Yom HaShoah Ceremony – Generations After: A Community Promise

Yom HaShoah Ceremony- Generations After: A Community Promise Sun, May 5 at 2pm at The Tucson J in the Ballroom.

 Join us and local survivors and their families as we come together in community to memorialize the tragedy and loss of the Holocaust and to pay tribute to those who survived and the generations that have followed them. Each year, it is imperative that we set aside this day to remember the more than six million Jews murdered during the Nazi Holocaust and that we continue to raise our collective voice to reaffirm the promise of ‘Never Again.’ This year, our Southern Arizona community will gather under the theme of “Generations After: A Community Promise” to offer our solemn vow to our local living survivors and those who have come before that in the face of our past trials and our present challenges, we will remember, and we will respond.

This event is free and all are welcome.

Racquet Sports Nosh

Racquet Sports Nosh Sunday, April 14 from 10:30-11:30am

Get ready to spring into some fun! Circle the date for our next Racquet Sports Nosh on Sunday, April 14, from 10:30-11:30 am! Make your way to the Sarver Tennis Center for a light bite + beverage while enjoying a friendly chat among fellow squash, tennis, racquetball, and pickleball lovers! Connect with like-minded individuals and forge camaraderie at this monthly social hour, just for our racquet sport enthusiasts!

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session 4 – Families Raising Young Children and Caring for Aging Parents: Joys and Challenges

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session Four – Families Raising Young Children and Caring for Aging Parents: Joys and Challenges Tue, Apr 16 from 5:30-7pm

 

If you or a loved one are seeking to gain more knowledge on the vast, ever-changing world of aging, we encourage you to join us for our Aging + Families Discussion Series, catering to older adults and adult children. In this 4 part series (attendance at all 4 sessions is not required), we will learn + grow together through conversation guided by our in-house expert Linda Travis, Psy. D, whose experience in the health and aging sector spans over three decades through clinician, scholar, and educator roles.

Linda will help you to navigate the commonly held and unknown struggles surrounding the aging process, and address inquiries specific to your personal journey. Join her in the Multipurpose Room on the 2nd floor, easily accessible from the main J entrance, and delve into discussions that blend clinical expertise with personal insight. Work through the joys and challenges of aging while also focusing on connection and holistic well-being. For members and non-members, this will be an opportunity to build relationships and learn something new in a welcoming atmosphere. Everyone belongs at the J—come discover the keys to navigating the journey of aging together!

Register for our first session HERE!

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session 3 – Independence and Aging: Finding the Balance of Caring and Involvement with Your Parents and Grandparents

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session Three – Independence and Aging: Finding the Balance of Caring and Involvement with Your Parents and Grandparents Tue, Apr 9 from 5:30-7pm

If you or a loved one are seeking to gain more knowledge on the vast, ever-changing world of aging, we encourage you to join us for our Aging + Families Discussion Series, catering to older adults and adult children. In this 4 part series (attendance at all 4 sessions is not required), we will learn + grow together through conversation guided by our in-house expert Linda Travis, Psy. D, whose experience in the health and aging sector spans over three decades through clinician, scholar, and educator roles.

Linda will help you to navigate the commonly held and unknown struggles surrounding the aging process, and address inquiries specific to your personal journey. Join her in the Multipurpose Room on the 2nd floor, easily accessible from the main J entrance, and delve into discussions that blend clinical expertise with personal insight. Work through the joys and challenges of aging while also focusing on connection and holistic well-being. For members and non-members, this will be an opportunity to build relationships and learn something new in a welcoming atmosphere. Everyone belongs at the J—come discover the keys to navigating the journey of aging together!

Register for our first session HERE!

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session 2- Social Connections: The Importance of New and Long-Lasting Friendships

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session Two – Social Connections: The Importance of New and Long-Lasting Friendships Tue, Mar 26 from 2-3:30pm

If you or a loved one are seeking to gain more knowledge on the vast, ever-changing world of aging, we encourage you to join us for our Aging + Families Discussion Series, catering to older adults and adult children. In this 4 part series (attendance at all 4 sessions is not required), we will learn + grow together through conversation guided by our in-house expert Linda Travis, Psy. D, whose experience in the health and aging sector spans over three decades through clinician, scholar, and educator roles.

Linda will help you to navigate the commonly held and unknown struggles surrounding the aging process, and address inquiries specific to your personal journey. Join her in the Multipurpose Room on the 2nd floor, easily accessible from the main J entrance, and delve into discussions that blend clinical expertise with personal insight. Work through the joys and challenges of aging while also focusing on connection and holistic well-being. For members and non-members, this will be an opportunity to build relationships and learn something new in a welcoming atmosphere. Everyone belongs at the J—come discover the keys to navigating the journey of aging together!

Register for our first session HERE!

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session 1 – Independence and Aging: Myths and Facts Tuesday, March 19 from 2-3:30pm

Aging and Families: Let’s Get Together and Talk! Session 1 – Independence and Aging: Myths and Facts Tuesday, March 19 from 2-3:30pm

If you or a loved one are seeking to gain more knowledge on the vast, ever-changing world of aging, we encourage you to join us for our Aging + Families Discussion Series, catering to older adults and adult children. In this 4 part series (attendance at all 4 sessions is not required), we will learn + grow together through conversation guided by our in-house expert Linda Travis, Psy. D, whose experience in the health and aging sector spans over three decades through clinician, scholar, and educator roles.

Linda will help you to navigate the commonly held and unknown struggles surrounding the aging process, and address inquiries specific to your personal journey. Join her in the Multipurpose Room on the 2nd floor, easily accessible from the main J entrance, and delve into discussions that blend clinical expertise with personal insight. Work through the joys and challenges of aging while also focusing on connection and holistic well-being. For members and non-members, this will be an opportunity to build relationships and learn something new in a welcoming atmosphere. Everyone belongs at the J—come discover the keys to navigating the journey of aging together!

Register for our first session HERE!