Home Care Services

The Claims Conference provides home care services for elderly disabled Holocaust survivors in 47 countries around the world. Our network of partner organizations helps ensure that Holocaust victims are treated with sensitivity and compassion and know they are not alone.

How We Help

Home care attendants provide personal care to Holocaust victims in their homes to allow them to live at home for as long as possible. Homecare includes help with activities of daily living like bathing, dressing, and eating; administering medication; light housekeeping and cooking; and chores such as shopping.

Agnes, a Holocaust survivor in Hungary with her social worker
Agnes receives a visit from her caseworker at her home in Budapest, Hungary. Read Agnes’s story.

Home care services

Services are provided by local agencies that receive grants from the Claims Conference. Some of the services our agencies provide include:

  • home care and cleaning services
  • comprehensive case management
  • transportation to appointments
  • adult day center services
  • emergency financial assistance
  • meals-on-wheels
  • medical equipment
  • medications
  • medical programs
  • respite care for caregivers
  • socialization programs.

Learn more about home care eligibility and guidelines.