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JF&CS Blog


JF&CS Blog

Sniffing Out a Solution
November 8, 2017
Our hope is that this important information, like the existence of the Kidde Explosive Gas Alarm, can be shared with all those living with Parkinson’s disease so they can feel safer in their homes.

For Her and Her Alone
July 7, 2017
Zachary Sclar participated in JF&CS Legacies: High School Visits and met with Regina, a Holocaust survivor.

Marsha Frankel: 18 Years of Devotion to JF&CS
June 29, 2017
Marsha Frankel retired from JF&CS as the Clinical Director of JF&CS Services for Older Adults and the Director of Mental Health Services.

The Power of a Song
June 27, 2017
At JF&CS Café Hakalah, something magical happens whenever they sing the song Tumbalalaika.

Moved to Write at the Art of Resilience
May 23, 2017
Dan Crowley and Gil Aliber returned home from Celebrating the Art of Resilience and were moved to write poetry.

We Always Believed in Giving
May 19, 2017
Sue Melvin recently made a bequest to JF&CS Charlotte & Richard Okonow Parkinson’s Family Support.

Honoring the True Stories of Holocaust Survivors
April 28, 2017
While we observe Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, JF&CS honors the true stories of and pays tribute to Holocaust survivors.

My Passover Observance
April 14, 2017
The annual JF&CS Friendly Visitor Passover Seder is a time when elders and volunteers gather together to celebrate the holiday.

Offering a Free Farmers Market in Salem
April 6, 2017
With help from the Boston Area Gleaners, based in Waltham, Kelly Annese piloted the Free Farmers Market for older adults residents of two housing buildings in Salem.

#UniteForParkinsons on World Parkinson’s Day
April 4, 2017
April 11 has been designated World Parkinson’s Day in honor of James Parkinson's birthday.

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