St. John the Baptist Senior Care Program

Monsignor Lawrence and Jennifer Rose in the 4th of July Parade of Churches and Sunday Schools

 

In February 2018, St. John the Baptist Parish began its Senior Care Program, which we are excited to offer! As a Parish with a significant aging population, so many of our parishioners and their loved ones are sometimes confronted with: rehabilitation after illness; requiring assistance to remain safely in their homes, and; possible long-term care placement. This can be a frightening and exhausting experience.

St. John the Baptist is the eleventh Parish in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to offer this Program, in partnership with Catholic Housing and Community Services and partially funded by a generous endowment.

Jennifer Rose, MSW, LSW, is in charge of the Senior Care Program at St. John the Baptist. Examples of services Jennifer provides include: exploring and applying for benefits for which seniors may qualify; assessing the home situation for safety and making recommendations; connecting seniors to resources in the community to set them up for success in continuing to live at home, and; navigating Medicare and discussing which options best suit each senior’s individual needs. Jennifer has worked with seniors since 2005 in a variety of capacities. She has been in her current position for over two years.

The primary mission of the Senior Care Program is to help seniors safely remain in their homes and/or to support the transition to and from home, hospital, skilled nursing facility, or long-term care. By providing information and in-home evaluations, a plan is tailored for the needs and preferences of the senior, couple, or loved ones.

Services offered through the Senior Care Program:

·         Selecting a new Prescription Drug Plan (Medicare Part D) or

         Medicare Advantage Plan (HMO or PPO)

·         Coordinating home care services

·         Explaining the difference between home health care and

        home care

·         Applying for VA benefits, such as Aid & Attendance

·         Applying for benefits offered by Pennsylvania, such as

         Rent/Property Tax Rebate, SNAP (formerly called food stamps),

         LIHEAP (utility assistance), and Waiver (home care)

·         Coordinating legal assistance to create or update POA, will,
   
and advance directive documents

Jennifer’s office is in St. John the Baptist’s Rectory; you may contact her at (215) 482-4600, or  jrose@chs-adphila.org. While she is in the rectory part-time, she is available by phone and email full-time. She is able to meet with seniors in their homes, if that is their preference.

It is our goal to assist the seniors of our Parish in enjoying independence and the highest possible quality of life in their homes and our Parish community.

 

 

 

 

Weekend Masses in Church

Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00 PM

Sunday:  9:00 & 11:00 AM; 6:00 PM

 

Holy Days of Obligation in Church

6:00 PM Vigil Mass*

7:00 AM; 12:05 PM; & 7:00 PM Holy Day
Beginning in 2019 there will be no
Holy Day Vigil Mass

 

Weekdays Masses in

All Saints' Rectory Chapel

7:00 AM Monday - Friday
Adoration Thursday from 6-7 PM

Friday after mass until 4:00 PM

 

First Saturday At St. Josaphat Church

124 Cotton St., Phila., PA  19127

for Increased Devotion to St. John Paul II 

Confessions:  8:00 AM

Mass & Novena:  8:30 AM

 

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 3-3:40 PM

 

Rectory All Saints Chapel Hours

Monday - Friday until 4PM

Adoration in Chapel

Thursdays from 6 - 7 PM

Friday until 4:00 PM

PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

Saint John the Baptist is a multiethnic Roman Catholic Parish rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ.  Founded in 1831, the Parish has a rich history of providing spirituality, education, and worship in the Manayunk, Roxborough, and Wissahickon neighborhoods of Philadelphia.  As a Christian community we are united in our mission to share the Gospel, the Sacraments, and love and serve God by caring for one another.  We welcome all people to become part of our vibrant and growing community.  (Ratified January 31, 2016 by Parish Assembly)

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