Andrea Stewart-Cousins's posts related to Aging

Visiting Senior Citizens in New Rochelle

Senator Stewart-Cousins visited some of her new constituents at the Hugh Doyle Senior Center in New Rochelle.

Dominick DeGorge of Dobbs Ferry Turns 99!

Leader Stewart-Cousins sings "Happy Birthday" to Dominick DeGorge on his 99th Birthday at the Dobbs Ferry Annual Senior Citizen Week.

Greenburgh Resident John Stroud Turns 100!

Leader Stewart-Cousins wished Greenburgh resident John Stroud a Happy 100th Birthday in Elmsford, NY on May 26th.

Senator Stewart-Cousins' Visit to Ludington Adult Day Services

Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins visited the Sound Shore Medical Center on Wednesday, August 14th to receive a skirt made especially for her by Mr. Edrick Forde, a former tailor who will be celebrating his 106th birthday on September 11th. In a quote after the visit, Senator Stewart-Cousins commented, “I am incredibly thankful to Mr. Forde for the beautiful skirt. He is still as talented a tailor as he ever was, and I am so thrilled to know him. Adult day services, like those offered to Mr. Forde by Ludington Adult Day Services, are critically important because they provide senior citizens with opportunities to stay active and engaged in any number of activities.

Golden Harvest Dance and Talent Show

Senator Stewart-Cousins showed her support and joined in on the festivities at the annual Golden Harvest Dance and Talent Show on Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, a special event where seniors showcased their talents and danced the afternoon away at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. 

VNSNY Choice "Preventing Falls Among Seniors" Seminar

Senator Stewart-Cousins was one of the co-sponsors of the VNSNY Choice "Preventing Falls Among Seniors" Seminar which took place on Wednesday, September 17th, at the Coyne Park Community Center in Yonkers. The purpose of the seminar was to provide seniors and their loved ones tips and techniques to stay strong on their feet. Also at the event, and co-sponsors of the seminar, were Mayor Mike Spano, Senator George Latimer, Assemblymember Shelley Mayer, and Assemblymember Gary Pretlow.