JBD’s Winehouse experience
AS WELL as a private view of the Amy Winehouse exhibition at the Jewish Museum in Camden, guests at Jewish Blind & Disabled’s young patrons reception were given a taste of the independence the charity helps bring to its clients.
They saw a film about Marc, a tenant in his 30s, whose life was transformed when he moved into JBD’s Cecil Rosen Court in Bushey. They also heard Ben Doltis speak movingly about his grandmother Nina, who also lives at Cecil Rosen Court.
Prior to moving into a JBD building, she had lived in a property which was too large for her needs, “and wasn’t wholly secure, which was always a worry as she had incredibly unfriendly and intimidating neighbours.
“Then she moved into Cecil Rosen Court and everything has just got better and bet-
The young patrons have raised more than £320,000