GENERATION  to                                                                                                            ...
From the CEO’s Deskby   David Fuks, Chief Executive Officer, Cedar Sinai ParkA      s we face  major changes in healthcare...
In This Issue                                   Message From the PresidentHow Residents Act Their Age:       by   Michael ...
Super Diamond Event Supports ResidentsO      ur annual benefit   gala with Super Diamond brought friends and supporters to...
Article TitleB   ody text across two columns. Body text across two columns. Body text across two columns.                 ...
Thank You, Super Diamond Sponsors!W       e are deeply grateful to the following individuals and companies for helping us ...
The Goodman Family             is a proud supporter              of Cedar Sinai Park5772  ‫סתיו‬           ‫דור לדור‬     ...
What Family Members Are Saying“Everyone has treated our mom          at Robison such a warm and lovely       short while, ...
activities, personal relationships,    “The staff on both sides of Boundary “You all have done remarkable workand excellen...
What’s New at Cedar Sinai ParkW        hat difference sixmonths make. A lot has transpired since the beginning of the Jewi...
Time for Change: a Place to Call HomeT     he original design for Robison Jewish Health Center embodied a hospital model o...
Home Team Raises Money, SpiritC     ollaboration at    Cedar Sinai Park takes two forms: with other organizations and inte...
Board Spotlight: Andrew RosengartenA     ndrew   Rosengarten received his inspiration for volunteering in elder care from ...
Best Wishes                                                          from                         Irwin  Renee Holzman    ...
Annual Meeting Brings New BoardT    he 92nd Annual Meeting on June 6th will usher in a new Board of Trustees. New officers...
Our Family Photo Album                                        Clockwise from top left: RSM resident Toby                  ...
Clockwise from top left: RJHC ActivityCoordinator Patti Garland helps resident ElsieAstorga plant daffodils for Tu B’Sheva...
can this thing go     faster?     live your life to the fullest at every stage                                  Rehab  Pha...
Help Us Be a Good NeighborC     edar Sinai Park has an agreement with our neighbors to minimize traffic in the    neighbor...
Save the Date:                                Committed to Excellence      Annual Event              in Each Service We Pr...
Residents Get Creative, Win RecognitionR    ose Schnitzer  Manor residents regularly submit short stories or poems to the ...
®                                                                                         In addition to being the largest...
Theater Takes Over Cedar Sinai Park                Continued from page 1   ing of 7 one-act plays that Manor              ...
Lecture Series Enlightens and EnlivensK                   on its toes and join us for a Cedar Sinai Park Lecture Series! F...
We send our love and  carolyn                                                       admiration to the  and robin  weinstei...
All the best to the Cedar      In appreciation of              Sinai Park residents,      Cedar Sinai Park.               ...
How to Cope with Elder CareT     o assist families in coping with the long-term care system, Cedar Sinai Park has develope...
Helping Seniors Remain Safe, IndependentT    he greatest challenge ahead of Jack Honey, Executive Director of Sinai Family...
OHSU Students Help SeniorsS   tudents from    Oregon Health  Science University’s School of Nursing visited the Cedar   Si...
In appreciation of                 Best wishes to the        Cedar Sinai Park.                residents and staff at      ...
Cedar Sinai Park in a NutshellC     edar Sinai Park provides residential and community-based care to our elders and adults...
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  1. 1. GENERATION to ‫דור לדור‬ GENERATION   Portland, Oregon  •  Volume 16  •  Number 2  •  Spring 2012  •  5772  ‫סתיו‬How Residents Act Their Age: Theater!F Cedar Sinai Park know the Southwest Portland campus brims with theatrics—the riends of Thalian kind, that is. Demonstrating that creativity thrives in every age, residents havebeen entertaining the community with a slew of plays. And they’re showing no sign of stopping. Read on page 23Adult Day Services participants celebrate Purim with a radio show-style Purim Spiel. Applause!The Time for Change Has Come Our Family Photo Album Helping Seniors Remain Independent A sneak peek at New projects. Jack Honey and Si- our vision for Progress on old nai Family Home the New Nursing ones. New staff. Services face the Home—a place that Old staff in new challenge of rapidisn’t just home-like, it is Home. positions. And other updates... growth by helping staff to succeed. See on page 11 Browse on pages 16 and 17 Read on page 28 www.cedarsinaipark.org
  2. 2. From the CEO’s Deskby David Fuks, Chief Executive Officer, Cedar Sinai ParkA s we face major changes in healthcare and senior services, we must examine ways we can meet more effectively the needs of our community’s elders. Cedar Sinai Park’s strategy isbuilt on three elements: compassion, excellence, and innovation. The compassion of our staff as they provide remain their true selves. In addition, services. A housing-with-services care to our the self-directed work teams associ- model is emerging nationally, and we residents is re- ated with the households create an are helping to shape it. Locally, we are markable. As atmosphere that leads to increased developing a consortium of housing- an organiza- staff competency and satisfaction. with-services providers consisting of tion, we are We know that happy employees both nonprofit and governmental committed to make our residents happy. organizations. We are also working hiring for char- Additionally, our strong emphasis with our sister agencies in the Jewish acter, and train- on lifelong learning has created an community and with the Federationing for skills. This pays off every day enviable and innovative activities to develop a wrap-around approachas we see the warmth and high quality schedule. We are proud that elders to community-based care for eldersof the working relationships between come to our campus to learn, con- and people with disabilities. Whileour caregiving staff and our elders. tribute to each other’s growth, and these projects will take time to de- Excellence has always been asso- express themselves creatively. velop, the research and developmentciated with Cedar Sinai Park. The Our acquisition and preservation work