NEED A RIDE TO ONE OF THESE GREAT EVENTS?
Call At Home In Darien at 203-655-2227. We offer transportation services for Darien seniors and the disabled within Darien, Stamford, Norwalk and New Canaan. Our service hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Please give us as much advance notice as possible to book your reservation. A voluntary contribution is appreciated. For service to other locations, at times outside of our service hours, or when you want to be accompanied to a medical appointment, ask for a Friendly Volunteer Driver.
HALF PRICE TAXI VOUCHERS FOR SALE
Seniors and people with disabilities are able to purchase taxi vouchers from At Home In Darien at half the value of the voucher for rides whenever and wherever you want to go. Call At Home In Darien at 203-655-2227 for more information, or stop by our office weekdays from 9:00am to 4:00pm to purchase vouchers.
SAVE THE DATE – 10TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Friday, May 10th, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, The Country Club of Darien, 300 Mansfield Avenue
At Home In Darien is celebrating 10 years of providing meaningful services to seniors. Please plan to join us for a special anniversary fundraiser to honor individuals who have contributed to the success of At Home In Darien. We will also host a town-wide celebration in September.
Our office will be closed on Tuesday, January 1st for New Year’s Day and Monday, January 14th in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
DECEMBER 2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNUAL MEETING
Did you miss the At Home In Darien Board of Directors’ Annual Meeting? Dr. Michael Ego, University of Connecticut Professor of Human Development & Family Studies, discussed the importance of aging-in-place organizations effecting inter-generational communities. He discussed misinformation and misconceptions about aging. Attendees took a ‘facts on aging’ quiz to bring light to ageism, a form of stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination against people based on their age. The quiz and answers distributed at the meeting can be accessed at https://athomeindarien.org/special-events/
MEMBERSHIP CARD OFFERS
Membership card offers are updated for 2019. You will find it on our website by clicking here. Every Darien senior 60+ is a member at no charge, so please let us know if you need a membership card.
THE FOLLOWING EVENTS, DATES, AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
PLEASE CONFIRM WITH THE ORGANIZATION PRIOR TO THE EVENT.
Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
Anyone concerned with quality of life as they age needs to know that exercise is one of the keys, and it’s never too late to start. Darien Senior Programs offers wonderful exercise programs like Qigong, Tai Chi, Ballet, Aerobics, and Yoga, Feldenkrais, Sittercise, Pilates, Zumba, Chair Yoga, Chair Dance and more. It’s time to take charge of your own comfort and discard the movement patterns that hold you back. The weekly schedule of classes is available online at www.darienct.gov/content/28025/28847/default.aspx
January – May, Darien Arts Center, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-655-8683
The Darien Arts Center is offering a series of adult classes in visual arts, music, dance and martial arts. Classes are held in the Weatherstone Studio, the Visual Arts Studio and the Mather Center, all located in the Town Hall building. Spring classes include: Playwriting (Mondays), Ballet (Mondays and Fridays), Adult Martial Arts (Tuesdays), Watercolor Painting (Tuesdays), Yoga (Thursdays), Scene Study (Thursdays), an Oil Painting Workshop, and private music lessons. Registration is required for spring courses, and is open now. For more information visit darienarts.org or call 203-655-8683.
LOCAL ARTISTS FEATURING THE WORK OF STEVE FRITSCH
Atria Darien, 50 Ledge Road – Gratia Gillespie Gallery
Atria Darien invites you to preview the work of local artist Steve Fritsch. The artist’s work will be on display throughout the month of January. The gallery is open every day from 9:00am – 5:00pm.
VNH OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY: DE-CLUTTERING YOUR LIFE
Wednesday, January 2nd, Complimentary Lunch at 12:00pm, Program at 12:30pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
Start 2019 off on the right foot. Katherine Lasberg of Visiting Nurse and Hospice of Fairfield County will host a lunch and learn, focusing on how getting organized and de-cluttering can lead to a sense of well-being.
