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.


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

Get into the Act: Healthy Aging is More Lifestyle than Genes Act II Last month was dedicated to older Americans with the theme of “getting into the act”. I wrote about how our lifestyles are more important than our genes when it comes to aging well and being healthy. This month I am continuing the […]

Adding Life To Years

Get Into the Act: Healthy Aging is More Lifestyle than Genes May is Older Americans Month! The national theme is Get Into the Act. Even though the intent is to encourage people of all ages to focus on elders needs and take more action to provide community services and have legislation that target elders and […]

Adding Life To Years

Adult Development and Social Isolation in Later Life Becoming an adult is quite a process. As I have observed over the years, many of us do not do it very well. What do I mean? Well I am going to start from the beginning. In my education at University of California Berkeley and UC San […]