The Millstone Times February 2019


As We Age Get To Know Your Local Rehab &Nursing Facility By Eryn Giuliano delivers clinical excellence & a level of luxury unmatched in the area.

Allaire Rehab + Nursing is a Special Care Nursing Facility that provides world class Sub Acute Rehab in a beautifully renovated unit specially designed to give each and every patient the feeling of comfort and luxury. It is also the ONLY In-Patient Neurological Impairment Program for Young Adults in the State of New Jersey, which we call Horizon’s at Allaire. This program is through the New Jersey Medicaid program and offers intensive therapy on a long-term basis, individualized activities and where young adults will be around those their age. To clarify, young adults ages 18 through 59 will qualify should they meet the criteria detailed by the State and have an appropriate diagnosis; such as Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Brian Injury, Spinal Cord Injury for example. Our specially trained team of Neuro Patient Care Technician’s are making a world of difference when combined with the amazing nursing team at Allaire. Not only do we offer skilled nursing care, we will be providing all nurses and certified nursing assistants the opportunity to become a Certified Brain Injury Specialists. Horizon’s at Allaire is ever evolving with the activities and events being held both in and off site for these young adults. Our Director of Horizon’s, Victoria Smith, considers each of their interests and executes a fabulous array of fun, educational and invigorating activities throughout the year. 7 Days AWeek Therapy: • Post-Surgical RESORT-STYLE REHABILITATION I N T R O D U C I N G NEW! Another wonderful aspect to our building is our Computer Lab that was developed and managed by, Jonathan Klausner, a brain injury survivor! Not only can he relate to the young adults, he provides them all with adaptive equipment to ensure there is nothing holding them back from what they wish to accomplish. Being part of our Horizon’s at Allaire program, also includes the opportunity to complete their GED and move forward with college courses through Brookdale Community College! We would love the opportunity for you to tour Allaire, experience our young adult program and enjoy the positive and encouraging environment! Our hotel-like setting & ameniti s include: • Magnificent, Spacious Patient Suites • 12 Private Rooms • Large Flat Screen Smart TVs • Bluet ot Speakers • Sleeper Sofa, Desk & Refrigerator in Larger Suites • Concierge Service • Orthopedic • Respiratory • Cardiac • Neurological


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115 Dutch Lane Road, Freehold, NJ 07728 • 732.431.7420 •

Accepting most insurances including Horizon Medicare.

Registering with the Office / Senior Center is free and available to Monroe Township residents, 55 years of age and older. To access our activities from home, visit, and look for the “Office of Senior Services” link under “Departments” to access the calendar and newsletter as well as the Friendly Tidbits online. Art of Forgiveness: On Monday, March 4, at 10:30 a.m., Dr. Anna Kress discusses the health benefits of forgiveness and offers some practical ways to start letting go of resentment and guilt. Webber’s CATS: On Thursday, March 7, at 1:00 p.m., enjoy our “Afternoon of Broadway” with the viewing of Andrew LloydWebber's CATS, one of the longest running shows on stage. (Subtitles.) Blood Pressure: On Tuesday, March 12, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., keep your blood pressure in check with this free screening. Please be sure to set-up your appointment time early! Go GreenDance Party: On Friday, March 15, at 7:00 p.m., it is time to get “jiggy” at the Center! Wear a bit of green and join us for our free, evening event featuring DJ Frank and light refreshments. Guarantee you spot by registering early! About Handel: On Monday, March 18, and Tuesday, March 19, both at 1:30 p.m., join Thomas Elefant as he provides an in-depth

MONROE TOWNSHIP SENIOR CENTER 12 HALSEY REED ROAD MONROE TOWNSHIP, NJ 08831 609-448-7140 On an Exhibition: On Friday, March 29, at 2:00 p.m., join Maurice Mahler as he takes you on an “armchair exhibit” that features Claude Monet’s artwork. Learn about the stories behind each painting. examination of Handel, the composer, and his music’s tremendous popularity with the aristocracy as well as the ordinary folk. TED Talk: On Wednesday, March 20, at 10:30 a.m., join Ellie and get ready to discuss, “How to Make Stress Your Friend,” with Kelly McGonigal. 1970’s AcousticHits: OnMonday, March 25, at 2:00 p.m., we welcome Greg Aulden to our stage as he performs the classic hits from the 1970’s...and, 1980’s, too. Agents of Change: On Thursday, March 28, at 1:30 p.m., Jim DelGiudice explores a wide-ranging list of women in New Jersey history within the social context of their times.

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