ACADEMIC LECTURE SERIES ON GLOBAL ISSUES: TURKEY AT A CROSSROADS
Thursdays, January 3rd, 10th, 17th and 31st, 10:00am at Darien Community Center, 274 Middlesex Road, 203-655-9050
With speakers from the Council on Foreign Relations, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and the Brookings Institute, this 4 part series will cover topics relating to Turkey and current economic, political and global issues. Series is $75 for DCA Members and $100 for the public. Purchase at email@example.com by January 2nd, more information can be found at dariendca.org.
WEEKLY DROP-IN DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Mondays, weekly starting January 7th, 12:30pm at Darien Community Association, 274 Middlesex Road
Drop-in for a $13 open game, without a DCA membership requirement, to help players obtain more master points. This challenging game is held in the Garden Wing every Monday afternoon, and is directed by Tom Hunter of Come Play Bridge. Tom will be using hands from The Common Game, so hand records will be available. Games will be stratified, and Tom will also be available both before and after the game for questions and discussion. This game is held every Monday afternoon from September until May. No reservations are required. View further details online at dariendca.org, or contact the DCA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-655-9050 ext. 10
WAVENY LIFECARE NETWORK: LIVING OPTIONS
Monday, January 7th, 12:30pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
Cynthia Gorey and Kristin Sinatra of Waveny LifeCare will describe existing senior living options within Waveny LifeCare Network, and look to the future of senior housing plans. Current resources include independent living with supportive services available and assisted living for individuals with memory care needs. Both permanent and respite stays are possible in the assisted living community.
AMERICAN GULAG – FOUR WEEK SERIES
Mondays, January 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th, 3:00pm – 4:30pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
American Gulag: 2019 marks the 400th anniversary of Dutch traders bringing the first 20 Africans to the New World, depositing them at Jamestown. Thus the stage was set for that sordid trade in human trafficking that will spawn a racial divide that exists to the present day. Vassalhood consigned humans to the bondage of a never-ending purgatory in the American Slaveocracy. Unpaid toilers who, over the next two-and-a-half centuries, slaved and sweated in the American Gulag as living and breathing property, owned, for the most part, by the Planter class.
MAH JONGG: LEARN TO PLAY CLASS
Tuesdays, January 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, 9:30am – 12:00pm at Darien Community Association, 274 Middlesex Road
Learn to play American Mah Jongg, a fun and fascinating tile game. Longtime local resident Donna Holt will teach players the basics of understanding the tiles and the Mah Jongg card. Rules and strategies of play as well as game etiquette will be covered. DCA members: $95 Public: $115 Prepayment is required by noon on Friday, January 4. View further details online at dariendca.org, or contact the DCA at email@example.com or 203-655-9050 ext. 10.
A TOAST TO GOOD HEALTH AND FITNESS FACTS
Tuesday, January 8th, 12:15pm – 2:00pm at the Darien Community Association, 274 Middlesex Road
Cost is $20 for DCA members and $35 for the public. Prepayment is required by noon on Monday, January 7. Back by popular demand, Chrissy Garner starts your new year with an active discussion – how to use your body weight to master the five foundational movements necessary for an optimal fitness program. These movements can be used to build strength at home, on a lunch break, or while traveling. Chrissy comes from the Canyon Ranch health and wellness resort in Lenox, MA. In addition to being an accomplished athlete and certified personal trainer, she is highly qualified in the field of nutrition. Her work has appeared in publications such as Huffington Post and Real Simple, and she has been a featured guest on CBS This Morning. Men are welcome, too! Luncheon will be provided by Michael Joseph’s Catering. View further details online at dariendca.org, or contact the DCA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-655-9050 ext. 10.
