How Jewish Home for the Aging in Los Angeles has beaten the odds on coronavirus
“We deeply mourn the loss of all those in our Parker Community who have been taken by this virus, many have called Parker their home for many years.”
The FBI said that a white supremacist group posted online about “Jew killing day” the day before the incendiary device was placed at the home.
“We’re just so desperate to keep people connected.”
Dr. Ellen Wiebe, who performs medically assisted deaths, performed the procedure on a Jewish nursing home resident against the facility’s orders.
A Queens woman pleaded guilty to making $11,000 in purchases on credit cards belonging to three patients at a New York Jewish nursing home.
At the time Deitsch attempted to shut the elder care facility down it was home to many Jewish residents, including one Holocaust survivor.
Growing old doesn’t mean you can’t bust a move. Watch these nursing home residents shake it to The Beastie Boys’ ‘Fight For the Right to Party.’
A shuttered 90-year-old Jewish nursing home on Manhattan’s Lower East Side has been declared a New York City landmark, a designation that will protect it from being razed.
Six months after Hurricane Sandy, one Brighton Beach nursing home is finally welcoming back the 180 residents who call it home.