Cooking With Cohen: Sharing the Joy of a Meal Together
In one of our most popular blog posts to date this year, we learned all about our Information & Referrals Concierge, Lauri Cohen. And now, we are interviewing our wonderful […]
Meet Darlene: AgeWell Atlanta’s New Concierge
At AgeWell Atlanta, we are so proud of our passionate and knowledgeable concierges, who help countless aging adults and their families every year with information and referrals to the resources […]
Which Is Right For Me: Brain Health Bootcamp or Music & Memory?
You may be wondering: what is the difference between the two programs, exactly? And how do I know which is right for me or my loved one?
Spring Health Tips from AgeWell Atlanta
As part of our year-round commitment to the health and wellbeing of aging adults, we want to share some of our favorite tips to help you maintain and improve your strength and mobility as you age.
Resources for National Senior Independence Month
February is National Senior Independence Month! In honor of this important month, we at AgeWell Atlanta want to share some different tips and resources to help aging adults maintain and […]
Heart Health: Know the Risks and Resources
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States. And about half of all Americans […]
Resources for National Glaucoma Month
One of the most common calls we receive at AgeWell Atlanta is about vision issues. Older adults or their family members are concerned about whether or not they can continue […]
Ageism 101: How to be an Ally to Older Adults
Nobody likes stereotypes. They’re hurtful, untrue, and perpetuate problematic ideas and attitudes towards entire groups of people. Unfortunately, almost every group of people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or genders, […]
Resources for Older Driver Safety Month
According to National Institute on Aging, there are four main challenges that older drivers (ages 65+) may face on the road: Trouble seeing Trouble hearing Dementia’s effects on driving Slower […]
Things You Need to Know About Alzheimer’s
Did you know that 6.5 million Americans, or 1 in 9, are living with Alzheimer’s disease right now? Of those, 73% are ages 75 or older, and two thirds of […]
AgeWell Atlanta Supports Family Caregivers
Every November, the world celebrates National Family Caregivers Month. This month is dedicated to recognizing and honoring caregivers across the country. Caregiving is a tireless, often thankless job, and those […]
Common Myths About Hospice Care
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Awareness Month. If you or a loved one in your life is considering hospice or palliative care, it’s important to know the differences […]
AgeWell Atlanta Celebrates Active Aging Week 2022
AgeWell Atlanta is celebrating Active Aging Week! Taking place October 3 through October 9 this year, Active Aging Week is meant to empower and inspire, and show the world that […]
Meet Lauri Cohen, New AgeWell Atlanta Concierge
Happy Rosh Hashanah! In honor of the New Year, we are thrilled to spotlight the newest AgeWell Atlanta team member: Lauri Cohen! A New Year means New Beginnings, but Lauri […]
High Holy Day Memories: Yes, it is the food!
Rabbi Judith Beiner, JF&CS Community Chaplain Memory plays a big role for the Jewish people. Several of our holidays, I.e., Hanukkah and Passover, give us the opportunities to recall and […]
Grandparents Day 2022: How AgeWell Atlanta Helps
We all love our grandparents. From their storytelling skills, to their warm hugs, and their love of their grandchildren, grandparents give so much back to the world and their families. […]
In Person Senior Day is Back for 2022!
Senior Day at the MJCCA, one of AgeWell Atlanta’s most popular and beloved events, is finally back in person! On Monday, September 12 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, attendees […]
The Magic of Music and Memory
By JF&CS Marketing Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS) Atlanta, a partner of AgeWell Atlanta, is proud to offer Music and Memory as part of their programs for memory support […]
6 Ways a Caregiver Can Care for Themselves
More Americans than ever before are caring for an older adult spouse, family member or friend. According to the Family Caregiver Alliance, almost a third of American households include a […]
Top Exercise Programs To Keep A Seniors Heart Healthy
February is the month of love and romance. Valentine’s Day brings to mind images of paper hearts, heart-shaped balloons, heart-shaped candy, etc. It’s no wonder that Congress and the American […]