MAH JONGG: GUIDED PLAY
Wednesdays, January 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th, 9:30am – 12:00pm at Darien Community Association, 274 Middlesex Road
You’ve learned to play American Mah Jongg, and you’re hooked. Here’s the chance to meet other players and benefit from consistent play. This four week session will offer lots of playing time and the chance to sharpen your game, with instructor Donna Holt on hand to oversee play. She will be available to help with all aspects of the game, from choosing your hand, to guiding the group through any rules or etiquette questions that arise. Come meet others mad for Mah Jongg and build your confidence with a seasoned teacher in an encouraging atmosphere. Please bring your 2019 card to each class. PLEASE NOTE: Players should already be familiar with both rules of play and and the NMJL card. DCA members: $70 Public: $85 Prepayment is required by Monday, January 7. View further details online at dariendca.org, or contact the DCA at email@example.com or 203-655-9050 ext. 10.
MARK ALBERTSON PRESENTS “GEOGRAPHY IN THE HEADLINES-RUSSIA”
Wednesday, January 9th, 11:00am at Atria Darien, 50 Ledge Road – Liberty Hall
Norwalk Community College instructor and military historian Mark Albertson leads us through a discussion of the changing geographical borders that we read about in the daily newspapers. Today, we’ll look at Russia from the Napoleonic Wars to the 20th Century. Understanding the shifts in geography helps to understand the conflict, culture and why we should care about the headlines.
CT PHARMACY: 10 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR PHARMACIST
Wednesday, January 9th, 12:30pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
One of your greatest health resources is just inside the doors of your neighborhood drugstore: your pharmacist. As trained experts in medications, pharmacists can give advice on over-the counter and prescription drugs, help you take new drugs safely and offer tips to make them more effective. They also supplement the information you get from your doctor. Diane Corba of CT Pharmacy will present a program on important questions you should always ask your pharmacist.
ORGANIZE YOUR LIFE IN 15 MINUTES A DAY
Wednesday, January 9th, 7:00pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
It’s a new year and it’s time to get organized! You may have heard some buzz around the words “Bullet Journal.” Sounds fancy and complicated, right? What if we told you it’s just a paper journal that, once set up, can be maintained in just fifteen minutes a day, simplifying your life immensely? Join us for a class that will give you all the basics you need to get started as well as walk you through the simple setup process. We’ll provide a notebook and a pen, so all you need is a desire to get started. To register for this program, please call 203-669-5236.
BEGINNER MAH JONGG: SIX WEEK CLASS
Thursdays, January 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st, February 7th and 14th, 6:30pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
Learn to play American Mah Jongg and enter a fascinating world of bams, dragons and dots. Mah Jongg is an absorbing tile game of skill and chance. Over 6 weeks, longtime Darien resident Donna Holt will teach players the basics of understanding the tiles and current Mah Jongg card, and how to select and strengthen a winning hand. Rules and strategies of play as well as game etiquette will be covered. To register for this program, please call 203-669-5236.
JANINE LATUS: A SISTER’S STORY OF LOVE, MURDER AND LIBERATION
Thursday, January 10th 7:00pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
Janine Latus, author of international bestseller, If I Am Missing or Dead: A Sister’s Story of Love, Murder and Liberation, tells the story of two sisters who grow up to choose angry and controlling men. One breaks free and thrives; the other is murdered by her live-in boyfriend. Janine is the sister who survived, and she had to travel to help identify her sister’s body. She uses her family’s heart-breaking experience to illustrate the red flags of abuse, to help audience members recognize them in their own lives and in those of the people around them, to intervene or ask for help, to break free or help others to do so, and then to build a life of respect and freedom from fear. Her talks are part story, part strategy, and full of practical action items. But because they are built on a story, they resonate long after everyone has left the session room.
PARKINSONS’S DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP AT ATRIA DARIEN
Friday, January 11th, 11:00am – 12:30pm at Atria, 50 Ledge Road
Guest Speaker will be Amanda Brill, LCSW Chase Family Movement Disorder Clinic Hartford Health System. The group is open to all people living with Parkinson’s Disease and their caregivers. For further information contact Ilene Sumberg, LCSW 203-662-1090. Light refreshments and pizza lunch will be served.
