home52 partners with Jewish Family Service to provide hands-on transportation services

Apr 25, 2024

home52 Transportation is pleased to be partnering with Jewish Family Service of the Cincinnati Area (JFS) to provide transportation services to select program members in 2024. home52 Transportation manages multiple transportation providers through a centralized coordination system to provide specialized, on-demand, and advance-scheduled trips for older adults and individuals with disabilities.

Jewish Family Service received grant funding from the Jewish Home of Cincinnati to provide transportation services for participants in select programs, including: Center for Holocaust Survivors, Russian Jewish Cultural Center, Aging Care Management, Older Adult Counseling, K’vod Connect (pastoral care) and Adult Day Services.

“When it comes to transportation, our program members have unique support needs,” said Ann Sutton Burke, chief services officer for Jewish Family Service. “home52 is an ideal partner to meet this need because they provide hands-on support and good customer service.”

“home52 Transportation was created to meet the needs of organizations like Jewish Family Service,” said Judy Eschmann, vice president of community and new business operations at Council on Aging. “Our providers and staff understand the unique needs of older riders and riders with disabilities – and the agencies that support them. We’re committed to providing a high-quality service that gets individuals where they need to go and supports their desire to remain independent in the community.”

About Jewish Family Service: For more than 80 years, Jewish Family Service of the Cincinnati Area (JFS) has provided high-quality social services to families and individuals. Services include emergency and food assistance, aging and caregiver services. JFS also offers Youth Mental Health and care management and support for Holocaust survivors, as well as the Russian-speaking Jewish population. JFS recently added Adult Day Services for adults impacted by memory challenges and support for family caregivers. JFS serves the Cincinnati Jewish community with cultural sensitivity, while serving all people who need help.

About home52 and home52 Transportation: home52 is a wholly owned, non-profit subsidiary of Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio. Leveraging more than 50 years of experience, Council on Aging and home52 are experts at helping individuals, families and caregivers manage complex medical and long-term care needs. home52 offers flexible services and payment structures that align with Council on Aging’s mission to help individuals remain independent in their homes. home52 Transportation manages multiple transportation providers through a centralized transportation coordination system, providing specialized, on-demand and advance-scheduled trips for older adults and people with disabilities.

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