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February 2018

Malnutrition in Seniors: What it is, why it’s bad, and how we can stop it

A guide to the problems and solutions of malnutrition in seniors

February 28, 2018

Malnutrition is exactly what it sounds like – a lack of nutrition. However, the reasons why it so often effects seniors is more complex. Usually, it’s a combination of problems, some of which include:

Hebrew SeniorLife Celebrates Black History Month

February 20, 2018

As Americans we are all connected to the rich history of our nation, and Black History Month gives us the opportunity to honor the particular contributions African Americans have made to our uniquely American culture. We celebrate their achievements and recognize their central role in U.S. history. 

Music Close to Heart Brings Joy to HRC Patients

Inclusive Friday evening services at HRC engage patients in song

February 13, 2018

Hali Diecidue, Senior Staff Chaplain at Hebrew SeniorLife, has a simple motto, ‘serve G-d with joy.’ That motto has lead Diecidue to add a unique introduction to her Friday nondenominational Sabbath service.

A Nonagenarian’s Thoughts on Love

Chapter 42 of “Aging Wisely…Wisdom of Our Elders”

February 7, 2018

In July 2017, 97-old-year NewBridge on the Charles resident Irving Silverman published a collection of essays on the experiences of aging titled Aging Wisely…Wisdom of Our Elders, co-authored with his daughter, Ellen Beth Siegel. The anthology features essays from Irving and his daughter, as well as fellow residents at NewBridge on the Charles senior living community in Dedham, MA, and Hebrew SeniorLife staff.

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