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First-ever crowdfund impact investment to ease elderly loneliness in TLV

The impact investment, titled "New Era," is expected to affect 200 seniors in Tel Aviv over 2.5 years with a total investment size of NIS 2.3 million.

Former Mossad head Yatom forms Veterans Party

Wants to hold balance of power but won't join Netanyahu-led government


Hillel's Tech Corner: provides tech solutions for long-term care

The ability to use artificial intelligence to make the lives of millions of senior citizens that much better is yet another example of how technology can be used to do well by doing good.


Beit Shemesh senior citizens receive blankets, warm clothing for Hannukah

The winter packages consisted of a warm blanket, emergency lights, a quilt, a portable heater, warm sheets, and a Hanukkah gift package consisting of a menorah and candles.

Jewish Agency constructs new senior housing complex in Tel Aviv

It will be the first new such complex of its kind built in Tel Aviv for the last 40 years.

THERE IS now a broad social realization that the elderly are the main risk group that needs to be pr

Outbreaks in nursing homes worsened by bureaucratic test bungling

"On every tombstone of an elderly person who died from COVID, will it be written that they died due to the Tender Obligation Law?" Committee chairman Ofer Shelah asked.

Two elderly women sit on a bench on Jaffa Street in downtown Jerusalem on October 26, 2020.

Coronavirus crisis continues to severely impact Israeli seniors

Over 47% of the respondents reported a poor mental state, including loneliness, depression and even feelings that "in the current situation, life has no meaning."

Hadassah-University Medical Center's Prof. Yossi Karko (left) and Hannah Drori, chief of the hospita

Coronavirus vaccines: Which Israelis will be jabbed first?

Medical personnel top the list, while children will be ineligible for inoculation

Personal, health and social security at Ahuzat Beit Hakerem

The tenants of the Beit Hakerem estate create art. A wonderful world on a palette


First comprehensive study of the third age in the coronavirus crisis

Residents of the Rubinstein Estates - optimistic and protected from the virus, those who stayed in their homes felt less safe

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