Category: Senior Services

Caring for a Mother with Dementia

Beverly Williams attributes the BakerRipley Dementia Day center for extending her mother’s life.

Seniors at the BakerRipley Harbach Campus participate in a food demo.

Our Wellness Programs in Action

We are redefining what healthy looks like with our communities.

Adele Green: A Caregiver Story

At Heart of Gold 2019, Adele shared her experience with the BakerRipley Dementia Day Center.

Wisdom Exchange: Bobbie has a word of advice

Wisdom Exchange: Bobbie has a word of advice

“That is the message that I have for young people – do what is right and take what you have and make it the best.” – Bobbie Wooten Moorehead

An appreciative approach to Senior Services

An appreciative approach to Senior Services

Jane Bavineau, Vice President of Wellness, talks about flipping the script on aging, the silver tsunami we keep hearing about and how Appreciative Inquiry changed her perspective.

Who cares for the caregivers?

Who cares for the caregivers?

Family members who take care of an older adult don’t often see themselves as caregivers, but are ultimately responsible for their loved one’s well-being. Carolyn, JoAnn and MaryAnn talked about how BakerRipley’s caregiving programs supported them.

Young and old come together through poetry

Young and old come together through poetry

Our new pilot program brings young and old together through poetry. It helps seniors find a renewed sense of purpose while providing youth with valuable life lessons.

Supporting Houstonians with dementia for 30 years

Supporting Houstonians with dementia for 30 years

For three decades the BakerRipley Dementia Day Center has impacted thousands of older adults and their families in Houston.

Helping seniors realize their genius

Helping seniors realize their genius

Smart people learn from experiences. Wise people learn from the experience of others.

I just called to say...

I just called to say…

Senior telephone program inspires daily conversations.

What is Old?

What is Old?

Watch what happens when millennials are asked what “old” looks like, and then introduced them to real “old” people.