Life Enrichment is the new name for the Robison Jewish Health Center’s activity program, and Cedar Sinai Park has appointed Jennifer Felberg to be in charge.
“We are focused on person-centered care, and we are here to enhance all aspects of our residents’ lives,” says Kimberly Fuson, CSP’s chief program officer. “The new name is a better fit.”
Born and raised in Portland, Jennifer served as an activities assistant for Cedar Sinai Park’s Adult Day Services before taking on her new responsibilities. She has been a professional singer, a cruise ship entertainment coordinator and a personal trainer at the Mittleman Jewish Community Center. Naturally creative, she enjoys putting together a fun and interesting schedule for the residents.
But, she says, well-being is much more than activities. This fall, for example, Life Enrichment helped make sure residents were registered to vote, that their ballots would get to them at Robison, and that they would get help with the voting process if they needed it.
“I love working with seniors,” she says. “This is my calling.”