The Jewish Home At a Glance
Founded in 1912, the world-renowned Los Angeles Jewish Home is one of the foremost multi-level senior living communities in the United States, and the largest single source provider of senior housing in Los Angeles.
The Home is a multi-level senior living facility, with options including independent, residential, assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, Alzheimer's and dementia care, and acute behavioral health. The Home also provides the Skirball Hospice, a community clinic, and support groups.
In total, the Jewish Home annually serves more than 1,700 seniors through an extraordinary continuum of services. Each year more than 1,200 seniors are cared for in-residence on two beautifully landscaped, secure village campuses spanning 16 acres. Another 500 seniors are served through the Home's community-based programs.
Levels of Care
- Independent Living
- Residential Care
- Assisted Living
- Skilled Nursing
- Rehabilitation Services
- Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care
- Behavioral Health Care
- Hospice Care
Jewish Home Special Features
Average Nursing Care per Resident, per Day
|California Mandate||3.2 hours|
|Jewish Home Provides||4.9 hours|
Dietary laws are observed by the Jewish Home. Three kosher meals are served daily (over 1,000,000 annually). Milk and meat are not served at the same time. Some foods are prohibited under the laws of kashrut, including pork and shellfish.
Spiritual and Religious Services
Services are available for all religious and spiritual needs, regardless of faith. Rabbinical staff on both village campuses provides spiritual counseling, educational classes, religious services, and the celebration and observance of all Jewish holidays.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
24-hour emergency call system, with nursing staff on duty
Health Care Services
The Jewish Home specializes in "life-enhancing," world-class medical care that exceeds government standards. This includes a fully-staffed, on-site medical clinic, providing easy access to a broad spectrum of medical services. Specialities include: Audiology, Cardiology, Chiropractic, Dental, Dermatology, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology, Optometry, Orthopedics, Podiatry, Pulmonology, and Urology.
Jewish Home Activities
Numerous amenities are offered to ensure an active, secure lifestyle in a warm environment. Our holistic approach to healthy aging cares for the body, mind, and spirit. Residents enjoy 22,250 plus activities each year. Each campus provides creative arts, social and recreational activities, exercise classes such as T'ai Chi and yoga, clubs, volunteer opportunities, cultural events, intergenerational programs, educational classes, concerts, films, and music appreciation. A gift shop, bank, post office, beauty salon and spa, computer laboratory and library, snack bar, synagogue, therapy and fitness center are located on each campus. Transportation to local shopping centers, cultural events and other scheduled outings is provided.
Jewish Home Fast Facts
|Average Age at Jewish Home||90|
|Average Length of Stay||7 years|
|National Average||2.5 years|
|Libraries and Computer Centers||12|
|Weight (strength training) Stations||4|
|Public Speaking Engagements||691|
|Guests for High Holidays and Passover||547|
|Community Seminars and Lectures||225|
|Arts and Crafts Classes||2,054|
|Beauty Shop Visits||13,600|
|Exercise/T'ai Chi/Yoga Classes||2,395|
|Holiday Celebrations and Spiritual Services||1,432|
|Lectures, Speakers, Discussion Groups||2,216|
|Tours and Outings||763|
|Volumes in Library (incl. 1,000 large print)||3,250|
|Resident-Published Newsletters (4 issues/year)||2|
|Number of Staff||1,108|
|Medical Group Physicians & Nurse Practitioners||8|
|RNs, LVNs & CNAs||576|
|Therapy & Rehabilitation||29|
|Social Services and Admissions||18|
|Housekeeping, Maintenance, Laundry||115|