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It is our privilege to provide experiences where older adults continue to

live fulfilling lives supported by staff that feels like family. At Jewish

Senior

Life

we strive to be a great place to work based on mutual

respect, trust, and open communication, where employees are valued and

appreciated and residents live meaningful lives.

To recognize and show appreciation for our employees who demonstrate

these Jewish Senior

Life

values, we have three different award programs.

Leon Rosen Exceptional Customer Service Award:

Employee of the Month

Established in memory of Leon Rosen in 2009, to honor and inspire

those employees who go above and beyond the call of duty to provide

outstanding service to the residents at the Jewish Home of Rochester.

Leon Rosen’s motto, which he recited frequently to his children was: “Take an extra second and do it right.”

Upholding their father’s belief that it’s the little things that make all the difference, his children and their families

established the Leon Rosen Exceptional Customer Service Award. Residents and their families are encouraged to

nominate Jewish Home direct caregivers who exemplify these values.

The Annual Brodsky-Grossman Employee Recognition Award

This award was established to recognize and reward exemplary performance of Wolk Manor staff members.

The Brodsky-Grossman Supporting Foundation established the Brodsky-Grossman Employee Recognition Fund

to enable Wolk Manor residents, family members, and peers to recognize the dedication of non-management staff

of Wolk Manor or the Lodge at Wolk Manor for providing exceptional customer service.

The Annual Arthur & Louise Wasserman

Employee Recognition Award

The Wasserman Employee Recognition Award was created in 1984 by

Arthur Wasserman and his three sisters. The family was inspired to make

the gift to honor the memory of their beloved aunts, Sarah Lehrer and

Dorothy Silver, both of whom were residents of the Jewish Home and

benefited from the wonderful care provided by the Home’s dedicated

and caring staff.

The Wasserman award acknowledges outstanding employees across the

Jewish Senior

Life

continuum of care in the following categories:

Nurses, Nursing Assistants, Environmental Services/Laundry, Food

Service, Direct Services, Indirect Services, and Supervisors

(nursing & non-nursing).

If you would like to nominate an employee for providing outstanding service and demonstrating our values,

visit

jewishseniorlife.org/residentsandfamilies .

Or you may pick up a nomination form at the Summit at Brighton,

Wolk Manor or Jewish Home concierge desks.

Recognize Staff that Go Above

and Beyond!