Programs for Seniors

  • In 2016/17 Jewish Family Service was one of 12 state organizations chosen to participate in the Solutions to Senior Hunger program.
  • Health problems, loneliness or loss can make each day a struggle as one ages. Understanding and communicating can be difficult, but we can help both senior adults and their family members to find options to address for their needs. 
  • Established in January 2014, Jewish Family Service's Music & Memory Program is the first of its kind in Utah. It is an innovative and effective tool provides personalized music playlists to seniors suffering from Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia to engage the mind and enable these individuals to reconnect with the world and those around them through music-triggered memories.
  • The Lunch Bunch groups are an outreach program that meets monthly to enjoy lunch, socialization, and education. Contact Hindy Friedman, or 801-746-4334.
  • Jewish Family Service's Creative Aging Workshop Re-Imagining Your LIfe is for individuals who would like to find purpose and meaning in the next phase of their lives. The Creative Aging Workshop is open, inclusive, and non-denominational.