Recently, Jewish Sacred Aging, along with several other groups, co-sponsored a half day education day for clergy on Alzheimer’s disease. The local Alzheimer’s Association developed a Jewish Advisory Group to help get the word out [Read more...]
Vayetze, which begins in Genesis [28:10], is one of our most famous portions. Jacob, encouraged by Rebecca to leave town quickly to escape Esau’s anger, heads to Haran where he will eventually meet up with [Read more...]
Editor’s Note: Nancy Hays was a caregiver to her husband, who recently died from Alzheimer’s Disease. She presented this at a recent seminar Rabbi Address attended in Philadelphia. Nancy is a member of Temple Shalom in [Read more...]
On this episode of Jewish Sacred Aging Radio on BlogTalkRadio.com, a live discussion of Jewish bio-ethics with Rabbi Jason Weiner, senior rabbi and director of the spiritual care department at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, CA, and [Read more...]
Rabbi David Levin visits this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast to discuss his new Jewish Relationships Initiative. The Jewish Relationships Initiative is a nonprofit organization formed to provide outreach focusing on the unaffiliated Jewish [Read more...]
Back in the early ‘80s when I was a young wife and mother, my husband owned a car leasing company in Beverly Hills. For many years, I drove really nice cars, Cadillacs, Mercedes—even went to [Read more...]
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!
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The Da’at Institute’s “Aging in Israel” Study Tour takes place takes place in February 2018. Learn about the challenges of aging in Israel. Download the flyer.