The admission process for in-residence services
The following is the typical admission process for most levels of in-residence care offered by the Home. Others, such as Fountainview at Eisenberg Village, may provide their own admission process. We’ll help you with the process for admission to the level of care that’s right for you.
Step 1 Tour
We encourage applicants and their families to tour our campuses. A resident volunteer, who can share a valuable perspective on daily life at the Home, often joins the tour. We also encourage you to speak with other residents and staff members. Allow about 90 minutes for the tour. Click here to request a tour.
Afterward, we will provide you with an Application Packet containing a Personal Information Form and a Physician’s Report.
Step 2 Interview
Once we receive your completed Personal Information Form and Physician’s Report, we will invite you to an interview to assess your needs. During the interview, you can meet with a Jewish Home Nurse and Admissions Financial Coordinator. (Please note: Income levels do not determine admission to the Jewish Home.) Allow two hours for this appointment. Completion of the tour and the Information Form does not guarantee admission to the Home.
Step 3 Select your residence
Once you have met admissions criteria, you may select your room, based on availability. Because appropriate residences are not always immediately available, the Admissions Team meets regularly to review each applicant’s priority of need. Upon admission, the applicant and family sign admissions documents, meet their social worker, and view their residence. This appointment generally takes two hours.
To begin the application process and schedule a tour, please complete the In-residence Admission Forms below: