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Seniors: How to Stay Active, Healthy During COVID-19 Crisis

Seniors are among the most vulnerable in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Older people are at least twice as likely to have a serious case of COVID-19, according the early data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The immune system, as we age, is less efficient at fending off...

Jefferson House

Jefferson House Receives National Best Nursing Home Designation

Jefferson House, a skilled nursing, outpatient rehabilitation and palliative care community at 1 John H. Stewart Drive in Newington, recently received the highest Best Nursing Homes Rating from U.S. News & World Report. Jefferson House, a not-for-profit member of Hartford HealthCare Senior Services, received the top “high performing” rating for...

Golf Season is here

With New Golf Season in Sight, Make Sure You’re Ready

When the clocks change and the days get longer, golfers in the Northeast begin to look forward to starting a new season on the links. After a long offseason, however, it’s important to make sure your body is ready to swing a club, especially if you have had surgery or...


Inpatient Rehab Team Engages Bride-To-Be

Laura Day had a lot to look forward to — her 2-year old daughter was anticipating Santa’s arrival, she had a baby on the way, and life with her boyfriend was good. In the days before Christmas, Laura was stricken with a stomach bug – nothing out of the ordinary,...


Your Local Connections On World Lymphedema Day (March 6)

On Friday, March 6, therapists from Hartford HealthCare Rehabilitation Network will be on hand at several locations throughout the state to provide information about lymphedema services in recognition of World Lymphedema Day.  In preparation for the event, Linda Hodgkins, Clinical Program Manager for HHCRN’s lymphedema services, answers some common questions...

Parkinson's and Singning

Did Linda Ronstadt Have To Stop Singing? How Parkinson’s Therapy Could Help

Ten Grammys, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame membership and many gold and platinum albums couldn’t shield Linda Ronstadt from Parkinson’s disease. The singer known for “Blue Bayou,” “Don’t Know Much” and “You’re No Good” started noticing changes to her voice as...


Urinary Incontinence? Here’s How Physical Therapy Can Help

Urinary incontinence affects 25 million people in the United States, including 1 out of 3 women. Urinary incontinence is described as the involuntary loss of urine and can range from mild leaking to uncontrollable wetting. There are three types of urinary incontinence: Stress Incontinence: Leakage with coughing, sneezing and physical...