Center for Holocaust Survivors

Center for Holocaust Survivors · 21. February 2020
A beautiful vision was not only realized but exceeded recently when 92 Holocaust survivors graduated from a program that brought the world to their doorstep through the use of technology. Now confident iPad users, these graduates can video chat with distant family members; take photos; send emails; listen to music from their youth; watch movies, read books or check the news in their native language; or simply search the internet. The project’s official name: Tablets and Technology:...

Center for Holocaust Survivors · 29. October 2019
In late September, staff members of the Jewish Family Service Center for Holocaust Survivors travelled from Cincinnati to Washington, D.C., to attend an important workshop sponsored by Jewish Federations of North America. The JFNA Center for Advancing Holocaust Care hosted the annual event at The Carnegie Institution for Science. The main topic for this year’s gathering was “Aging and Trauma: Innovations in Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed Care for Diverse Older Populations.”

Center for Holocaust Survivors · 21. March 2016
Cincinnati’s Jewish Holocaust survivors will receive groundbreaking care to reduce isolation thanks to a $60,000 grant Jewish Family Service Cincinnati received from the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). When combined with matching funds, this award will enable $80,000 in new programming for survivors.