Mission: Scott street senior housing complex, inc, dba rhoda goldman plaza (the plaza) was established by jewish family and children's services (jfcs) and mount zion health fund (mzhf) as an assisted living facility providing housing with supportive services for the frail elderly in an environment that promotes their independence at an affordable cost.
Programs: Building maintenance, housekeeping & resident services: rhoda goldman plaza is located in san francisco and houses 155 units, including 118 apartments for residents in assisted living and 37 units for residents with dementia. Residents in assisted living are persons who wish to maintain as much independence as possible, yet also to benefit from living in a vibrant community that meets their social and emotional needs. Residents are provided quality care tailored to their individual needs enriched by jewish culture and tradition, and in an atmosphere dedicated to promoting their health and well-being in-mind, body and spirit. Recreational and educational programs are ongoing on a daily basis, seven days a week. Favorite activities include exercise classes, current event discussions and lectures, arts and crafts classes, parlor games, musical performances and movie screenings. Housekeeping services are provided to all residents. Assistance with routine paperwork is provided to residents. Residents and family members are provided assistance in solving problems that emerge as residents become increasingly frail.
food services: meals are provided to all residents. Meals are kosher and prepared in the plaza's kosher kitchen, using fresh and organic ingredients and from local sources whenever possible. In assisted living, meals are served by a caring wait staff in the plaza's formal dining room or residents may eat informally in the cafe. On the dementia floor, meals are served in a separate dining room for those residents by a caring wait staff and supervised by health services staff.
health services: five levels of care are provided to residents who are independent but require assistance with medication delivery, dressing, showering, incontinence and escort service to the dining room or activities and with other activities of daily living. Levels of care are based on the number of adls per day for which assistance is provided to the resident. Assistance is provided by health services staff who are rns, lvns, medication technicians, cnas and home health aides. Residents with memory disorders, who reside in the 37 units on the self-contained dementia floor, are provided assistance by health services staff with all adls.