DAVID WYNNE – PIANIST TO THE STARS
Sunday, January 13th, 2:30pm at Atria Darien, 50 Ledge Road – Lobby
Join David for a musical ride through the American Songbook and the best of Broadway.
WHAT EXACTLY IS OBSERVATION STATUS?
Monday, January 14th, 12:30pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
Observation Status is a designation assigned to certain stays in the hospital that differs from being a bona fide patient. It stems from the penalties imposed upon hospitals for readmissions of patients within 30 days of discharge. By assigning the label of Observation Status, a patient is not considered admitted and not receiving certain benefits from Medicare. Dennis Patouhas owner of Comfort Keepers of Lower Fairfield County will present a program that will demystify Observation Status.
ART GOTTLIEB LCSW: BATTLE OF THE RIVER PLATE
Tuesday, January 15th, 12:30pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
In the early days of World War II, the German warship Graf Spee was cornered in the South Atlantic by three Royal Navy cruisers and, after a running battle, fled into the neutral port of Montivedeo. Believing to be outnumbered and unable to escape, Graf Spee’s captain ordered his own ship destroyed rather than surrender to the British.
DECLUTTERING AND DOWNSIZING YOUR HOME
Tuesday, January 15th, 7:00pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
Are you thinking about downsizing? Is your home full of accumulated possessions that you don’t know how to handle? Are you unsure about where to begin? Professional Organizer Seana Turner of The Seana Method has some answers. Seana’s tips will be helpful regardless of where you are in the process. Bring your questions and join us for an insightful evening.
CURRENT EVENTS DISCUSSION GROUP: MIDTERM ELECTIONS
Tuesday, January 15th at 7:00pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
Join for a monthly current events discussion group, facilitated by Mark Albertson. The first topic is an analysis of the Midterm Elections. With Democrats picking up at least 39 seats in the House, what will this mean politically? Discussion will include questions such as: Will there be more cooperation in Washington D.C., or will there be gridlock? How will this shift in power impact the Mueller Investigations? Will the economy see any changes? How may this change what is happening at our borders? Will the new House change what is going on with wars and foreign relations? Finally, we’ll discuss where the anti-establishment voters fit into this new dynamic.
WRIST FRACTURES: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY
Wednesday, January 16th, 12:00pm – 1:00pm at Long Ridge Medical Center, 260 Long Ridge Road, Stamford
Andrea Halim, MD will discuss why wrist fractures, specifically distal radius fractures, are so common, how to avoid them, and what the treatment options are if you sustain one. Registration is required as space is limited. Call 888-357-2409 or visit greenwichhospital.org/events.
WALGREENS PHARMACY: PRESCRIPTION DISPOSAL
Wednesday, January 16th, 12:30pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
When your medicines are no longer needed, they should be disposed of promptly. Consumers and caregivers should remove expired, unwanted, or unused medicines from their home as quickly as possible to help reduce the chance that others accidentally take or intentionally misuse the unneeded medicine, and to help reduce drugs from entering the environment. Brian Bouvier, Pharmacy manager of Walgreens will present options and special instructions for you to consider when disposing of expired, unwanted, or unused medicines.
A CONVERSATION ON MACULAR DEGENERATION
Thursday, January 17th, 5:30pm at Waveny LifeCare Network, 3 Farm Road, New Canaan
Join Stamford Health Ophthalmologist, Dr. Karen Nipper, for a discussion and Q&A on macular degeneration, including the latest treatments and medications. This event is sponsored by Sardilli Produce & Dairy Co., and is free and open to the public. For more information or to RSVP contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.594.5416.
MUSIC IN THE STACKS: THE JABBERWOCKS
Sunday, January 20th at 5:00pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
The Jabberwocks, Brown’s oldest a cappella group, are a musical touring group of international acclaim located in Providence, RI. They’ve headlined festivals and won competitions worldwide, from Hong Kong and Holland to San Francisco and Seattle. With performances in Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, they’ve cemented themselves as a legitimate musical powerhouse. With performances at Steven Tyler’s birthday and Off-Broadway Theaters, they’ve reaffirmed that they’re still just a bunch of college students having fun!
