The Nathaniel Witherell Blog

Thanks to Our Supporters, Fairfield County Giving Day Was a Big Success!

Donations | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

On Thursday, March 1st, Fairfield County residents were inspired to give where they live during the one-day Fairfield County Giving drive. We at the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell are pleased to thank our supporters and report that we raised nearly $5,000 in donations in one day! During the online giving event, 103 individuals donated to…

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When Love Blooms: Navigating New Senior Connections

Alzheimer's | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

When elderly parents or spouses enter a skilled nursing facility, they are bound to form new friendships. But what happens when that friendship blossoms into something more? As new romantic relationships form between elderly adults, spouses and adult children can feel betrayed and concerned. If their loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or…

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On March 1st, You’ll Have 24 Hours to Give Where You Live!

Donations | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

As a Greenwich resident, you probably know someone at The Nathaniel Witherell. Maybe it’s your elderly parent, a former neighbor or friend. Or, you might have once gotten a haircut from Tony Sciarillo, a Witherell resident who many recognize as “the best barber in Greenwich” in his day. Tony’s shop was a fixture in Chickahominy,…

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To Boost the Elderly’s Spirits, The Nathaniel Witherell Calls in the Glam Squad!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

A treasured routine, like a weekly hair appointment—often helps define an elderly person’s memories of their former life. And if they live at a skilled nursing facility, that old routine becomes even more important. The Nathaniel Witherell in Greenwich has made that a priority. To do so, they’ve called in the “Glam Squad.” The Glam…

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The Journey to Recovery Starts at Nathaniel Witherell

Orthopedic Rehab | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Sustaining a fracture is painful and recovery is often a long road. When you’re 93 years old, that journey can be even more difficult. But, Ann Selden, who was an avid golfer at 93 years of age when she fractured her femur while golfing last July, wanted to get back in the swing. She got…

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