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Older Adult Services and Alzheimer’s Support

Rockland Jewish Family Service / Older Adult Services and Alzheimer’s Support

Are you an older adult or are you caring for an older adult who needs help?

Rockland Jewish Family Service provides help to families facing Alzheimer’s Disease, programs to help with Medicaid applications and counseling to support individuals and families facing issues of aging and healthcare. Services are available to all Rockland County residents and their caregivers.

Medicaid Services

Let the experts at Rockland Jewish Family Service manage the Medicaid application process…and find the right solution for your family. Learn more here.

Information and Referral

Older people and their families often have a difficult time coping with aging and finding the appropriate services. We can locate the best resources and match them to the client’s needs.


Experienced professionals provide individual and family counseling as well as bereavement and widow/widower discussion groups. In-home counseling and telephone consultations are available for the home-bound.

Caregiver Support

We offer a variety of counseling and support services for adults dealing with the challenges of caring for an elderly family member.

Outreach Support

We offer SEND-A-FRIEND programs plus our monthly Share-a-Shabbat program.

Community Education

We offer programs designed to educate the public about issues facing individuals and families dealing with the challenges of aging.

In collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association of Rockland County, we offer programs for individuals and families living with Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders.

For more information on any of these programs please contact Doris Zuckerberg at (845) 354-2121 x198 or email

This program is supported in part by the Rockland County Office for the Aging, the New York State Office for the Aging, the Administration on Aging and the County of Rockland. Contributions are voluntary and confidential and used to expand services. Services will not be denied if unable or unwilling to contribute. For those who self-disclose income at or above 185 percent of the Federal Poverty Level, the suggested contribution is equal to the service cost.