October 28, 2022

5 Money Management Tips for Senior Citizens

Good money management is always important, but as we age and our financial needs change, it becomes absolutely critical. Living on a fixed income can seem like a scary thought, but there are a number of resources and tools that can help you realize financial security and preparedness as a senior. Here are our top … Read More

July 21, 2022

Thank you for helping our residents and staff live life to the fullest

Kline Galland has long been recognized as one of the finest skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers in the country. The reason why? Our people. Kline Galland has an amazing community of residents, an exceptional team of healthcare professionals, and a dedicated group of volunteers, donors and leaders. The impact this community has on the lives … Read More

July 21, 2022

Kline Galland’s Chai Lites 2021 Annual Report Available Now!

Hot off the press! The latest edition of our Chai Lites Newsletter is available now. This summer’s Chai Lites covers the 2021 Report to the Community– our 2021 Annual Report showcasing year we had. As a non-profit organization, it’s important to us that we share the impact we have on our community, highlight our successes … Read More

April 13, 2022

How to make your own matzo bread for Passover this year

We all know food is an integral part of Jewish celebrations, and Passover is no exception. Passover, an eight-day-long celebration that commemorates the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, is recognized by the iconic matzo bread.  Featured prominently during the Passover Seder, matzo is an unleavened bread originally intended to last for long periods of … Read More

January 21, 2022

Tech Tips: How to Easily Use Video-based Platforms

New technology can certainly be intimidating or frustrating. However, there are many resources available to help ensure that you or a loved one are capable of handling. In this vein, we wanted to take a moment and point out some tips and tricks to help streamline the process and eliminate frustration – allowing more time … Read More

December 22, 2021

Looking back on a year of challenges and achievements

It’s hard to believe we are already at the close of 2021 (and for some it can’t end soon enough). But even with all the trials and tribulations of another twelve months navigating a pandemic, it’s still been a remarkable and, in many ways, inspiring year. I would like to take a moment to recognize … Read More

December 22, 2021

From our table to yours: Pan-Fried Beef and Black Pepper Dumplings

Anecdotally, the Jewish tradition of eating Chinese food on Christmas Day was first documented in America in the late 1800s. The last century has only helped reaffirm the popular tradition, with Chinese restaurants becoming synonymous as gathering spots for Jewish people across the United States to gather with friends, family, and share a memorable meal. … Read More