JFCS receives Circle of Excellence Award for Alzheimer’s project

Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis’ (JFCS) is excited to announce that it is one of six recipients awarded the 2018 Commissioner’s Circle of Excellence Award though the Department of Human Services. JFCS received this award in recognition of our work providing services and edu[...]

More than Memory Loss: Emotions, Connection and Love Remain

The Twin Cities Jewish Community Alzheimer’s Task Force is presenting a half-day conference that will provide education and support for caregivers and those supporting a loved one with dementia. The event, “Keeping the Spirit Alive,” will be held on Sunday, April 30, from 8 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. a[...]

Hope for Caregivers

By Carol Shapiro   The Twin Cities Jewish Community Alzheimer’s Task Force is presenting a half-day conference that will provide education and support for caregivers and those supporting a loved one with dementia. The event, “Keeping the Spirit Alive,” will be held on Sunday, April [...]

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resources for Clergy

When people are caring for loved ones with memory loss, often the first person they reach out to are clergy members. They are looking for resources to help them provide care, want to talk about their guilt as caregivers, and sometimes are simply frustrated because of the new behaviors their loved o[...]
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