Magazine
Subscribe
Editorial
Media Kit
Talk to us

News Jan 29, 2013 - 2:57:55 PM


Holocaust Survivors Care Fund announced

By The Jewish Home





Font size: Small Big
Email this article
 Printer friendly page
Share this article:
facebook del.icio.us Yahoo! MyWeb Digg reddit Furl Blinklist Spurl
Buy the "As seen on" mug
FAIRFIELD, CT - The Jewish Home in Fairfield, CT has announced the establishment of a Holocaust Survivors Care Fund that will be used to ensure that every area survivor of the Holocaust in World War II has access to the best possible senior living care for the rest of their lives regardless of their ability to pay for these services.

“There are fewer and fewer survivors of the Holocaust, yet the sad reality of their experience must never be forgotten. We are privileged to be a part of the survivors’ lives and the Jewish Home community will be enriched if they spend even a day with us.” said President & CEO, Andrew Banoff. “The Jewish Home was founded on the principle of caring for those in our community, and we must ensure that every single survivor of this great tragedy live the remainder of their lives with dignity and respect”

This Fund will ensure that any survivor who has lived in either Fairfield or New Haven County for at least 1 year will have access to any service of The Jewish Home, whether that be care in their own home, in one of our buildings, at our adult day center, or even consultative services and assessments. While most seniors are covered by Medicare or Medicaid, The Jewish Home wants to make certain that not a single survivor is denied access to care for financial reasons.

To make a donation to the Holocaust Survivors Care Fund please contact Michael Divers at (203) 365-6406 or mdivers@jhe.org.

The Jewish Home is one of the premiere providers of senior health services in Connecticut. The 5 star skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation facility has been serving the community for 39 years with an unparalleled level of quality and personalized care. The dedicated team of caring professionals provides specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care, outpatient rehab, as well as a full range of home care and companion services in client’s homes throughout Southwestern Connecticut. To find out more about the services of The Jewish Home for a loved one, please contact Liz Lockwood at (203) 396-1024 or llockwood@jhe.org.




© Copyright by StamfordPlus.com. Some articles and pictures posted on our website, as indicated by their bylines, were submitted as press releases and do not necessarily reflect the position and opinion of StamfordPlus.com, Stamford Plus magazine, Canaiden LLC or any of its associated entities. Articles may have been edited for brevity and grammar.




[an error occurred while processing this directive]




Note: We reserve the right to delete posts at any time if we decide that they are offensive or distasteful.
CURRENT HEADLINES:
WSHU Public Radio Group Names Sarah M. Wolcheski Membership Associate
Blumenthal, Murphy, Esty Announce $358,625 Grant for the Northfield Volunteer Fire Company
Rep. Molgano Sponsors New Law After UConn Sexual Assault Cases
Malloy: Bond commission agenda supports nonprofit collaboration, efficiency
Baltimore Comes to Silvermine


Top of Page










StamfordPlus.com is part of the Canaiden Online Media Network.
Stamford Plus Online | Norwalk Plus Online | Canaiden.com | Best of Norwalk | Best of Stamford | Hauterfly Magazine | SummerCampPlus.com

Copyright ©2005-2010 Canaiden,LLC All Rights Reserved.