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Italian Cultural Celebration

May 23rd at Armbrook Village Senior Living
Please join us for our “Grab Your Passport! Destination: Italy” celebration! We will have Make your own Gelato at 10:00 A.M.; an historical presentation by Jared Day at 11:00 A.M.; Make your own Pasta with a guest chef at 2:00 P.M.; and Italian entertainment at 3:30 P.M.

Alzheimer’s Support Group

May 29th | 6:00 pm
Enjoy a light dinner and a chance to share your personal experiences and strategies for communicating with your loved one! For more information, call (413) 568-0000. Held on the last Wednesday of every month. Find another support group near you »

 

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Beth Cardillo Honored as 2019 Alzheimer’s Champion at Benefit Gala

At The Pioneer Valley Friends of Alzheimer’s Association's fourth annual Alzheimer’s Benefit Gala, Beth Cardillo, Executive Director at Armbrook Village, was honored as the 2019 Alzheimer’s Champion for the impact she has had in raising awareness about the effects of dementia on individuals, families, and communities in Western Mass. Read more »


Informative Event Set on Brain Health

Chef Christopher Marsh, Director of Dining at Armbrook Village, provided a fun and educational presentation titled “Brain Healthy Cooking ... for One!” at the
Westfield Senior Center. Attendees learned how to prepare multiple tasty dishes out of a short list of healthful staples, helping them cut the waste and stretch their shopping budget when cooking for one. Read more in the Westfield News »


Armbrook Village Recognized as Westfield Chamber's Business of the Year (2018)

The Westfield Chamber of Commerce announced their "Of the Year" Awards for 2018, and Armbrook Village has been named Business of the Year for their ongoing presence in the greater Westfield community, efforts to make Westfield the first dementia friendly community on the East Coast, and newest initiative to combat senior bullying.

Read more from BusinessWest »


Beth Cardillo and Julie Waniewski Give Presentation on Senior Bullying in West Springfield


Beth Cardillo Discusses New Bill Requiring Medical Professionals to be Trained in Alzheimer's & Related Dementias

A new state law will change the way Alzheimer's and dementia patients are treated. The law, signed by Governor Baker, will require changes to be made throughout the state to diagnose and care for those who have Alzheimer's and dementia.

Watch on WesternMassNews »


Beth Cardillo and Julie Waniewski discuss new programs from the Dementia Friendly Westfield Initiative 


Beth Cardillo talks about Armbrook's ConnectedLIFE program for those with early signs of memory loss on Better Western Mass

 

 

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