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JFS Grant for Chronic Care Management

Jewish Family Service received a $20,000 grant from the Jewish Women’s Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit that will go toward testing a new interdisciplinary approach to supporting community members through chronic care management.

A JFS care manager will be placed in a primary care practice to serve more vulnerable older adults. This partnership relies on an evidence-based AIMS model from Rush University Medical Center. AIMS, or Ambulatory Integration of the Medical and Social, is an approach that addresses the gap between an individual’s medical needs and the potential social and environmental barriers that may interfere with their care. JFS will be working with the University of Michigan to evaluate the program’s implementation and outcomes.

“This grant enhances our capacity to address chronic disease management barriers in underserved communities,” said Yuliya Gaydayenko, chief program officer, older adults, “which, in turn, will greatly enhance the quality of life of many vulnerable older adults.”

This funding will also help create a bilingual (Russian/English) network of support and community resources for older adults who might be experiencing cognitive, behavioral, language and cultural barriers to receiving proper care.

This program is also funded by the DMC Foundation and the Jewish Fund.

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1 Comment

  1. Gary Pollack on 11/13/2018 5:43 PM at 5:43 PM

    Why do yo and the rest of the press call Mr. Whitaker “acting attorney general” rather than alleged acting attorney general when he probably is no more acting attorney general than my dog. See Maryland v United States (Dist. Ct. of Maryland; Case No.: 1:18-cv-02849-EL) Motion of plaintiff for preliminary injunction et al and brief in support thereof. If Mr. Trump intends to submit Mr. Whitaker’s name to the senate, I would hope that even the republican senators would not stand for his anti-sematic statements. If Mr. Trump has not read the constitution, I would hope someone in the Whitehouse has.



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