Rehabilitation of Holocaust survivors
A rehabilitation program for Holocaust survivors operates at Loewenstein Hospital.
A social worker representing the services for Holocaust survivors coordinates the follow-up and lends an attentive ear whenever special attention is required. Holocaust survivors who need rehabilitation, some of them lonely, receive the best possible treatment at Loewenstein, and their specific needs are addressed in a comprehensive manner that takes into account their age and their physical, mental, and emotional condition. During their hospital stay, in addition to excellent rehabilitation treatment, the survivors receive unique, custom-tailored solutions for their needs.
There is ongoing cooperation between the Loewenstein Hospital and the Claims Committee, which works on behalf of Holocaust survivors. The Claims Committee assists in the development of the hospital, and it contributed to the building of the new Hellenberg hospital tower.