Jewish Senior Living magazine   2016/2017

JSL Magazine 2016 cover

On the Cover

Not only is she written up in the pages of this magazine, but Lynne Frank Page should also go down in the annals of history. After all, her grand gift is helping the Jewish Home of San Francisco make history. Read all about it.

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The Jewish Home of San Francisco is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, and Jewish Home & Senior Living Foundation.

Contents

MAKING HISTORY … FROM THE GROUND UP

We capture a historic happening at the Jewish Home with a photo spread of the ceremonial groundbreaking for our campus transformation and redevelopment. We are honored to include a listing of our campaign champions to date, whose splendid support is helping make our vision a reality.

CAPSTONE OF GENEROSITY INSPIRES CORNERSTONE ON CONSTRUCTION

When the new assisted living building rises on the Jewish Home’s redeveloped campus it will honor Lynne Frank Page’s late husband and her ongoing commitment to the Jewish Home.

HELEN DILLER FAMILY FOUNDATION GRANTS THE GREEN LIGHT TO GROWING THE JEWISH HOME’S LANDSCAPE

Spanning significant Bay Area projects to international programs, and now, right on Jewish Home (ground), this family’s Foundation advances teens and trees, communities and courtyards.

SPECIFIC STATE OR SIDE EFFECT? SEEKING A SAFER PRESCRIPTION FOR COMPLEX MEDICAL CONDITIONS

The Jewish Home is gearing up to participate in a new study on how to improve the prescribing of medicine in older adults with complex medical conditions.

RESEARCH STUDY’S RESULTS WILL BENEFIT RESIDENTS

Extending from the general community to the Jewish Home’s population, new research outcomes have great potential value.

CULTIVATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRISTS

Once they have done their stint as an intern or fellow in the Jewish Home’s acute geriatric psychiatry hospital, it is not unusual for trainees to turn to the practice of geriatric psychiatry and medicine.

FULFILLED AND FULL OF PRIDE

It was the right choice all around when Gina Wittert decided to join the Jewish Home’s nursing staff nine years ago.

EASE THAT COMES WITH PEACE OF MIND

An innovative Jewish Home program ensures that “at risk” patients discharged from STARS can return to a safe and orderly home.

THE CASE FOR CONSIDERATE CARE

Case managers collaborate with both families and insurance companies to provide the best results for patients.

MY LINE ON STARS: HIPS AND KNEES AND HIGH HOLY DAYS, OH MY!

Toni Ann Secrest, who is Catholic, twice checked into STARS for rehab after surgery and was thrilled to celebrate the Jewish holidays of both Rosh Hashanah and Passover.

THERE’S SO MUCH MORE WITH A SURFACE PRO 4

From meeting room to resident’s room, PC to TV, new Surface tablets are changing the way they work and play in the Jewish Home’s Life Enrichment department.

ALL IN THE JEWISH HOME FAMILY

When Stephen Heffner moved into the Jewish Home, he brought his collection of Norman Lear’s iconic 1970s’ TV series and his own jokes to share with his new community.

PROOF THAT THE SUM OF 2+2 = FORE

It all added up to a winning 22nd annual golf tournament, dinner and auction. Thanks to the sportsmanship and generosity of game golfers and stalwart supporters, this fundraising event for the benefit of the Jewish Home totted up an excellent bottom line.

THEY’VE GOT GAME – ONCE A YEAR

Gerald Scher and William Bassett may not be serious golfers, but they would never miss a Jewish Home fundraising golf tournament.

DOWN HOME IN DIXIE’S LAND

Dixie Waldrip knows how to “work a room.” Now the gregarious wife of a Jewish Home resident is a beloved and valued Jewish Home volunteer.


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