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Updates on Visitors, Housekeeping and Coffee

May 29, 2020 – Westchester County has entered the Governor’s Phase I of reopening as of Tuesday this week. Thank you for staying the course while we work together to…

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The Latest on COVID Precautions

Most of the COVID news reporting since COVID started has emphasized the need to isolate, avoid being near people, and to stay indoors. The reports emphasized the “invisible enemy lurking…

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The Latest on COVID-19 at Kendal on Hudson

May 15, 2020 – Spring is upon us and, naturally, everyone is eager to be out and about. Coupled with a resident population eager to end quarantine, Administration is receiving…

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Kendal on Hudson Supports Local Food Drive

Sleepy Hollow, NY, May 5, 2020 — Pamela Klapproth, Executive Director and CEO of Kendal on Hudson, proudly announced the community’s donation to the Community Opportunity Center of Sleepy Hollow…

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The Latest on Covid-19 at Kendal on Hudson

May 1, 2020 WHY we continue with our restrictions:  • The curve of infection rate is flattening, but new cases are diagnosed daily, especially in Westchester County • We continue…

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Pamela Klapproth named Kendal on Hudson ED/CEO

Howard Smith, Chair of the Board of Directors, has announced that veteran senior living administrator Pamela B. Klapproth has been selected as Kendal on Hudson’s new CEO/Executive Director. Klapproth’s first…

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Update on COVID-19 at Kendal on Hudson

April 24, 2020 As we approach May, Kendal on Hudson continues to be diligent regarding COVID-19 and keeping the community safe. All previous precautions are still in place to limit…

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COVID-19 Update

  Because COVID-19 has become pervasive throughout Westchester County, we are continuing to take precautions to limit the spread of this dangerous virus. We are strongly and actively encouraging our…

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Coronavirus Precautions

We are learning that Covid-19 takes different paths and manifests differently in each individual.  Symptoms can be mild or not evident at all. We strongly advise all independent living residents…

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