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The JAA serves the Jewish community of Pittsburgh while at the same time offers seniors of all faiths an opportunity to find spritual fulfillment within our spectrum of services. Spirituality is far more than formal religious practice. We have all known peop... more.
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Deborah Winn-Horvitz, JAA President & CEO
Nighttime Memory Care | Jewish Association on Aging
JAA CEO Deborah Winn-Horvitz's response is simple, yet profoundly loving."
The innovative program is open on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. in the JAA's Anathan Club Suite. The participants are engaged in stimulating activities in a safe and secure environment while their caregivers receive a much-needed good night's sleep so that they are more able to care for their loved ones during normal waking hours. The Nighttime Memory Care Program mirrors the existing Anathan Club Adult Day Program. "Our goals of this exciting new Nighttime Memory Care program are to delay institutionalization of those who participate, relieve caregiver stress and burnout and provide families with the ability to stay together in their homes," Winn-Horvitz says.
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As we collectively continue to refine our business strategy, we see similar collaborations starting across the country, modeled on our Pittsburgh experience - what a great way to share our successes," said Deborah Winn-Horvitz, president and CEO of the JAA.
Stephen Halpern and Deborah Winn-Horvitz will be among the community leaders honored at the event. Mr. Halpern will receive the Emanuel Spector Memorial Award, and Ms. Winn-Horvitz will receive the Doris and Leonard H. Rudolph Jewish Communal Professional Award. Deborah Winn-Horvitz The 2016 Rudolph Award recipient, Deborah Winn-Horvitz, has served Pittsburgh's elderly by bringing 20 years of experience in academic medicine to her role as president and CEO of the Jewish Association on Aging (JAA). Before joining the JAA in 2011, Ms. Winn-Horvitz held leadership roles at UPMC Health System, at which she served as executive administrator for the Department of Medicine. Ms. Winn-Horvitz serves as a board member of the National Association of Jewish Aging Services, the Faith-Based Network and the Pittsburgh Care Partnership. She is a trustee of the Jewish Women's Foundation of Greater Pittsburgh and serves the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health as a mentor and preceptor. In 2015, Ms. Winn-Horvitz was appointed to Governor Wolf's transition team for aging services. The same year, she was a Health Care Heroes finalist for the City of Pittsburgh. Ms. Winn-Horvitz earned a master's degree in health administration from Sage Graduate Schools, New York State, and completed additional coursework at the John M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh.
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- Deborah Winn-Horvitz, President & CEO, Jewish Association on Aging