Syracuse Jewish Family Service at Menorah Park
Hodes Way, 4101 East Genesee St., Syracuse, NY 13214
Telephone: 315-446-9111 Fax: 315-446-1537 Email: email@example.com
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**Coming on January 23, 2017**
First in the Region: Syracuse Jewish Family Service Launches M-Power U., A Learning Community for Early Memory Loss
Syracuse Jewish Family Service at Menorah Park is launching a new program unique to the Central New York region: A social program geared expressly to individuals experiencing mild symptoms of memory problems or diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment or early stage dementia. M-Power U., A Learning Community for Early Memory Loss will provide a fun, interesting and comfortable way for people to learn and practice ways to:
- Adopt a brain healthy lifestyle
- Acquire techniques to help deal with memory loss or other cognitive changes
- Develop a social and supportive network with others who are dealing with similar issues
- Obtain information and resources to help manage and cope with current and anticipated needs
To learn more about becoming a participant or volunteer, please contact Ellen Somers, SJFS Assistant Director, at 315-446-9111, ext. 225, or via email at SomersE@sjfs.org. Please note that a screening interview and an intake assessment with the individual and his/her care partner are required to enroll in the program.
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Our MissionSyracuse Jewish Family Service (SJFS) is a not for profit human service agency that is dedicated to helping individuals and families in the Jewish and general communities maximize their self-determination, realize their potential and live with dignity. Since its incorporation in 1939, SJFS has been guided by the Jewish values of family, community, diversity, respect and autonomy. The agency promotes these values by identifying community needs, establishing priorities and implementing programs that seek to preserve and strengthen individual and family well-being. With emphasis on issues relating to aging, SJFS provides human services on site and in community-based locations which include counseling and psychotherapy, CNY PEARLS, Kosher Meals on Wheels, advocacy, psychosocial education, geriatric care management, financial case management and assistance with personal finances, transportation and errand services, volunteer coordination, the BeWell Initiative: Behavioral and Emotional Wellness Empowers Later Life, and the Tachlis of Inclusion and other exceptional needs programming. SJFS is supported by the United Way, the Jewish Federation of CNY, the Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth, the Reisman Foundation, and many others.