Volunteer Makes and Donates Creative Cards to Parker

What can a high-energy corporate worker, with blossoming crafting skills, do to keep challenging herself? If you’re Shannon Downey of Piscataway, you find a way to use your craft-work to give back to your local community.

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The Impact of Older Voters in the 2016 Election

More topics unique to older voters must get more attention in the 2016 election.

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Why Keeping a Good Relationship With Your Doctor Is Key

‘Medicine is all about relationships’: A physician explains why it’s important to have a good relationship with your doctor.

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Building a Talented and Diverse Aging Services Workforce

One of the greatest challenges is the lack of momentum within the industry to promote aging services as an attractive and viable option for job seekers.

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A Day in the Life of Parker Day Club at Home

What does it take to succeed as a one-person show, in an adult day program that travels to senior housing developments in four local communities each week? Judging by the experience of Laurie Peters, program manager of the Parker’s Adult Day at Home Program, it takes a very outgoing personality with a lot of creativity, well-honed cooking skills, a whole bunch of energy, a genuine love of people, and a network of exceptional coworkers with diverse talents.

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