Both young people and elders thrive emotionally and spiritually—and they do better financially—when they are together in a symbiotic community.
Seivah has been not just a single service provider, but a resource empowering sibling institutions and individuals, both Jewish and otherwise, to create their own models of care for people affected by dementia.
The table has been full! It is a joy to spend an hour out of time, singing, laughing, talking about things that matter.
It takes just 40 minutes a week to make a person with dementia a lot happier
SEIVAH: Jewish Life Beyond Memory has been named one of four recipients of a 2016 Seeds of Innovation Project grant from Jewish Theological Seminary. Grant recipients “cultivate Jewish engagement through the principles and ideals of Conservative Judaism.” They may be synagogue-based, organization-based, or independent; . . . have clear-cut leadership goals; and be intended to have an impact on the Jewish community.”