involved will continue to keephigh levels of training and account- of affordable housing in downtown us at the cutting edge of quality.ability, hallmarks of our operation, Por t l a nd i s a n Most importantly, itcome through with consistency. We innovative approach “Innovation will will help us remainsweat the small stuff. By paying at- to f u l f i l l i ng our focused on providing help us meet thetention to the details and holding mission, and to choices to our com-ourselves accountable, we can attend needs of a grow- creat ing c apacit y munity. We alwaysto care with excellence. to help elders who ing community in commit to putting Innovation will help us meet the ne e d s upp or t e d a time of change.” the individual prefer-needs of a growing community in a housing remain as ences of our residentstime of change. Cedar Sinai Park is independent as possible. As we at the center of all we do.engaged in innovation in three ar- continue to grow in this nascent Our spirit of innovation standseas: within our core services, within area, we recognize that we are taking on a strong foundation of tradition.the services adjacent to our core, on the long-term commitment to The quality of our work, the passionand in research and development excellence made by our close friends of our community, the volunteersfocused on creating new programs. in this community. The values who have built this organization Our most significant innovative of Harold, Arlene, and Jordan for over nine decades, and our com-work is the development of a new Schnitzer and of Jim Winkler will mitment to reverence for our eldersnursing facility. The new household continue to guide us in the coming comprise the base that makes inno-design will make an enormous posi- years as we pursue this path of vation possible. •tive difference to residents. It will be growth and diversify both ouran environment where elders who services and revenue base.struggle with memory issues receive Finally, we are focusing on innova-the cues that help them succeed and tion in home and community-based2 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  3. 3. In This Issue Message From the PresidentHow Residents Act Their Age: by Michael Feves, President, Board of TrusteesTheater! 1Comedic theatrics on campus EditorialFocusing on innovation,collaboration, community 2-3 C ommunity stands at the center of our work. Cedar Sinai Park was created out of the Jewish community’s in- terest in its elders. From our founding in 1920, our friends haveSuper Diamond Event joined together wherever they wish to call home.Supports Residents 4-6 to solve prob- Our latest project is KehillahClose to $130,000 raised. lems creatively. Housing, a joint endeavor betweenThank you! While we take CSP, JFCS, and the federal HousingFamily Member Quotes 8-9 pride in the ex- and Urban Development Depart-What’s New 10 cellent work of ment. Soon we will break groundA Place to Call Home 11 our volunteers for 14 apartments providing semi-A sneak peek at our vision and staff, our independent living for special needsfor the New Nursing Home success rests adults. We will manage the project,Home Team Raises Money 12 on the goodwill and interest of our HUD is substantially financing it,Collaboration that does community. I have been involved on and JFCS will provide programminggood in the community the Board for over a decade and have and operational support.Board Member Spotlight 13 witnessed tremendous growth of our As we innovate in our services, mul-Andrew Rosengarten and organization. We are no longer just tiple organizations will be essential inBeverly Stein profiles an “old people’s home.” It would not a creative response to meeting elders’Annual Meeting Brings be possible without many agencies, needs. Perhaps the most delightfulNew Board 15 with whom we enjoy formal partner- result is informal cooperation. WhatA new slate of officers and ships or informal collaborations. a joy it is to see the Jewish Theatermembers-at-large We are pleased to cooperate with Collaborative perform on campus orOur Family Photo Album 16 the Jewish Federation of Greater our residents take field trips to theirFun times on campus Portland, during its campaigns and plays. It is wonderful our residentsHelp Cedar Sinai Park in many areas of community plan- learn from the Melton School andBe a Good Neighbor 19 ning, development, and political ac- the PSU Jewish Studies programs,Access through SW 62nd only tion. JFGP’s allocation to our organi- enriching their cultural life. It’s a pro-Elders in Limericks 19 zation is an important formal bond. found pleasure to see so many peopleResidents Get Creative 21 They are a true partner to shaping a volunteering, engaging in religiousSeniors = Poets + Writers Jewish response to issues of aging. services, or simply coming by to sayLecture Series Enlivens 24 Jewish Family Child Service has “hello.” When an elder meets kidsLifelong learning on campus been a long-term partner as well. Five from Portland Jewish Academy orHow to Cope with Elder years ago CSP and JFCS partnered to the Maimonides School or friendlyCare 27 create Sinai Family Home Services, a visitors from a congregation, we seeElder Family Learning key element in our ability to provide the true fruits of community. We areInitiative is here to help a continuum of services to meet the grateful for these wonderful relation-Helping Seniors Remain Safe 28 needs of elders in our community. ships, partnerships, and collabora-Sinai Family Home Services The close working relationship we tions that give us so much strength. •faces growth have with JFCS will continue to beOHSU Students on Campus 29 a useful asset to our community asWe’re a teaching ground, too we seek to provide services to people5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 3
