Elmwood Seniors go Dancing with Putnam Ridge!

Elmwood Hall in Danbury, CT, hosted its annual Valentine’s dance party with the help and support from their friends at Putnam Ridge!  Decked out in pink, white and red, the dance promoted heart healthy exercise with singing and dancing to music with the local Danbury seniors.  Social dancing not only...

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Advocates Leading the Way

During the month of March, Putnam Ridge recognizes and celebrates National Social Worker month and the important role Social Services play with residents and families.  Putnam Ridge’s team confronts some of the most challenging issues facing individuals and their families during a difficult time in their lives. Social workers help...

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Celebrate Women’s Right to Vote!

Katonah Women’s Civic Club presentation 2018 Immortalized by her depiction on the US silver dollar in 1979, Susan B. Anthony was a central figure in the women’s suffrage movement who’s arrest in 1872, and widely publicized trial, helped to inspire the 1920 ratification of the 19th Amendment, giving women to...

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Winter wonderland at Putnam Ridge!

Putnam Ridge has been enjoying the spectacular winter wonderland and beautiful snowy landscape this season. Although the groundhog may have seen his shadow, signs of Spring are already evident up on Mt. Ebo North.  The buds are beginning to show through the crystal ice as the sun shines warm through...

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Weathering the Winter for Seniors

Winter months can be challenging with unpredictable weather conditions for older adults and can increase the risk of health-related problems and injuries. Taking extra precautions and preventative care to be safe is especially important for those who are more vulnerable.  By preparing ahead of time for winter emergencies, and by...

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Holiday survival tips for caregivers

The holiday season can be especially stressful for caregivers who care for those living with Alzheimer’s disease.  Putnam Ridge has partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association to share some caregiver survival tips. Topping the list, caregivers are reminded that they need to put “staying healthy” as a priority.  It may seem...

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Putnam’s Walk committee excited about new location

Putnam’s Alzheimer’s Association Welcomes New Committee to New Location The Alzheimer’s Association is pleased to announce that its annual “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” will be held Sunday, October 15, at Putnam County Veterans’ Memorial Park, a new venue that showcases its breathtaking natural scenery and modern facilities. The event is...

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