WEST BLOOMFIELD — Jewish Senior Life is the recipient of three awards, including local, statewide and national honors.
The Association of Jewish Aging Services has recognized the organization for its Program for Holocaust Survivors & Families, which serves aging Holocaust survivors and their families, under the direction of Charles Silow, Ph.D, and Renee Fein, program coordinator.
Leading Age Michigan, which represents mission-based providers of housing, services and care for older adults statewide, has honored Jewish Senior Life employee Masha Aksenchik with its Caring Spirit Award for her achievments as a caregiver.
Jewish Senior Life employee and Meer Apartments Program Coordinator, Myriam Cohen, was honored by the Jewish Vocational Service and its Women to Work program for her challenging but successful transition from stay-at-home mom to staff member.
“We are humbled and thrilled that our programs and our staff are worthy of recognition,” says Carol Rosenberg, director. “With everything we do, we expect a high standard of care, compassion and dedication, and these awards are evidence that our organization recognizes and embraces this level of excellence.”
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