medical technology has experienced explosive growth on a global scale, and in the last decade in particular, healthcare has moved toward customized, individualized treatment.
Emerging technologies have changed the way we fight and deal with diseases. Our brains are the most important and most complex organs. Until this day the brain and its function, remains a big unsolved mystery, with so many things left to be discovered. Elly Kleinman, Americare Companies founder has been actively involved in the healthcare industry for over three decades. As he explains, in the past couple of years, medicine has gone through the biggest transformation. Thanks to the development of technology, health care providers have been able to record progress in almost every field of medicine.
Seniors who regularly practice moderate to intense exercise have better chances to preserve their mental abilities over the next five years, compared to older people who don’t exercise. A recent study conducted by Americare and led by CEO Elly Kleinman, showed that on average, brains in less active older people look 10 years “older” than in those who regularly exercise. Aging is a natural process and there is nothing we can do about it, but as reported on Kleinman’s Rananim profile, there are things that can ease this process, and allow them to age more gracefully. Elderly people who exercise regularly also did better in memory tests and process information faster, which indicates that exercising, reduces the risk of cognitive decline.
There is a wide range of in home health care services that can Americare provides. Home care is usually less expensive, more convenient and what people prefer.
1. Companion Care
For our basic level of care, Elly Kleinman Americare Companies | CrunchBase caregivers provide services such as:
Homecare Grant Program
Americare Home Health Company understands the daily needs and challenges that must be met by individuals with multiple sclerosis and their caregivers. In order to meet these needs in the most timely and efficient manner, Americare Home Health Program serves as a liaison between the patient and the local resources that are available to meet his or her specific needs. Should resources within the patient’s community be unavailable, direct support will be provided on a temporary basis through the Americare Home Health Program.
The The Americare Companies, through the sponsorship of the Greater New York Alzheimer’s Association, holds a monthly caregiver support group on the first Wednesday of each month, between 10:00 to 11:30 AM. The group started in the small conference room of the Americare Center with a group of 7 to 9 members. However, with increasing interest and need, the group outgrew the space and relocated to the first floor social hall in the Jewish Home at New York, now numbering 15. The support group is open to anyone in the community as well as the families of the Americare program who care for a family member with Alzheimer’s Disease or related dementia.
Kleinman Family Holocaust Education Center is a public charity that is formed by Elly Kleinman in order to expand, contribute, disburse and teach the history of the holocaust, and to provide information, books and other educational materials relative. This center is mainly supported by contributions and donations. In addition, this centre is consisted of a museum, research library, and an interview room where survivors can record and document their own, personal accounts of Nazi atrocities. KFHEC is located in the neighborhood of Brooklyn and is most easily reached by car, subway bus or express bus.