This #GivingTuesday we're asking: What's on your bucket list? Our seniors have big dreams too. Help us provide for their care – and check a few items off their lists – by giving generously.Click Here
This #GivingTuesday we're asking: What's on your bucket list? Our seniors have big dreams too. Help us provide for their care – and check a few items off their lists – by giving generously.more
Caring For Our Community
Our 2015 annual report, "Caring For Our Community," is now available – and it's full of touching stories and exciting updates from the past year.more
A Winning Team
The Jewish Association on Aging's 2015 PEER Awards recognize employees who go above and beyond.more
What does successful aging look like?
JAA President and CEO Deborah Winn-Horvitz recently published an op-ed in the Jewish Chronicle exploring how we can become active participants in our own aging experience.more
Nighttime Memory Care
Bring your loved one to our Nighttime Memory Care Program at the Jewish Association on Aging. This innovative program lifts the burden of round-the-clock care during the evening and nighttime - the most trying hours - and provides your loved one with a safe home away from home.more
JAA Launches Program to Keep Seniors Driving Safely
Knowing if and when car keys should be taken away from elderly drivers may be one of the most stressful conversations families engage in as parents and grandparents age. Let our talented therapists help make your loved ones safer drivers.more
Open to all faiths, the JAA offers religious support to all of our patients.
Have questions about caring for your loved one? Answers are in the Family Toolbox.
Donate & Support
Donate or volunteer today and help deliver care to the aging in the city of Pittsburgh.
What They Say
Hear what JAA patients have to say about their JAA experience in our testimonials.