Despite Hurricane Irma’s wrath, MorseLife Health System will host its Homebound Mitzvah Program on Sept. 18 — improving the High Holidays for homebound Jewish seniors, who otherwise would not be able to experience its joys and traditions. On Monday, MorseLife and 400 volunteers of all ages and religious affiliations will prepare Homebound Mitzvah Program packages and deliver […]Read More
As Drawn by Jaro Fabry The extraordinary exhibit, “The Lifestyle of New York Cafe Society” is now on display in the Jean and Frederic Sharf Welcome Center in Morse Health Center. It features the works of Jaro Fabry, who was a a bright star inthe 1930s world of the New York Cafe Society. The group with whom […]Read More
Now in its twentieth year, the MorseLife Health System Homebound Mitzvah Program and its volunteers are making a difference on Monday, September 18 to Jewish frail homebound seniors over the High Holidays who otherwise would not be able to experience its joys and traditions. More than 400 volunteers of all ages and from all walks […]Read More
MorseLife Health System is pleased to announce that Rabbi/Cantor Bruce Benson, D.M., a Rabbi and Cantor for over 40 years and Grammy-nominated composer, has joined its clergy team as of July 10th. Rabbi/Cantor Benson joins Rabbi Alan Sherman, long-standing chaplain and spiritual advisor to patients, residents, clients and staff since MorseLife’s founding in 1983. Rabbi […]Read More
In its ongoing commitment to meeting the evolving needs of seniors, MorseLife Health System has launched an innovative, enhanced model of care to enable assisted living residents to remain in their homes in the face of physical and mental decline. Known as “Signature Care for Assisted Living,” the services will be available to existing and […]Read More
The Delray Beach site of Palm Beach PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly), today hosted an open house and barbecue style luncheon for the community to introduce this innovative program to a wider audience in need of its services. A celebration of the unofficial start of summer, guests enjoyed hamburgers, hot dogs, […]Read More
Residents of the independent/assisted living residence, The Tradition of the Palm Beaches, got a very special visit this afternoon from Sonic, Missile, Bolt, retired racing greyhounds who now work in the Animal Kindness Program/Dog Safety Program of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. Rita and Greyhound Barbara Masi, Special Events Coordinator for the Animal Kindness […]Read More
West Palm Beach, FL, April 27, 2017 – Last night, MorseLife Health System was named an honoree in the 2017 “Business of the Year” awards program, presented by South Florida Business Journal held at Jungle Island in Miami. The nationally-recognized senior care organization founded in 1983 was singled out as the “Non Profit” recipient in […]Read More
Palm Beach, FL, March 30, 2017 – Sheila and Alec Engelstein were presented with the MorseLife Health System Chairman’s Award at the nonprofit’s 2017 Biennial Meeting at The Colony Pavilion tonight. Stephen Levin, MorseLife Health System Chairman, made the very special presentation at the close of the meeting. The Chairman’s Award was established in 2012 […]Read More
West Palm Beach, FL, March 15, 2017 – Now in its twentieth year, the MorseLife Health System Homebound Mitzvah Program and its volunteers are making a difference on Thursday, April 6 to Jewish frail homebound seniors over Passover who otherwise would not be able to experience its joys and traditions. According to Linda Sevich, MorseLife’s […]Read More
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