Resource Guide 2022: Actively Senior

People are living longer, and seniors want more choices for living active, fulfilling lives. Abundant opportunities for stimulating educational and social programs are available, along with a wide variety of in-home, independent and assisted living options. The increase in in-home care providers and ways to increase accessibility and mobility enables seniors to stay in their homes longer if they choose. Many retirement communities are offering a continuum of care so that residents can receive the level of care they need as they age.

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

TUCSON

JEWISH FAMILY & CHILDREN’S SERVICES OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA
Jewish Elder Access
4301 E Fifth St., Tucson
520-795-0300 ext. 2253
jfcstucson.org

JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA
3718 E. River Road #100, Tucson
520-577-9393
jfsa.org

JEWISH TUCSON
3718 E. River Road, Tucson
520-577-9393
jewishtucson.org

SANDRUBY COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Teresa Forkum, Executive AssistantNanci Levy, Community Outreach Coordinator
2221 N. Rosemont Blvd., Tucson
520322-3622
tforkum@handmaker.org
sandrubycp.org
SandRuby – the only comprehensive adult community program in Tucson – offers much-needed respite and peace of mind, knowing loved ones are in a safe, structured place they look forward to attending. SandRuby provides loved ones the care they need by socialization with peers, assistance and security, and mental and physical stimulation.

TUCSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
3800 E. River Road, Tucson
520-299-3000
tucsonjcc.org

THE VALLEY

DUET: PARTNERS IN HEALTH & AGING
Ann Wheat, Executive Director
Wendy Cohen, Senior Director of Services
Tina Lopez, CFRE, Director of Development
10000 N. 31st Ave., #D200, Phoenix
602-274-5022
info@duetaz.org
duetaz.org

Imagine a community where every person ages with compassion, dignity, and hope. Duet is turning this vision into reality through its vitally needed, free-of-charge services to homebound adults, family caregivers, faith communities and grandfamilies. From giving rides to the grocery store and medical appointments, to offering health promotion activities and support groups, Duet is here to help. Duet is a local nonprofit serving older adults in greater Phoenix since 1981. Volunteer. Donate. Ask for help.

HAROLD & JEAN GROSSMAN PARKINSON’S PROGRAMS @ THE J
12701 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
480-634-4909
mpjcc.org/parkinsons

JEWISH FEDERATION SENIOR RIDES PROGRAM
888-375-5558 and ask for the Jewish Federation Senior Rides Program
jewishphoenix.org

JFCS CENTER FOR SENIOR ENRICHMENT AND CREATIVE AGING
Virtual or in person at 6250 N. 19th Avenue, Phoenix
Jennifer Brauner, Virtual programs – jennifer.brauner@jfcsaz.org – 602-343-0192
Janet Rees, in-person programs – janet.rees@jfcsaz.org – 480-599-7198
Engaging and enriching programming for older adults.  Art, music, history, movement and exercise, Judaic programs and more.

JFCS SENIOR CONCIERGE
Janet Rees
480-599-7198
janet.rees@jfcz.org
The Senior Concierge connects older Jewish adults and their adult children to community resources for all aspects of life, including home care, transportation, legal assistance, residential placement, social opportunities and more.

MARTIN PEAR JCC SENIOR PROGRAMS
12701 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
480-483-7121

mpjcc.org

HOME CARE

CONNECTIONS IN HOME CARE
CONNECTIONS IN COMMUNITIES
Denise & Eric Kaye, Owner-Operators
3509 E. Shea Blvd. #108, Phoenix
602-708-8626
connectionsinhomecare.com
We guide families through their care journey helping them determine what’s best—Community care or Homecare. Connections In Home Care specializes in reliable companion care, personal care, and dementia care in the comfort of home. Connections In Communities guides clients in choosing a suitable independent living, assisted living, or memory care community.

RESIDENTIAL

TUCSON

B’NAI B’RITH COVENANT HOUSE
4414 E. Second St., Tucson
520-327-2200
covenanthouseoftucson.org

HANDMAKER JEWISH SERVICES FOR THE AGING
Cydney Turner, Marketing/Admissions Coordinator
Nanci Levy, Community Outreach Coordinator
Angela Salmon, Activities & Development Coordinator
2221 N. Rosemont Blvd., Tucson
520-322-7035
handmaker.org
tforkum@handmaker.org
Enjoy a senior living community where life blooms in a full continuum of care. Active assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and post-hospital rehabilitation all on one campus. For more than 55 years, we’ve built a tradition of caring – a special place where residents live fully and beautifully at every level of care. Modern amenities, active lifestyle options, blossoming friendships, and a dedicated team of highly trained, compassionate professionals allow you live to the fullest.

