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This podcast is a radio show heard on Hartford’s WDRC on Saturday mornings at 8:30, the Talk of Connecticut. Hosts Bill Corbett of Evergreen Crossings and Jennifer English of Avery Heights dive into everyday problems that seniors or their families experience. From common health issues to clearing clutter in their homes, the hosts search for solutions by interviewing interesting experts in the field of senior services, who have the answers. The goal is to help Connecticut’s seniors live their best lives now.

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Liz Cornish is Quoted in Seasons Magazine

Excerpt from Seasons Magazine…

YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO IT ALONE

Choosing how and where you want to age or making that decision on behalf of a loved one can be extremely overwhelming, as most people aren’t quite sure where to begin when it comes to researching different options. The good news is that you don’t have to go it alone, and there are people out there who are ready and willing to help to ensure that you select the right choice.

Liz Cornish, owner of New Season in Life, which offers guidance about Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, In-Home Care and Senior Support Services. After spending over 30 years as a Physical Therapist, Cornish decided to start New Season in Life as a means of helping people navigate the overwhelming landscape of senior living options. If you aren’t sure where to start when it comes to research, turning to someone like Cornish can be such a welcome relief.

She explains, “I have a network of people that want to age in place and stay at home. I have skilled resources and non-skilled resources, elder care attorneys, and of all different types of, of other companies to refer people to so that we can provide them with exactly what they need.”

Read the complete TODAY’S SENIOR LIFESTYLES: A New Chapter Where Seniors Can Truly Thrive article in Seasons Magazine starting on page 14.

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