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  • ASN Graduation

    Congratulations to the 2019 Vocational Nurse class which graduated from the Annenberg School of Nursing (ASN)! A moving ceremony, attended by friends and family members of the graduates, was held at the Eisenberg Village Campus of the Jewish Home. Amandeep Kaur, director of ASN, advised the students, "Don’t lose the passion you have had for the last 13 months." Sheldon Steier, chair of the ASN Board of Directors, said, "We salute your extraordinary efforts. We know the sacrifice you and your families have made to reach this goal and we share in the joy of your new profession." READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Apr 16, 2019
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  • A Dog That Brings the Divine

    For National Volunteer Month, we bring you a story of one of many dedicated Jewish Home volunteers. Residents at the Home positively light up when Barbara Willahan and her black Labrador mix, Jack, arrive for a visit every Tuesday. One by one, the dog gently, and lovingly, rests his head in their laps, offering a measure of warmth and compassion that brightens their entire week. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Apr 16, 2019
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  • The Beauty of Poetry Runs More Than Skin Deep

    April is National Poetry Month, celebrating an artform that can be evocative, challenging, and inspirational. In honor of this month, we filmed three Jewish Home residents talking about their interactions with poetry—how it inspires them and sparks their creativity even when encountered later in life—and reading original works. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Apr 10, 2019
    Posted in: For the Mind, For the Spirit, Around the Home
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  • Tips for "the Talk": How to Discuss a Move to Senior Living

    Broaching the subject of moving into a senior living community can be a challenge. Change is hard, and sometimes our friends and loved ones may not feel ready to make the transition. Some may view a potential move as scary or have specific anxieties about a perceived loss of independence. But if you have determined now is the right time, the following tips may help make the conversation a little easier. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Apr 1, 2019
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  • A Dual Perspective on Volunteering

    When Casey Joseph began volunteering at the Jewish Home in 1993, she had no idea she and her husband Ray would be moving in a quarter century later. Though, as she points out, making the Home her permanent address was a highly effective method of shortening her commute. "I've been coming here every Thursday for 26 years, so it was already my home away from home. Now that it's my actual home, it makes getting to the volunteer office a lot easier!" she laughs. READ MORE »

    Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home  |  Apr 1, 2019
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