Saturday, September 13th, 2014
As America’s population ages, an increasing number of families are caring for loved ones with dementia.
In a bid to ease the burden on caregivers, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America hosts its Five Boroughs Concepts in Care Conference in New York annually. The event offers financial advice for families struggling to help loved ones with dementia, and aims to provide stress relief and tips for caregivers.
Keeping the caregivers healthy, experts say, is key to ensuring successful care for patients.
Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
From “Danny Boy” to “Rhapsody in Blue,” Steve “The Whistler” Herbst has been stretching people’s imagination of whistling for decades. Bordering between the definitions of an artist and an oddity, the whistler is living to bring a lost art back to people’s awareness.
Thursday, April 17th, 2014
It’s tough to spot criminals you can’t see.
Yet five NYCHA security cameras at the gritty Van Dyke Houses in Brownsville have been rendered useless since the agency installed scaffolding that blocks their view.