Seniors are involved in the active life of the Shorefront Y community. Whether they are participating in excursions, clubs and cultural events, seeking social services or coming to the Shorefront Y for a hearty nutritious meal and exercise class, seniors find themselves very busy here.
Social Services for Seniors
We have developed a full
on-site Senior Social Services program to enhance the physical and
mental well being of seniors while educating their families
about gerontology and aging related issues in the United States.
Seniors are offered mental health assessments and counseling as well as support groups to address depression.
Fact sheets and seminars inform seniors and their families about end of life issues such as acute illness, transition assistance from hospital to home and nursing home information. We inform interested families about Jewish traditions regarding burial and mourning.
For more information, please contact Susanna Levit, Director of Family Services, at 718.646.1444 ext. 402 or email@example.com.
The JASA Shorefront Senior Center provides programming for senior adults over the age of 60 from all around the New York area. Seniors come together for recreation exercise and meals.
Seniors are involved in generating ideas for our programs and organizing many of the groups and activities at our center.
Membership and participation in any of our programs is free of charge.
To become a member, volunteer or for more information please contact Karen Sussman at 718.646.1444 ext 312, firstname.lastname@example.org or Marina Dyachkova at ext 317.
NNORC Bright-on the
NNORC Bright-on the Ocean at the Shorefront Y is a community resource program for residents 60 years and older of Brighton 4th – 7th Streets from Brightwater Court to Brighton Beach Avenue.
We build community by providing a full array of cultural and educational programs, social services and health care for our neighbors.
Our goal is to enhance the quality of people’s lives while prolonging
their independence in the comfort of their homes. To provide timely
resources for the changing community needs and interests.