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Read more about what people are saying about the people and events happening at The Reutlinger.
July 2016: CEO Jay Zimmer Profiled in McKnight’s
August 2015: Building for the Future, The Reutlinger Community Forges Ahead with Plan to Set the Standard for World-Class Senior Living
August 2015: Reutlinger expands rehabilitation therapy
July 2015: The Reutlinger Community joins forces with AFFIRMA Rehabilitation to offer onsite therapy
April 2015: Increasing beauty among the elderly
March 2015: New Senior Art Show on Display in Danville
November 2014: Art is Alive and Well for the Residents of the Reutlinger – 14th Annual Exhibit Showcases Residents’ Art
The 14th Annual Exhibition of Art at The Reutlinger, located in the San Francisco Bay Area town of Danville, CA is currently on display. The exhibition reflects the work of the 70-, 80- and 90-year olds who participate in the facility’s award winning art program, which will celebrate its silver anniversary in September.
November 2014: Jay Zimmer Appointed Chief Executive Officer of Reutlinger Community for Jewish Living
The Board of Directors of The Reutlinger Community for Jewish Living is pleased to announce the hiring of Jay Zimmer, MBA as the new CEO of the senior living community. The appointment comes at a time that RCJL will be undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation, Renew Reutlinger. The Reutlinger is a five-star rated multi-level, faith-based, nonprofit senior care organization that welcomes people of all faiths and backgrounds, with an emphasis on Jewish values.
“That’s a directive Jeanette Gross has taken to heart, and repeats often, especially on Friday mornings. That’s when the Oakland resident convenes a sacred chant group at Reutlinger Community for Jewish Living in Danville, something she’s been doing for the past 11 years.”
“Through the front entrance at Danville’s Reutlinger Community for Jewish Living, past the spacious dining room, in a bright recreation room overlooking the front lawn, Claudia Felson is inspecting a pair of worn-out blue socks.”