Parker’s elders are quick to notice when Erika Relova drops a few pounds. Out of an almost parental concern, they will ask if she feels well, or if she has been eating right. That is when the fitness instructor talks about being a professional bodybuilder who is – as they say in the language of the sport – getting “stage lean.”
Parker Health Group, Inc. will extend its agreement with the City of New Brunswick to provide grant funding for the continuation of two vital programs aimed at enhancing the quality of life for City seniors.
Now that the COVID-19 vaccine has been administered to many of us in aging services, we need to consider what’s next. In his latest blog post, Parker President and CEO Roberto Muñiz discusses new tecnologies we have implemented to keep our Elders safe and healthy.
Receiving the COVID-19 vaccine was a great way for us to begin 2021 at Parker. I am grateful that the state recognized the dire need that long-term care organizations have for the vaccine, and that we have been among the first in the state to receive it.
Parker is participating in a new Rutgers University study called "NJ HEROES TOO", which is pulling together a number of health organizations in the region as partners to gain insight into how we can provide more COVID testing and awareness to low income, minority groups that might be at a disadvantage in our community.