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Kavod Passes COVID-19 Audit

Many of you may be watching the news and seeing all the reports regarding senior facility outbreaks and the focus on their Infection Prevention Policies. This article was on Channel 9 news on May 4: https://www.9news.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/colorado-nursing-home-citations-inspections/73-44c1f35a-e77b-44eb-97d6-e728a7df195a As the number of facilities with outbreaks of the COVID-19 continue to rise, the… Read More »

Update at Kavod Senior Life from President/CEO, Michael Klein

Things are going as well as can be expected at Kavod. We continue to enhance our safety protocols to protect both staff and residents by limiting visitors, encouraging residents to stay at home and staff wearing masks while on campus plus other PPE as necessary. To make these restrictions less… Read More »

Kavod’s Protection Measures During COVID-19

Message from the President and CEO… We are working hard to ensure our campus follows best practices for the prevention of infectious diseases, including coronavirus or COVID-19. We want to assure you that Kavod is very aware of this matter and will continue to monitor its development to keep your… Read More »

“Saving Lives”: The Importance of Staying Connected and Active

Many of us know that having social connections is important to feel mentally healthy and develop a support system, but growing research indicates that engagement with others is imperative for older adults in preventing loneliness and associated health risks. Market Watch summarizes a few recent studies in which age is… Read More »

How to Approach Creative Programming for Older Adults

Almost everyone can relate to the internal “boost” of pride or satisfaction we feel when we create something we are proud of. This feeling is supported by studies that show how creative expression, especially as an older adult, improves overall physical and emotional well-being. With this improvement in mind, organizations… Read More »

A New Way to Support Kavod – and Your Favorite Causes

As many of you may know, there was a sweeping overhaul of the US tax legislation signed into law in 2017. This legislation represented the most significant tax changes in the United States in more than 30 years. Among the modifications in the law were those that affected tax deductions;… Read More »

Heading up the Year — Rosh Hashanah — Choose Life!

Sundown Sunday, September 29 – October 1  From Deuteronomy 30:19: “I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day: I have put before you life and death, blessing and curse, Choose Life – if you and our offspring would live…” One way we choose life is to stop,… Read More »