Rabbi address conducted a workshop on Baby Boomers at the 2013 Biennial of the Union for Reform Judaism in San Diego last week. The session, “Seekers of Meaning: Baby Boomers and Our Congregations,” discussed how the first wave of “boomers” is now collecting Medicare and Social Security. They are also leaving our congregations. This generation has helped re-shape culture and has been a driving force in the transformation of contemporary Judaism. What are the issues that impact this generation’s soul and spirit and how can our congregations meet them “where they are”?
Boomer Generation Radio 6/11/2013: Beryl Goldman and Cheryl Wade of Kendal Corporation, Quaker senior care and CCRCs
In the June 11, 2013 episode of Boomer Generation Radio, Rabbi Address discusses Kendal Corporation‘s Quaker-based network of senior living facilities with Beryl Goldman and Cheryl Wade of Kendal Corporation. Biographies of Guests BERYL D. [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.
Written by: Webmaster on April 27, 2016.The April 26, 2016 Boomer Generation Radio show features Mark Davis, from Center for Advocacy for Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE), and Dr. David Bernstein, an internist [Read more…]