TOMORROW: Refuah Children’s Center, and Two Other Programs

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Three Upcoming RAA/Igud Events:

  1. TOMORROW: Refuah Program and the Children’s Center at The Phoenix – Wednesday, March 10 at 7:30pm
  2. CSI and NYU Langone L.I. “Stop the Bleeding” Training – March 10 at 1:00pm and March 16 at 7:00pm
  3. Something to Say at the Seder by Rav Dr. Aaron Glatt – Motzei Shabbos, March 13 at 8:30pm
1. Refuah Program and the Children’s Center at The Phoenix

The Rabbinical Alliance of America/Igud HaRabbonim is delighted to invite you to attend a special Zoom presentation on the Refuah Program and the Children’s Center at The Phoenix

Wednesday, March 10th, at 7:30PM

MEETING ID: 991 0226 0831

PASSCODE: 497006

The Zoom presentation is part of our ongoing focus to provide member rabbis and rebbetzins important information about services that can help them in their communal work.

For more information, or to advise of your attendance, please contact Rabbi Yehuda Blank, Director of Chaplaincy Commission and External Affairs, RAA/IGUD at (917) 446-2126, rablenblank

A word about Phoenix

The Phoenix Center for Rehabilitation and Pediatrics is a skilled nursing facility located in Wanaque, NJ and offers services to both geriatric and pediatric patients. The facilities pediatric unit prides itself on offering high quality services such as nursing, rehabilitation and respiratory therapy. With a recently upgraded fleet of VOCSN ventilators, the facility has been at the forefront of the technological advancements in the field of respiratory therapy. The facility can accommodate all kinds of stays, ranging from long-term care to subacute to even just a respite stay, offering families who need a break a safe facility to place their children.

The Refuah Program at the Phoenix Center was created to allow Jewish families to feel comfortable religiously with placing their children in a skilled nursing facility. It offers in-house programming for children and their families to bring a sense of Judaism into the children’s daily life. It offers kosher food, and has a facility that is Shabbos friendly, as well as an accommodating and understanding staff familiar with the needs of a Jewish family. The center is in contact with leading Halachic medical authorities, and has a number of Jewish doctors advising.