Nick was my father’s first cousin and he was kind and he was generous. He would come to my grandmother’s house (his Aunt Laura) in Brooklyn on Sundays when we went to visit. Sometimes his parents would come visit as well. We saw him when we were small through our late teens and maybe even […]
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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New Jersey Aging and Disability Resource Connection
Ocean County Office of Senior Services
Middlesex County Office of Aging & Disabled Services
Mercer County’s Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC)
Burlington County Office on Aging
Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services
Alzheimer's New Jersey
Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey
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Bucks County Area Agency on Aging
Monmouth County Office on Aging, Disabilities, and Veterans Services
Mercer Street Friends
Dementia Society of America
Valentine’s Day is a little over a month away and I am lucky enough to be surrounded by so much love in my life. Love from my husband and children, other family members, my friends, even my colleagues. Traditional spouses are planning to buy chocolate and flowers for their loves for Valentine’s Day. More modern […]
Social situations vary from family to family. These situations can contribute to the social, physical and psychological issues in aging adults and ultimately lead to serious health problems if they are not addressed. Some things that can directly impact the physical and mental health of seniors are as follows: The loss of a spouse-When a […]
Understanding and Responding to Dementia Related Behaviors-Effective Ways to Detect and Connect
Please join us for a consumer education program at Brandywine at Pennington on 2/27 from 6:30-8:00. Register by 2/26 to 800-272-3900.
Money Smart for Older Adults: How to Avoid Fraud & Scams
*This program is free, but registration is requiredLight dinner will be served.To RSVP, call 732-568-1155, email@example.comPresented by Bermie Soka, MoneyCare Financial, LLC
Healthy Aging Tips for Body & Brain
Please join Greenwood House for a Lunch and Learn at Congregation Beth Chaim on March 27th, 2019 at 12:30pm. Mary Anne Ross, of Alzheimer’s New Jersey, will discuss the latest research on how lifestyle affects our physical & cognitive health and incorporating healthy habits into your daily routine. Register Now!RSVP to DSobel@GreenwoodHouse.org