Resident & Family Activities

Resident Activities

The current Hebrew Home activity schedules are accessed below. To adjust the view size, click "View" at the top of your screen and then select "Zoom" from the drop-down menu.

Smith-Kogod Residence: April     May
Wasserman Residence: April     May

Hebrew Home Family Council

The Family Council is an independent organization of family members and friends of Hebrew Home residents. We are dedicated to promoting and improving the quality of life for your loved one — and all residents.

Please join us at our next meeting:

Tovah Kasdin, director of the ElderSAFE Center, will discuss her new program and the efforts it is taking to protect seniors in the community from elder abuse. Light refreshments will be served.

DATE: Thursday, May 14

TIME: 6:00–7:00 p.m.

LOCATION: Wasserman Residence, in the Jacob and Charlotte Lehrman Foundation Boardroom

Questions? Want to join our e-mail list? Please contact Interim Chair Carolyn Levine at or or call 301.315.8295.

NOTE: After May, Family Council meetings will resume in the fall. 

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