Many people want to stay in their own homes as they get older… commonly known as aging-in-place… staying connected to their family, friends, neighborhood and community institutions.  One way to enable this is through a Village, a non-profit membership organization that provides direct support, social activities, volunteer opportunities and coordination of services such as transportation, health and wellness programs, and home repairs.  Nationally, the Villages movement has become a game changer in how people age.  For more information, visit the website of the Village-to-Village Network.

Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills is proud to announce that, along with Temple Isaiah, and Congregation Kol Ami, we have received a major, multi-year Cutting Edge Grant from The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles. The Cutting Edge Grant* has been awarded to create and establish “The Synagogue Village"… a participatory, intentional community that directs resources, talents, services and energies to enable members to age-in-place.

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Below are a few resources to assist in your aging-in-place. 


Age-in-Place - Tri County of Greater Los Angeles

Age-in-Place - Planning Guide

Home Care Services

Home Modifications

Senior Resource - Aging in Place

National Center on Senior Transporation 

Making the Move to Assisted Living

Senior Health Resources

Boomer's Roadmap to Aging in Place

Home Improvement Tips for Seniors

Moving Tips for Seniors

Guide to Senior Nutrition

Financial Resources for Seniors

Veterans Benefits for Seniors

Legal Planning for Alzheimer's and Dementia



Re-Creating Neighborhoods for Successful Aging by Pauline Abbott EdD (Editor), Nancy Carman MA CMC (Editor), Jack Carman FASLA (Editor), Bob Scarfo PhD MLA (Editor)

Older Americans, Vital Communities: A Bold Vision for Societal Aging. by W. Andrew Achenbaum

Aging-in-Place with Dignity: International Solutions Relating to the Low-Income and Frail Elderly. by Duncan P. Boldy (Author), Leonard F. Heumann (Author)

Elderburbia: Aging With a Sense of Place in America. by Philip B. Stafford



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Next Avenue: Rabbi Laura Geller Talks About Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills’ Role In Inventing Rituals Related To Retirement

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Santa Monica Mirror: From Strength to Strength, Rabbi Laura Geller Talks New Beginnings and Second Chances As the New Year Approaches  

Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills Receives Cutting Edge Grant for “The Synagogue Village” From the The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles

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Rabbi Laura Geller of Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills Provides A Promising Approach to Post-Midlife Passage

Temple Emanuel Hosts Straight Talk About End-of-Life Decisions

Rabbi Laura Geller Attends Retirement Luncheon Honoring Richard Siegel, Director of the Zelikow School of Jewish Nonprofit Management

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