Spiritual Eldercare offers guidance and free resources to meet the spiritual needs of elders, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Access dementia-friendly Bible studies, nondenominational worship services, classic sing-along hymns and spirituals, and more to help you walk alongside and bring joy to the souls of elders.

Elisa Bosley, Chaplain

I work in long term care as the spiritual care provider. Today I was given five minutes to pull together an impromptu hymn sing. On other occasions the activation personnel has pulled up music video hymns. They have lovely scenery and hard to read fancy script for the words that seniors have trouble seeing. Most of the range is too high or hard to follow. Today I told them to pull up your music slides and singing. My seniors thanked me, saying the variety was really good and the styles of music. The songs where a good key to sing and really nice to listen to if we stopped singing. I observed as we sang and the participation and enjoyment was obvious. Thank you for the use of these resources.

Paula C.

Thank you SO MUCH for what you do! You have truly been a blessing to our family. We care for my Mom at home, who has vascular dementia, and with the strict quarantine in our country (Panama, Central America), it has been really hard adjusting since she is a VERY active person. It is so hard to get her to connect with any activity for more than a little while, but she INSTANTLY connects with your program like nothing I’ve seen before. Calms right down and is at peace. Even more so than when she is in her own church, which is her favorite place in the world. Again, I can’t thank you enough. We watch your programs multiple times a day. You have been a life-saver. I am praying for you and your ministry.

Candace T.-C., Panama