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About

Handmaker has a rich heritage of compassionate care. The generosity of our benefactors has allowed us to grow, expand and enrich the life experiences of everyone entrusted to our care.

Loving kindness, our tradition since 1963.

 

Vision

Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging is a viable model of excellence in its market, dedicated to serving the Jewish community as well as the broader community. It is a highly sought after, non-sectarian, premier provider of a stable, secure, continuum of care which includes post-hospital, long term, and dementia skilled nursing care, independent and assisted living, dementia, developmentally disabled, and medically frail adult day care, as well as other services consistent with our mission. We serve older adults and those experiencing challenges to independent living from all cultures, ethnicities and communities. Its customer focus, state of the art services and facilities make it a nourishing place to live, learn and grow.

 

Philosophy

In order to achieve our vision we are guided by Jewish Values. We must strategically choose new endeavors we pursue which promote the best continuum of service and product to deliver the highest quality care experience possible. We cultivate strong leadership within both Staff, and Board of Directors, and demonstrate exemplary stewardship of resources.

 

Mission

Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging serves older adults, those experiencing challenges to independent living, and other stakeholders, in a stable culture of caring to provide high quality choices throughout their lives. In achieving this goal, Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging is guided by the Jewish values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (just and charitable deeds) and chesed (loving kindness).

 

Stakeholders

Handmaker recognizes that it has a broad constituent base of stakeholders, which includes persons served, their families, loved ones, and the communities they live in, our staff, Board members, affiliated agencies, and the Jewish and broader community of Tucson.