ART GOTTLIEB PRESENTS “THE 1960s: MARTIN LUTHER KING AND CIVIL RIGHTS”
Monday, January 21st, 7:00pm at Atria Darien, 50 Ledge Road – Liberty Hall
Art Gottlieb presents “The 1960s: A Historical Perspective” – an exclusive lecture series at Atria Darien. This month, he’ll discuss the Civil Rights and Dr. Martin Luther King’s contribution and legacy. The 1960s was a decade of progress and unrest that changed America forever. It was a decade of filled with both promise and tragedy. The six-part series will recount the events that made the 1960s one of the most transformative decades of the second half of the 20th century.
COFFEE WITH A COP
Tuesday January 22nd, 9:30am at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together over coffee – to discuss issues and learn more about each other. Please join Sgt. Keri Isaac for a cup and some conversation. Coffee with a Cop provides a comfortable opportunity for positive officer-citizen engagements.
REGENERATIVE TREATMENT FOR MUSCULOSKELETAL ISSUES
Wednesday, January 23rd, 12:00pm – 1:00pm at Long Ridge Medical Center, 260 Long Ridge Road, Stamford
Leigh Hanke, MD will discuss decreasing pain and improving function through regenerative and orthobiologic treatments for degenerative joints and tendon injuries. Options include hyaluronic acid “gel” injections, dehydrated chorionic membrane injections, platelet-rich plasma and mesenchymal stem cells derived from bone marrow or fat tissue. Registration is required as space is limited. Call 888-357-2409 or visit greenwichhospital.org/events.
AROUND THE WORLD AND AT HOME
Wednesday, January 23rd, 7:00pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
Stacey Bewkes of the internationally-read design blog Quintessence and bestselling design author and stylist Susanna Salk, will talk about their hit “At Home With” video series, which they single handedly create, produce, direct and host and which now boasts almost 5 million views. From Los Angeles to New York to Italy and beyond, Bewkes and Salk have been invited into the homes and gardens of some of the top tastemakers and designers in the world. Sharing their insights on what they’ve seen and learned, as well as memorable behind the scene stories on some of the unique personalities who have hosted them along the way, this lively lecture will celebrate the very best in design and stylish living.
DIVERGENT INTERESTS: THE EROSION OF THE US – TURKISH ALLIANCE
Wednesday, January 23rd, 7:30pm reception, 8:00pm lecture at Darien Community Association, 274 Middlesex Road, 203-655-9050
Aaron Stein of the Atlantic Council will present this evening program as part of the Academic Lecture Series on Global Issues. Tickers are $30 for DCA members, $35 for Public, prepayment is required by Tuesday, January 22nd.
PLANNING FOR YOUR FUTURE: ELDERCARE AND LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE
Thursday, January 24th, 5:30pm at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church – Morrill Hall, 111 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan
Waveny LifeCare Network presents industry experts Stephen Keogh, elder law attorney, and Laurie Sappern Gaugler, CLTC, long-term care insurance specialist, for an important discussion about responsible planning for your family’s future. This event is free and open to the public. For more information or to RSVP: email@example.com or 203.594.5416
MAH JONGG at the DCA
Friday, January 25th, 9:00am – 12:30pm at Darien Community Association, 274 Middlesex Road
A Morning of Mah Jongg to Benefit the Mission of the DCA. All levels are welcome to join a relaxed morning of tournament-style play. DCA members $40, Public $55. Prepayment is required by Friday, January 18. View further details online at dariendca.org, or contact the DCA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-655-9050 ext. 10. For questions regarding the event itself, please contact organizer Donna Holt.
