Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
Advance support for older adults and caregivers.
The mission of Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging is to advance support for older adults and caregivers. Our work is accomplished by deepening the understanding of their evolving needs in a changing society; developing and delivering innovative, high-quality solutions; and promoting effective public policies.
Founded in 1908, Benjamin Rose provides direct service to older adults and their caregivers; engages in applied social research; and leads advocacy efforts in support of older adults.
The following programs and subsidiaries operate together to fulfill our mission:
Home- and Community-Based Services
Includes home care, adult day services, partial hospitalization, social work, mental health services and Senior Companions.
Rose Centers for Aging Well
Provides home-delivered meals, as well as hot lunches, programs and services at seven senior center locations.
Margaret Wagner Apartments
Offers supportive housing for low-income seniors.
Identifies and influences public policies that impact older adults and their caregivers.
Research and Education
Conducts applied aging studies that enhance the lives of older adults and the family members, friends, and professionals who care for them. Education and training programs promote the professional and paraprofessional growth, development, and skills of those who work in the fields of aging and health services.
Conference Center at Benjamin Rose
Includes meeting and event space ideal for lectures, seminars, corporate events, banquet meals, social gatherings and trade displays.