The Benjamin Rose Rose Institute on Aging (BRIA) is a national leader pursuing innovation in practice and policy to address the important issues of aging through direct services, research, and advocacy. Founded in 1908 by Cleveland businessman Benjamin Rose, the organization works to advance the health, independence and dignity of older adults by educating professionals and paraprofessionals, offering health and human services, engaging in applied social research, advocating for older adults and influencing policy change. BRIA’s commitment to the arts is reflected in the arts programs offered by its Education and Training Program and by the work of the Northeast Ohio Center for Creative Aging, a center established by the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging in cooperation with other arts and aging organizations throughout the area.

11890 Fairhill Rd
Cleveland, OH 44120
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