Full Continuum of Care at the Jewish Home
From its humble beginnings in 1912, the Los Angeles Jewish Home has grown to become one of the largest providers of senior healthcare services in Los Angeles. Through our innovative Connections to Care® program, each year thousands of seniors benefit from the Home's community-based and in-residence programs. By calling our hotline at (855) 227-3745, you can connect to expert professional Jewish Home staff to access our full continuum of services.
In-Home and Community Health Services
PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) enables frail seniors with multiple health conditions to live safely at home. Among the program's many services are adult day healthcare; primary and specialty medical care; vision and dental care; medications; physical, occupational and speech therapy; transportation; acute care; home health care and caregiving. The program serves participants age 55 and over who live in the Jewish Home's service area.
Jewish Home Care Services offers a full spectrum of restorative services in the individual's home. Clients are referred by a physician's written order, and treatments are provided according to a plan of care jointly developed by the referring physician, the person receiving care, the caregiver, and others. Home health care services are available to adults over 19 years of age in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Jewish Home Center for Palliative Medicine provides comprehensive pain and symptom management for adults with serious, chronic, and/or life-limiting illness. Our team of professionals addresses the medical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs of our patients.
The Geriatric Community Clinic is located on the Jewish Home's Eisenberg Village campus in Reseda. The clinic provides primary and specialty medical care to seniors.
Skirball Hospice provides compassionate end-of-life care for adults with a life-limiting illness in the Greater Los Angeles area. Skirball Hospice treats patients in their home or care facility. Hospice care includes pain management, medical equipment, supplies, and personal care. Our staff members work as an integrated team, including nurses, chaplains, social workers, registered dieticians, and certified home health aides.
Short-Term Care at the Jewish Home
The Ida Kayne Transitional Care Unit (TCU) is designed to help seniors successfully recover from an illness, injury, medical procedure, or acute hospital stay. The TCU provides short-term rehabilitative and skilled nursing care. Patients in the TCU receive treatment from physicians and geriatric specialists in physical, occupational, and speech therapy. The average length of stay ranges between two to six weeks. When possible, TCU seniors discharged home may transition with short-term skilled nursing and/or rehabilitative therapies through Jewish Home Care Services.
Auerbach Geriatric Psychiatry Unit (AGPU) is certified to treat both voluntary and involuntary admissions, AGPU provides short-term geriatric psychiatric care to individuals over the age of 55 who are experiencing stressful mental or emotional challenges that require intensive, short-term acute hospital psychiatric care. Most commonly treated diagnoses are depression, bipolar disorders, post-traumatic stress disease (PTSD), schizophrenia, delirium, and Alzheimer's or other age-related dementia with behavioral disturbance. The average length of stay is 10-14 days. The primary care physician is kept informed during the patient's stay, and follow-up appointments are made with the patient's physician as a part of the discharge plan.
Long-Term Care at the Jewish Home
Independent Senior Housing is available at Fountainview at Eisenberg Village and Fountainview at Gonda Westside. Both are licensed as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) and are designed for active independent senior living. Fountainview residents have easy access to assisted living services in their unit (as needed), as well as priority access to the Home's skilled nursing facilities.
Residential Care is currently available at Eisenberg Village in Reseda for seniors over 65 years of age, independently mobile, and mentally alert. Residential care includes meals, medication management, social services, chaplaincy, fitness and recreational activities, transportation, and many educational programs.
The Goldenberg•Ziman Special Care Center (G•Z) is among the most advanced of its kind in the world. The Center is designed to provide exceptional skilled nursing care for patients with Alzheimer's disease and age-related dementia.
Skilled Nursing Care is offered at our Grancell and Eisenberg Village campuses. Long-term skilled nursing services play a critical role in stabilizing and improving seniors' health and enhancing their quality of life and sense of well-being.
To learn more about Connections to Care® and the programs and services of the Jewish Home, please call (855) 227-3745 or visit our website at www.lajh.org.
Posted by: Los Angeles Jewish Home | Oct 30, 2017
Posted in: Around the Home
Tags: Connections to Care, geriatric care, Skirball Hospice, Annenberg School of Nursing, Brandman Centers for Senior Care, Joyce Eisenberg-Keefer Medical Center, Ida Kayne Transitional Care Untit, Person Centered Care, End of Life Care, Goldenberg•Ziman Special Care Center, Jewish Home Center for Palliative Medicine, Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia, Residential Care
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