Benjamin Rose Institute. Celebrating 100 Years of caring for older adults… and those who care for them. 1908. Cleveland industrialist Benjamin Rose establishes in his will the Institute bearing his name. Rose’s wife, Julia, and their two children predeceased him.
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Celebrating 100 Years
of caring for older adults…
and those who care for them
Cleveland industrialistBenjamin Rose establishes in his will the Institute bearing his name. Rose’s wife, Julia, and their two children predeceased him.
With no direct heirs, he left
a considerable amount of
his fortune to charity.
Margaret Wagner (left) and a friend.
A Belford House resident enjoys time with some young friends.
for older adults.
Benjamin Rose Hospital
of older people and their families
and evaluating the impact
Dr. Margaret Blenkner on the effectiveness of home health
a home aide
for Aging. It is housed in
a former marine hospital
and later becomes a
thriving campus of
agencies for older people.
for those aged
62 and older.
Ribbon cutting ceremony marking the opening of the Margaret Wagner Apartments
Dr. Katz is recognized by the U.S. Administration on Aging in honor of the launch of KPI.