Jewish Senior Services’ medical staff is nationally recognized for teaching and quality assessment programs. We are proud to be one of the few nursing homes approved by the Connecticut State Medical Society to grant physicians continuing education credits. Education and training are regularly provided to all clinical staff ensuring that the latest in treatment approaches are integrated components of service delivery
Institute on Aging
Jewish Senior Services provides guidance and support to professionals, caregivers, family members and seniors helping to optimize the quality of life for older adults. We supply crucial answers and advice on senior care issues. Our experienced team comprised of physicians, care managers, social workers, and specialists strives to work hand in hand with clients, family members and the community to ensure support the safety, health and well-being of clients.
- Emergency services include helpline, legal advocacy, emergency shelter, geriatric assessment and care management
- Consultation and counseling
- Public education and professional training
Geriatric Care Management
Referral services, care coordination, Long Term planning, supportive counseling, and family mediation
Psycho-social ad cognitive evaluation and caregiver assessment
Center for Elder Abuse Prevention
The first shelter in Connecticut, and the second in the nation, founded specifically to offer victims of elder abuse a safe haven.
Championing safer communities for older adults through advocacy, awareness, education and outreach