There are a growing number of resources available to you, your family, your congregation and your organization that speak to the issues of aging and Judaism.
We’ll begin with some basic denominational and general resources and continue to add to the list over time.
Editor’s Note: This article by Rabbi Address was originally published on NAMI.org, the website of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. A highlight of a recent [Read more...]
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American Society on Aging has created a resource called DRIVEWELL: Promoting Older Driver safety and Mobility in Your Community. This is a toolkit which includes: [Read more...]
A while ago I met with the people at Health Advocate in suburban Philadelphia. They were featured in a long article in the Philadelphia Inquirer. I was intrigued by the fact [Read more...]
We’ have uncovered another major resource for care-giving. CARING.Com is a resource for personal and family concerns in the area of care-giving. A special feature of [Read more...]
“Faithful Reform In Health Care is a coalition of organizations and individuals working to elevate faith-inspired voices in support of affordable quality health care for [Read more...]
Contributed by Howard Silverman, MD MS The last session of the “Aging to Saging” workshop was winding down when I asked whether any participants would be interested in [Read more...]