Facing Alzheimer’s: Understanding the Issues Confronting Your Congregants, November 6, Philadelphia

Holding Hands with Elderly Patient

For rabbis, cantors, and other Jewish chaplains, an exclusive learning opportunity

Monday, November 6, 2017
[8:30] AM to [12:00] Noon
Congregation Rodeph Shalom
615 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Attend this program to:

  • Recognize the impact of Alzheimer’s on individuals and families
  • Gain Jewish perspectives on caring and coping with dementia
  • Discover available resources to help you help those you serve

Dietary laws observed. Free parking in synagogue’s Green Street lot. Hosted by the Jewish Outreach Advisory Committee of the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter
RSVP to Jschwartz@alz.org or 215-561-2919 x 306 by 10/27/2017.

Sponsored by

Neshama, Association of Jewish Chaplains
Board of Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia
Growing Older
Only Senior Matters
Jewish Sacred Aging
Conversations for Life and Legacy

1 Comment

  1. As caregiver for my husband, I am looking for emotional and spiritual support from a Jewish perspective, as I am grieving the accumulating losses of communication and partnership, even though he is still alive.

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