About Us

Center for Healthy Aging is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to  integrate public, private, and philanthropic resources to help educate and train caregivers, enhance wellness, and provide models of care that demonstrate efficiencies and cost savings while improving the quality of life for elders.  Our non-profit will provide easy access to quality of life programs. 

Lifeline – Personal Emergency Response System & Medication Dispenser

We are proud to be representatives for Philips Lifeline! To learn more about these important services contact Marta, Your Local Lifeline Lady @ 775-848-1260.

REST OF YOUR LIFE

CHA is working with a team of professionals to develop an educational program for elders to provide them with the necessary tools to create a personalized and comprehensive set of plans and documents for the end of life. This program will be interactive and interface with health professionals, attorneys, financial planners, etc. The goal is to improve quality of life by giving the elder knowledge, skills, leading to more control and peace of mind.

Eldercare in the Workplace

Met Life research states employer costs of caregiving is over $33 billion per year. These costs include replacing employees, absenteeism,

Latest Blog Postings

Adding Life To Years

Behavioral, Mental, and Cognitive Health Among Elders: What Needs to be Done? The Commission on Aging Legislative Subcommittee, which I am a member of, has produced the top eight “Elder Issues in Nevada” for our state and local officials. According to this issue brief, the state has very few services for people requiring assistance due […]

Adding Life To Years

The Village Movement I had the pleasure of hosting the Tahoe Aging Institute for the 7th year during this past September. Professionals that work in gerontology from around the country convened at Lake Tahoe for some rich discussion on aging programs and issues. One of the discussions centered on the “Village” concept. Villages are a […]

Adding Life To Years

Aging Body Images and the Impact of Media How are you affected by what you see in the media? I have seen or read in the media about an auto accident where they report the age of the person causing the accident if they are “old”. For example, just the other day a news person […]

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