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Newton at Home

May 10th, 2018

Register by calling (617) 795-2560 or email events@newtonathome.org. Let us know if you need a ride. DON’T MISS THIS INFORMATIVE PROGRAM The Health and Wellness committee presents the program AARP HomeFit, The facilitator will help you to understand how homes can be designed and modified to help you get around independently in all of your living areas […]

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Amazon is Primed to Disrupt Healthcare

April 26th, 2018

Can Amazon Revolutionize the Industry?   Though actual plans are kept tightly guarded, Amazon has been making moves to enter the healthcare space. Amazon already sells medical supplies and equipment to clinics and hospitals. Now the giant company wants to explore other facets of the industry, as well.   Amazon has partnered with Merck to […]

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AARP Travel Research Trends 2016

August 14th, 2017

Practically all Baby Boomer (99%) anticipate traveling for leisure in 2016, with approximately 4 or 5 trips in the works. Many are planning both domestic and international trips (45%), with 5% planning international travel exclusively. Click here to reach to full research information: http://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/research/surveys_statistics/general/2015/AARP-2016-travel-trends.pdf  

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The Healing Power of Music

September 4th, 2015

                AARP – July/August 2015 By: Mary Ellen Geist Music therapists who work with Alzheimer’s patients describe seeing people “wake up” when the sounds of loved and familiar music fills their heads. Often, after months or even years of not speaking at all, they begin to talk again, become more […]

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Aging at home, how your social life keeps you healthy

May 19th, 2014

Huffington Post – May 1,2014 By Rachel Adelson The numbers are coming in about a rising problem with social connectedness among older adults. It’s not about their social status, as it might have been in younger years. Rather, it’s about how entrenched they are in robust social networks. Do they have enough social resources to stay safely […]

Making a Town Dementia-Friendly

March 3rd, 2014

In Watertown, Wis., the windows of nine businesses display small purple angels. The decals indicate that the employees inside have been trained in how to recognize customers with dementia and how to best assist them and their caregivers. In the Connection Cafe, for example, baristas might encourage patrons with memory loss to simply point to which […]

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