Your Opinion Matters!
The JAA is surveying the community about elder care in Pittsburgh. Your thoughts on the aging experience in our community will help us plan for the future. Please fill out and return your survey. Complete survey by December 15 to win one of five $100 VISA Gift Cards! Click on the "Click Here" button below.Click Here
Your Opinion Matters!
The JAA is surveying the community about elder care in Pittsburgh. Your thoughts on the aging experience in our community will help us plan for the future. Please fill out and return your survey. Complete survey by December 15 to win one of five $100 VISA Gift Cards! Click on the "Click Here" button below.more
December 2 is #GivingTuesday
#GivingTuesday is a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. Won't you please consider making a donation to the the Jewish Association on Aging to help support the most vulnerable in our community? Click on the link below.more
Night Time Memory Care
Bring your loved one to our NEW 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. Call Lori O’Brien for more information: 412-422-9454.more
"I never thought it would happen to me."
Help seniors like Sarah continue to get the care they need. Give now to our annual fall Tzedakah appeal! Help care for seniors in our community. Click on the link below.more
The Art of Aging
What is the art of aging? The art of aging is the belief that we are all masterpieces that are not limited by the year we were born. Please view this video produced by Joshua Franzos that beautifully depicts the active, colorful lives of our seniors.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. For more information click on the link below.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.