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Thank you to our wonderful supporters for attending yesterday’s Summit Building ribbon cutting ceremony! With your help, Hearts & Minds can now serve even more seniors with dementia and their caregivers, tailoring our activities and support to individuals’ needs. We especially would like to thank County Supervisor Susan Ellenberg, Representative for State Senator Dave Cortese Phuong Nguyen, President of the Summit League Margaret Nanda, President and CEO of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce Derrick Seaver, State Assemblymember Ash Kalra and his representative Stacie Shih, and Representative for Mayor of San Jose Sam Liccardo Bernadette White!

 

Hearts & Minds Activity Center is seeking individuals to facilitate activities and provide care for our program participants. We serve persons with dementia in an active, positive, fun and caring environment. Duties include assisting with participation in activities such as art, music, exercise, games and intergenerational activities with our preschool children as well as assisting with personal care and nutrition as needed.

This is a full time position, from 8:30 AM -5:00 PM and is fully benefitted, including 14 days of PTO, 3 sick days, 100% employer coverage of medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance and matching retirement plan.

If you are someone who likes working on an active, fun, caring and rewarding team, we would like to talk with you. Experience with seniors is preferred but not necessary.

For more details, please click here. For any questions, comments, or inquiries, please contact Maria Nicolacoudis via email at maria@hearts-minds.org or via phone at 408-279-7515.

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“Hearts & Minds Activity is a wonderful place for both myself and my husband. He is always happy and ready to come, and I am always grateful for all that is done with and for him. Your staff is remarkable. Thanks to all.”

M. T.