  4. 4. Super Diamond Event Supports ResidentsO ur annual benefit gala with Super Diamond brought friends and supporters to The Nines Hotel on Saturday, March 10th, to express love, honor, and respect for the residentsof the Robison Jewish Health Center. The local bluegrass band Whistlin’ Rufus, with a specialappearance by Taylor Goodman, for supporting your favorite Home!provided an upbeat backdrop to Special thanks goes to: our manythe cocktail hour. The Mitzvah Mo- generous sponsors for making thement elevated the spirits further event possible; event co-chairs Chris-and kicked off the sumptuous din- ti Goodman and Michelle Gradowner. The event culminated with a for their dedication and leadership;lively, entertaining set by Super Dia- and the members of the event com-mond, a San Francisco-based Neil mittee for their assistance. We couldDiamond tribute band. During the not have done it without you.entire evening, the strength of our We hope to see you again nextcircle shone through: the room was year (March 2nd, 2013)! •filled with conversation, dancing,and generous community spirit. Clockwise from top: Chief Development Officer We raised close to $130,000 for Debbi Bodie with co-chairs Michelle Gradowthe residents of Robison Jewish and Christi Goodman; Board President MichaelHealth Center during this memora- Feves addresses guests; CEO David Fuks; Sharon and Dean Morell; resident Gloria Hiltonble night. Your generosity made the and CNA Suzi Abera; Lisa and Linda Tillman;event a smashing success. Thank you Gerel Blauer and Milt Carl; Marty Zell.4 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  5. 5. Article TitleB ody text across two columns. Body text across two columns. Body text across two columns. We are proud to honor Body text across two columns. Body text across two columns. Body text across two columns.Body text across two columns. Body text across two columns. Body text across two columns. Body the residents and staff of the Robison Jewish Health Center. Thank you Cedar Sinai Park for your support of our community, you have our deepest and ongoing love and respect. Arlene Schnitzer Jordan Schnitzer5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 5
  6. 6. Thank You, Super Diamond Sponsors!W e are deeply grateful to the following individuals and companies for helping us put on the Super Diamond event on March 10th, 2012 (see page 4). Their gener-ous sponsorship and donations support residents at ‘the Home’. We appreciate your support!Diamond Sponsors Stan Beverly Eastern Jerry Bunny SadisThe Goodman Family, Doug Lila Geffen Mesher Co. ShedRain Goodman, Greg Goodman Glasgow Family Fund of the Oregon Signaling System Solutions, Inc. Susan Schnitzer and Mark Jewish Community Foundation / Les Martha Soltesz Christi Goodman Bob Lesley Glasgow Sussman Shank LLPArlene and Jordan Schnitzer/Harsch Gersham Pauline Goldstein The Presentation Company Investment Properties Rosalie Goodman Timberline Lodge Hansen, Hunter Company U.S. BankRuby Sponsors HealthMEDX, LLC USI NorthwestR H Construction Paul Labby / Carla Properties, LTD Larry Linda Veltman Landgraphics, Inc. Sharon WeilSapphire Sponsors Marshal P. Spector P.C. Family Law Carolyn Weinstein - The HassonEvergreen Pharmaceutical McKesson Medical-Surgical Co. RealtorsMichael Chris Feves Victor Toinette Menashe Jay Diane ZidellFood Services of America Metro Metals, Inc.Tom Linda Georges Mt. Hood Solutions Mitzvah Moment DonationsGreg Baurer Flooring Mulvanny G2 Architecture Contributions during the MitzvahThe Holzman Foundation, Inc. Myers Co. Moment demonstrated the generos-Ruben J. Elizabeth Menashe Mark New ity of our community.Solomon D. Rosalyn Menashe Jon Naomi NewmanSteinberg Investment Group Dr. Avrel Nudelman • 2 donors at the $5,000 levelZidell Family Jerry Nudelman, Jeff Nudelman, and • 1 donor at the $3,600 level Sharon Morell Families • 3 donors at the $2,500 levelPearl Sponsors Oregon Angel Fund • 18 donors at the $1,000 levelAmSan Packouz Jewelers • 27 donors at the $500 levelAnonymous Perkins Coie • 32 donors at the $250 levelAspen Capital Bob Rita Phillip • 2 donors at $101–$249Aspen Mitzvah Harold Jane Pollin • 45 donors at the $100 levelBateman Seidel Stan and Madelle Rosenfeld Family • 10 donors at the $25–$99 levelManny and Karen Berman FoundationHenry Gerel Blauer Rotenberg, Potter, Weinstein and Amount RaisedBruce Sternberg Architect, Inc. Gotesman With sponsorships and MitzvahMilt Carl David Diane Rosencrantz Moment contributions combined,Consonus Rehabilitation Jack R. Menashe, President / Ruben we raised nearly $130,000 to benefitConsultants for Everyone J. Menashe, Inc. the residents at the Robison JewishDick Cameron Davis / Alfred J. Dick Deanne Rubinstein Health Center. Thank you for support- Davis Company Eleanore Rubinstein ing your favorite Home! •6 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  7. 7. The Goodman Family is a proud supporter of Cedar Sinai Park5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 7
  8. 8. What Family Members Are Saying“Everyone has treated our mom at Robison such a warm and lovely short while, all the rough changes of and our family so well. You are all event. Dinner was delicious, the the last 7 months were forgotten for thoughtful and kind and have made table beautiful and the service be- the enjoyment of the evening.” our transition easy.” yond compare. For us, this was the only way to have the family gather- “Thank you Robison staff for your“Thanks again for making my mom ing we’d envisioned for years to cel- loving care for my mother. I know and dad’s 80th birthday celebration ebrate this milestone birthday. For a she appreciated (as do we) the fun8 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  9. 9. activities, personal relationships, “The staff on both sides of Boundary “You all have done remarkable workand excellent medical care. You all Street made my mother’s moves as with [our loved one]. Our family ishave a special place in my heart and smooth and manageable as possible most grateful!”memories of my mother.” for her and our family. Thank you!” “Your staff provided our entire“From our first phone call I knew “Yours is a loving and caring staff, family with ongoing support and a this was going to work. You are in- who made [our Dad’s] final years as constant willingness to listen. We credible! You make things happen. comfortable and supported as they could not have asked for better care Thank you for caring about our fam- could be. Thank you from the bot- for [both our father and mother], as ily and for simply ‘getting it.’” tom of our hearts.” well as for ourselves. •5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 9
