Connecticut has plans to help people literally get back on their feet. Several towns in Connecticut will be offering Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance® (TJQMBB), an evidence-based program that reduces falls among older adults by 55%. Dianne Stone, director of the Newington Senior and Disabled Center, explains.
Thanks to a supportive family and Money Follows the Person, Roslyn regained her independence and well-being after an acquired brain injury.
You want food that’s nourishing and satisfying, that’s easy to purchase and prepare—and that can be a real challenge. By providing easy access to good food, along with a willingness to make a few changes in how you eat—you can make a difference in your quality of life. Here is how you can eat well and age well.