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summer respite program
It’s still summer, it’s still hot and you’re still probably not able to cool off. We get it!
To thank you for all you do and to help you enjoy your summer a little bit more, we’re inviting hospital staff, case managers, social workers and all of our professional partners to please join Right at Home of Central New Jersey for a Healthcare Heroes Ice Cream Social at either of 2 locations next Tuesday, August 11, 2020. Our friends at Goldy’s Ice Cream Truck will be there to scoop some happiness into your day.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at 1 Robert Wood Johnson Place in New Brunswick from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EDT.
Saint Peter’s Healthcare System at 254 Easton Avenue in New Brunswick from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm.
We thank our care partners at Kindred Hospice, Caring Transitions and Advanced PMR for partnering with us on this fun event.
Please RSVP to Beth Sholom, Owner/Executive Director of Right at Home of Central New Jersey, at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you for an “ice-creaming” good time.
Thank you and stay safe!
This presentation will focus on apps that can assist students from kindergarten to 12th grade in dealing with anxiety in school and in functional settings. The presentation will highlight mobile technology that can help create schedules with detailed directions, support reading and writing for students with dyslexia and dysgraphia, assist with writing research papers, and programs that can support independent functioning in a community setting. Examples of what the apps can do and detailed directions in the form of task analysis for the more involved apps will be provided as part of the presentation.
Please join Right at Home of Central New Jersey for a “Virtual Smoothie Social” on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at 6:30 pm EDT hosted by Kristin Santizo, an independent consultant for Arbonne. Besides enjoying some healthy shakes and listening to great music, you can learn about Arbonne’s “30 Days to Healthy Living Program”.
Please RSVP by August 10, 2020 to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email, and HOME ADDRESS so that we can mail you your smoothie ingredients for the virtual event! We look forward to relaxing and rejuvenating with you!
Thank you and stay safe!!
“In these uncertain times“ is a phrase that has been thrown about so frequently during our struggles with managing and adapting to COVID-19 that it has become a cliché. Even so, the situation we find ourselves in is nothing if not uncertain, and nowhere is this more evident than the question of what school will be like for our children upon their intended return to the classroom after a five month absence.
While none of us truly know how it will be for our children when they return to school this fall , there are lessons that we can take from the experiences of children returning to school after other significant societal disruptions, such as after the 9/11 terrorist attack. In this talk, we will examine the long-term psychological experience of children during episodes of societal disruption, including factors that are associated with a higher degree of symptoms, as well as things that schools and others can do to try and ensure better outcomes. We will cover important concepts such as psychological first aid and other effective interventions that can support children who are struggling emotionally.
These may be uncertain times, but that does not mean that we have to enter them unprepared.
Please join us for our October meeting in Mercer County!
October 14, 2020
8:30 – 10:30 am.
2300 Hamilton Ave, Hamilton, NJ 08619
RSVP to Lisa@preferredcares.com