  10. 10. What’s New at Cedar Sinai ParkW hat difference sixmonths make. A lot has transpired since the beginning of the Jewish New Year. We’re making strides in the development of exciting new projects; new staffhave made a difference in residents’ lives; and we’ve expanded our assisted living capacity.Kehillah Housing Funded through a consortium of providers May Apartments at Rose Schnitzer at subsidized housing properties or Manor Certified for Assisted Living other communities with a concen- The updated and refurbished apart- tration of Medicare/Medicaid recip- ments in Rose Schnitzer Manor’s ients. The consortium will develop May Wing are now open and li- a comprehensive service package censed for assisted living. These that will be based on a community- roomy apartments have larger needs assessment and may include: kitchens, patios or balconies, and service coordination, home and per- new lighting throughout. The cer-Drawing courtesy of sonal (health)care, substance abuse tification will allow residents to re-Bruce Sternberg Architect treatment and prevention, resident main in their apartments as theirLast November, the U.S. Department inclusion, recreation and cultural care needs increase.of Housing and Urban Development programming, money management, Find additional photos of the newawarded $2,035,800 to Cedar Sinai emergency fund, technology innova- apartments at cedarsinaipark.org. •Park for the Kehillah Housing Proj- tion, and transportation support. •ect. We are also seeking additionaldollars from the Oregon Housing Personnel Changes at RobisonDepartment. Kehillah Housing will Join us in welcoming exciting newbe a 2-story, 14-apartment building additions to the Cedar Sinai Parkon our campus, offering adults with team: Uri Kushner, Culinary Ser-developmental disabilities affordable vices Director, together with 7 addi-housing and access to services that tional culinary services team mem-support their ability to live indepen- bers; Ali Hartstein, Admissions anddently in the community. We hope Social Services Coordinator; 10 newto see a ground breaking scheduled culinary and health services staff;for late summer 2012, with the proj- and two employees each at Adult Upcoming Events on Campusect expected to create up to 40 jobs Day and Environmental/Buildingin construction and operation. • services. 6/1–6/27: Rose Festival Moreover, Lesley Sacks has been 6/17: Father’s Day CelebrationsHousing-with-Services Proceeds selected to become the new Robison 6/27, 7/25, and 8/29: RoseWe have launched the develop- Administrator, a position she will Schnitzer Manor BBQment of a new housing-with-services assume following the Administrator- July (date TBD): Car Showmodel to help low-income elders and in-Training program. And, Sarah 7/11, 8/1, and 9/5: Robisonpeople with disabilities to remain Wheeler has been appointed the Jewish Health Center BBQsuccessfully in the community. new Social Services Director. 9/17–9/18: Rosh HashanahThe program will establish up to 3 Learn more at cedarsinaipark. 9/26: Yom Kippurpilot sites that will deliver services wordpress.com/tag/staff. •10 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  11. 11. Time for Change: a Place to Call HomeT he original design for Robison Jewish Health Center embodied a hospital model of care. It felt like an institution, and it functioned like one. Now is the time for change. The design of theNew Nursing Home will mirror a household environment with private rooms and shared spaces,allowing us to deliver the highest central area constitutes a commu- care for our community’s most frag-quality of care. It’s not just home- nity space. ile elders. Your support means anlike; it is home. High-end care that has long important step toward our vision: a In each household, staff support been the hallmark of our service place you can call ‘home.’ •residents’ choices and preferences. continues to be standard. We meetPrivacy is paramount: every resident each resident’s needs with a person- Our vision for the New Nursing Home; privacy comes first in every room; every floor is ahas his or her own room and bath- centered approach to care. household centered by a living room. Drawingsroom. On each floor, the shared Join us in creating a new model of by Mulvanny G2 Architecture.5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 11
  12. 12. Home Team Raises Money, SpiritC ollaboration at Cedar Sinai Park takes two forms: with other organizations and inter- nally across our own departments. When our employees support good causes, actively par-ticipating in the community as a team, they practice both kinds of collaboration simultaneously.Twice already this year, Cedar Sinai enjoyed volunteering at the OPBPark and Sinai Family Home Services telethon. One caller was very inter-employees joined forces to help with ested in hearing about the work weOregon Public Broadcasting TV’s do and the quality care we provide.”Membership Drive. In an email, OPB’s Jen Brown “We had a blast,” said RSM Ad- said the membership drive raisedministrator David Kohnstamm. “It over $640,000. “We appreciate youwas a great team-building exercise donating your time and talents toand a great way to give energy to an- OPB. We could not have done itother organization while represent- without you!” CSP and SFHS staff at OPB. From left: Sue McCorkell Worth, Elizabeth Moore,ing Cedar Sinai Park.” The CSP/SFHS team is already David Kohnstamm, Jack Honey, Tonya Bitz, SFHS director Jack Honey (see gearing up for the next OPB TV Katherine Watry, and Leah Benson. Photop. 28) added, “We have thoroughly Membership Drive in June. • courtesy of OPB. Trusted counsel for families in transition. Carla Properties, Ltd., Marshal P. Spector is proud to support the mission of Family Law Cedar Sinai Park Experienced. Responsive. Dedicated. When youre facing a family law issue, you need a devoted advocate on your side. Youll find One SW Columbia, Suite 1800 Portland, Oregon 97258 a respected expert who cares about you and 503-224-7077 t the outcome of your case at YM E. www.yatesmatthews.com “You all have a special place in my heart memories of my mother.” —family member12 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  13. 13. Board Spotlight: Andrew RosengartenA ndrew Rosengarten received his inspiration for volunteering in elder care from his grandmother. When he was 11, she moved to a nursing home in Louisville, Kentucky, tobe closer to Andrew’s family. After she passed away, Andrew volunteered at the home for 6 years before going to Service for Cedar Sinai Park runs “My real estate background is college. in Andrew’s extended family: his helpful with understanding the new “There are father-in-law Owen Blank is a past housing projects,” Andrew says. “As many Jewish Board member and his grandfather- a junior Board member I can also nonprofits in in-law Phil Blank is a past President. provide a different perspective.” Portland with Andrew started serving with CSP In the future, Andrew wants which to volun- through the Quality Management to deepen his involvement on the teer,” Andrew, and Corporate Compliance Com- Board. “I’d love to help the com- a commercial mittee in 2009. Eighteen months munity as much as possible. I enjoyreal estate broker, says. “But I have later, in the summer of 2010, he was working with the Board. It’s ana soft spot for helping Jewish elders invited to join the full Board as its honor to serve in such a dedicatedlive a wonderful life.” youngest member, then 24 