This is how more than 300 JHCN families describe their experience caring for a loved one suffering with dementia at the end of life.
Lost. Sad. Overwhelmed.
Partner with us as we embark on a bold journey to develop Dimensions – a vital new program to create clarity, hope, comfort and calm for these vulnerable people.
JHCN is working hard to create the best care possible
Join the Grand Circle of Women. Help us launch Dimensions
And Join us for
Out of the Darkness:
A Positive Approach to End-of-Life Dementia Care
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Congregation Shaarey Zedek – 27375 Bell Road, Southfield
Valet available – 9:15 a.m.
Membership in the Grand Circle of Women is a minimum of $1,000.
2020 gifts will be directed to launching JHCN’s Dimensions pilot, a new program aimed at transforming end-of-life dementia care.
To register or for more information, please contact Megan Topper at 248-592-2687 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Teepa SnowTEEPA SNOW, MS, OTR/L, is one of the world’s leading advocates and educators for those living with dementia. She is an occupational therapist with 40 years of clinical and academic experience. Her company, Positive Approach® to Care (PAC) was founded in 2006 to provide on-line support to professionals, family members, and people living with dementia.
Dimensions Advocacy Board
AdministrationMegan Topper, Director of Philanthropy
Rabbi Joseph H. Krakoff, Senior Director
Rabbi E.B. Freedman, Founding Director & CEO
About the Grand Circle of Women
Founded by Andi Wolfe and chaired by Dana Burnstein, the Grand Circle is an affinity group of women who are committed to JHCN’s mission of ensuring no Jew is ever alone at end of life through annual contributions of $1,000 or more. The Grand Circle of Women enables JHCN to provide compassionate care to more than 550 terminally ill people and their families each year.
In March 2013, nearly 600 members of our community gathered for an inaugural event, a screening of the Judith Burdick-produced documentary “Transforming Loss”. In May 2014, GCOW once again hosted a sold-out educational event for the community, this time featuring award-winning producer Keith Famie’s “The Embrace of Aging, the female perspective on growing old”. The group continues to hold member-only events and meetings promoting issues relevant to caregivers and end-of-life.
For more information about the Grand Circle of Women, please contact Megan Topper at 248.592.2687 or email@example.com.