Alzheimer’s and Dementia Community Services

JFCS is a leader in the community response to Alzheimer’s and dementia-related diseases. We offer dementia education and early-identification memory screening, and connect caregivers to services and resources. We provide services directly to people living with the disease and also provide extensive coaching and assistance to the care partners. We facilitate Dementia Friends training sessions to the broad community as well, including clergy, local businesses, police and fire departments. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, call for more information.

Care Coordination

Care coordinators are matched with clients and become the primary coordinator for the delivery of services, individualizing and adjusting services when needed and connecting to family members, friends, clergy, outside agencies, community professionals and other programs at JFCS. Care Coordinators are culturally sensitive, and Russian-speaking coordinators are available. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, call for more information.
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Deikel Transportation

Deikel Transportation provides rides for clients who reside within a defined service area in Hennepin County. It’s a convenient, reliable way for ambulatory adults 60 years and older to get to a doctor’s appointment, friend’s house, grocery store and more. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, call for more information.
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Dementia Caregiver Coaching

Caregiver Coaches work directly with family members to guide them in making changes to improve life at home. This includes an in-home assessment, comprehensive report and care plan, caregiver education and behavior/communication analysis and training. Coaches help coordinate services to benefit the person living with dementia and assist the caregiver in promoting better self-care. Russian-speaking staff are available. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, call for more information.
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Holocaust Survivor Support Services

Many services, including housecleaning, transportation, kosher Meals on Wheels, shopping, bathing assistance, care coordination and more, are available free of charge to Jewish survivors of Nazi persecution as they encounter the challenges of aging, thanks to funding from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, call for more information.

Kosher Meals on Wheels

JFCS provides kosher Meals On Wheels to clients within our service area. Kosher meals are delivered directly to the clients’ homes. Services are available on a sliding fee scale.
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Senior Care Planning

Senior Care Planning helps when families notice changes in parents and/or spouses, including increased forgetfulness; withdrawal from social activities; decreased confidence or ability in driving; becoming overwhelmed by normal tasks; or other changes. Before a crisis arises, Senior Care Planning helps families articulate issues and challenges, learn about available resources, create a plan for maximizing independence and more. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, call for more information.
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Senior Companions and Shoppers

Senior Companions establish an ongoing relationship with clients through regular activities such as reading books and writing letters, and social activities such as shopping, running errands, sightseeing, going for a walk and more. Grocery shopping services provide clients with a personal escort for shopping and other errands. The shopper provides transportation, and clients have the opportunity to make three stops in each two-hour session, such as the grocery store, bank and post office. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, call for more information.
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The Twin Cities Jewish Community Alzheimer’s Disease Task Force

The Alzheimer’s Disease Task Force mission is to guide Jewish agencies, organizations and synagogues to provide education, support and programming, regarding memory loss, for the Jewish Community.

Contact: 952-546-0616