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Social life for the aging, respite for kin

Attendees of the Bright Horizons adult day center in Colonie participate in a group exercise class held March 5. The center strives to keep functionally impaired adults independent, entertained and engaged.
Attendees of the Bright Horizons adult day center in Colonie participate in a group exercise class held March 5. The center strives to keep functionally impaired adults independent, entertained and engaged.
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Diane Fleming can play tennis, bowl and do yoga, but she doesn’t know what day it is and has a tendency to wander. When her husband died in November, her daughter, Laura Essa, took over her care but soon realized she couldn’t manage it on her own. Essa’s search for respite led her to the Bright Horizons adult day center at The Beltrone Living Center in Colonie, which is run by Colonie Senior Service Centers. ...


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