As we care for our aging parents there may come a time when we need to look for assistance. This help might come in the form of in-home care or may require helping our parents move to a facility where assistance is available round the clock.

Here are some resources that could be helpful to you as you navigate your way through this often confusing and difficult challenge.

Support Group: People Dealing with Loved Ones with Memory Loss or Alzheimer’s
Tuesdays, specific dates listed in Temple Topics and on the sidebar of the homepage.
11:00 am -12:00 pm, Belle Chapel at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills 

Contact: Alisa Fishman, 323.600.5722

Resources for Assisted Living Facilities - COMING SOON 


Next Avenue Caregiving Resources

AARP Caregiving Resources

Alzheimer's and Dementia Support

California Department of Aging

Eldercare Locator, a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging

Caring From a Distance

Hospice Foundation of America

New Old Age

Aunt Bertha - Aunt Bertha is a free-to-use online platform that makes it easy for anyone in the US to find and apply for social services — anything from Medicare to food stamps to housing — just by typing in a ZIP code.


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