Radio Show

Boomer Generation Radio 1/5/2016: Healthy aging, wellness, and exercise

On the January 5, 2016 edition of Boomer Generation Radio, Dr. Barbara Harrison, associate professor of Nursing at West Chester University discusses healthy aging wellness, and exercise. In the second half of the program, Joy [Read more…]

Rabbi Richard Address, left, chats with Rabbi Lewis Eron, director of religious services at Lion's Gate, during the taping of "Conversations."
Care-Giving Concerns

JSA-TV: Rabbi Lewis John Eron, Director of Religious Services, Lion’s Gate CCRC ‘Conversation’ Part 1

In this video “Conversation,” Rabbi Address welcomes Rabbi Lewis John Eron Ph.D., director of religious services at Lion’s Gate, a continuing care retirement community in Voorhees, Camden County, NJ, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of [Read more…]

Reflections on Aging

Ag Herman Guest Post: Death is a Fact of Life!

I have a friend to whom I have been close for the past three/four years.  We enjoy a regular lunch date because between bites, we consistently have much to share.  We are able to settle [Read more…]

Harriet Warshaw, executive director, The Conversation Project (theconversationproject.org)
Jewish Baby Boomers

Conversation Project’s Harriet Warshaw joins Feb. 11 Boomer Generation Radio

Harriet Warshaw, executive director of The Conversation Project, joins Rabbi Address for the first half of the February 11 edition of “Boomer Generation Radio,” our weekly radio program on WWDB-AM 860 in Philadelphia. In the [Read more…]

Jewish Baby Boomers

Kendal Corporation assisted living experts visit new one-hour Boomer Generation Radio, February 4

Assisted living experts Beryl D. Goldman, Ph.D, RN, NHA, Director for Kendal Outreach LLC, and Director for Marketing and Public Relations at The Kendal Corporation, were the first guests on the expanded one-hour Boomer Generation [Read more…]

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Care-Giving Concerns

New York Times offers advice about assisted living for aging relatives

In a two-part series in its Boomers section, The New York Times is offering advice from Deborah Drelich, a geriatric care social worker and founder of a resource website, NY Eldercare Consultants, about important considerations [Read more…]

Care-Giving Concerns

ProPublica delivers first installment of “The Emerald City” exposé on assisted living

ProPublica.org, the nonprofit journalism website, has delivered the first of a three-part series, “The Emerald City: Life and Death in Assisted Living,” an in-depth look at the shortcomings of care in assisted living facilities around [Read more…]

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Care-Giving Concerns

Again…life’s randomness!

I was in the middle of teaching a class at our seminary, the Hebrew Union College in New York, when I was interrupted by the vibrating phone. I had forgotten to turn it off. How [Read more…]

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Resource Articles

Demystifying Assisted Living

According to AARP, approximately one million Americans live in assisted living communities today.  This unique and relatively new incarnation of the “old-style” board-and-care homes is often misunderstood, and confused with other levels of long-term care.  [Read more…]