Assisted Living Services offers complimentary animal assisted therapy to its homecare clients. Sonny is our amazing Golden Retriever who is a Registered Therapy Animal. On home visits he is accompanied by Sharon and/or Ron D’Aquila, […]
The Shoreline Eldercare Alliance (SEA) is hosting an educational session titled “Celebration of Healthy Aging.” Assisted Living Services is proud to partner with SEA to educate and inform the CT community on important senior care […]
The Shoreline Eldercare Alliance (SEA) is hosting an educational session on “Preparing for Life Transitions.” Assisted Living Services is proud to partner with SEA to educate and inform the CT community on important senior care […]
When you think about senior care, there is one important area that is often overlooked — dental hygiene. Dental hygiene for seniors is critical and often can be symptomatic of other health concerns.
Why Dental Hygiene […]
Shingles is a disease that affects your nerves. It can cause burning, shooting pain, tingling, and/or itching, as well as a rash and blisters. The rash usually runs along an inflamed nerve and develops on […]
Our very own Ron D’Aquila was interviewed by News 8 (WTNH) recently to discuss tips for fighting the holiday blues, particularly for the elderly.
In the interview, Ron explained that the winter season can negatively affect […]
It’s the time of year for many family gatherings. Celebrating the holiday season brings family and friends together to share stories and catch up with each other. While it’s a festive time, family events can […]
It is a question many adult children in Connecticut find themselves asking. Is my aging parent safe living alone? For most seniors, there comes a time when they will no longer be safe living alone […]
To buy or not to buy organic, that is the question. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) publishes an annual report called the “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce” that may help your decision making. This […]
Do you see signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s in your senior loved one? Parkinson’s disease is a chronic, progressive (symptoms may get worse as time goes by) disorder in which dopamine levels in your brain […]