There are an increasing number of congregation and communal programs being developed to respond to the revolution in longevity.
Likewise, there are increasing numbers of resources from an ever growing body of organizations and agencies.
In these posts, we will showcase relevant and useful programs or resources that speak to your own growth as well as being supportive of issues with which you may dealing.
Jewish Sacred Aging Television’s new show, Conversations, features Rabbi Richard Address and guests discussing topics relevant to Baby Boomers coping with spiritual [...]
Rabbi Address is quoted in the March 20, 2014 article, “In Sickness and In Health,” in the Baltimore Jewish Times, about the challenges that spouses face when [...]
Hand In Hand Partners in Caring is a program of the Jewish Home and Care Center in Milwaukee that trains volunteers to assist residents in the final stages of life. The [...]
Editor’s Note: This is a guest review by JSA reader Jim Geiger. With Oscar season upon us, films are topics of conversation for all of us and NEBRASKA deserves its [...]
Richard Pérez-Peña’s article in the New York Times, “I May Be 50, but Don’t Call Me a Boomer,” is an entertaining look at why demographic labels may not [...]
The NutritionCME website, a site aimed mainly at healthcare professionals, is offering a series of online webinars about nutrition and its role in brain health. You can watch [...]
Employed family caregivers, despite their workplace obligations, perform many of the tasks that health care professionals do—a range of medical/nursing tasks including [...]
MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care and UJA-Federation of New York are pleased to announce the launch of the Center for Jewish End of Life Care. The Center, a web-based resource [...]
On the November 5, 2013 installment of Boomer Generation Radio, Rabbi Address welcomes Jeanne C. Hoff, an expert in end-of-life planning. Podcast: Play in new window | [...]
In a two-part series in its Boomers section, The New York Times is offering advice from Deborah Drelich, a geriatric care social worker and founder of a resource website, NY [...]