JCC MetroWest expands Littman Memory Center

JCC MetroWest expands Littman Memory Center

The JCC MetroWest’s Littman Center, for adults with memory impairment, has expanded, allowing the JCC to reach even more people and cater to a broader spectrum of people with memory loss. The expansion is for a person-centered approach designed to meet the participants’ skill levels while enhancing their sense of community and belonging. Participants can register for up to three full days per week.

“Our Littman Memory Center at JCC MetroWest has been extremely successful over the past seven years,” Sharon Gordon, the JCC’s chief program officer, said. “However, it has become evident that there is a need for us to reach more individuals and those with varying levels of memory loss. We are so grateful to the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, the Sephardic Foundation on Aging, and the Jewish Foundation of MetroWest for their support in making this expansion possible. We look forward to providing excellent care for more families in our community and providing structure, socialization, recreation, and intellectual stimulation for the participants while allowing respite for their caregivers.”

Space is limited; anyone interested in attending should sign up for an introductory meeting to learn more about the expanded memory care program. For more information, call Ms. Gordon at (973) 530-3480 or email

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