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100th Birthday Celebration

Happy birthday to our resident Elizabeth! Our motorcycle maven recently she sat down with the Atlanta Jewish Times to tell her secrets for aging gracefully. Click here to read the story.

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Volunteers Welcome!

Volunteers Make A BIG Difference! Just taking the time to smile and socialize with a resident greatly adds to his or her quality of life. We invite you to share whatever interests, skills or talents you have with our residents—ongoing or as one-time special events. We welcome energetic, dedicated people who enjoy engaging with seniors…

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“Singing CEO” Harley Tabak featured in AJC

Known as the “Singing CEO” to residents at all Jewish Home Life Communities, the Atlanta Journal Constitution recently profiled Harley while he performed for residents at Berman Commons. Click here to read more: Singing CEO Makes Life Worthwhile

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Berman Commons Wedding

We had a wedding at Berman Commons! Click here to read about how our residents celebrated their 100th birthday and 73rd wedding anniversary from the Dunwoody Crier

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Berman Commons Opens Sunday, March 8

Following nearly 15 months of construction and a vision that dates back to 2007, a lot that once housed trailers used for a private high school on Womack Road is now home to Berman Commons, a 90-unit assisted living and memory care community. The newest community in the Jewish Home Life Communities family of services,…

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Woodruff Foundation Gives $1 Million to Berman Commons

Woodruff Foundation Gives $1 Million to Jewish Home Life Communities for New Assisted Living Community Grant Brings Capital Campaign Over $8 Million Mark The Trustees of the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation recently authorized a $1 million grant to be given to The William Breman Jewish Home [dba Jewish Home Life Communities (JHLC)] for construction of…

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