NNORC: POB Cares & Project PACE
For more information about the NNORC programs or to volunteer, please contact:
Alana Rosenstein (516) 822-3535, x385 | email@example.com.
(Neighborhood Naturally Occurring Retirement Community)
Programs of the Mid-Island Y JCC:
P.O.B. Cares & Project PACE & S.O.S. (Seniors Of Syosset)
Helping Seniors In Our Community
All Senior Activities that are sponsored by POB Cares, Project PACE & S.O.S. (Seniors Of Syosset)
are indicated with their respective logos shown above.
NNORC Hours are Monday-Friday • 8:30 am-5:00 pm by appointment
POB Cares & Project PACE are non-sectarian programs:
Plainview-Old Bethpage Cares (POB Cares) and Project Plainview Assisting Community Elders (Project PACE) offer support to senior residents, age 60+ of Plainview and Old Bethpage. We provide onsite programs, free in-home services and referrals to community resources to enable seniors to live independently at home.
POB Cares and Project PACE are programs of the Mid-Island Y JCC in partnership with Northwell Health, the Jewish Association Services for the Aged (JASA), the Town of Oyster Bay and other community organizations and partners. POB Cares and Project PACE are funded in part through New York State Office For the Aging. We are proud to be the Plainview Old Bethpage Chamber of Commerce designated charity for 2016-17.
NNORC S.O.S. (Senior of Syosset):
Provides free supportive services to seniors 60+ who are aging-in-place in their homes. Program offers consultation with a community health nurse for non-emergency medical questions and concerns,
emotional support and assistance from a licensed social worker to access benefits and resources,
volunteer-based transportation to local medical appointments and food shopping, volunteer-based
minor home repairs and chore workers, educational, social and wellness programs, and friendly visiting.
Programs & Services Include:
• Consultation with a Community Health Nurse for non-emergency medical questions and concerns
• Emotional support and/or assistance from a licensed social worker to access benefits and resources
• Volunteer-based transportation to local medical appointments and shopping
• Volunteer-based minor home repairs
• Friendly visiting for isolated seniors