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Visiting Nurses Offer Integrative Therapies
ifeTime Solutions, the private duty home care
affiliate of Visiting Nurse Association (VNA)
Community Healthcare, recently kicked-off a
new Integrative Therapies program. Services
include massage, reiki, therapeutic touch, and
reflexology. These treatments will now be avail-
able to individuals in their own home. They are
designed to help maintain and enhance overall
well-being while complementing traditional
medical treatment. Benefits of these healing
modalities can include: reduction of pain, de-
pression, anxiety and stress; increase in energy
levels; and better quality of sleep. Services will be provided by insured certified or
licensed practitioners who have experience working with the aging population and
various medical conditions.
Lifetime Solutions is a local, private duty, home care company that services shoreline
towns from East Haven to Old Saybrook and the Greater New Haven area. Their
goal is giving clients the services needed to enable them to live independently in
the comfort of their own homes. They also provide care for those residing in assisted
living facilities.
For information, or to schedule an Integrative Therapies session, call LifeTime
Solutions at 203.458.5990, or visit
March in Madison Salutes America’s Birth
ohn Adams included the following phras-
es in a note to his wife, Abigail, about the
birth of the new nation of America: “I am
apt to believe that it will be celebrated by
succeeding generations as the great anni-
versary festival. It ought to be solemnized
with pomp and parade, with shows, games,
sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illumina-
tions from one end of this continent to the
other, from this time forward forever more.”
Centuries later, Madison Exchange Club continues a 30-year old manifestation of
that belief with its annual Fourth of July parade. Held on Saturday, July 4, this year’s
theme is “Heath and Wellness, Let’s Get Fit,” celebrating Madison’s heritage with a
focus on the environment. The two-hour event, which begins at 11 a.m., will wind
its way from Stop and Shop parking lot, through Madison center and into the Surf
Club. It will showcase approximately 100 community groups, floats, bands, clowns,
antique cars, trucks, bicycles and professional performance groups. New this year
will be the neighborhood float competition and a showing of pets.
The Exchange Club of Madison is an all-volunteer civic club of dedicated men
and women working to make the Connecticut shoreline a better place to live. They
organize, and fully fund, the Madison Independence Day Parade, the Easter Egg Hunt
at the Surf Club, numerous youth awards and other community services.
The Madison Parade will begin at 555 Boston Post Road. For information, contact
203.645.2147, or visit
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