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Improving Senior Memory: Cognitive Exercises & Lifestyle Habits to Adapt
How many times has this happened to you? You’re watching your favorite TV series when you suddenly remember you’ve left something in the kitchen and
How is Passover Celebrated Today?
One of the most exciting events of Spring, especially for JCHC, has to be Passover! For those who may not be familiar, Passover commemorates the
How to Make Charoset: The Perfect Last Bite for Passover
Sweet apples, toasted walnuts and spicy cinnamon make Charoset the perfect last bite to any meal. However, it’s traditionally served during Passover. If you’re unfamiliar
Employee Appreciation Day: Meet Our Assisted Living Team!
It’s Employee Appreciation Day and we’d like to give “Ah groisen dank” (a big thanks) to all of our staff members throughout the Jewish Community
Yoga for Seniors: Try Out a Class at JCHC
Yoga is ideal for seniors seeking to relieve stress and clear their mind. Regular practice will not only improve balance and mobility, but it may
What is Purim and How is it Celebrated?
While many Jewish holidays have pretty serious religious underpinnings, Purim, coming up on February 25th, is one of the most joyous and fun of the
How to Make Delicious Hamantaschen Cookies Before Purim
For many Jewish families, Purim wouldn’t be complete without Hamantaschen or the “triangle cookies” that are a traditional part of the holiday. These staple cookies
6 Winter Wellness and Safety Tips for Seniors
The winter months are here—with cold temperatures, dry air, snow and ice. Although we love the sight of fresh snow, it’s important that your senior
American Heart Month: Tips to Avoid Heart Disease
American Heart Month, a federally recognized event, is a great reminder for Americans to focus on their hearts. Heart awareness in a time of COVID-19
JCHC Honors National Holocaust Remembrance Day
Today, January 27, 2021, we remember all 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and the 11 million additional innocent victims of the Nazi regime.
Classic Challah Bread Recipe
Hey it’s almost Friday! Which means it’s time for a classic Challah bread recipe. Check out this recipe that came from our friend, Abi in
Trends and Benefits of Technology for Seniors
Seniors—a generation that’s seen telephones become palm-sized devices and computers go from filling a room to fitting in a pouch—are using today’s technology in many