What's New at JCHE

Posted: 06/14/2016

Lizbeth Heyer is the person responsible for achieving JCHE’s aggressive real estate goals. We sat down with her to hear her unique perspective on JCHE’s real estate strategy and value.

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Posted: 06/01/2016

"I have always felt that art has the ability to lift us out of one place and take us to another," says artist Evelyn Berde. “The Postcard Project at JCHE was a perfect example of this.”

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Posted: 05/19/2016

The Newton Tab was there to cover the story when a group of seven Chinese residents from Golda Meir House visited their friends at Newton North High School.

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Posted: 05/12/2016

On Sunday, May 1st, JCHE was joined by CJP Young Adults for our annual Senior Prom at our Brighton campus. It was a memorable evening for all!

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Posted: 05/05/2016

Joan Slaby and Jack Kates, both residents of JCHE’s Coleman House, are deeply committed to regular exercise. One class the good friends never miss is the targeted arthritis class taught by Francine Godfrey.

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Posted: 04/29/2016

“I’m always happy when there are people around me and I like to be here,” says Esther Krupnik through a translator. Esther is referring to the Joyful Connections! program, a social drop-in club for JCHE residents with memory loss and their care partners.

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Posted: 04/14/2016

Who is this man who commands attention and earns friendship from so many important local and national dignitaries? The story of Naakh’s life is one of pain, perseverance, dedication, accomplishment and ultimately much joy, love and respect.

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Posted: 03/28/2016

CEO Amy Schectman explains why the philosophy of "aging in community" is the central cornerstone of JCHE's identity and mission.

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