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There are an increasing number of congregation and communal programs being developed to respond to the revolution in longevity.
Likewise, there are increasing numbers of resources from an ever growing body of organizations and agencies.
In these posts, we will showcase relevant and useful programs or resources that speak to your own growth as well as being supportive of issues with which you may dealing.
The January issue of Sh’ma Now explores the Jewish sensibility of “chavruta" / learning partnerships.
Are you . . . Anxious about a change in your job, health, or family? Disappointed that things didn’t turn out as expected? Tired of comparing yourself to others and coming
Rabbi Susan Elkodsi of the Malverne Jewish Center in Malverne, NY contributes a ritual to mark the end of Hanukkah, much as the Havdalah service marks the end of Shabbat.
Elana Marcus provides some advice for boomers about adjusting to life as an older adult.
We invite you to participate in a groundbreaking study that will explore the interests and family demographics of Jewish grandparents, ages 55-80. Your responses to an
Mondays, December 3, 10, 17, January 7 & 14, 8-9:30 p.m., EST, on Zoom (through phone or computer) Tuition: $150 FOR MORE INFORMATION email@example.com 215 266
Editor’s Note: We add resource links to JewishSacredAging.com all the time on the Resources page. Our followers have noted that it’s not always obvious that a new
Sukkat Shalom, Samaritan Healthcare’s Jewish Hospice program in South NJ provides a very special kind of care and support for all Jewish people living with serious
Editor’s Note: Harriet Rosen and Rabbi Elana Kanter co-authored this article. They both appeared on the June 15, 2018 Seekers of Meaning podcast here on
“My Million Dollar Mom,” the movie version of Ross Schriftman’s touching memoir of his mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s Disease, is now
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