Honor Your Father and Mother: Judaism’s Guide for Transforming Elder Care into Sacred Acts
Americans are living longer. By 2030, it is estimated that the oldest-old, age 85 and older, could grow to 10 million. Baby Boomers have no script for the driving talk or the assisted living talk, as there is for the birds and the bees. Judaism, however, is rich with wisdom that addresses aging and relationships between generations. Using texts from both ancient and modern sources, this workshop will provide a Jewish framework for caring for aging parents.
OrganizationTemple Aliyah / Kalsman Institute and Cedars Sinai
6025 Valley Circle Blvd.
Woodland Hills, CO 91367