Rabbi Dayle Friedman, founder of GrowingOlder.net, guest on Boomer Generation Radio

Rabbi Dayle Friedman, a pioneer in forging a Jewish spiritual response to the challenges and blessings of later life, is Rabbi Address’s guest on this week’s Boomer Generation Radio program.

She is the founder of Hiddur: The Center for Aging and Judaism of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, which works to foster vibrant aging in the context of multigenerational community through professional education, scholarship and spiritual resources for elders and their caregivers.

Rabbi Friedman is the moderator of the web resource GrowingOlder.net.

 

Boomer Generation Radio airs on WWDB-AM 860 every Tuesday at 10 a.m., and features news and conversation aimed at Baby Boomers and the issues facing them as members of what Rabbi Address calls “the club sandwich generation.” You can hear the show live on AM 860, or streamed live from the WWDB website.

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Biography

Rabbi Dayle Friedman

Rabbi Dayle Friedman

Rabbi Friedman is the author of Jewish Visions for Aging: A Professional Guide for Fostering Wholeness, (Jewish Lights, 2008).

She edited Jewish Pastoral Care: A Practical Handbook from Traditional and Contemporary Sources (Jewish Lights, 2nd edition, 2005), which has become a standard reference in the field. She was founding director of chaplaincy services at Philadelphia Geriatric Center, where she fostered Jewish life and spiritual care for a community of 1100 elders from 1985 to 1997. She has mentored rabbis and chaplains from all movements in Judaism. She was included in the Forward 50, a listing of influential American Jewish leaders, in 2008.

She was previously a guest on the Jewish Sacred Aging podcast, which you can hear at this link.

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