approaches to serving
Designed to reinforce our commitment to encouraging innovation that
improves programs and services for older adults
Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging is committed to recognizing organizations that strive to serve older adults in original and exciting ways with our Promising Practices Award. This award highlights organizations working with older adults in a variety of settings that are moving away from conventional practices by developing and implementing innovative approaches.
Eligible programs for this award include those that introduce new and exciting practices in serving older adults as well as those that provide unique improvements and advances in existing services.
Congratulations to 2016 recipients and honorees:
Menorah Park: The Center 4 Brain Health
Saint John’s Communities
The Alzheimer’s Resource Center
Cabrini of Westchester
Dobbs Ferry, New York
The Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing
Learn about impactful programs you can implement from previous Promising Practices Award winners.
Innovation at Work 2016Promising Practices Winners That Are Reshaping the Aging Services Industry
Discover five Promising Practices Award winners from 2016, ranging from breakthroughs in brain health to empowering residents to become educators.Learn More
Innovation at Work 2015Promising Practices Winners That Are Reshaping the Aging Services Industry
Explore Promising Practices Award winners from 2015, including an organization that helps older adults improve their balance using special bicycles.Learn More