August is Wellness Month and August 15th is Relaxation Day. Every day should be thought of as “Wellness Day”, but the truth is that caregivers rarely put themselves first. Sometimes our lives are so busy that we simply feel there is no time for extra steps for our own wellness. Perhaps you are someone who […]
Caring Connections of New Jersey and Pennsylvania is on a mission to educate family caregivers who are supporting our seniors on support for them and their loved ones.
Our vetted speakers bureau has a variety of topics fit for any audience over 65 years old. Whether it's services that are of no cost to a senior or the full scope of care, we can assist with whatever resource you need in your area.
We donate food monthly to the local food banks that assist our community seniors.
Resources for Caregivers
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Alzheimer's New Jersey
Bucks County Area Agency on Aging
Burlington County Office on Aging
Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey
Dementia Society of America
Mercer County’s Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC)
Mercer Street Friends
Middlesex County Office of Aging & Disabled Services
Monmouth County Office on Aging, Disabilities, and Veterans Services
NAMI New Jersey
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New Jersey Aging and Disability Resource Connection
Ocean County Office of Senior Services
Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services
When we think of bullying, many times we think of adolescents in middle school and high school. These “Mean Girls” or bullies make life impossible for the victim. There is another demographic that we need to bring attention to in this day and age which it may come to a surprise to you.Bullying is defined […]
May is Older Americans Month Every May, the Administration for Community Living leads our nation’s observance of Older Americans Month. This year the 2019 theme is Connect, Create, Contribute so we are encouraging older adults in New Jersey to: Connect with friends, family, and services that support participation. This will help you stay active in your community. […]