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Envisioning the Future of Senior Living Communities: Emerging Technology

An Interview with Dr. Lisa D’Ambrosio of the the MIT AgeLab

November 2, 2016

Envisioning the Future of Senior Living Communities: Emerging Technology

Earlier this year Hebrew SeniorLife Communities sponsored the “Senior Living Communities of the Future Forum” at NewBridge on the Charles as an opportunity for our residents’ adult children to hear from experts in their fields on the future of senior living communities.

We sought insights to some of their most significant concerns as they relate to aging as well as important questions about their vision of the life they want to lead in later years.

Hebrew SeniorLife’s EngAGE event draws national headliners to talk about innovation in aging

Event raised $1.1 million for HSL programs that improve quality of life for seniors

November 1, 2016

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Judy Collins performs at our fourth annual EngAGE event

The biggest applause of this year’s Hebrew SeniorLife EngAGE event came not for the Emmy or Grammy Award winners but for the woman whose YouTube videos went viral and made her a celebrity at age 76. It was only appropriate for an event with the goal of redefining how we think and talk about aging.

The Benefits of Dance/ Movement Therapy for Older Adults with Limited Mobility

A Q&A with Hebrew Rehabilitation Center Dance Therapist Whitney L. DiGeronimo

October 26, 2016

 Dance Therapist Whitney L. DiGeronimo leads a Dance for Parkinson's class at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

For the past two years, registered Dance/Movement Therapist Whitney L. DiGeronimo, MA, R-DMT, has been a member of the Expressive Therapies Department at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. I recently spoke with her about her role and the “Dance for Parkinson’s” class now offered on-site to HRC patients at our Boston and Dedham locations.

Tell us about your professional background and training, and your role at HRC?

Opening Our Hearts and Bringing Goodness Back to the World

Reflections from Hebrew SeniorLife Director of Religious and Chaplaincy Services for the Jewish High Holy Days

October 6, 2016

A photo taken on Rabbi Sara’s trip to Germany. Credit: Braham David/The Boston Globe

On July 2 we lost Elie Wiesel, world-renowned survivor of Auschwitz, author, and voice of conscience. A week later, I went to Germany with a group of Boston-area rabbis, sponsored by the Boston German Consulate. While I blogged recently about that trip, I continue to process the experience and also to hear the reflections of my fellow travelers.

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