“ELDER’S FAMILY LEARNING INITIATIVE” PROGRAM
Portland, Oregon, USA.
"To assist families in coping with the long term care system, Cedar Sinai Park has developed a program of education training classes. The EFLI program is specially designed to help families through challenges and struggles associated with the process of placing their aging relative in long-term care."
Through the program elderly, caregivers and families can get help with deciding about long-term care, gain a better understanding of long-term care and its effects on the following:
-The aging process and senior health
-Senior housing options
-Insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid
-Family conflict and family dynamics
-Elder legal issues
-How to communicate with staff in long-term care facilities
Additional long-term care resources are available free of charge on the Cedar Sinai Park website.
The main focus of the program is to educate and empower family members to become partners with social services and staff in order to providing the best long-term care for their elderly relative.
Some of Cedar Park's other Jewish senior housing and senior services include:
*Robison Jewish Health Center - Nursing home care
*Rose Schnitzer Manor- Independent and assisted living
*Adult Day Services - Convenient, flexible respite care on a daily basis
*Rose Schnitzer Tower - Affordable downtown housing for seniors and people with disabilities
*Kehillah Housing - Affordable housing for adults with special needs
*Sinai Family Home Services - In-home care
Cedar Sinai Park provides residential and community-based care to elderly and adults with special needs, allowing them to live with comfort, independence and dignity in a manner and in an environment based on Jewish values. Cedar Sinai Park is committed to delivering a f care that can be tailored to individuals’ unique needs and takes an active consumer choice and a person-centered approach to care. Service is about recognizing that people, including our eldest and most frail citizens, have the right to control decisions made about their lives.
Senior Housing and Assisted Living Programs
MORE JEWISH ELDERLY PROGRAMS:
Jewish Association for Services for the Aged Elder Abuse Prevention Program - Teams of attorneys and social workers are trained to help older adults who are victims of elder abuse in New York.
Shades of Gray Seminar Program - Monthly seminar that trains faith based leaders to better serve seniors by exploring aging spiritually though novels, short stories and memoirs from contemporary and classical Jewish literature and exercises.
Senior Friendly Neighborhoods Program - Servicing neighborhoods with a substantial Jewish population in Baltimore that are Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORC's) in order to develop and support thriving, stable communities.
Sacred Seasons Celebration Kit Program - Kits for nursing homes, assisted living facilities and continuing care retirement communities to facilitate the celebration of Jewish Holidays for the elderly.
Bubbes Bakery Program - Traditions are passed down as Jewish seniors and children learn to make traditional Jewish baked goods.
Building Closure into Your Practice - End of Life Care for Physicians Training - The Jewish Healthcare Foundation teaching physicians the communication skills, medical principles, and techniques needed to improve the care that they provide for patients with life-limiting illnesses.
DOROT Cemetary Visits Program - Volunteer escorts accompany seniors to visit the gravesites of loved ones in cemeteries and assist with emotional support. The DOROT organization is made up of a majority of Jewish seniors, volunteers, and contributors however all are always welcome.
DOROT Kosher Meals for the Homebound Program - Home delivery of nutritious kosher senior meals to elderly in New York.