years old. group of community leaders.” •Board Spotlight: Beverly SteinB everly Stein has done many things in her life that have led her to believe that “complex challenges require cross-sector solutions.” Her current focus as a consultant and Director ofOregon Solutions: working in what she calls ‘the in-betweens,’ i.e. among sectors, across issues and between policy turned on by thinking about systems “I’ve appreciated the really good and politics. and interconnections,” she says. “I’m care my dad gets. It’s an important “That’s where interested in how innovation and institution to support, and being problems get fundamental change come about.” on the Board is a way to give back.” solved, across She joined the Cedar Sinai Park Her charge on the Board is to systems.” Board this year, building on her lead a team reviewing Cedar Sinai Saying that work on aging issues in the Oregon Park’s governance. “We will be as- she wants to Legislature and as the Chair of sessing different options for the make a differ- the Multnomah County Board of Board to produce good results. I’mence, sounds both true and trite to Commissioners. A personal motiva- excited about the project because ither. She is interested in how systems tion is her father living at Robison uses what I know: how systems canimpact people. “Few people are Jewish Health Center. She said, be made more effective.” •5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 13
  14. 14. Best Wishes from Irwin Renee Holzman The Holzman Foundation j PLAN AHEAD. SECURE YOUR PLACE AT ROSE SCHNITZER TOWER TODAY. Since 2007 Portland’s Jewish community has owned an affordable-housing building for seniors. The current waiting time is about four years. Plan THERE’S NO PLACE your future, apply today. Call 503.222.7467 or email adrianc@harsch.com. LIKE HOME* * Ruby slippers not required. CEDAR SINAI PA RK Visit us at www.cedarsinaipark.org or call 503.535.4004. ros e s c h n itz er tower14 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  15. 15. Annual Meeting Brings New BoardT he 92nd Annual Meeting on June 6th will usher in a new Board of Trustees. New officers will take the organization’s reins, and new Board members will be introduced. The National Coun-cil of Jewish Women will receive the President’s Award, and Helen Bernstein the CEO’s Award.The new Board officers are:• President: Paul Frisch• Senior Vice President: Paul Labby• Vice Presidents: Michelle Eastern Gradow, Susie Marcus, Conrad Myers, and Lance Steinberg• Treasurer: Sharon Morell• Secretary: Linda Veltman• Immediate Past President: Michael FevesIncoming Board members: EliseBrickner-Schulz, Rachael Duke,Deanne Froehlich, Leslie Geller,Albert Menashe, Joanne Menashe,Shari Levinson, Eddy Shuldman,and Arnie Silver as RSM ResidentRepresentative. Continuing Boardmembers: Dr. Eugene Borkan, BradFishel, Tom Georges III, Ivan Gold,Steve Gradow, Carol Koranda,Jack Menashe, John Moss, DaniellePacifico-Cogan, Liz Rabiner Lippoff,Andrew Rosengarten, Bruce Schafer,Dr. Rodger Sleven, Martha Soltesz,Robyn Spring, Beverly Stein, EveStern, Sharon Weil, and Jim Win-kler. Board members renewing terms:Michelle Eastern Gradow, CarolKoranda, Paul Labby, Jack Menashe,Sharon Morell, Bruce Schafer, Mar-tha Soltesz, and Linda Veltman. Out-going Board members: Helen Bern-stein, Florence Blitch, David CopleyForman, Dr. Avrel Nudelman, andJean Rivin. Donna Jackson remainsthe Sisterhood Representative. •5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 15
  16. 16. Our Family Photo Album Clockwise from top left: RSM resident Toby Wujciak prepares for a walk down the runway; RSM residents Hy Freedman and Milt Hasson pose with 300 just-completed Shaloch Manos goodie bags; RJHC resident Pam Sawtell plays with Bitsy; RJHC resident Eve Vergun feeds Beni the Llama; Art therapist Anita Apperley helps RSM resident Elaine Kaufman teach herself to paint with her non-dominant hand.16 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  17. 17. Clockwise from top left: RJHC ActivityCoordinator Patti Garland helps resident ElsieAstorga plant daffodils for Tu B’Shevat; CNADewo Yadeto contemplates resident MordecaiRubin’s next move; RSM resident David Singerleads a Tu B’Shevat Service at the Al LewinMemorial Trail; RCF resident Grace Klor enjoysthe party; RSM Choir welcomes the Sun; CNAMacqueen Sam accompanies resident ShirleySchwartz to dinner; Millie Miller toasts you!5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 17
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  19. 19. Help Us Be a Good NeighborC edar Sinai Park has an agreement with our neighbors to minimize traffic in the neighborhood. We ask all drivers coming to or leaving our campus to only use SW 62ndAvenue. Access via SW 65th Avenue or SW Shattuck Road and Boundary Streets is prohibited.Our location wasn’t originally zoned SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highwayfor business. The Agreement is part SW Shattuck Road N SW 65th Ave. SW 62nd Ave.of a Conditional Use Permit from W Ethe City of Portland that allows us Sto provide services on our campus.We are asking all visitors to our cam-pus to help comply with this Agree-    Cedar Sinai Park Campus   Approved route    ment. Your help in honoring this   DO NOT USEcommitment to our neighbors willhelp in maintaining a good relation- SW Boundary St.ship with them. Please call CEO David Fuks at503.535.4307 with questions. •Elders in Limericks F riday afternoons, Adult Day Services participants get together to create various pieces of writing under the guidance of Jennifer Felberg. Recent creative-writing sessions produceda number of limericks describing fellow program participants. Enjoy!Pauline Ruth T. He’s good with a punPauline is the person to meet Ruth likes pork chops And he sure makes life funHer personality is so sweet Here in our group we think she’s Teaching us in what we should investWhen she takes a nap topsAll the town people clap She goes out in the snow JeanAnd our sunshine club is complete Wanting to see the blower blow There is a nice gal named Jean She’s waiting for springtime to eat A lovelier lady you’ve never seenGrace fresh crops When she does her danceWe love our fair princess Grace In her purple pantsNo measurement of time and space Victor Everyone think she’s keenHer congenial wit Tickling the ivories is what VictorWe love quite a bit does best Read all the limericks atCould chart the beauty on her face When he performs he plays with zest http://bit.ly/CSPlimericks. •5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 19
