These posts are guest articles on important resources.
These Life Data forms have been prepared to serve as a basis for starting the “Conversation” among families. Download the PDF file and use it as a guide in your discussions. A Time to Prepare [Read more…]
The Philadelphia Inquirer had an article on palliative care in its October 25 edition. You can read the article, “Heeding patients’ spiritual needs benefits all,” at this link.
Editor’s Note: Rabbi Mark Levin is the founding rabbi of Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park, KS, and a contributor to Jewish Sacred Aging. People our age, my age, in our sixties and above, need [Read more…]
Several things happened to me concurrently. First, I was about to retire from a wonderful 32 Year career as Director of Religious Education from Am Shalom, a great congregation in Glencoe, IL. Second, I went [Read more…]
Social Media is often considered a “young person’s game” with millennials positioning themselves as “experts.’ In fact, the Boomer generation is just as well-equipped, if not more, to use social media for business. Here’s a free [Read more…]
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 they become care-givers for partners who have suffered [Read more…]
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 place among this year’s best. [Read more…]
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 always be welcomed.