Baltimore, MD - May 25, 2018 - Jewish Community Services (JCS) invites the entire community to its annual meeting and special program, Embracing our Elders as a Caring Community, on Thursday, May 31, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Beth Tfiloh Congregation, 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore. The program will feature a panel discussion, “Strategies for Navigating Care of Your Loved One.”
Panelists include Karen Nettler, JCS Director of Community Connections, speaking about elder care services; Deborah Hamburger, Esq., JCS Volunteer Coordinator, addressing how families can prepare for financial, medical and end of life issues; Shoshana Zuckerbrod, JCS Social Worker, highlighting the unique way the agency partners with local physicians to address the needs of older adults; and Emma and Jacob Exler sharing how a caregiver’s support group has helped them deal with dementia of a family member.
The evening also includes the agency’s year-end review by Joan Grayson Cohen, Executive Director, remarks by Allison J. Magat, President, and the election of JCS Board Members.
For more information and to RSVP, visit jcsbalt.org/annual meeting or call Helen Lee Jones at 410-843-7406.
JCS, a comprehensive human services agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, provides a broad array of services that meet the diverse, multi-dimensional needs of individuals and families throughout Central Maryland.