CCNJ Celebrates 10 Years

CCNJ Celebrates 10 Years

Who would have thought that March of 2020 would be the start of such changes in our industry? From the way we care for our residents, clients, and patients to the way we do business with one another, everything came to a screeching halt back in March when they were...
CCNJ Kindness Crusade

CCNJ Kindness Crusade

We are on a mission to create societal change by teaching emotional awareness, empathy, community building, and most importantly, the development of a healthy self-image through the CCNJ Kindness Crusade. On February 14, 2020, CCNJ kicked off its first annual kindness...
Six Things to Look for When Visiting Your Aging Loved One This Season

Six Things to Look for When Visiting Your Aging Loved One This Season

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,...
Grieving the Living

Grieving the Living

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...

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