Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
advance support for older adults and caregivers.
The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging is a national leader pursuing innovation in practice and policy to address the important issues of aging. As a champion for older adults, Benjamin Rose works to advance their health, independence and dignity. The organization has established itself as a trusted resource for people who counsel, care for and advocate on behalf of older adults.
Since its beginnings more than 100 years ago in 1908, Benjamin Rose has built a Cleveland-based nonprofit into a nationally recognized research organization, a highly regarded service provider known for caring for people with complex, long-term needs, and a policy-driven advocate bringing information from around the country to the larger network of agencies serving older adults in the Greater Cleveland community.
The state-of-the-art Conference Center at Benjamin Rose hosts educational programming that is responsive to the evolving demands of an aging population.
The following institutes and programs operate together to fulfill our mission to advance support for older adults and caregivers:
Eldercare Services Institute
Services include home care, adult day services, partial hospitalization, social work, mental health services, and Senior Companions.
Katz Policy Institute
Identifies and influences public policies that impact older adults and their caregivers.
Margaret Blenkner Research Institute
Conducts applied aging studies that enhance the lives of older adults and the family members, friends, and professionals who care for them.
Education & Training Programs
Prepares executives, managers and practitioners to provide the care and support required by an aging population as demands and responses evolve.
Margaret Wagner Apartments
Supportive housing for low-income seniors.
Rose Centers for Aging Well
Provides home-delivered meals, congregate meals, health and wellness programming and services in neighborhood centers.