THE VALLEY

KIVEL CAMPUS OF CARE
3040 N. 36th St., Phoenix
602-956-3110
kivelcare.org

LA SIENA
909 E. Northern Ave., Phoenix
602-910-6319
www.LaSienaSeniorLiving.com
LaSienaMarketing@SRG-LLC.com
La Siena offers a CARF accredited, service-enriched independent and assisted-living lifestyle within a beautiful resort-style setting. Enjoy spacious sized one- or two-bedroom residences with a full calendar of opportunities and delicious dining with daily, fresh specials. Should the need for care arise, you’ll find peace of mind knowing supportive care services and safeguards are available to meet your needs. To learn more, call us today.

MARAVILLA SCOTTSDALE
Sandra Dangelo, Executive Director
Mary Poisson, Director of Sales and Marketing
Kevin Gunther, Sales and Marketing Representative
7325 E. Princess Blvd., Scottsdale
480-359-1345
maravillascottsdale.com
MaravillaScottsdaleMarketing@SRG-LLC.com
Maravilla Scottsdale – Neighboring the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess resort and TPC golf course, in the heart of Scottsdale, Maravilla offers you resort retirement living like no other. Maravilla’s thoughtfully designed 25-acre campus blends outstanding architecture and sophisticated design, unparalleled fine dining and lifestyle opportunities with the comfort and convenience of a full-service continuum of care to accommodate your needs. Discover Maravilla today!

THE PALAZZO SENIOR LIVING
Mark Aronauer, Marketing Director
6250 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix
602-433-6300
palazzohc.com
maronauer@palazzohc.com
The Palazzo is a full continuing care community offering independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing. Featuring beautifully renovated spacious apartments, extensive activities programs and Main Street, the vibrant focal point where residents meet for exercise classes, live music, movies, socializing and more. Positioned as the premier senior living community in Central Phoenix, we provide the freedom and independence you wish while assuring that you receive the attention and peace of mind you desire. Offering “Resort-style Living at Affordable Pricing,” The Palazzo not only wows you in its ambiance, but will also surprise you in the amazing value it offers.

THE RETREAT AT DESERT COVE
A Kivel Community
10031 E. Desert Cove Ave., Scottsdale
602-314-4005
livingattheretreat.com

THE VILLAGE AT OCOTILLO
990 W. Ocotillo Road, Chandler
480-558-0246
TheVillageatOcotillo.com
TheVillageatOcotilloMarketing@SRG-LLC.com
Ideally located in Chandler’s popular master-planned community of Ocotillo, our CARF accredited community features 120 distinctively designed independent and assisted-living residences with a wealth of safeguards and supportive services. From the courteous, professional staff, to its prime location close to the Ocotillo Golf Resort, The Village at the Ocotillo offers the retirement lifestyle that’s just right for you. Call today to learn more.

SOCIAL & CULTURAL

THE VALLEY

PEBBLECREEK SHALOM CLUB
623-547-7591 or 623-536-6245
pcshalomclub.org

SMILE ON SENIORS
2110 E. Lincoln Dr., Phoenix
602-492-7670
sosaz.org

SUN CITY GRAND SHALOM CLUB
623-266-0310
scgshalomclub.com

HOSPICE

HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY
Debbie Shumway, Executive Director
Rachel Behrendt, Senior VP of Operations
Lin Sue Cooney, Director of Community Engagement
1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix
602 530-6900
hov.org
The National Institute for Jewish Hospice has awarded a prestigious national certification to Hospice of the Valley for providing culturally sensitive care to Jewish families. NIJH commended the not-for-profit agency for integrating traditional aspects of Jewish grief, mourning and medical ethics into care.
Rachel Behrendt is head of operations for Arizona’s leading hospice: “From the rabbis we have on staff to our Shabbat Blessings program to kosher meals in our inpatient units, our Jewish patients and families are assured we’re committed to enhancing their journey.”

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