Spiritual Living

What does it meant to be a Jewish organization that provides eldercare services?

We believe it is a privilege to promote spiritual well-being to seniors of all faiths and to do so across our entire continuum of care. 

Staying consistent with Jewish values and traditions of honoring our elders, the Jewish Association on Aging provides services that enable maximum independence and connect you as residents with your spiritual selves.

We aim to create a loving and homelike atmosphere, celebrating life, culture, and history tailored to meet your needs and abilities, doing so with sensitivity and flexibility.

We strive to share the beauty and the joy of life with you and your family members. We believe that we gain strength by maintaining our relationships with people and places love within the larger community of Pittsburgh.

Being a Jewish organization means meeting our your physical, social, and spiritual needs. Our goal is to comfort and inspire you on your journey through life.

That is the advantage of JAA.

For more information, contact Rabbi Eli Seidman, 412-521-1685 or eseidman@jaapgh.org.