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Spring - Time to Learn About the Benefits of Nature for Westchester & Fairfield County Seniors

Spring is in the air, the crocus have bloomed and the yellow daffodils are peeking out. In the past few years we have seen news showing a positive link between nature and good health.  Not...

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Technology for Home-bound Seniors | STEPS Home Care NY, CT, LI

While we may smile and laugh watching the over-the-top funny Saturday Night Live skit about “Amazon Echo Silver,” digital technology for home-bound seniors has arrived. A new technology created in...

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Stop and Smell the Roses - Using Scents to Engage Seniors

The sense of smell is intricately linked with memory and emotions. Picture walking by a lilac in bloom triggering a memory of a special garden or the scent of fresh baked cookies in the oven...

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Caring for Caregivers in NY, CT and LI | STEPS Home Care

Day after day, caregivers in Westchester, Fairfield, and Nassau Counties find the burden of caring for an aging loved one strains even the most resilient person. While caring for an aging family...

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Announcing Speaker Series - Transition to Home: Navigating the Hospital or Rehab Discharge

SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING THE HOSPITAL / REHABILITATION DISCHARGE TRANSITION

  • Date:  Part 1 - Tuesday, March 12th & Part 2 - Tuesday, March 26th
  • Time:  3:30pm - Refreshments @ 3:30pm; Presentation @...
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Life Lessons from Seniors - STEPS Home Care

 

“There is so much to learn from those who fought in World War II, marched for civil rights, survived the Holocaust, endured broken hearts, found a way as a single mom, and laughed and loved... Read More

STEPS Home Care:  2019 Family-Owned Business Award Recipient

The Fairfield & Westchester Business Journals Recognized STEPS Home Care as a Top 20 Family-Owned Business

STEPS Home Care, a female owned licensed Home Care Services Agency serving Westchester...

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Communicating with a Person with Dementia: Tips & Resources

 The stages of Dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, gradually diminish a person's ability to communicate. For a caregiver or family member, this means you will require additional patience,...

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What the Government Shutdown Means for Westchester & Fairfield Seniors

Seniors in Westchester, Fairfield and Nassau Counties are beginning to see the impact of the partial government shutdown that is now the longest in the nation’s history.  800,000 federal workers...

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Join Us for a "Dementia Friends" Training Session on Wednesday, February 6 at 11 am

 

DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WITH DEMENTIA?

Do you want to learn more about how dementia affects the brain and how you can assist someone living with the disease?

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