Uniper Care, an Israeli start-up, is offering Holocaust survivors and other elderly people in Los Angeles a closed social network that allows them to communicate with their friends, and organize joint activities at home.

Holocaust survivors, who are often isolated from one another, lead lively discussions on politics and current affairs, share recipes, video chat, play games and organize social gatherings.

The social network also provides an option for users to connect via closed a portal in order to communicate with their families and friends outside the closed network; such as WhatsApp and Facebook.

“The idea started with Holocaust survivors, who can’t get out very much and are therefore isolated and lonely,” Avi Price, Co-Founder & COO of Uniper Care Technologies.