“Coffee Is As Close To A Perfect Beverage As We Can Find”

Over the past few years, there have been several studies on coffee. Initially, I think the research was an attempt to prove that it was harmful to consume and to dissuade people from using it. Nevertheless, the results cited several health benefits from coffee consumption. Not long after that, a second and then a third… Read more »

“Connecticut CAPS Classes Well-Attended & Well-Received”

We just finished offering the three-days of classes for the CAPS (Certified Aging In Place Specialist)) designation in Hartford, Connecticut at the New England Assistive Technology (“NEAT”) Center at Oak Hill. Except for a little snow and cooler than normal weather, it was great. The warm exchange in the classroom and the facility more than… Read more »

“Celebrating The OT During Occupational Therapy Month”

Each April, we celebrate Occupational Therapy Month. This is the special time when we recognize the role and the achievements of occupational therapists (“OTs”) for working with people who require some modifications or considerations to help them remain in the current homes. OTs, along with other health care professionals (HCPs) such as PTs, are valuable throughout the… Read more »