REMEMBERING HIS EMINENCE, ARCHBISHOP EMERITUS EDWARD MICHAEL CARDINAL EGAN
April 2, 1932 - March 5, 2015
Spirituality in Palliative Care
ArchCare CareDiary speaks to Father John Anderson, Sr. Director of Mission Integration at ArchCare at Terence Cardinal Cooke (TCC) Health Care Center about combining spirituality with palliative care systems.
Listen to Father John's blogtalkradiopost.
Vision Safety Tips for Older Adults
Age-related eye problems can lead to vision loss, especially for those 60 years of age and above. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the risk of vision loss increases rapidly with age, especially among those 75 and older (Prevent Blindness America, 2008).
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Author and ArchCare TimeBank Member Edith Chevat Discusses Fears and Challenges of Aging
ArchCare CareDiary speaks to Edith Chevat, author of the novels Love Lesson, The Book of Esther, and poem, "In the Eighties," about everyday challenges, rewards and perceptions related to aging.
Listen to Edith Chevat's blogtalkradio post.
ArchCare’s World Day of the Sick Observances Feature Prayers and Blessings
ArchCare’s dedication to improving the quality of lives of those unable to fully care for themselves was especially visible on February 11, when across ArchCare our nursing homes and PACE programs commemorated World Day of the Sick with a variety of special programs and activities for residents, members and caregivers.
Taking Care of You, With You
ArchCare is featured in a special publication for caregivers issued by The Tablet, a Catholic weekly newspaper sponsored by the Diocese of Brooklyn.
His Eminence, Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, was at ArchCare at San Vicente de Paúl December 10 to celebrate Mass and visit with residents of the Assisted Living Unit that ArchCare created to house them after they were evacuated from their Queens group home and left in a Brooklyn shelter following Hurricane Sandy.
To Pray With You is a Joy
ArchCare is featured in the Bronx Free Press, the Community's Billingual Newspaper.
ArchCare TimeBank Members Knit Warm Memories for Others in Need
Every Friday, up to 15 members of ArchCare TimeBank converge in Upper Manhattan to turn countless skeins of colorful yarn into hats, scarves, blankets and other items for newborns, nursing home residents and hospice patients.
“Without ArchCare, my life would be much harder.”
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ArchCare Parish Health and Wellness Network brings professional community advocates to a street festival at St. John’s Chrysostom in the South Bronx.
SI Live features ArchCare at Carmel Richmond Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center’s Senior Life program for developmentally disabled seniors.
Newest ArchCare Senior Life PACE Center Kicks Off on Staten Island
Staten Island seniors bound for nursing homes can now keep their independence and receive all the medical, social, home care and other services they need to stay safe and healthy while they continue to live in their own homes or with relatives.
ArchCare Offers First-Ever Guide to Catholic Healthcare in the Archdiocese of New York
“I would wake up in the middle of the night and think that if my life is going to be like this I don’t want to live anymore. I asked God, why do I need to be here? I needed for him to give me something to go on.” – Clarita, Bronx
Clarita, turned to ArchCare’s TimeBank for help getting to the bus in her wheelchair and discovered a new sense of purpose in life.
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