MORE THAN METES THE EYE: USING LAND RECORDS IN YOUR RESEARCH
Saturday, January 26th, 2:00pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, 203-655-1234
We will open with a discussion of land ownership from the right of the king through royal charters, grants and proprietor’s records to individual ownership. After reviewing the differences between metes and bounds and rectilinear survey systems, we will examine several case studies which show how the land records can answer some of your genealogical questions.
TAX PREP AND FILING
Mondays, beginning January 28th – April 15th, 9:00am – 1:00pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road
AARP/IRS/VITA volunteer tax assistance program will be available to the Darien community at the Darien Senior Programs. This is a no cost, full service program with special attention to seniors and low to moderate income households. Tax preparation and electronic filing of state and federal returns will be offered. Appointments are highly suggested, please call 203-656-7490.
Fridays, beginning February 1st 9:00am – 3:30pm and Saturdays, beginning February 2nd, 9:00am – 1:30pm at Darien Library, 1441 Post Road
IRS-Certified Trained AARP volunteer tax aides are available to local residents of all ages and incomes at no charge. The nation’s largest, free, volunteer-run tax assistance and preparation service is available to all individual filers regardless of income or age. Started in 1968 and since 1980, this service has operated under a cooperative agreement with the internal Revenue Service (IRS). For more information or to make an appointment, please call 203-655-1234.
ADVANCES IN ACUTE STROKE MANAGEMENT
Tuesday, January 29th, 12:00pm – 1:00pm at Long Ridge Medical Center, 260 Long Ridge Road, Stamford
Kunal Desai, MD will present advances in acute stroke care including near-intervental management. Learn about this and other recent updates on stroke care at Greenwich Hospital. Increase your understanding of when to seek emergency medical attention by identifying the signs and symptoms of strokes. Registration is required as space is limited. Call 888-357-2409 or visit greenwichhospital.org/events.
READ AND TELL: GOOD LIFE GOOD LIT
Wednesday, January 30th, 12:30pm at Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
Join Nina Smeriglio, a clinician with the Center for HOPE/Family Centers, Darien, for a monthly (last Wednesday) literary treat (poem, story, philosophical or inspirational essay) as springboard into sharing from our own stories and concerns. As meetings progress, participants will also be invited (although not obliged) to share their own narratives, spoken or written, biographical or fictional and to share their own truths. We will explore how creativity motivates, comforts, unsettles and keeps us on our toes. We will share the stories which most move and keep us going, the ideas which nurture a good life and help us through tough times.
NATIONAL SENIOR WII BOWLING SPRING CHAMPIONSHIP
Mather Center – Home of Senior Programs, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7490
Begins February 18, 2019
The NSL is a senior Wii bowling internet based league. Four (4) person teams represent their community and are placed in divisions based on their level of play. Teams play a 7 week schedule to determine conference champions then move to a 3 to 4 week playoff format to determine Regional Champions in the spring competition and National Champions in the fall competition. All seniors are welcome to register a team or teams. The past season, 2018 Regional Champions had over 1,500 senior Wii bowlers from 310 teams representing over 100 communities from 26 states. Please call 203-656-7490 if you would like to form a team of four players, or if you would like to be on a substitute list.
ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Darien Human Services, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7328
For customers who heat with oil, you have until 3/14/19 to apply. For customers who heat with electric, gas or propane, you have until 5/1/19 to apply. Assets and income limits apply. For an appointment, please call Human Services, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm, at 203-656-7328.
EMERGENCY CALL LIST FOR DARIEN RESIDENTS
Darien Human Services, 2 Renshaw Road, 203-656-7328
Would you like to be on the Darien Human Services’ Emergency Call List? The staff keeps a list of seniors or disabled individuals to call prior to a storm or town wide emergency. Calls are also made during and after the storm to provide reassurance and make sure you are alright. If you are a Darien resident, and would like to have your name added to the list, please call 203-656-7328
At Home In Darien
2 Renshaw Road, Darien, CT 06820
Tel: 203.655.2227 Fax: 1.866.224.4210
Connecting Seniors to Community