Why Moving Helps Seniors Cope with Losing a Spouse When coping with the loss of a spouse, seniors often aren’t sure where or how to begin. Unfortunately, research shows that many seniors who become widows or widowers become socially isolated and lonely. As a result, seniors put their health at risk because they develop depression and fail to take care of themselves. The research also shows that seniors who become depressed after the death […]
Dr. Edith Churchman sat with us to explain her take on what families need to consider when faced with the death of a loved one. She offers her unique perspective and information pertinent to families faced with this.
We are pleased to offer CEU classes certified by the NJ State Board. Classes will be held at our offices on Friday, November 11 from 8:00a.m. thru 5:00p allowing for seven total credits to be obtained. You MUST RSVP in order to attend, please call (973) 744-7101 and ask for Sonya. You can see more details and a schedule of available classes by clicking here.
While at the NFDA Convention, we met with Andy who is CEO of the National Alliance For Grieving Children who spoke with us about their organization and the great help they are to many families. He discusses in this video what they are all about and some of the programs they have to offer families.