The Los Angeles Jewish Home Blog
  • Senseless Love

    It's hard to talk about love without sounding corny. Luckily I don't mind sounding corny when a profound issue is at hand: we live in a time of great tension, anger and division. The holiday of Tisha B'av just passed. It always comes during the month before the month before Rosh Hashanah, and commemorates the destruction of the Temples in Jerusalem. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Aug 19, 2019
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  • Providing Passage

    When it comes to providing comfort for patients and their families facing end-of-life transitions, Skirball Hospice is in a league of its own. Its warmth, professionalism, and compassionate care are renowned nationwide and have been a source of support for so many people across Southern California, including Pearl Tarnor, of blessed memory. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Aug 19, 2019
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  • Accessing the [Medicare] Advantage

    Broach the topic of healthcare in America, and the ensuing discussion is likely to take place at top volume. Everybody, it seems, has an opinion about spiraling costs and lack of access to care. One approach to streamlining expenses while retaining high-quality care is Medicare Advantage, a plan that is growing in popularity and is increasingly providing coverage to more and more seniors at the Jewish Home. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Aug 5, 2019
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  • At the Jewish Home, the Beat Goes On

    The rhythm of daily life at the Jewish Home makes it a warm and nurturing place to be, particularly for residents with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia. The Home is also full of actual rhythm— opportunities for those residents to access the therapeutic benefits of music making. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Aug 5, 2019
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  • New Study Highlights Effectiveness of Medical Home for Seniors

    Much has been written about the benefits of having a "medical home"—the term used to describe a patient-centered, team-based, coordinated approach to primary care. A recent two-year pilot study—conducted by the Los Angeles Jewish Home through its Brandman Research Institute (BRI)—has shed important new light on the effectiveness of the medical home model for seniors, particularly independent and assisted living residents. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Jul 16, 2019
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