The Tablet is pleased to present this guide for Baby Boomers in partnership with local providers of health care, travel and leisure, legal and financial services. We hope this guide helps your planning for a healthy, prosperous future.
Bensonhurst Center is a faith-based rehabilitation center founded in 1974 by the Little Sisters of the Poor. Located in South Brooklyn, this state-of-the-art facility has built a reputation for its high quality care and excellence in medical and physical rehabilitation in a hotel-like setting.
The law firm of Brady & Marshak, LLP, is focused on the legal issues of middle-class New York residents. Many clients are homeowners and want to protect the value of their homes and hard-earned savings from the costs and delays of probate and potential medical care.
Adults who join Brooklyn Lifelong Learning, located at Brooklyn College, get to enjoy classes with no tests, homework or grades. Dedicated volunteer instructors teach on a range of topics, and video courses are shown to classes, followed by a lively discussion.
Calvary Hospital is the nation’s only fully accredited acute-care specialty hospital devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients from all faith traditions with advanced cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. More than 6,000 patients are cared for annually by Calvary’s inpatient, outpatient, home care, hospice and wound care services.
Catholic Cemeteries provides families with a sacred and permanent caring place for the mortal remains of their loved ones.
Serving the New York City area, Connors And Sullivan Attorneys At Law, PLLC, is committed to helping people and families. The central focus of the firm is estate planning, probate and administration matters, elder law and estate litigation, but the firm also has considerable experience with real estate closings, tax law and asset protection.
D’Angelo Law Associates is committed to providing comprehensive legal care to individuals and families in a personal and
caring manner. Services are tailored to the unique needs of each client.
April is Financial Literacy Month, a time dedicated to teaching Americans how to establish and maintain good financial habits at any age. The month provides a good opportunity for people to assess whether they have a solid plan in place to support financial goals.
Guided by the Latin motto “Ut Prosim Aliis” (“That I might care for others”), Kearney Home Care Services mission is to “extend to all patients who seek our help: comprehensive, coordinated, high-quality, professional home care services, rendered personally with understanding, compassion and joy.”