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Home Care Neighborhood Guide

New York City is full of fun, interesting, and unique senior-friendly activities that will keep you busy for a long time. This neighborhood guide is separated by borough and it should help senior and home care aid figure out where to go today.

Home Care Brooklyn

Brooklyn might be considered the best place for young people to live in New York City, but there are plenty of activities that people of all ages can enjoy too. There is ample green space thanks to Prospect Park, Fort Greene Park, Sunset Park, and many others. The Brooklyn Museum and New York Transit Museum are a testament to the borough’s appreciation for history and art, and live sporting events are easy to access thanks to the Barclays Center in Prospect Heights and Brooklyn Cyclones in Coney Island.



Home Care Queens

Queens has many interesting sights to see and is a great place for senior living. Flushing Meadows-Corona Park provides the perfect outdoor space for everyone, while the Museum of the Moving Image and Queens Museum offer great ways to learn and exercise the mind. Have some real fun with a trip to the Queens Zoo or a ballgame to see the New York Mets and Citi Field.

Home Care Bronx

Home to 7,000 acres of green space, the Bronx has an incredible amount of green space open to the public in the form of Pelham Bay Park and the New York Botanical Garden. The borough is also famous for the Bronx Zoo and as the home to the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. There are also several well-regarded museums and art galleries to check out.



Home Care New York City

The center of the busiest city in the world still allows time for fun, leisurely activities outside your home. Many outdoor spaces in Manhattan, like Central Park and the High Line near Chelsea Market, are perfect for seniors. Be a tourist for the day and see the Empire State Building, check out Madison Square Garden, or visit some of the most

prestigious museums in the world, like the Guggenheim, MoMA, or the Met.



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