Posts Tagged ‘Ojakian Commons’

The Hour: ‘Strong demand’ remains for accessible housing in Connecticut

Highlighting the need for more accessible housing opportunities in Connecticut, the Hour’s Erin Kataya wrote a news story on the dire shortage of accessible apartments in Connecticut. She also highlights what can be done to help solve that shortage. Here is a link to that story: The Hour Article – Strong demand remains for accessible […]

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February 15th, 2021

UCONN Helps Bring Covid-19 Testing to Ojakian Commons

On June 19, 2020, mobile testing came to the Ojakian Commons Parking Lot. A team effort between the National MS Society, UCONN Health’s MS Center, Ojakian Commons Management, Trinity Healthcare and the Charter Oak Health Center made our residents’ request for Covid-19 testing possible. Here is a link to the UCONN Today article on the […]

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June 30th, 2020

Requested Mobile Covid-19 Testing Comes Right to Our Ojakian Commons Community

Many residents at Ojakian Commons are at higher risk for difficulties from the Covid-19 virus. Management has been working hard to assure that Ojakian Commons remains a safe and healthy environment. Ownership and Management have teamed up with leadership and staff at three expert agencies: the UCONN Health MS Center, the Mandell MS Center at […]

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June 20th, 2020

Farmington Mom Delivers Hundreds of Home Cooked Meals to Ojakian Commons Residents

Here is a fantastic story about good things happening in the midst of a pandemic. At Ojakian Commons, many of our residents have disabilities and are at higher risk of complications from Covid-19. We have been working hard to assure the building is safe and its residents are healthy. But sometimes, it is the personal […]

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April 29th, 2020

Momentum Magazine Profiles Affordable, Accessible Housing by Regan Development

The Spring 2020 edition of Momentum Magazine profiles the efforts to create affordable, accessible apartments for people living with physical and cognitive disabilities. Across the country, a movement has begun to create independent rental housing opportunities with support services for people living with physical and cognitive disabilities. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s flagship magazine highlights […]

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April 12th, 2020