Aging In Place Partnership

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WELCOME

Welcome to Aging In Place Partnership, a nonprofit partnership of local government, community stakeholders, educators, businesses, concerned nonprofits and citizens of all ages who seek to achieve a creative, age-friendly “Livable Community.”

To realize AIPP’s mission, we work toward improving local transportation; maximizing social, cultural, recreational and educational resources for quality of life; promoting health, wellness and safety; and encouraging housing options that enable seniors to age in place. These priorities are what defines the model community for aging in place that AIPP is dedicated to growing in South Brunswick.

You can be a part of this by:

  • Subscribing to our email updates
  • Joining our organization for less than $25 a person (subsidized memberships available for those on restricted incomes)
  • Attending an event
  • Sponsoring an event
  • Commenting on the Aging in Place blog
  • Volunteer with AIPP to drive others or fulfill other needs
  • Donate to AIPP
  • Connecting with us on Facebook or Google +

Harnessing the expertise, experience and creative energies of the aging population is one of the keys to transforming a vulnerable community into a livable community.

Discover more about AIPP’s wide-ranging activities and events here. We look forward to hearing from you!

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
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Jacqueline E. Rubel, born in 1929 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, passed away at her home in Kendall Park, New Jersey, following a bout with cancer, on October 26, 2015. She is predeceased by her husband, Harry Rubel; and is survived by her three daughters, Kaaren Sydney, Debi Rubel and Sherry Rubel; as well as four grandchildren, Dameon Holmquist, Sean Maizler, Dylan Thomas and Jessica Stephenson.
 

Jacque was a natural leader, a courageous advocate, and an inspiration to many. She was an avid proponent of arts education, and served as Executive Director of the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission and Assistant Director of the NJ State Council on the Arts. She was instrumental in developing programs such as the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) camp in Griggstown, as well as statewide programs such as the NJ State Teen Arts Program and the Summer Arts Institute. In the last decade, she spearheaded the Aging in Place Partnership and was active with AIPP through her last days.

Jacque fought to create positive opportunities for teens, at-risk youth, and people of all ages. She touched and changed many people’s lives through her vision, her mentorship, and her friendship.

 

 

 

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Health, Wellness and Safety

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