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

Senior Health Advocate: Improving Seniors’ Lives Senior Health Advocacy services promotes the health, dignity, rights and quality of life of seniors and disabled; services that make a difference in people’s lives. Last month in  Senior Spectrum I introduced the Senior Health Advocate program that we are beginning this summer with AmeriCorps VISTA. The services that […]

Adding Life To Years

Senior Health Advocacy The Center for Healthy Aging (CHA), a Reno 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides innovative, effective and efficient programs to improve the quality of life of seniors has partnered with the City of Reno Senior Citizens Advisory Committee (SCAC) and the Truckee Meadows Park Foundation to receive federal funding for two new Americorps VISTA […]

Adding Life To Years

Blaze a Trail: Theme for May – Older Americans Month When Older Americans Month was established in 1963, only 17 million living Americans lived to be 65. About a third of these older Americans lived in poverty and there were few programs to meet their needs. Interest in older Americans and their concerns was growing. […]

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