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.
Her father was still alive, but she wanted to say Kaddish for him anyway.
Possibly the world’s first dementia-friendly service to happen in a mainstream synagogue, rather than a nursing home
It takes just 40 minutes a week to make a person with dementia a lot happier