Aging in Style

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When a loved one seems to be forgetting things more, how do you know if it could be Alzheimer's Disease? James Walker from the Memory Assessment Program at UConn Health is helping families get answers. To learn more visit health.uconn.edu/aging/memory-assessment-program.

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Retirement doesn't have to be boring, you can have the benefits of a community with activities and even concierge service! Annie Hoefferle is the Executive Director of Masonicare at Chester Village and tells us more. For more information visit masonicare.org.

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If you're looking to downsize but want to be around other people and still have your own space, Masonicare might be the place for you! Holly Warner is the Regional Director of Residential Sales. She is telling us about this living option. To learn more visit masonicare.org.

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Uconn Health is performing high tech procedures that changed everything for the life of Karen McQuaide. She is sharing her story. For more infromation visit heath.uconn.edu.

Masonicare

Masonicare provides assisted living, independent living and memory care services across three communities located in Wallingford, Mystic and Chester, CT. From residential senior living and fulfilling life services to personalized, best-in-class healthcare, Masonicare allows you to create the life you want to live—the way you want to live it.

Uconn Health

Adding Life to Your Years · Research by geriatricians and gerontologists is changing the way we view aging. As life expectancies continue to rise, many of us will spend more years as older adults than past generations. Our team of physicians, faculty, and researchers is leading the way to ensure that aging adults can add life to their years.