Reimagine Aging through Volunteering and Staying Active


Healthy aging is what we all strive for as we get older. Feeling connected at any age can help ward off loneliness, isolation and depression. Volunteering, socializing and connecting virtually can be good for the mind, body and soul.

Whether it’s learning new technology, sharing a meal and conversation with a friendly face, attending a class, or leaning on others for support, we are here to help you or a loved one stay active and engaged.

And, if you find yourself in need of some extra care, we have trained volunteers ready to help!

Here are some of the ways you can get involved and find support today: 

  • Edward A. Myerberg Center
    • Fitness & Wellness
    • Arts & Humanities
    • Tech-Knowledge Hub
      Educational digital technology courses for older adults that promote lifelong learning, independence and connection. Learn how to navigate the internet, smart devices and other applications to help you live your best life.

  • Northwest Neighbors Connecting (NNC)
    Join this member-led community of active, creative and independent adults who connect with and care for one another through an array of support services, social and wellness programs and cultural and educational activities that support each other’s ability to age in community.

  • Warm House Social Group
    The Warm House program creates a space for senior women who live in close proximity to one another to form connections through organized activities and meetups.

  • Holocaust Survivor Social Club
    Holocaust survivors have the opportunity to gather virtually for social and cultural activities, musical programs and more. Weekly programs are planned by a group of active club members and are supported, in part, by the Claims Conference.

  • Wellness Conversations and Support Groups 
    • Good Company: Virtual Get Togethers for People 55+
      Want to connect for some company and conversation? Drop in for a chat, bring a friend, and make some new ones at this free, twice-monthly group.

    • Living with Low Vision
      If you have macular degeneration or other visual impairments, this free, twice-monthly group offers conversation, support and the latest information on resources and assistive technology.

    • Living with Parkinson’s Disease
      If you are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease or care for someone who is, this free, monthly group provides education and support for coping with the physical, emotional, and social impact of the disease.

    • Suicide Loss Survivors Group
      If you have experienced the death of a loved one by suicide, this free, monthly group offers a space to share and process your grief with others who have had a similar loss, get guidance and support from a grief specialist, and learn coping strategies.

    • Grieving Together Groups: Moving Forward After a Loved One’s Death
      The death of someone we cared about can leave us with a range of emotions and reactions. Join an 8-week group for adults to connect with others who are grieving, give and receive emotional support and learn ways to care for yourself and adjust to life after loss.

  • Care Partner Conversations
    • When Your Loved One has Parkinson’s Disease
      If you are a care partner to someone with Parkinson’s Disease, this free, monthly group is a safe, confidential space to have conversations, share experiences, receive support and gather resources.

    • When Your Loved One has Dementia
      If you care for a loved one with dementia, this free, twice-monthly group offers conversation, support, resources and education.

  • Volunteer Opportunities 
    Volunteering can help you meet new friends, learn new skills, give back to your community and even feel healthier and happier. There are many ways to get involved.

  • Community Education 
    A wide range of age-appropriate programs to address the physical, emotional and social well-being of the community. Experienced health educators engage participants with presentations, discussions, stories, videos, dramatizations of real-life scenarios and guest interviews.

For a complete list of programs and classes please visit the Community Calendar.

Call 410-500-5328 to speak to an AgeWell Specialist, Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Or email info@agewellbaltimore.org.

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