Please join Ethos for the first in a four-parts series of videos designed for older adults to learn and practice Tai Chi.
This week, Alexandra Hill-Paduano, RD, Ethos’ resident Dietitian, provides some simple grocery shopping and menu planning ideas and recipes to help seniors minimize the number of trips to the store they need to make while practicing social distancing and...
This week's edition of Ethos Live features Alie Hill-Paduano, RD, our Dietician discussing food safety, the precautions you should take at the grocery store and ideas for healthy meals.
This edition of our Ethos Live series features a Conversation with Ethos CEO Valerie Frias. Valerie provides an update on how Ethos staff and volunteers are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ann Glora, Ethos’ healthy aging program manager, leads a 30 minute Cardio and Strengthening class you can follow while sitting down. All you need is a sturdy chair, preferably without arms.
As a result of the the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) passed by congress in March, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services released new guidance with regards to paid sick leave and Personal Care Attendants.
We are reaching out to you to pass along new guidance, the City of Boston issued yesterday, regarding stricter measures being put in place for social and physical distancing in the city.
Restless? Bored? Miss the company of friends and family? Experiencing a bit of cabin fever? Well Ethos has the cure! Join Ethos staff for another 30 minutes of fun physical activity. Please join us Friday, March 27, at 1:00 p.m.,...
Ethos, because of the work we do to support older adults and the disabled, is classified as an “Essential Service” and will remain fully operational through the duration of this crisis unless otherwise directed. As restaurants close, grocery store...
COVID-19 UPDATE: Ethos fully operational. Resources for the elderly and disabled during “stay at home” advisory
Ethos, because of the work we do to support older adults and the disabled, is classified as an “Essential Service” and will remain fully operational through the duration of this crisis unless otherwise directed.