The Grand Opening celebration of Arbor Terrace Shrewsbury was a night full of fun, games, friends, and good times. With more than 150 people in attendance, the energy was palpable, and we couldn’t think of a better way to reintroduce our community. Outside of the amazing community support, Arbor Company leaders Judd, Alyssa, Angel, and Sandy attended the celebration as well.
The party will be a fun, "Down the Shore" theme. We’re transforming our community into all of the Shore’s best destinations: Cape May, Seaside, Wildwood, Atlantic City, Ocean City and Asbury Park. Get ready to play fun games, enjoy live entertainment, eat some great food, sip on tasty drinks and meet lots of people! You're sure to have a great time "down the shore" and you'll get to see and learn about this Arbor Terrace community for yourself.
If nationwide statistics hold true, about 10 percent of the nearly 5,000 senior citizens in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, have Alzheimer’s or another form of age-related dementia. Many of them have family caregivers who are trying to figure out whether memory care in Tinton Falls is right for their loved one.
Love Wins is a half-hour documentary that tells the story of two women, Emily Sonnessa, 85, and Janice Moore, 80, who met and fell in love during a time when it was strictly taboo. While remaining “in the closet,” Emily and Jan raised three children in suburban New Jersey.
About two-thirds of New Jerseyans know someone who has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, and many will turn to dementia care at some point to ensure that their loved one gets the care and support that he or she needs.
Memory care has the power to improve the quality of life of seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia; the key is finding a memory care facility in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, that emphasizes individualized care, socialization and maintaining the functional ability of residents.
Most families in Tinton Falls use a combination of dementia care options to meet the changing needs of a loved one as dementia progresses. Family members might provide the bulk of care early on. Later, as care needs become more advanced, family caregivers often look for a long-term dementia care provider.