Holocaust Survivor Care Resources

Caring for Holocaust Survivors with Sensitivity at End of Life, MJHS Guidebook

When providing care to Holocaust Survivors and was victims, it is important that we are mindful of our words and actions–particularly because we may be the last generation of caregivers and clinicians who have the honor, as well as the moral obligation, of delivering compassionate health services to Survivors. Download the Guidebook for Clinicians.

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Grief and Renewal After the Loss of a Holocaust Survivor

Children and grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors often respond to loss differently. Our six-part series will address how this unique lifelong issue has shaped our lives, and will help us answer: What happens now? How do you reconcile your loss when you have been focused on your loved ones for so long? How do you carry out the legacy for your loved one? Join us for a six-part virtual discussion group hosted by Dr. Irit Felsen, PhD on “Grief and Renewal After the Loss of a Holocaust Survivor”