Jonah Okun

Jonah served as our Operations Director for two years. He holds a degree in Comparative Digital Communications and Happiness Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His intrigue in promoting well-being through new digital platforms pairs perfectly with the organizations goal of making online support for caregivers a reality. Prior to his time at The Caregiver Space, he spent seven years as a professional chef, baker and restaurant manager. He now happily resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Make sure your online pharmacy is safe

Make sure your online pharmacy is safe

The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy is getting the word out about how to buy your medications online safely. Watch the video to learn: How widespread is the problem of illegal online pharmacies with counterfeit drugs? How can you make sure the medications...

Worrying about being forced out of your home

Worrying about being forced out of your home

Community question: My grandmother has dementia and her short term memory is almost gone. We are trying to get meals on wheels in to get her a warm cooked balanced meal. She is very stubborn and lives on her own. There is a concern from family members that the social...

Your body on meditation

Your body on meditation

We're always singing the praises of meditation -- from apps, simple exercises, and benefits. Meditation is one of the few ways you can have a major positive impact on your life, mentally and physically, in just a few minutes a day. "Your Body on Meditation" on Health...

Hallmark free love

Hallmark free love

Well it's that time of year again, chocolates, roses and romantic dinners right? Well, probably not, and that's okay. Valentine's Day might operate on the surface level as this picture perfect poster day of cupid love but it's more than likely that this won't be your...

The art of positive self-talk

The art of positive self-talk

Treating yourself right doesn't require excessive time or new fangled gadgetry. It's cheesy but all the happiness tools you need come preloaded in the mainframe that is your brain. The way we perceive our experience, the stories we tell ourselves and the chatter that...

Wake up call

Wake up call

We know mornings can sometimes be the hardest part of the day, which is why we’re creating a new program: Wake Up Call. Each day, we’ll be sharing a bit of inspiration and motivation to get you going. Our newest mascot is Gustav, a happy-go-clucky Rhode Island Red...

Celebrate new years by celebrating you

Celebrate new years by celebrating you

With New Years Eve around the corner, you might be thinking about how you want to reign in the new year. While other people in your neighborhood in your community may be going out for an evening of late night heroics, there are plenty of other meaningful ways to...

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