Older Adult Services

For independent seniors who choose to live in the comfort of their own homes and to their families, we offer a single touch point from which to access all relevant services in our community.


Geriatric Case Management

Case management is an ongoing service to help older adults and their families understand, access, and coordinate available resources, care and benefits. Case Management enables older adults to manage their independence and live healthier lives.

We help to:

  • Identify a loved one’s strengths, needs, concerns and preferences
  • Establish goals and implement a plan of care
  • Connect loved ones to community resources and government benefit programs
  • Coordinate doctor appointments and caregiver services


Counseling is available to help cope with issues associated with aging, such as changes in independence, health problems, dementia, death of a loved one, isolation, and family dynamics. Counseling is also available for coping with mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression.

Holocaust Survivor Support Program

Our commitment to Holocaust Survivors is deep and steadfast. Since 1996, we have provided thousands of survivors support and services to give comfort and strength. Today, we serve almost 1,000 aging survivors, many who are frail and continue to bear the scars of the Holocaust. Many Survivors are without family and have social, financial and medical needs. Community support is a big component of the program as well. Services include:

  • Help with reparations claims
  • Care Coordination
  • Counseling
  • Financial assistance for income-eligible individuals, including subsidies for Lifeline, home care, case management, dental care or other needs
  • Personal care light housekeeping, home cleaning, transportation

Programming includes:

  • Shalom Café – a weekly drop-in program with social outing opportunities. 
  • Arts Programming – Guided trips to local arts and entertainment venues. 
  • Art Therapy, Music Therapy and more