In 1966, the present day Aging in America was born from the consolidation of two vital, established communities for the aged in New York City: St. Luke’s Home for Aged Women and The Peabody Home.The legacy of these organizations lives on over a century and a half later with an unwavering commitment to serving the needs and interests of the elderly population of New York with compassion and dignity.
Rev. Isaac Tuttle rents room for Distressed Lady
St. Luke's Home for Indigent Females Incorporated
Peabody Home and Reformed Relief Assoc. Incorporated
Peabody Home Moves to the Bronx
Peabody Home builds structure at 1000 Pelham Parkway
St. Lukes Home and Peabody Home merge and incorporate as Morningside House
Morningside House Nursing Home Company, Inc. is formed
Residents moved into the new buildings on Pelham Parkway
Special Alzheimer's Unit opens Morningside
Morningside House purchases Mother Butler High School at 1500 Pelham Pkwy
Morningside House becomes Aging in America, Inc.
Morningside House Nursing Home and AIA expand into Community Services
Aging in America builds Hertlin House on Long Island
Aging in America sells building at 1500 Pelham Parkway
Morningside House Nursing Home is sold. Aging in America, strategically partners with others to provide innovative programs and services to seniors
Aging in America moves into new offices in Westchester County, New York.