For Older Adults, ‘Planning Ahead’ Eases Move to New Home

Helping your parent or loved one decide if and when it’s time to leave their home can be difficult and complicated. While sometimes the need for a move is obvious, other times the answer is not so clear. What to Look For The holiday season is a good time to observe loved ones and notice Read more about For Older Adults, ‘Planning Ahead’ Eases Move to New Home[…]

It’s Not Too Late: Protect Your Family and Loved Ones from the Flu

An important way to age well in Jewish Cincinnati this winter is to prevent illness. The seasonal flu can cause serious complications, in particular for those 65 and older, but can often be prevented by getting a vaccine. December 3-9 is National Influenza VaccineWeek (NIVW), an initiative established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2005 to highlight the Read more about It’s Not Too Late: Protect Your Family and Loved Ones from the Flu[…]

Home for the Holidays: What to Look for with Older Adult Family Members

During the holiday season, many people visit their aging parents, perhaps for the first time in several months. Ann Sutton Burke, Jewish Family Service Director of Aging and Caregiving Services, wrote a guest column for the Council on Aging’s e-newsletter, addressing what changes you should look for and be concerned about. If you see some of Read more about Home for the Holidays: What to Look for with Older Adult Family Members[…]

AgeWell Cincinnati a Resource During National Family Caregivers Month

This November we recognize National Family Caregivers Month and the 44 million Americans who provide support for family members as they age or manage a disability. AgeWell Cincinnati can provide caregivers with the support they need, in addition to solutions for their loved ones. If you have someone in your life who depends on you for Read more about AgeWell Cincinnati a Resource During National Family Caregivers Month[…]