Ezer Mizion’s Outstanding Worker Award Ceremony recognizing excellence in senior care took place at the Kibbutz Chafetz Chaim Hall. Continue reading Outstanding in her Care for the Elderly
Yated Ne’eman – Reshut Harabim Yated Ne’eman
Oct. 28, 2014
I was confused and helpless. My mother was afflicted with Alzheimers and I was at loss as to how to deal with it. What would contribute to her well-being? What would be detrimental? What activities, projects will she benefit from? I wanted to help but had no idea how. Continue reading Kinetic and Connected – for Seniors
“Shalom Ezer Mizion!
“I wanted to express my deepest and most sincere thanks to Yechiel, an ambulance driver for your organization in the Holon/Bat-Yam region. Yechiel, in spite of the draining work, always greets my mother with a smile and with endless patience. He looks out for the welfare of his passengers, is caring and attentive, and showers them with blessings that are worth far more than just another word. Continue reading Thank You!
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art was the scene of a different form of beauty on a recent evening: the beauty of giving. Continue reading The Art of Giving By Matan Wasserman
Following the great success of the first groups, Ezer Mizion’s Malka Hager Fitness Center is carrying on with additional conversation groups for seniors on the topic of positive thinking.
Ezer Mizion has always placed senior citizens at the forefront of their concern and is constantly developing unique projects to meet the specific needs discerned in this age group. Continue reading The New Circle
When parents begin to age, you are suddenly exposed to an alien world: medical equipment you never were familiar with, medications you never heard of, strange medical terms, and above all – coping with the knowledge that the mother and father you love and cherish are gradually becoming dependent on you. Aging and illness also bring with them a financial burden – expenses for medications and auxiliary equipment, loss of work days for the children due to care of their parents, adapting and renovating the home in a case of motor disability, and more and more. Continue reading Actualizing Senior Entitlements
Hamodia, Israel – September 2013 Section 2
The Chessed Doers
Sharing the Burden
A glimpse at Ezer Mizion’s world of chessed. Volunteering with all their heart, with dedication and consistence
Serious illnesses, trying situations — There are those who immediately step forward, the minute they hear about such things * They are called Ezer Mizion and anything connected to illness and coping with it is their department * Ezer Mizion is the address for patients and their families * They stretch out a hand, ease the pain, calm the fears, and provide assistance, enveloping everyone coping with medical challenge in a soft blanket of ahavat Yisrael * Avinu malkeinu, our Father, our King, send a full recovery to the ill of your people!
By S. Yaakovson
Thousands of people, each one with his own story. Each individual is a world in himself, each family — a complex system that enters a difficult and painful period. Continue reading A Reprint from Hamodia, Israel
Many seniors sat at their window this year wishing they could go to Meron for Lag B’Omer as in the past. Imprisoned in their disability, it was no longer possible.
And many seniors, still stunned at their good fortune, sat at the windows of Ezer Mizion’s eleven ambulances, hardly able to believe that the familiar scenes were real. Continue reading Lag B’Omer at Meron
Dear Ezer Mizion,
To all the organizers, counselors, and wonderful volunteers:
How wonderful to be counted among the generous givers,
To turn ordinary days into holidays
A swimming pool with beneficial water exercise,
A tasty and nourishing breakfast,
A good, interesting and friendly lecture.
“Ezer Mizion” – your work lives up to your name.
You can always be found in the right place at the right time
With G-d’s help, with ever rebounding strength.
For all this and more… Our gratitude and thanks.
From the women at the Achiya Hashiloni Geriatric Day Center in Bnei Brak,
with our greatest appreciation and admiration.