New staff welcomed at Littauer Nursing Home
GLOVERSVILLE — Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home is proud to welcome Kerry Benway, Social Worker and Amanda Grossman, Director of Recreation Therapy to their nursing home staff.
Kerry Benway is a Social Worker providing assistance to nursing home residents and their families. Benway’s experience serving families is an asset to the Littauer residents.
“I’m proud to be a part of a positive and strong team that provides excellent care to our residents as well as support to our families at Littauer,” said Benway. “I feel we are a family-infused community working together to meet everyone’s needs.”
Amanda Grossman is the Director of Recreation Therapy in the Nathan Littauer Nursing Home, providing daily programs to residents on that focus on cognitive, emotional, spiritual and physical well-being ultimately improving their overall quality of life.
Grossman came to Littauer after finishing a practicum at Albany Medical Center working in the Recreation Therapy Department. She received her Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation from the State University of New York at Cortland.
“My experience at Nathan Littauer has been amazing,” said Grossman. “The residents, staff and community make my work feel like a home away from home. I’m hoping my presence here is doing the same for our residents and staff.”
About Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home
Nathan Littauer Hospital and Family of Health Services serves Fulton, Montgomery, and Hamilton counties in upstate New York with a full-service, 84-bed acute care hospital, 10 primary care centers, a nursing home and a community education center. The hospital was founded in 1894 and has nearly 1,000 employees. Littauer’s medical staff provides well over 130,000 patient encounters each year. For more information, please visit www.nlh.org.