Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home right for me?

At the Blumkin Home, we try to make your care decision a pleasant process. We fully assess your individual needs and evaluate your personal preferences to make sure we can offer you the best care possible. Our staff is available to answer your questions with information that helps you feel comfortable and confident in your decision. Please call our Admissions Department at (402) 330-4272 or email us at elucoff(at)

2. Do I have to be Jewish to come to the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home?

No. While the Mission of the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home is to care for the needs of the Jewish elderly, we welcome residents of diverse backgrounds and faiths.

3. How do I arrange a tour of the Home?

We are very proud of our facility and encourage you to visit so we can show you around the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home and answer your questions in person. If you are considering the RBJH, a tour can be arranged by contacting our Admissions Department at (402) 330-4272 or email us at elucoff(at)

If you or your loved one is hospitalized and would like to use the Blumkin Home for rehabilitation services, please contact the hospital discharge planner to help you arrange a tour of our facility.

4. What is your admission process or requirements?

The Blumkin Home does not ask prospective residents to fill out an admission application. All potential admissions are reviewed based on the specific needs of each individual. If you are considering the Blumkin Home for your care or for the care of a family member, please direct questions regarding the admissions process to our Admissions Department at (402) 330-4272 or email us at elucoff(at)

5. What types of therapy services are provided at the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home?

Our full time Therapy Department provides Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy in a state-of-the-art rehabilitation suite. Our staff also includes a Restorative Therapist who works with residents to maintain their strength and mobility.

In addition, the Blumkin Home offers a therapy-driven Wellness Program that consists of weights, various exercise equipment and core strengthening.

7. What forms of payments or insurance are accepted?

The Rose Blumkin Jewish Home is a Medicare and Medicaid certified facility. We accept a wide variety of supplemental and long term care policies and are available to check your specific situation. Please contact our Admissions Department at (402) 330- 4272 or email us at elucoff(at)

8. How do I make a donation to the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home?

Each gift to the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home is used for the direct benefit of our residents. Giving opportunities include L.O.V.E., Tribute Cards, and gifts of appreciated securities, including marketable stocks and bonds. For these and additional giving options, please contact us at (402) 330-4272.

Thank you very much for your generosity.

9. Don’t see your questions here? Call us at 402-330-4272.