The ElderReach Story 

Videographer Dave Clarke 

talks to ElderReach 

Founder & President Pam Hurt

  ElderReach, Inc.

A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation

"Mr. Rogers for Elderly Folks!"

​Creating Quality Video Entertainment

for the Elderly


Click on this picture of

Daisy the Dog

to watch a 4-minute

segment from our

upcoming show, "Let's Eat!"

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The scourge of old age is loneliness...

We exist to serve "the isolated elderly" and their caregivers, by offering an alternative to commercial TV.

As a pioneer in new ways to connect  with our oldest citizens, ElderReach uses online and DVD media to deliver original entertainment and enrichment that is positive, loving, engaging, and hopeful.  

Our shows can be enjoyed by elders living at home or with relatives, and those in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.  Also, our programs can be used by recreation staff and home healthcare professionals as a way to connect and interact with their residents and clients.  

Our Mission

NEW!  Click on the picture to view

a segment from our upcoming

program, "Let's Eat!"  


Just click on the picture to watch a program now!


Pilot Episode: "Our Time Together"

Episode 2: "Goodnight, My Friends"

Unlike commercial TV, our videos are produced especially for an elderly audience, with beautiful images, direct eye contact, and gentle talk. We believe this creates programs comforting to elders and helpful to caregivers.

​All our shows--

  • Content and pacing designed specifically for the elderly--friendly, positive, loving!

  • DVDs and online programs

  • Appropriate for use in institutional settings, in homes, or by individual care-givers


The ElderReach Story in Pictures


Music is at the heart of our programs!

It has the power to enliven, soothe,

and comfort. 

Music can stir memories...and

connect people!

The musicians who volunteer their time and talent to perform on our shows are key to our mission's success!  

ElderReach is thrilled to be have begun working with a very special group of high school students--

members of the Treble Choir in

Woodbury, CT

and their director, Amy Perras.