In the aftermath of the recent tragedy in Texas, JFCS is sharing resources available through the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.
May is recognized as Older Americans Month and this year’s theme is “Age My Way” with a focus how seniors can plan to live safely and comfortably in their homes and communities for as long as possible.
Each year, May is designated as Mental Health Awareness Month to shine a light on the importance of mental health care – something we have all recognized over the past two difficult years. This year’s theme is “Together for Mental Health.”
Reflections and well wishes for Passover.
If you are considering hiring an aide, you may be asking “what do i need in a caregiver?” We break down what to ask and what to expect.
Threats or acts of violence that occur in schools can cause a great deal of confusion and fear in our children, and also for parents, teachers, and entire communities. We explore how to address these waves of emotions for youth.
We reflect back on the past year, sharing stories of help, hope and healing.
Our registered dietitian shares helpful tips for staying on budget and preparing healthy holiday dishes.
November is National Family Caregiver Month, a time to recognize and support those who provide everyday care to their loved ones, in official and unofficial capacities.