Cedar Sinai Park is pleased to welcome Kimberly Fuson as Interim Executive Director. Kimberly has a long history with CSP. She worked for the organization from 2001 to 2013, ultimately serving as Chief Operating Officer. Since that time, she has worked in senior executive positions in California, Hawaii and Nevada adding experience serving critical access hospitals and continuing care retirement communities to her work in independent and assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, day services and housing. Kimberly’s previous roles have uniquely prepared her for this newest role at Cedar Sinai Park.
CSP staff serving food were, from left, Tammy Heard, Autumn Dorfman, Priscila Rossi, Angelo Turner, Rachel Stephens and Jemi Mansfield.
Cedar Sinai Park Life Enrichment Team members, from left, Phoenix Barrow, Heather Sprinkle and Sarah Whisenhunt pose in front of one of the classic cars on display launching the “Through the Decades” Rose Festival celebration at CSP.
Each year, CSP picks a different Rose Festival theme. This year the theme is “Through the Decades.” Throughout the month the campus has various events, including a Roaring ’20s Party, 1970s’ tie-dye making, Singing Through the Decades, Drinking Through the Decades, and a Radical ’80s Party. Each year residents nominate a royal court that culminates with a coronation ceremony presenting the king and queen. A trip to the Rose Garden is generally part of the festivities each year.
Throughout the summer CSP residents will be treated to patriotic-, southern- and beach-themed barbecues.
Cedar Sinai Park provides residential and community-based care to seniors and adults with special needs. On its campus in Southwest Portland, CSP offers a full-range of residential living options. Rose Schnitzer Manor features assisted living apartments. The Harold Schnitzer Center for Living provides long-term intermediate nursing care in four 12-resident households. Adult Day Services offers group activities and special events in a secure location on campus. Robison Home has been transformed into the Robison Health & Rehabilitation Center, a post-acute care center providing short-term rehabilitation. Special needs housing is provided in Kehillah House on the campus.
We at Rose Schnitzer Manor know it’s hard to make a move, that’s why we want to make it as easy as possible for you. Let us know by March 31, 2017, that you’re interested in making Rose Schnitzer Manor your home at a future date and we’ll help with your move-in costs. We think it’s pretty special community here and would love to have you join us.
As the new CEO of Cedar Sinai Park, I welcome you to the our new and improved website! We think you will find the site easier to navigate and full of helpful information. I encourage you to check it from time to time as we expand the features and add more links to eldercare resources.
We look forward to sharing the exciting changes at Cedar Sinai Park, as we grow to better serve our community.
We know that moving can be a tough transition. That’s why we’ve created the Future Resident Program at Rose Schnitzer Manor. The program is open to those who have chosen to move to Rose Schnitzer Manor in the next six months and put down the $500 reservation deposit. The program allows participants to be introduced to our community and makes for a smoother transition.
The perks of the program include:
Four complimentary meal passes monthly to any of our dining rooms
Access to all programs on campus including a variety of exercise classes, art classes, discussion groups, musical entertainment, cocktail parties, lecture series, movies, and more – about 75 each week to choose from!
Invitations to special events and celebrations
Use of our weekly shopping shuttles
Exclusive discount to the Adult Day Services Program on our Campus
Our mission is to provide residential and community-based care to our elders and adults with special needs, allowing them to live with comfort, independence and dignity in a manner and in an environment based on Jewish values.
Please use 62nd Avenue when arriving to or leaving from our campus!
Cedar Sinai Park has an agreement with its neighbors to minimize traffic in our neighborhood and to use only 62nd Avenue when arriving to or leaving from our campus. Accessing Boundary Street via SW 65th Avenue or Shattuck Road is prohibited.
Your help in honoring our commitment to our neighbors is greatly appreciated!