The Caring Communities Resource Network (CCRN) supports synagogue efforts to create and sustain caring communities through synagogue and community-wide trainings, consultations, and conferences.
The Betty Ann Greenbaum Miller Center for Jewish Healing is proud to have strong partnerships with various synagogues in our area, offering congregants the answers they need to navigate aging.
The CCRN supports synagogue and community trainings for programs like Dementia Friends and the Friendly Visitor program, while also offering consultations for congregants looking for help planning the future as they age.
During the pandemic, we have increased our mental health offerings to include many workshops targeted to enriching the ties between members of our community during this isolating time.
These workshops include:
- The Unexpected Experience of Grandparenting during a Pandemic
- Coping with Loss in Our Communities
- Fostering Wellness in the Midst of the Pandemic...and Beyond
- Jewish Wisdom for Self-Care
- Wisdom for Growing Older
...and many more! You can learn more about these workshops and how they may benefit you and other members of your congregation, please read our flyer here!
This free service is staffed by eldercare professionals who will connect you with the resources and expert advice you need.
Aging Life Care Management
Your Elder Experts
Your Elder Experts is a team of caring professionals who guide older adults and their families through the complexities and challenges of aging well.
Support for caregivers
Adult Family Care
A MassHealth program offering financial assistance and support to caregivers of individuals with disabilities and/or medical conditions