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  21. 21. Residents Get Creative, Win RecognitionR ose Schnitzer Manor residents regularly submit short stories or poems to the LeadingAge Oregon Creative Writing Program contest. This year, seven entries made it among the top50 to be published in the Reflections anthology, including “Dedication” by Martha Pomeranz.“Dedication” by Martha PomeranzWe live for past generations: for Mothers and Fathers too.Who taught through loving actions, what we should or should not do.We live for all poets, artists, scientists, actors and crew.What is needed is more actions, with benefits for me and for you.We live for the six million, who never had a chanceTo see the world we live in, or to help in its advance.We live for early colonists, They came here for religious peaceAnd consumed the food they had grown, and hoped their troubles would cease.We live for the fallen soldiers, those in prisons or in battles lost,For they gave this land its freedom, and never counted on its cost.We live for the early Grecians, who endowed all artful shrinesAnd in their epic poems, you can read between the lines.We live for all the animals, plus birds, bees and flowers.They uphold the parks of life, which nature nourished through long hours.We join advocates for world peace, who think their ideas are new,Yet were passed around since time began, always hoping they would come true. •5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 21
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  23. 23. Theater Takes Over Cedar Sinai Park Continued from page 1 ing of 7 one-act plays that Manor residents, including Evelyn, hadThe Appeal of the Purim Spiel authored in the “Older But Wiser”On March 8 , Adult Day Services writing group. thparticipants put on a special Purim Sponsoring the reading and theSpiel at Robison Jewish Health Cen- group was the National Councilter. ADS staff had wanted to put on of Jewish Women. Nikki Director,a play with the participants for a long from NCJW’s Portland Section,time. As part of their programming, said, “Some of our members wentthey’ve been reading radio shows to [a previous] performance. We Adult Day Services participants King Hamanusing old scripts. So when RJHC As- were overwhelmed. We are proud to (“Boo!”) and Queen Esther.sistant Activity Director Ann Marti- have the opportunity to help show-nez began seeking a Purim program, case the seven playwrights and theirADS Program Assistant Jennifer memorable, creative works.” Fiddler on All Our RoofsFelberg came up with the idea: The performance followed on the “It’s a comedy about 85-year oldsperform a Purim Spiel as a radio heels of the Regional Arts and Cul- moving to Rose Schnitzer Manor,”show. Jen wrote new Purim-related ture Council of Oregon award to Evelyn Hirsch said last Decemberlyrics for old-time tunes. Under her the Mittleman Jewish Community before the premiere of “Fiddler ondirection, participants starred in a Center of a grant to continue the the Roof.” She had adapted thecostumes galore featuring Haman Older But Wiser Playwriting Group story and lyrics to the original score,(“Boo!”), Queen Esther, and lots of at RSM in 2012. The grant is allow- and directed the RSM Theatricalmusic, including “I’m Meshugga for ing volunteer and new Board mem- Group’s performance at both theMordi” to the tune of “I’m Just Wild ber Eddy Shuldman to again coach Manor and Robison.About Harry.” The audience also got residents in crafting their scripts and Kathy said, “We applaud Evelyn’sinvolved, reading off the script and help director Matt Zrebski put on making the joy of laughing at hu-following prompts like “LAUGH!” public performances of their plays. man nature a cross-campus event.” Watch “Purim Spiel: The Radio Eddy emphasized the program The “Fiddler on the Roof” castShow” or browse the photo gallery turned out to be “quite empower- comprised 11 residents and RSM Mar-at http://bit.ly/PurimCSP. ing” for the writers. RSM Adminis- keting Director Deborah Elliott. Resi- The same day, the RSM Spiel trator David Kohnstamm seconded dent Margie Spector played the pianofeatured music from the sentiment, say- and resident Hy Friedman the violin.Broadway shows and ing, “Our residents “Our combined age is 1,000the RSM Theatrical “Our combined age are as proud of this years,” said Evelyn. “It’s a good groupGroup. A resident’s is 1,000 years.” program as anything of actors.”son, Gabriel Hunter- they’ve done before.” Evelyn had also written a come-Bernstein, wrote the script, and sea- Community Program Director dic adaptation of “The Town Crier”soned theater veteran and resident Kathy Tipsord concluded, “Pro- titled “The Town Schreier.” On MayEvelyn Hirsch directed. grams like these continue to dispel 17 (after our deadline) she directed the myth that creativity is lost with another one of her plays, “Snow“Acting Our Age” youth. They also open our doors to White and the Seven Yentehs.” SheIn January, local professional actors the community at large. We welcome said, “I’ll be happy to see a smile onfilled Zidell Hall with their read- everyone at our campus.” people’s faces.” •5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 23
  24. 24. Lecture Series Enlightens and EnlivensK on its toes and join us for a Cedar Sinai Park Lecture Series! Four eep your mind times a year, a series of weekly lectures offers you, residents, and community mem-bers multiple opportunities to continue lifelong learning. Lectures are open to the public.Mind Matters From Glaciers to Gardens how to reduce the environmentalThe Winter 2012 Lecture Series May is dedicated to “our changing footprint in everyday life (May 29th).“Mind Matters” explored new re- planet” and explores the impactsearch in the treatment of Alzheim- humans have on the Earth. The Lecture Series Detailser’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, series offers guests the opportunity The quarterly Cedar Sinai Parkoral health, and the effects of music to discover what the Coalition for a Lecture Series is open to residentson brain chemistry and function. Livable Future has in mind to pro- and community members. Most lec- Guest speakers from OHSU, mote an equitable and sustainable tures take place at 6:45 p.m., with re-Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon, Portland for all residents (May 1st); freshments to follow, in Zidell HallMarylhurst University, and Al- educate themselves about the basics at Rose Schnitzer Manor. For morezheimer’s Consulting Service, Inc. of the science of global warming information and announcements,presented valuable information re- (May 8th); find out how to keep Or- call 503.535.4004 or 503.535.4015,lated to aging. egon lakes safe (May 22nd); and learn or visit http://bit.ly/CSPlectures. • MulvannyG2 