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  • For gerontology specialists, helping the elderly live full lives is a joy

    Julie Bach thinks a lot about growing older. But that focus isn't on herself. As an assistant professor of social work at Dominican University in River Forest, Bach trains students in gerontology, the study of aging. Her resume includes stints as a...
  • Aide Tells How Disclosing Rowland's Role Hurt Campaign

    Aide Tells How Disclosing Rowland's Role Hurt Campaign
    NEW HAVEN — A top aide to congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley testified on Thursday that Wilson-Foley's 2012 campaign was thrown into disarray and eventually collapsed when she was forced to disclose that former Gov. John Rowland was working...
  • Nursing Home Execs Testify Rowland Had No Role In Company

    Nursing Home Execs Testify Rowland Had No Role In Company
    NEW HAVEN — A top executive at the Apple Rehab nursing home chain testified Friday that she was stunned when she took a frantic after-hours call from her boss two years ago asking her to sign off on a corporate statement that former Gov. John...
  • Foley Testifies He Devised Sham Contract For Rowland

    Foley Testifies He Devised Sham Contract For Rowland
    NEW HAVEN – Brian Foley, owner of a nursing home chain and No. 1 backer of wife Lisa Wilson-Foley's political ambition, acknowledged Monday that it was his idea to hide former Gov. John Rowland's work for his wife's congressional campaign by...
  • Should video cameras be used in nursing homes?

     Should video cameras be used in nursing homes?
    A proposal from the Illinois attorney general's office to allow camera monitoring in nursing homes is drawing cautious support from elder care advocates, who have raised concerns about the privacy of seniors. Attorney General Lisa Madigan's proposal,...
  • Toronto: Julianne Moore's Alzheimer's Drama 'Still Alice' Explores Disease

    The realities of Alzheimer's disease and its effects on both the patients and their loved ones form the core of "Still Alice," starring Julianne Moore as Dr. Alice Howland, a 50-year-old college professor who is diagnosed with Early-onset Familial...
  • Foley Concedes Rowland Provided Services For His Company

    Foley Concedes Rowland Provided Services For His Company
    NEW HAVEN – Brian Foley acknowledged under cross-examination Tuesday that former Gov. John Rowland occasionally provided consulting services to his nursing home chain, but insisted the work was incidental to the far more extensive advice he was...
  • Venice Film Review: 'Red Amnesia'

    Wang Xiaoshuai's involving if fragmented take on an older woman lost in the disorientation of China's breakneck changes and seeking expiation for an earlier act of self-preservation. Wang views "Amnesia" as the last of his Cultural Revolution trilogy,...
  • 'I Can Get You Elected,' Rowland Promised Wilson-Foley, Her Husband Testifies

     'I Can Get You Elected,' Rowland Promised Wilson-Foley, Her Husband Testifies
    NEW HAVEN — Brian Foley, the health care executive who admits secretly paying former Gov. John G. Rowland to run his wife's 2012 congressional campaign, testified Friday that the scheme developed out of a sales pitch by Rowland at a Farmington...
  • Rowland Trial Delves Into The Dark Side

    Rowland Trial Delves Into The Dark Side
    Former Gov. John G. Rowland's trial on violating campaign finance laws began Wednesday in New Haven with a shocking revelation. In 2010, Rowland allegedly tried to shake down Republican congressional hopeful Mark Greenberg for $790,000 in secret...
  • For Gov. Terry McAuliffe, question is whether to be bold or cautious on Medicaid expansion

    For Gov. Terry McAuliffe, question is whether to be bold or cautious on Medicaid expansion
    When Gov. Terry McAuliffe announces how he intends to use his executive powers to expand health care coverage for Virginia's poor, it looks as if he's more likely to step cautiously than confrontationally. With an overwhelming majority in the House of...