About Germantown Home:

At Germantown Home, we understand that your role as a professional caregiver, social worker or discharge planner is vital to the health and well-being of the seniors you serve. We also recognize the value you place on quality, trust and efficiency. That’s why our skilled professional team works so diligently to make the admission and discharge processes as smooth, as quick and as seamless as possible. To learn more about what makes Germnatown Home unique, click here.

To learn more about our Social Work Team, please click HERE.

When you refer a senior to Germantown Home, you can rest assured that our expert professional staff will provide the high quality long-term, skilled or respite services your senior needs.

To make a referral, click here, or contact Theresa Dietz at 215-951-7606 or tdietz@newcourtland.org. We accept admissions 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

To read more about Germantown and the services we offer, click HERE:

For business inquiries contact our Director of Business Development, Alison Corter at 215-951-4210 or Acorter1@newcourtland.org.

 

Special Events:

We are hosting a Virtual Health and Wellness Fair on Wednesday, April 21!

Starting at 11:00 AM and going until 1:30 PM, this virtual fair will cover various educational topics including fall reductions and balance promotion; advanced directives; seasonal safety and many more. There will be raffle prizes as well (pre-registration is necessary to be eligible).

To register, go to: bit.ly/NCSeniorHealthFair

For more information please see click HERE. If you have any questions, contact Alison Corter at 215-951-4210 or acroter1@newcourtland.org.

 

Join Us On Wednesday, April 21 For A CE Webinar Titled The Evolution Of The Industry: What We Learned From The Pandemic

Germantown Home, along with Rothkoff, NASW and InnovAge, is hosting this event. The discussion, led by Bryan J. Adler Esq., CELA, will enable participants to:

• Identify weaknesses and lapses in currently employed infection controls
• Explain proposed government regulations to address future pandemics
• Identify private industry proposals and strategies to create more dignified elder care
models and state how those models may create better infection controls
• Explain how to advocate for the aging population in the current environment

This CE webinars offer 2 credits* for social workers,
nursing home administrators, assisted living
administrators, case managers and hr professionals
SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP.

*To receive your CE certificate, include professional license ID# upon registration.

For more information please click here. To register go to bit.ly/LearningWithNewCourtland.