ArchitectureHansen, Hunter Company, P.C., is a full-service CPA firm specializing inserving the acute and post-acute health care industry in more than 35 states. is proud and honoredReimbursement Services • Medi-Cal cost reporting and consulting with profit/loss analysis, to help Cedar Sinai Park rate-setting, audit representation and settlement analysis. • Medicare cost reporting and consulting with profit/loss analysis by RUG category and by resident considering fixed versus variable provide love, honor, and costs.Clinical Consulting Services respect for its residents. • Clinical audits with in-house RNs knowledgeable in Medicare, Medicaid case-mix and price-based systems • Billing audits • Compliance consulting (including IRO function of CIAs) • Quality Indicator consulting in preparation for SurveyAudit Services • For-profit and not-for-profit nursing homes, assisted living facilities and CCRC’s M U LV A N N Y G 2 . C O M • HUD audits • OMB A-133 audits • Fraud audits • 401(k) and 403 (b) audits • Residential housing audits “Thank you for the awesome care!”Tax ServicesWe provide all types of tax preparation, planning, and consulting. —family memberPlease contact us at (800) 547-3159 for more information.24 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  25. 25. We send our love and carolyn admiration to the and robin weinstein wonderful residents, Realtors for Every Generation ® staff, and volunteers at Working for you and our Cedar Sinai Park. community since 1978 to learn more visit Eric Tiffany cweinsteinpdxhomes.com or contact us personally Rosenfeld carolyn 503.802.6415 robin 503.802.6405 carolynandrobin@hasson.com j Our sincere gratitude to the staff, volunteers, and contributors who give with their hearts in caring for elders at the Robison Jewish Health Center Solomon D. Rosalyn Menashe j5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 25
  26. 26. All the best to the Cedar In appreciation of Sinai Park residents, Cedar Sinai Park. staff, and volunteers. Stan Bev Eastern Shirley Jerry Nudelman Jeff Anne Nudelman j Dean Sharon Morell j We are proud to support Best wishes to the Cedar Sinai Park residents and staff of in all the good work Cedar Sinai Park. they do. Rita Bob Philip Dick Deanne Rubinstein j j26 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  27. 27. How to Cope with Elder CareT o assist families in coping with the long-term care system, Cedar Sinai Park has developed an education program called the Elder’s Family Learning Initiative. It is specially designedto help families through challenges and struggles associated with the process of placing their agingrelative in long-term care. EFLI as- Residents need to enjoy a physically we disagree with it or know it maysists families in understanding many and emotionally safe environment. lead to a negative outcome? Do weareas of long-term care, including: The Baby Boomer generation is have the right to make choices for different from the generations we’ve residents who are capable of making • The aging process and re- been caring for in the past. Their their own? lated health issues ideas, values, and beliefs stem from Now imagine the elder with dia- • Housing options their experiences: they’re more inde- betes is living at home. If she wants • Insurance, including Medicare pendent; they come from double-in- chocolate cake, she’ll probably find a and Medicaid come households; they have enjoyed way to obtain it. If she wants to eat it • Family dynamics the science and practices of keeping every day, she most likely will. • Legal issues themselves younger and healthier As health care providers, we may • How to work with staff in longer. want to think about educating the long-term care to facilitate The Baby Boomers’ outlook and resident who has diabetes and the optimum care expectations raise new questions as resident’s loved ones about the risks they enter long-term care. Ingrained of eating chocolate cake in thisThe EFLI program offers an inno- in the elder-care field is the notion situation. If the resident still wants avative approach to working directly that safety always comes first. Now slice, should we provide it?with family members, at their own more than ever, we have to ask po- This may seem uncomfortable topace and comfort level. EFLI helps tential and current residents about discuss, but it’s a discussion we findto educate and empower family their choices and preferences, and ourselves increasingly having. Per-members to become partners with discuss honoring those choices even son-centered care entails listening tosocial service and medical staff in if this sometimes overrides other and honoring people’s choices. Weproviding the best care for their safety concerns. must make sure those choices areelderly loved ones. For example, imagine a resident informed. EFLI resources are available of an assisted living facility or nurs- What if the resident with diabe-online at http://bit.ly/EFLIatCSP. ing home who has diabetes. The tes has dementia or is cognitivelyThey include the “Guide to Care for resident’s physician, family, and care impaired in other ways? Some wouldan Aging Parent” book and links to staff all recommend no sugar in her say she can’t make the choice becauseCedar Sinai Park Blog post series. As diet. But the resident wants to have of the impairment, others that thea sample, read this abridged version a slice of chocolate cake. choice exists in the resident’s real-of the blog post by Stefani Corona, We need to ask ourselves: what ity. Unless the resident’s individualRSM Health Services Director. is our role as caregivers? Is it doing rights are taken away by court order, what we think is right for the resi- we should discuss honoring thoseBalancing Safety and Autonomy dent? Can we keep the resident safe choices.Assisted living and nursing home and honor her choices? How do we There is no definitive answer. Wefacilities must follow a number of creatively achieve this? Should we ask these questions with an openstate regulations related to safety. honor the resident’s choice even if mind. We hope you will join us. •5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 27
