May 2017
Featured Member
Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital
(Baltimore, MD)
We are very proud to announce that our Featured Member for the month of May is: Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital

To read the featured story,
Visit their website here.

Featured AJAS Business Partner
LTC Consulting Services
(Howell, NJ)
LTC collections director Chaim Cohen observes that the pressure to file claims in a timely manner - and the need for healthcare businesses to constantly move forward - often leave any lingering collection issues in the dust. That, of course, means perfectly collectible money uncollected.

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Upcoming Events
2017 Philanthropy and Fundraising Regional Meeting
Where: Daughters of Sarah Senior Community (Albany, NY)
When: July 25th - 26th, 2017

Click here for more information and to register
Amy Schectman Appointed to Governor's Council to
Address Aging
Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly
(Brighton, MA)
On Wednesday, April 12, JCHE President and CEO Amy Schectman was sworn in to serve on the Commonwealth's very first Governor's Council to Address Aging in Massachusetts.
At a ceremony at MIT AgeLab in Cambridge, Governor Charlie Baker signed the Executive Order establishing the Council. Amy Schectman was among the 24 leaders representing business, philanthropy, health care, technology, advocacy, policy, and senior caregiving, appointed to the Council.


AgeWell Pittsburgh Wins $150,000 Grand Prize for Exceptional Collaboration Among Nonprofits
Jewish Association on Aging
(Pittsburgh, PA)
AgeWell Pittsburgh, a senior care collaboration between the Jewish Association on Aging, the Jewish Community Center and Jewish Family and Children's Service, was the grand prize winner of the 2017 Lodestar Foundation Collaboration Prize, beating out 350 other entries from across the country. The prize is for $150,000 that will be shared among the three agencies. The Lodestar Foundation created the prize to raise awareness of successful nonprofit collaborations and to provide a way to share best practices.

Muslim Soup Kitchen Project Volunteers Visit with Residents at Daughters of Sarah 
Daughters of Sarah Senior Community
(Albany, NY)
Volunteers from the Muslim Soup Kitchen Project visited with residents at Daughters of Sarah Nursing Center, and together they worked on a flower project for Spring. "All of our activities focus on maintaining and strengthening one's skills and abilities, including fine motor skills, planning and decision making, cognitive skills, eye-hand coordination, socialization, and so on," stated Mary Roy, Director of Recreation at Daughters of Sarah Nursing Center. 
The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Names Jewish Senior Life A Winner of the Rochester Metro Area 2017 Top Workplaces Award
Jewish Senior Life
(Rochester, NY)
Jewish Senior Life has been named a 2017 Top Workplace by The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of a confidential employee feedback survey administered by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, a leading research firm that specializes in organizational health and workplace improvement. Several aspects of workplace culture were measured, including
Alignment, Execution, and Connection, just to name a few.

JCHE Celebrates Passover 
Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly
(Brighton, MA)
At the Brighton campus and at the Coleman House, JCHE's Rabbinic intern, Moshe Givental, conducted a multicultural Seder. Reading from a newly revised edition of the Haggadah translated into English, Russian, Mandarin, and Hebrew, Moshe invited residents representing the Russian and Chinese communities to read passages from the book in their native languages.

Because JCHE is home to seniors of all backgrounds, religions, and beliefs, their multicultural Seder celebrated freedom for all people-regardless of race, ethnicity, or religion-who have fled oppression or who have been displaced from their homes.

Everyone felt included, welcome and wanted at the event.