JVS understands how important it is for active senior adults and the frail elderly to age in-place. Our programs help seniors with memory disorders remain in familiar surroundings, instead of institutionalized care, to maintain their sense of independence, self-worth and fulfillment. Active seniors benefit from volunteer opportunities that keep them active and engaged.
Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish Community Adult Day Care Program
This nonsectarian program serves senior adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related memory disorders, as well as their family caregivers. Participants benefit from therapeutic activities, socialization, and individualized care and attention provided by caring, trained staff. Caregivers receive respite, support services, such as support group meetings, and a partner in providing care that helps them keep their loved ones at home as long as possible. Contact email@example.com or (248) 233-4000.
This unique program provides memory-enhancing tips and techniques to help individuals who are just beginning to experience mild memory problems. In a group setting, participants engage in memory exercises, participate in field trips and learn what works best to boost their memory. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (248) 233-4247.
Senior Service Corps
Volunteer opportunities through JVS’s community service program are offered to senior adults. Placements can be individual or in small or large groups based on personal preference and supports needed. Participants perform valuable community services while maintaining a sense of personal worth and usefulness. Advocacy, counseling transportation and other support services are also provided. Contact email@example.com or (248) 233-4432.
Based out of the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield, this program offers quality retirement activities such as cooking, swimming and dancing for older individuals with developmental disabilities and other special needs. Through enrichment activities and trips to local points of interest, the program improves participants’ social, physical and cognitive functioning and maintains their self-identity as active and productive members of society. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (248) 661-8100.