Chat with adults over 50

31 Oct

The response was overwhelming: 500 registrations in less than 3 days, and over 250 very detailed comments.We realized immediately that our little trial of online dating for seniors was something that resonated with people all over the world, and that we needed to go ahead and build something that would help us touch the lives of older adults everywhere.With the obsession that today’s media has with youth and appearance, you could be forgiven for thinking that it’s only the young who are looking for companionship, that dating is a young person’s game. Which of the following images do you think the media is more likely to use to accompany an article on online dating? At the same time, more older adults over 55 find themselves single and looking, either through divorce or the tragic loss of a husband or wife they loved for many years.This means that there are more seniors and baby boomers than ever before looking for some companionship to fill the void of their prior partner.It’s a growing reality that Judith Creed Homes for Adult Independence (JCHAI) is grappling with as its adult clients become seniors, some in their late 70s.While trusts remain one of the best planning techniques for families with means, many adults with disabilities have more immediate needs, such as finding jobs and places to live, and learning new skills.

It can reduce the risk of early death and help prevent, delay, or manage many chronic diseases faced by adults ages 50 and older.

Do remember that you are welcome to join any of the German language courses offered by CESA.

If we feel the language school you’ve selected is not right for adults or that it’s a bad time of the year to choose, we will let you know, not let you go!

Started in 1987 as a residential group home for adults with developmental disabilities, JCHAI now helps clients who live in apartments around Philadelphia as well as offering one-on-one in-home programs providing social networks and jobs for people with developmental disabilities, brain injury, and autism.

Stacy Jarett Levitan, JCHAI’s executive director, based in Bryn Mawr, explains that clients live “as full a life as possible.