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Register now for our FORUM

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AND RESOURCES THAT KEEP ON GIVING

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 – 9 am to 2:30 pm

SOUTH  BRUNSWICK  WELLNESS and SENIOR CENTER Route 522 W., Monmouth Junction, NJ

Central Jersey residents will Celebrate New Jersey’s 350th birthday and participate in on-going activities throughout the day.  We will honor our past, celebrate our successes and discover what it means to live in a creative Age Friendly, “Livable Community.”

  • Leave with gifts, a wealth of new knowledge, and awareness of legislation impacting you.
  • Gain current information about transportation, caregiving, wellness and healthy living.
  • Honor “South Brunswick’s Own” elders who have made the township the special place it is.
  • Meet those who continue to build on that foundation and enjoy a wide range of activities that encourage us to become part of South Brunswick’s history.
  • Bring or make a small item to place in the Time Capsule.
  • Find new information, who to turn to for answers and resources throughout New Jersey.
  • Participate in discussions, conversations with experts, and visit selected service providers.
  • Enjoy “Creative Caregiving for Healthy Living” hands-on creative expression workshops.
  • Meet Legislators who will explain their positions and answer questions re 3 vital issues affecting your safety. pocketbook, and quality of life. Be sure to meet and speak with Senator Linda Greenstein and Assemblywoman Donna Simon. They are our legislative Co-Chairs for the FORUM.

Free and open to the public!  Nutritious food will be available.  Transportation will be available for those registered with South Brunswick Transportation.

Pre-Register: AgingInPlaceAdvocate@verizon.net or Online by Clicking Here.

Questions? Contact: Jacque 732-305-7079 or Caryl 732-329-4000 X7212

This Aging in Place Partnership project is under the leadership of our South Brunswick Township Partners including: the Office on Aging, Volunteer Nurse Corps and Public Library; our Community Partners: A.R.T.S., Dayton Village Citizens Coalition, Eldercare Solutions,  HEALTH Inc., Middlesex Homes and South Brunswick Community Development Corp; with guidance and assistance from individual advocates, South Brunswick Health Department and representatives from the Rutgers School of Social Work and COPSA Geriatric Services-Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care.