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Your Guide for Residents & Families at the Hebrew Home
At the bank, you can get change, buy
postage stamps, and purchase vouchers
for beauty salon services.
If you wish, you may open a bank account
at the Home with a check for $100. What is
not used will be refunded.
Please do not
keep more than a few dollars of cash
in your room.
The bank is open in the afternoon, usually
1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in SK and 3 to 4 p.m. in
Wasserman. The bank is closed on legal
and Jewish holidays. If you have an active
Home bank account, you may also with-
draw funds at the front desk from 4 – 8 on
weekdays and from 8:30 - 12 and from 4 - 8
on weekends.
Beauty Salon Services
Haircuts (men’s and women’s) perms, color,
sets, shampoos and manicures are available
in our Ratner Beauty Salons, located on the
lobby level in each building. Hours of serv-
ice and fees are posted in the salon.
Volunteers or staff can escort you to the
There is no tipping.
Salon PS operates our salons. Check your
move-in packet or the
website for details on how to make appoint-
ments, pay for services and purchase gift
certificates. In the salon, payments may also
be made by check, pre-authorized credit card
or Hebrew Home vouchers.
Volunteers may also be available to do nail
polish changes for residents. The recreation
calendar will list times and locations for this
free service.
If you need assistance cutting fingernails, ask
your nursing aide.
Computers, e-mail and Internet
Computers for resident use are located
in the Conservatory and at other kiosks.
Residents may obtain the password/code
from Recreation Therapy, Social Work or
Volunteers. Volunteers are available to help
residents learn to use computers; call
We offer complimentary Wi-Fi hotspots as a
free amenity for residents who bring their
own computers and for their visitors who
have mobile computers. This service is
available in the Conservatory, Rutstein
Wi-Fi Café, and resident rooms. You may
obtain a passcode from your nurse manager,
social worker or recreation therapist.
The Hebrew Home limits Wi-Fi misuse and
blocks inappropriate Internet access.
Residents who wish to have unlimited
Internet access or secure access should set
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