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Jul 15, 2021

Publication: News 12 Brooklyn

Getting out of the house can be good for you, especially in the summer. But for the elderly, it may not be so easy. That's why one local program is eager to keep seniors active.

The NYC PACE program wants to let everyone know that there are options out there for the elderly people in your life to get them outside and out of the house.

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Jul 12, 2021

Publication: Press Release

ArchCare, the Archdiocese of New York’s healthcare system that every day cares for more than 9,000 seniors, the poor and persons with special needs, today announced that President and Chief Executive Officer Scott LaRue has been named to Crain’s New York “Notable in Health Care” list for 2021. This recognition honors C-suite leaders in the healthcare sector who have demonstrated a willingness to share their expertise with others in the field. LaRue will be featured in the July edition of Crain’s New York Business.

Jun 15, 2021

Publication: Archdiocese of New York

As Catholics, mass is a core part of our lives. We are now able to go back to mass if we take the right precautions to keep one another safe.

None of us will soon forget the fear and uncertainties that came with the pandemic last year, but the medical and scientific communities have made incredible strides in understanding how we can protect ourselves and each other from the virus. This is a historic time in many ways.

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Jun 10, 2021

Publication: Mcknight's Senior Living

Home care, hospice and other home-and-community-based service (HCBS) providers are applauding the latest move by the Biden administration to increase COVID-19 vaccinations among homebound seniors.

Jun 2, 2021

Publication: cny.org

Father’s Day came early for Patrick Gorman of ArchCare at Ferncliff Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Rhinebeck.

You might say it was a “Wellcome” family reunion.

Gorman, who is 60, met his 1-year-old granddaughter, Charlotte Paige Wellcome, for the first time in person May 22 when she visited him from Boston, accompanied by her parents, Gorman’s only daughter, Kaitlyn Wellcome, 34, and her husband, Nicholas.

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