Finding Joy in the Incomplete: Purim


By Rabbi Bryan Kinzbrunner Chaplain, Wilf Campus for Jewish Life Purim celebrates surviving a decree of genocide unleashed by the evil Haman against the Jews of Persia.  Part of the celebration is the reading of Megillat Esther (the scroll of … Continue reading

Exercise For a Healthier Heart: It’s Never Too Late

Hearth Health and Exercise

February is American Heart Month—a great time to consider whether we’re doing all we can to support cardiovascular wellness. Most people today are aware of the heart health benefits of physical activity. Walk by a gym window or any urban … Continue reading

Anxiety Disorders: Seeking Help for Yourself or a Loved One

Anxiety affecting older woman

Could My Loved One Have an Anxiety Disorder? Certainly, there are things to fret about as we grow older. We may face health challenges. We may have financial concerns. We may fear falling. We may worry about family members or … Continue reading

Foot and Ankle Safety Tips, Doctor Approved

Winter foot and ankle safety

Foot and Ankle Surgeons Offer Winter Weather Safety Tips Brrrr! Much of the country has seen frigid and treacherous weather during the first weeks of 2018. It’s so important for seniors to take precautions to avoid cold-related illness and injury. … Continue reading

Always Going Above & Beyond at Stein Assisted Living

Stein Assisted Living Resident and Staff

Recently, I had two extraordinary experiences with the wonderful staff at Wilf Campus and Stein Assisted Living. The first experience was challenging. My Mom and Aunt, who both live at Stein, lost their older brother to a sudden illness. He … Continue reading