Classes and Activities
Ballroom dancing, exercise, chess, bridge, entertainment and lively
discussion and friendship groups are among the many stimulating and
enriching activities available at the Center.
Delicious and Healthy Meals
Never dine alone anymore. Have the opportunity for companionship while
enjoying hot, delicious and nutritious lunches and dinners at one of the
Center's senior dining rooms. Seniors sixty years of age and older, their
spouses and caregivers, are cordially invited.
Each day fruits, vegetables, poultry, fish and other products are
delivered to ensure the highest quality and freshness of all foods.
Kitchen Director and Chef Hugo Perez pays particular attention
to preparing not only Kosher, but also nutritionally balanced and tasty
meals. A donation of $2.00 is suggested ($5.00 for guests
Home Delivered Meals
We deliver nutritionally balanced meals to eligible homebound seniors.
A van service is available for seniors who have difficulty using public
Call us today at (323) 937-5843.
Information, referrals, counseling, consultation and education are
provided for caregivers, families, professionals, and the general
community dealing with the special needs of this population.
Geriatric professionals assess needs of frail clients, work with them
and their families to develop appropriate plans and assist them in
obtaining needed services and follow-up.
Professional staff and para-professional volunteers work with clients
individually, as couples, in mixed-age group family therapy, and in
The Caregivers Support Group and counseling helps those who care
for dependent loved ones handle their conflicting emotions and the
demands on their time.
Senior Outreach Services (S.O.S.) is a fee-for-service care
management program for relatives in or out-of-town requesting help for
their elderly family members. A geriatric professional thoroughly
evaluates the senior's needs and helps the family establish a plan to meet
those needs. Ongoing services can be provided with regular contact with
the family regarding the older adult's well-being.
Clients and their families are offered counseling regarding the emotional
aspects of moving into an assisted living facility.
Home Care - A+ Personal
Aides are recruited and trained to provide companionship and light
housekeeping such as cooking and shopping for elderly employers.
Individuals requesting in-home services are matched with qualified aides
seeking paid employment.
Advocacy and Resources
Volunteers assist clients in working with Social Security, department
of Public Social Services, and other government and private agencies.
Using community-wide resources and a continually updated data bank,
clients are directed towards the appropriate agency or service to assist
them with their particular problems.
Clients are helped to fill out forms, make appointments and write and
Call the Center for an appointment.
Help with rides for shopping, doctor's appointments and meals is
available through the center.
The Center is a Lifeline
Daily telephone calls are made by volunteers to homebound individuals who
can benefit from consistent contact and reassurance.