  28. 28. Helping Seniors Remain Safe, IndependentT he greatest challenge ahead of Jack Honey, Executive Director of Sinai Family Home Ser- vices, is managing the rapid growth the organization is experiencing while continuing to pro-vide the highest quality of services to seniors wishing to remain safe and independent in their homes.The 70 caregivers and 8 administra- geles Jewish community. He says, “I in an admin-tive staff the organization employs love providing services to seniors.” istrative role,”are, Jack says, “our greatest asset. After returning to Oregon in Jack says.We’re cultivating a family-style type 2005, he worked with the Jewish Sinai Familyof business that helps develop rela- Family and Child Service’s home- Home Servicestionships with our clients.” maker and companion services will play an Jack acknowledges caregiving is a program (incidentally, Sinai Fam- increasing roledemanding job, but “it can be very ily Home Services is a joint venture in Cedar Sinairewarding with the right level of sup- between Cedar Sinai Park and Jew- Park’s housing-port and training.” ish Family Child Service) and with-services project (see p. 10). Following BA studies in Russian completed his MBA in Health Care Read more about SFHS in twoand Eastern European Studies, Jack Administration. archive Jewish Review articles at:worked with seniors in the Los An- “I felt I could serve people better http://bit.ly/SFHSHoney. • Consultants for We are proud to support Cedar Sinai Park Everyone, LLC and all that it does for the community. State of the Art Technology and Wiring Helps You Keep Pace With Rapidly Changing Technology Advancements Over 80 years of combined experience Sussman Shank LLP connecting you to your customers. is a full-service business and commercial law firm. Phone: (888) 481-8983 Service Email: sidney@cfellc.com 1000 SW Broadway #1400 | Portland, Oregon 97205 503.227.1111 | www.sussmanshank.com28 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  29. 29. OHSU Students Help SeniorsS tudents from Oregon Health Science University’s School of Nursing visited the Cedar Sinai Park campus twice this year for teaching-and-learning projects. The March visit focusedon preventing falls, a major factor in level-of-care changes; the April one covered broader issuesof community health. According to and sharing their stories with them.”Assistant Professor Ruth Tadesse, The second visit served to identifyRN, who coordinated the visits for the residents’ health care and com-OHSU: “The teaching-and-learning munity services needs. The studentsprojects are our way to give back to interviewed residents and nursingthe community.” staff, and explored amenities in the RSM Health Services Director Raleigh Hills area around the cam-Stefani Corona identified the vis- pus. At the end of their engagement, OHSU students discuss ways to prevent falls.its as “a great opportunity for the they rated the community accordingOHSU students to get exposure to to priorities identified by all the in-long-term care. They can experience terviewees and identified potential the groups, Robison Director ofclinicals in the assisted-living set- evidence-based solutions. Nursing Services Laurie Wilsontings. Residents love the students Encouraging all staff to welcome said, “We’re happy to have them.” • We’re proud to support Cedar Sinai Park! NOT YOUR TYPICAL SPINSTER WITH HER CAT. Not your typical Portland boutique hotel. For reservations call 877.225.1717 or visit www.hotellucia.com 400 SW Broadway · Portland, Oregon gmco.com5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 29
  30. 30. In appreciation of Best wishes to the Cedar Sinai Park. residents and staff at Cedar Sinai Park. Harold Jane Pollin and Family Diane David Rosencrantz j j Congratulations to Cedar Sinai Park and Wishing happy days their success receiving to the residents and staff funding for new of Cedar Sinai Park. projects and growing their services to meet Eleanor Rubinstein expanded needs of our j vibrant community. Bunny Jerry Sadis30 GENERATION TO GENERATION Spring 2012
  31. 31. Cedar Sinai Park in a NutshellC edar Sinai Park provides residential and community-based care to our elders and adults with special needs, allowing them to live with comfort, independence, and dignity in a man-ner and in an environment based on Jewish values. Active consumer choice and a person-centeredapproach to care are at the heart of Our family of services ensures • Adult Day Services:our mission. As a nonprofit organi- that we’re with you wherever you or Daily respite carezation, we’re committed to deliver- your loved one choose to live. It cur- • Rose Schnitzer Tower:ing a broad-based continuum of care rently includes: Affordable housing for seniorsthat can be tailored to individuals’ and people with disabilitiesunique needs. In everything we do, • Rose Schnitzer Manor: • Kehillah Housing:we recognize that people, including Independent and assisted living Affordable housing for adultsour eldest and most frail citizens, • Robison Jewish Health Center: with special needs (in development)have the right to control decisions Skilled, intermediate, and • Sinai Family Home Services:made about their lives. We’ve been memory care In-home care (joint venture withselected to be one of Oregon’s 100 • Robison Residence: Jewish Family Child ServiceBest Nonprofits for 2011. Residential care of Portland) • Supported by Generation to Generation Vol. 16, No. 2 (Spring 2012) Publisher Cedar Sinai Park 6125 SW Boundary St. Portland, OR 97221-1019 www.cedarsinaipark.org M anaging Editor Debbi Bodie Contributing Writer /Designer Peter Korchnak Copy Editor DeAnn Sullivan-Fuks Photographers Bonny Chipman, Peter Korchnak, Ann Martinez, Elizabeth Moore, Katie Watry5772  ‫סתיו‬ ‫דור לדור‬ 31
  32. 32. NON-PROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID PORTLAND, OR PERMIT NO. 7336125 SW Boundary StreetPortland, OR 97221-1019Continue Reading OnlineI n print,“Generation to Generation” offers only a selection of stories, photos, quotes, and other information. Visit our outposts on the Internet to further explore life at Cedar SinaiPark. Read, watch, comment, Like—let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you.Website visit CedarSinaiPark.WordPress.org. in a time-crunch and if you want to CedarSinaiPark.org contains Subscribe via email or Real Simple see what our fans and community everything about our organi- Syndication (RSS). partners are up to.zation, including facilities, services,and educational content. With a Flickr Finally, go to http://bit.ly/CSPnewscouple of clicks, you can donate to Most of our photos are on or scan this QR code to access on-benefit our residents. Flickr, a photo site, where we line this and organized them into sets by date and past issues ofBlog event for easy viewing. “G ene r at ion Be the first to know with to Generation” the Cedar Sinai Park Facebook and of ourBlog! For the latest news from For the shortest updates, Like email newslet-around the campus and beyond, our page on Facebook. Ideal ter. Enjoy! • www.cedarsinaipark.org

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