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Senior Care Road Trips: Visiting Colonial Williamsburg with Your Seniors

Jun 19, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Summertime is for road trips but just because you want to plan a warm weather adventure with your elderly parents does not mean that you have to break out the lawn chairs for yet another weekend at the beach or visit to the lake house. Instead, try something different that will stimulate your minds, create lasting memories, and nurture a lifelong love of learning with a history-focused visit to Colonial Williamsburg. Read Article

NOW HIRING a Human Resources Recruiter

Jun 12, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Comfort Keepers is looking for a HR Recruiter to work in our Robbinsville office. This is a full time, internal position. A new graduate with a HR degree or someone with a few years experience in the HR field would be a perfect fit for this position. Position available immediately. Read Article

Senior Care Recipes: Satisfying Meat-Free Mushroom Tacos

Jun 12, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

The "Meatless Mondays" concept has become a popular way for families to reduce the amount of meat they consume, improving their health and saving on their grocery budget. There are many creative ways you can integrate this concept into your senior care plan while still serving satisfying meals for your aging loved ones, particularly during the summer months when the heat and humidity make most appetites turn toward lighter foods. Read Article

Visit our Toms River Location

Jun 10, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Our new Toms River office is an inviting and comfortable place-- featuring our little coffee station and our book exchange cart. Stop in anytime! Ask us questions about home care, apply to be a Comfort Keeper, or just come have some coffee with us! Read Article

Toms River Senior Center Health Fair

Jun 10, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Check out our photos from the Senior Health Fair we attended a few weeks ago at the Toms River Senior Center. Read Article

Tips for Helping Seniors Fight Loneliness

Jun 5, 2015 by Anonymous

As a person ages, they often have to give up things they enjoy. Along with no longer being able to drive and get out on their own to enjoy an independent life, seniors also face retirement, the death of friends and family members, and more issues that isolate them from their past life. For those who provide senior care, they are tasked with the role of ensuring seniors do not become too lonely or bored in their new situation. Read Article

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