Sometimes we don’t see our parents or aging loved ones as much as we would like. Life gets in the way and our responsibilities pull us in many directions. We speak to mom or dad on the phone and they tell us everything is just fine. But is it? With the holidays here, take note […]
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.
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. Reach out to us to get connected to the information and support you need.
There are many risks to hiring a home health aide “under the table.” When a family member employs a home health aide in their home they become the employer. These risks can include fraud, abuse, neglect, exploitation, and many other concerns.
Resources for Caregivers
Click on a resource below to view more details about what services they provide.
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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
This is the season where we will reflect on for what we are thankful. Research shows that we should be in touch with our gratitude even when the leaves aren’t changing or when the air is crisp. So many studies have been done to show the benefits of feeling grateful. Sometimes all it takes to […]
Grief is described as deep sorrow, usually after someone dies. We’ve all lost loved ones at one point or another and the stages of emotions that people go through when grieving are those of denial, anger, guilt, depression and acceptance. These are not necessarily in order and may repeat during the bereavement process. What should […]