Being a home caregiver for a friend or a family member with dementia or Alzheimer’s is challenging. With the use of a personal music player and over the ear headphones, you can incorporate music into daily care.
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All Scarsdale residents, 60 years of age and older, are welcome to become a member of the Scarsdale Seniors. Programs will be senior group generated and self-sustained by the participants.
The Center for Aging in Place works with communities in Westchester County to support Aging in Place groups and create a new lifestyle for residents who desire to remain independent at home and engaged in community life as they grow older.
View presentations, access one-on-one support, and find local services available to those experiencing vision loss. Learn how you can benefit from services like the free New York State Talking Book and Braille program.
The Center for Aging in Place offers this informal senior services/referral directory and online resources for Westchester County amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with thanks for the help of DOROT Westchester, RSVP of Westchester, Volunteer New York!