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Jewish Senior Life Enhances its Palliative and End of Life Program

Jewish Senior Life has secured funding for an initiative that will enrich the palliative and end-of-life care services provided to its residents. This expansion was made possible by a $480,895 grant from the Greater Rochester Health Foundation, as well as a generous donation by Clare and Jerry Rotenberg.

The initiative at the Clare and Jerry Rotenberg Center for Palliative and End of Life Care that is being supported by the Greater Rochester Health Doundation was designed by Jewish Senior Life staff. Its goal is to provide residents and their families with peace of mind in knowing that end of life care planning is in place. In addition, the program will help to provide a supportive and personalized experience for individuals and families. 

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