NJ Aging and Disability Resource Connection

Thursday, September 3, 2015

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New Jersey Aging and Disability Resource Connection

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Diabetes Self-Management Program

Mercer County: Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st. To register contact Megan Kirschner at 609-637-4914 or megan.kirschner@uwgmc.org
Oct. 14 – Nov. 18. Time: 1:00 – 3:30 PM. To register contact
Shirley Roberts at sroberts@rwjuhh.edu  or Billie O’Donnell at modonnel@rwjuhh.edu  

Monmouth County: Sep. 16 – Oct. 21. To register contact Janet Knoth, 732-238-5570 x2062

Union County: Sep. 16 – Oct. 21. To register contact Karen Hale, 732-238-5570 x2032 or khale@hqsi.org   
Sep. 17 – Oct. 22. To register contact Karen Hale,
732-238-5570 x2032 or khale@hqsi.org  

Preventing Post-Disaster Financial Exploitation
Free On Site Training

Simple precautions that can protect vulnerable adults and their property and assets. You’ll also learn where to report financial exploitation and get help when someone is victimized.
See the flyer for more infomation.

To schedule a no-cost training for your organization, contact: 
Julissa Vizcaino 848-932-0510 jvizcaino@ssw.rutgers.edu 

  • About Us: ADRC provides information and assistance to older persons, adults with physical disabilities, caregivers and professionals looking for services or programs.                                                                                                                  
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  • Services and Providers includes services, facilities, products and providers that can assist you with your needs. For an alphabetical listing of service providers Click Here.
  • Contact Local Agencies lists contact information for the County ADRC, County Welfare Agencies, Local Counties and Municipalities, County Health Departments, Medical Assistance Customer Centers, Centers for Independent Living, Offices of Disabilities, and the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP), which provides help with Medicare issues. 
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Emergency Links

      The designated website for Super Storm Sandy Information is NJ211, but below you will find some helpful links and information


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