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New York for Seniors Magazine Now Available in Digital 3D

By popular demand, the New York for Seniors Magazine is now available in a digital 3D version!

Currently, the New York for Seniors Magazine is distributed to senior centers, assisted living facilities, churches, and government offices throughout New York City.

For those interested in reading the magazine, but are not located within the distribution network, the new digital 3D feature provides a simple and effective solution.

Benefits of the new Digital 3D Version include:

  • Ability to click on web links in the Magazine
  • Share with family, friends, and colleagues
  • Read on a smart phone, tablet, or laptop
  • Download the entire magazine for offline reading

About New York for Seniors:

Created to keep NYC’s senior citizens updated and knowledgeable on key resources, health options, healthy living tips and lifestyle activities, that impact their lives, ‘New York for Seniors’ is a movement that galvanizes the community toward improving the quality of life for our NYC senior population.

For more information about the New York for Seniors initiative or if you have any questions regarding the new digital 3D version, send an email to

Special thanks to AlphaCare for their continued support of New York City’s senior population.

New York For Seniors Magazine Has Officially Launched!

Thursday, June 23rd , New York for Seniors celebrated its official launch of the New York for Seniors magazine. The magazine, which is now available for free by participating distributors throughout New York, was created in cooperation with AlphaCare, a New York-based senior healthcare distributor, and the Brooklyn Borough President’s senior initiative.

The press conference, which was held in Brooklyn Borough Hall, brought together seniors from varying New York-based senior centers with representatives from AlphaCare, the Brooklyn Borough Hall office, JIG Media, GrowNYC, and the Kings County Hospital Supplemental Food Program. The conference not only focused on the launch of New York for Seniors magazine, but also, on the current changes and progressions affecting the New York senior community.

This is a movement,” spoke Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, “The goal is to create an environment where seniors can have a good quality of life, and New York for Seniors supports that.

Along with Eric Adams, speeches were given from Assemblywoman Latrice Walker (of District 55), JIG Media CEO Vernon Jones, and JIG Media President Vernon Jones Jr. At the event, attendees were treated to delicious catering from Jacque catering, enjoyed live jazz music, and toured informational booths from GrowNYC,  Kings County Hospital Center Commodity Supplemental Food Program, and AlphaCare. The event featured press from News 12 Brooklyn.   

New York for Seniors magazine features original articles focusing on senior life, as well as exclusive pieces on high-profile New Yorkers. The current issue includes Q&A’s with Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, and the Department of Medicine Chairman at Brookdale Hospital, Dr. David Rose. Like, the magazine includes articles on activities, health, nutrition, and managed-care issues for seniors.

The magazine was created especially for seniors, with an easy print and format, and articles that are precise and to the point. The magazine also features contributions from seniors within the New York community.