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Celebrate Healthy Aging in Connecticut on April 28th

As we think about May and wanting to celebrate Older American’s Month, Assisted Living Services, is a major sponsor of  “A Celebration of Healthy Aging” event taking place again this year  on Thursday April 28th form 4-7:30pm at The Village at Mariner’s Point in East Haven.

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Leo Cooney, MD
Leo Cooney, MD

This event sponsored by SEA, Shoreline Eldercare Alliance, is free and open to anyone interested in the celebration of aging.  Keynote speaker will be Leo Cooney, MD chief of Geriatric Medicine Yale New Haven Hospital.  There will also be a workshop by Ken Steller  called Pumping Neurons, he  was so well received at last year’s event  he is back by popular demand. Another workshop will be held on “Making Decisions and Choices for End of Life Care”, presented by CT Coalition to Improve End  Of Life Care.  Also, for the first time, we are pleased to have renowned comedian Mark Verselli.

The chef from Mariner’s Point is preparing a variety of foods as well as many shoreline restaurants that are donating delicious and savory items. The YMCA will be there to demonstate water arobics in the beautiful pool at Mariner’s Point. There will be live music performances, an art show and again returning The Blossom Tapers and choir from The Towers in New Haven.

It promises to be a delicious, entertaining,  educational and thoroughly enjoyable evening.

Doors open 3:30 pm, there is valet parking. Please RSVP 203-787-8060.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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