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About Jewish Sacred Aging

Jewish Sacred Aging is a forum for the Jewish Community with resources and texts that feature discussions on the implications of the revolution in longevity for Baby Boomers and their families. We encourage you to participate in the conversation!

Rabbi Address’ Upcoming Guests on Boomer Generation Radio

Rabbi Address hosts Boomer Generation Radio every Tuesday from 10-11 a.m. on WWDB-AM 860 in Philadelphia. You can hear the program on the web.

We post podcast recordings of the programs on this website after the program airs live.

Upcoming Guests

Nov 11: Barbara Thomas on new advances in aging. Sadie Mitchell and Peter Ojeda on patient centered care
Nov. 18: Encore: Dr Laurence Kotlikoff of Boston Univ. on Economics of Aging.
Nov. 25: Cordella Biddle and Jenny Campbell
Dec 2: The N.J. Right To Die bill will be discussed. The growing discussion on legislating choice in dying

Major support for Boomer Generation Radio provided by Kendal Corporation.

To connect: boomergenerationradio@gmail.com

Upcoming Speaking Appearances

November 11: Or Hadash: Ft Washington, PA
Nov 18: Coalition to Transform Advanced Care conference in Washington, DC

Seekers of Meaning – Rabbi Address’ latest book

Seekers of Meaning: Baby Boomers, Judaism, and the Pursuit of Healthy Aging

Purchase Rabbi Address' book, Seekers of Meaning at Amazon.com by clicking on the book cover.

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See Rabbi Address’ commentary on FamilyAffaires.com

Rabbi Address is now a contributor to FamilyAffaires.com, an online resource and community providing expert content to families in transition so that they may find support and viable solutions to their challenges.

Consider these books with essays by Rabbi Address

Judaism and Health, from www.jewishlights.com

This authoritative volume—part professional handbook, part scholarly resource and part source of practical information for laypeople—melds the seemingly disparate elements of Judaism and health into a truly multidisciplinary collective, enhancing the work within each area and creating new possibilities for synergy across disciplines. It is ideal for medical and healthcare providers, rabbis, educators, academic scholars, healthcare researchers and caregivers, congregational leaders and laypeople with an interest in the most recent and most exciting developments in this new, important field. Click on the book for ordering information.

Rabbi Address contributes essay on how longevity affects individuals and institutions

Rabbi Address contributed an essay, "With Eyes Undimmed and Vigor Unabated: Sex, Sexuality, and Older Adults," to this forthcoming book from the URJ. Click on the book for ordering information.