New England Young at Heart Blog


Estrangement from children can hit the elderly especially hard. It’s in the last decades of life when one needs support the most.

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This year, the Alzheimer’s Association has seven statewide walks in Connecticut. The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the largest fundraiser of the year and supports the programs and services of the Alzheimer’s Association...

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The most common question I face when working with people with hearing loss is how they can convince their friend or loved one to do something about their hearing loss.

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Water is one of the most essential elements to life and makes up 60% of your body. Yet, nearly 75% of Americans suffer from chronic dehydration.

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There’s a local resource that offers several elder care services including community referrals, assessments and care planning, counseling, friendly visitors and more: Jewish Family Service of Greater New Haven.

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What Does a Will Allow?

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The most important thing you can do, is to make the decision to be happy. Everything in your life is secondary to that decision.

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Griswold Blog August 2017

8 Yoga Poses That Seniors Can Do Without Yoga Trainers

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We provide resources for those with any type of dementia. We call ourselves the Alzheimer’s Association, as Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia.

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Becoming Your Parents Parent

Elaine in the Community

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