Some people put their lives into neat little compartments. Nine to five on weekdays is work… Tuesdays from 7-9 is […]
A Golden-Ager’s Day
Reb Mordechai was a ninety year old holocaust survivor. On the outside, he was a bent over, frail old man. […]
Holocaust Survivors in their Golden Years
Companionship. A vital need at every stage of life. And especially essential for the holocaust survivor. Rivka is a typical […]
Five Bat Yam retirees awarded the “Golden Volunteer” medallion for 2016 for their volunteer work in […]
The Golden Age?
It’s called the Golden Age. From the vantage point of a younger person, it truly seems golden. No difficulties with […]
It’s Only a Game…or Is it?
Esty had absorbed the message that pervades every nook and cranny at Ezer Mizion: “What else can we do […]
I Missed Mine!
Many Holocaust survivors have built anew and are now successful heads of multi-generational families. But there in the recesses of […]
Ezer Mizion Elad Troops in Action
Ezer Mizion, the Caller ID reads. “Are you available to drive a patient to the hospital today at four?” Eli’s […]
Aging with Dignity by Kobi Arielli
This journey of mine into the heart of the Ezer Mizion world enters its eighth week. Every week, I reveal […]
“Intergenerational Family Relations in the Multi-Cultural Society of Israel”
The prestigious Journal of Intergenerational Relationships (JIR) has published an article prepared by Ezer Mizion’s Geriatric Services. JIR is published […]