It has been over a week since the tragic Camp Fire roared through the town of Paradise, CA, "...with more than one-quarter of its residents 65 or older." Of the 71 victims who died, 47 were...Read More
Time to Get Out and Get Social! Introducing STEPPING Out.
The Issue - Isolation
Isolation among aging seniors is a growing health epidemic and many are suffering as a result of being disconnected...Read More
The Greenwich International Film Festival has partnered with the Connecticut Chapter of The Alzheimer's Association to provide a free screening of the movie What They Had, starring Hilary Swank,...Read More
This is the SECOND of two blog posts regarding senior safety and home care. LAST WEEK concentrateD on preventing physical injury, such as falls. THIS week's post will focus on "Seasonal...Read More
This is the first of two blog posts regarding senior safety and home care. Our first post will concentrate on preventing physical injury, such as falls. Next week's post will focus on "Seasonal...Read More
"Happiness is a warm puppy." Charles Shultz (cartoonist, Peanuts)
It is common knowledge that owning a pet has many physical and mental benefits for people of all ages. Research shows that it...Read More
The changes in the brain during the progression of Dementia can lead to intense cravings for sugary foods. Read more to find out why your loved one with Dementia may be craving sugar-laden foods...Read More
Longtime Mamaroneck resident Ednar Taylor, who has resided in her home for more than 50 years, celebrated her 102nd birthday yesterday with STEPS Home Care Founder Jennifer Baukol (White Plains)...Read More
What Happened to Long-Term Care Insurance?
In the 1990s, more than 100 insurers sold traditional Long-Term Care (LTC) policies and now fewer than 15 insurance companies still do. In the past, LTC...Read More