Senior Living Health and Financial Expo
Franco Ullo of Jag-One Physical Therapy was also making his first appearance at the senior expo. “As we get older, there are ways to improve and maintain the quality of life by exercising mobility and we’re here to help that community thrive.”
Stretched Out, a new business that offers therapeutic sports and wellness services at its location at 8121 Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, announced that it was offering free exercise and therapy sessions to veterans and service members for one day. “On Veterans Day, we’re going to close down to our clients and we’re going to serve only the military,” John Brancato told this paper.
Other exhibitors at the expo included Advanced Hearing Center, Ben Bay Realty/HSBC, FDNY, Caption Call, Investors Bank, Island Federal Credit Union, Island Shores, Northfield Bank, Norwegian Christian Home, NY Connects Dept. of Aging, OHEL, Prudential, Senior Bridge, Therapy-in-Motion and Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology.
Russell Craig Targove was the master of ceremonies at the expo and there were also blood pressure screenings and other activities throughout each event.
Guests were exceedingly pleased with the scope of the expo. “I’ve been to these before and I really find them very energizing and informative because all the groups that are here service our community in Bay Ridge and Dyker Heights,” said attendee June Johnson.
Veteran Bill Humienny also said it was important to come to an event like this because of the information offered. “You learn about all the different doctors, hospitals and lawyers,” said Humienny. “I’ve come to a couple of these and this is one of the best I’ve been to.”