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JHLC Opens Clinic on WBJH Campus

In an effort to help meet the medical needs of patients and residents on our campus, in the neighborhood and throughout the organization, JHLC recently opened a walk-in clinic as part of JHLC Medical Services, LLC, a new service of Jewish HomeLife. Led by Patricia G....

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2017 GALA Set for Saturday, November 4th

Oh What a Night! Join us at the InterContinental Hotel Buckhead Atlanta for the 2017 Auxiliary Gala featuring musical entertainment troupe the Unexpected Boys. 7:00pm - 10:00pm Honorees:  Elaine and Jerry Blumenthal Phyllis and Martin Isenberg To purchase...

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Surviving & Thriving in a Digital World

RSVP and join us for an eye-opening discussion on how technology has improved getting older; ways to help identify and protect yourself and your loved ones from potential scams; and the latest digital tools that can help you age in place longer and smarter. New &...

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What’s New in Growing Old?

What's New in Growing Old? Atlanta Neurologist Gavin Brown Presents Tips for Every Generation Sunday, September 11th, 2:00pm-4:00pm The William Breman Jewish Home 3150 Howell Mill Road, NW, Atlanta Free and open to the community Please join us at an informal but...

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How to Drop the “Shoulds” On Your Path to Living Well

“Drink more water!” “Stop eating sugar!” “Meditate!” “Exercise more!” “Care for your parents!” Everyone wants to live better and longer, but sometimes the pressure of doing what “they” say “you should” can be an impediment to making the positive changes that are right...

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Singing CEO Makes Life Worthwhile

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (December 29, 2015)--At exactly 4 p.m., the CEO walks to the elevator, punches numbers on the keypad and waits for the doors to open to the third floor. He steps off, glides to the center of the room where a dozen or so men and women...

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JHLC and JF&CS Announce Collaboration of Services

Jewish HomeLife (JHLC) and Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS) announced the transition of several services that eliminate a competitive approach to serving older adults while generating the greatest social return on the community’s investment in the...

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Berman Commons Offers Secure Memory Care in Dunwoody

Our newest Jewish Home Life Community, Berman Commons, offers assisted living services and a secure memory care neighborhood on our top floor. Our 32 private studios, surrounded by touchable artwork and décor in softer colors, provide easy access to our open and airy...

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Preparing Your Top Drawer File

London Family AgeSmart Lectures Sept. 24th and Oct. 11th The best gift you can give your loved ones is to have everything in one place. Join us to learn what should be in your top drawer file.

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WBJH Receives Silver Quality Award 2014

For Immediate Release                                                                                                                    Local Contact: Beth Laxton June 30, 2014                                                                                          ...

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WBJH Listed as Best Nursing Homes By US News

The William Breman Jewish Home Named to List of Best Nursing Homes in the USA By US News & World Report As a result of earning a Five-Star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), The William Breman Jewish Home was chosen by US News...

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VA Aid and Attendance

VA Aid and Attendance Benefit for Veterans and Surviving Spouses Who is Eligible? Any War Veteran with 90 days of active duty with at least one day during active War time. A surviving spouse of a War Veteran may be eligible if married at the time of death. The Veteran...

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Turning Patients into People

Walk into a typical skilled nursing facility, and you might hear the occupants referred to as “patients.” But not at The William Breman Jewish Home. Here, there are no patients. The Home’s caregivers and staff consider these men and women “residents” and recently...

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‘Tis Always the Season of Caring

Originally published in the Dunwoody Crier. By Sallie Wolper Boyles for Jewish HomeLife When the first holiday lights appear around town, spirits brighten with the anticipation of celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and any other seasonal traditions. Such...

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It Can Happen to You: Falls Among the Elderly

On Mother’s Day, May 12, the Becker family gathered to celebrate. But little did they know that five days later they would be using checklists to help manage Saul Becker’s care. Upon sunrise on May 17, Saul, who turned 86 that same week, got out of bed and fell to the...

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Berman Commons and The Beauty of the Fifth Commandment

Numerous elements produce a lovely, inviting place to visit and live. Warm and friendly people, of course, set the tone, but the physical surroundings speak volumes about the thought that went into building Berman Commons—the newest assisted living and memory care...

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