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We are internationally known for the care we provide for older people, helping them maintain their independence and quality of life, and manage multiple complex health conditions. Our team of geriatricians, geriatric psychiatrists, nurse case managers, patient care assistants, physical therapists, and neuropsychologists works closely with patients, their families, primary care providers, and other care providers to assess and develop a comprehensive plan for their care. Yale physicians have developed widely used interventions and support families facing such challenges as functional decline, disability, decision-making, and driving problems.

Resources for Older Adults and Caregivers

The Connecticut Older Adult Collaboration for Health 4M (COACH 4M) grant provides multiple resources for older adults and their caregivers. 

The new video resource library offers a collection of brief videos for older adults and caregivers by experts in the field touching on a range of topics relating to health, well-being, caregiving, and maintaining creativity in aging. 

View the Yale COACH 4M Video Library

The COACH 4M project is pleased to provide an updated and expanded list of available resources and services for older adults in Connecticut, parts of southeastern New York and southwestern Rhode Island, and hopes you find the Geriatric Resource Directory a helpful guide to assist you in meeting the needs of older adults throughout the region.

The new user-friendly version enables you to navigate the content through links in the table of contents and region list or using the Adobe bookmark feature.

If you have any questions about the Resource Directory or have corrections to the content, please contact Dana Limone at

View the Yale Geriatrics Resource Directory.

Disclaimer: COACH 4M does not recommend or endorse the services provided by the organizations and individuals listed in the directory. 

Distinguishing Factors

  • Inpatient and outpatient geriatric consultations at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System in West Haven
  • Syncope and Falls Assessment Program
  • A prevention initiative for seniors at risk for falls, which has reduced falls and related injuries in many Connecticut
  • The development of the Confusion Assessment Method, used internationally to diagnose delirium
  • An Acute Care for the Elderly Unit at Yale New Haven Hospital, which aids with maintenance of function during acute hospitalization
  • Outpatient consultations at the Dorothy Adler Geriatric Assessment Center