There are a growing number of resources available to you, your family, your congregation and your organization that speak to the issues of aging and Judaism.
We’ll begin with some basic denominational and general resources and continue to add to the list over time.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
By Alejandra Oliva End-of-life planning has the aspects we all know about – have you written a will? Does your family know what to do in case of a medical or financial [...]
In this recently published short TED Talk, Judy MacDonald Johnston deals with the serious topic of “Good End of Life Planning.” From the TED Talks page: Thinking [...]
SeniorHomes.com is running a poll for the Most Respected Senior Living Charities 2013 – SeniorHomes.com. You can vote for your favorite charity at the [...]
Updated 1/31/2013: The conference is now over. Rabbi Address will report on the key highlights in upcoming blog comments. Rabbi Address, who is co-chair of the C-TAC [...]
Receiving a diagnosis of a chronic disease that is treatable, but not curable, manageable, but not always completely controllable, can be a devastating experience. There [...]