If the final task of a long life is to reflect on the past and conclude that the years were well lived, then elderly Holocaust survivors face a painful challenge.
Though most programs for aging Jews aim to keep them busy, a new initiative from Manhattan’s Central Synagogue aims to keep them reflecting.
With a challah tucked underneath his arm, one rabbi makes house calls to elderly patients suffering from terminal illnesses.
For older Jewish workers, job loss can be particularly painful. We spoke with six people about their careers and the road ahead.
From art and gardening to transportation, these initiatives are changing the aging experience across America.
Zoomers? Wellderly? Geri-Actives? Who?! Dotty Brown challenges the way we talk about ourselves as we age.
As Jewish baby boomers reenter the dating scene, they encounter an unfamiliar landscape of online dating and sext-ing — yet they still seek long-term companions.
Eighty years after Nazis forced her to flee her German hometown, Senta Baum returns with her family. Her granddaughter recounts the emotional story.