Edith + Eddie Film and Discussion Session
Thursday, March 21, at 5:30 PM
Hosted at Twin Hickory Library, 5001 Twin Hickory Road, Glen Allen
Film will be followed by a discussion session lead by JFS Director of Care Manager, Lisa Colegrove, LCSW, C-ASWCM
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JFS is excited for the debut of our new speaker series in partnership the Weinstein JCC, “Food for Thought.” The series brings experts in aging, from a variety of professions and fields, together to share their unique advice and experience. Food for Thought will ignite conversation and arm people with all the information to […]READ MORE
A Silent Threat: When thinking about the issues that negatively impact our aging population; many might first think of physical issues. However, one of the most critical concerns facing older individuals is a simpler one: loneliness. Some studies indicate that as many as 1 in 3 seniors report being chronically lonely. This can have […]READ MORE
Jewish Family Services has been a part of the Richmond community for so long, it’s almost impossible to imagine the city without its presence. 165 years, a span of several lifetimes in America’s history marked by several wars, technological expansion, and growing diversity. During this time Jewish Family Services has become an ingrained part of the […]READ MORE