Survey of the needs and facilities for the care of the Jewish aged in New York City ...

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Statementprepared by Gregory Meiksins for the Central bureau for the Jewish aged.
ContributionsCentral Bureau for the Jewish Aged (New York, N.Y.)
LC ClassificationsHV1471.N5 M4
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Pagination43 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL6518298M
LC Control Number47021025

Jewish Home And Hospital For Aged. West Th Street New York, NY Jewish Home And Hospital For Aged is a care community for the elderly located in a neighborhood in New York, New York.

This Memory Care Facilities facility has made a difference in the lives of their residents and their families for years. Besides care facilities, there is also at-home Jewish care which can provide medical services as well as frozen Kosher meals and Shabbat dinners to seniors who may need them.

The goal is to allow seniors to continue feeding their souls while getting the care their bodies need. Compared to the national average, New York City’s home care costs are relatively high.

The Genworth Cost of Care Survey revealed that the city’s seniors pay an average of $4, per month for homemaker services and $4, per month for home health aides. The national average monthly costs for these services are $4, and $4, Service Area: Upper West Side New York City Description: Offers information/referral, educational advocacy, child care programs, Spanish-speaking support group, and other services for seniors New York City Department for the Aging – Grandparent Resource Center Contact: Giovana Montalvo Baer, Director Phone: File Size: 1MB.

A NEW survey will asses how “Jewishness” should be reflected in Jewish Care’s aged, family, disability and community services. The provision of kosher meals, Jewish staff and Shabbat services all come under the microscope in the questionnaire, designed to measure the community’s expectations of a Jewish support ­organisation.

Unrivaled Medical Staff: Our Manhattan nursing facility is the only one in New York City staffed by full-time physicians and nurse practitioners, in partnership with Mount Sinai Health System.

The Leader in Heart Health: First skilled nursing facility in New York State to receive Joint Commission Certification for heart failure.

Exceptional Rehabilitation: We partner with Burke Rehabilitation. The number of adults over the age of 60 in New York City has grown from million in to over million inand it is expected to rise to million by Contributing to this growth is that members of the “baby boomer” generation began turning 60 in and average life expectancy in the United States has been.

We lead the way in quality and innovative care, service and guidance for older adults and their loved ones with senior services including a nursing home, assisted living, subacute rehabilitation therapies and at-home and community services in Rockleigh and River Vale, New Jersey serving Bergen and Rockland Counties.

Additionally, ACS prevention services have safely reduced the City’s utilization of foster care. There were nea New York City children in foster care 25 years ago, just a decade ago. Today there are approximately 8, children in foster care. Main Street Freehold, NJ The Jewish Home for Rehabilitation & Nursing, a new member of the distinguished Marquis Health Services family, is proud to introduce a whole new level of post acute care to the communities of Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex Counties.

Conveniently located just down the road from CentraState Medical Center, [ ]. The question of how to care for one’s elderly parents is not a new one; Jewish sources mandate that children tend personally for their parents’ physical and psychological needs.

The 12th century scholar Maimonides adds one caveat referred to in the article below: Those who are extremely disturbed by their parents’ dementia may arrange to.

Jewish Senior Life is accredited for its high quality and customer satisfaction by CARF, and is a member of the Senior Health Alliance of Greater Rochester, Leading Age, Leading Age New York, and the Association of Jewish Agency Services.

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At Jewish Senior Life, we cherish relationships. We get to know you so we can be there for you when and how. health needs assessment, its own knowledge of the institution, and information gathered from staff throughout National Jewish Health, including grant administrators, individual researchers, professional education, community outreach and finance staff to identify greatest community health needs that National Jewish Health can effectively address.

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There are an estimated 5, Jewish patients in proprietary nursing homes in the New York metropolitan area which were severely criticized today by the American Jewish. Individuals Aged 60 and Over.

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The Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program (EISEP) - provides non-medical services and supports for seniors who need help with basic daily activities, or require assistance with shopping, cooking, or paying bills.

To be eligible, individuals must be at least 60 years old, cannot be eligible to receive similar services under other government programs. Kate Manning’s “My Notorious Life” is a novel about Axie Muldoon, a New York City street girl of the ’s, who fights her way out of poverty by becoming the era’s most successful—and.

Head of JFCS’ Palliative Care Program Honored with Top Award. Redwing Keyssar, RN, BA, the Director of the Palliative Care Program at Seniors At Home, the senior care division of Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS) of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, will receive one of two Compassionate Care Leadership Awards bestowe.

What is the Jewish view on obligation to care for aging parents. Click here for a(n) Reform answer by Rabbi Holly Cohn Click here for a(n) Orthodox answer by Rabbi Gidon Rothstein.

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The New Jewish Home is a comprehensive, mission-driven nonprofit health care system serving older New Yorkers since MISSION Our mission is to empower older adults to enhance purpose and well-being through a portfolio of innovative health care services.

The New York Times “Any number of people can design or build the architecture but that doesn’t bring about the revolutionary change in culture that The Green House Project provides. For us to be able to leverage the successes and failures of so many other adopters is invaluable. An alarmingly high number of poor, elderly Jews are living below the poverty line in both Israel and the former Soviet Union and are struggling to afford basic necessities such as food, medicine, shelter, and heat in the winter months.

That’s why IFCJ is committed to being one of the top Israeli charities for the elderly and impoverished Jews of Israel and her people. • Given this context I want to talk about the provision of long-term care services for older Jewish people in the UK.

I want to talk about this for two particular reasons. • First, to give you an idea of the Jewish approach to ageing and the specialist needs of older Jewish residents in long-term care.

And, second, because the Jewish community. More t people have been actively involved by the end of in a national study of Jewish Education, it was reported today by Professor Oscar I. Janowsky, chairman of the Commission for. The New York State Office of Children and Family Services provides a range of resources to help parents with their child care needs, people who want to start or are currently running child care programs, and anyone with a concern about the health or safety of a child in a day care program.

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3/4, Summer/Fall Judaism, Health, and Healing: How a New Jewish Communal Field Took Root and Where it Might Grow Michele F. Prince, LCSW MAJCS ‘02 Implicit within Judaism is a vision of human well-being that is grounded in “a. Stuart Almer, CEO of Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation in the suburbs of New York City, summed up the general feeling in the industry during an SNN interview published earlier this month.

“With regard to equipment, if there’s going to be any testing, any patient movement, any assistance, we seem to be % on our own,” Almer said.

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Even among the elder.East New York is a residential neighborhood in the eastern section of the borough of Brooklyn in New York City, United boundaries, starting from the north and moving clockwise, are roughly the Cemetery Belt and the Queens borough line to the north; the Queens borough line to the east; Jamaica Bay to the south, and the Bay Ridge Branch railroad tracks and Van Sinderen Avenue to the west.

Find Services for Children and Families. OCFS offers numerous services in a wide variety of programs, including child care and child welfare, prevention, residential programs for youth, and services for adolescents, older adults, and New Yorkers who are legally blind.