Rtn. Carolyn Burnett from Brookmeade (Aired on November 4, 2017 & November 5, 2017)

Aging Care in Rhinebeck (Aired on November 4 and 5, 2017)
RadioRotary interviews Rhinebeck Rotarian Carolyn Bernitt and Brian Zeiden, both on the staff of the Brookmeade Community, a 75-acre, three-tiered facility in Rhinebeck that provides homes and care if necessary for our aging population. Sufficiently healthy seniors can opt for independent living at Arbor Ridge, an apartment complex that provides the amenities of a luxury hotel, including accessto fine dining and a heated pool. For those who need help with the tasks of personal care, The Terrace apartments provide assisted living arrangements. For older residents in need of close medical supervision, The Baptist Home is also
services as a result of aging. The community provides many field trips to events or locations in the area. Residents are active in community programs such as painting, singing, or exploring the sensory garden.

 

Learn More:
Brookmeade Community
Division of Aging Services
Rhinebeck Rotary

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November 10, 2017 · Posted in Aging, Dutchess County, Health, Hudson Valley, Quality of Life 
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