The concept of “aging in place” appeals to many people as they strive to maintain their residence and independence despite evolving needs for supportive services during the natural course of aging. However, challenges persist, particularly for older adults residing in publicly subsidized senior housing.
A frank discussion on public health issues facing older citizens, from sexually transmitted diseases to COVID.
Karen Alexander of NJTIP@Rutgers explains how technology, other solutions can help older adults and those with disabilities
by Cecille de Laurentis MPP/MCRP ’20 A panel of experts hosted by the Bloustein School, the Rutgers School of Social Work, and AARP on “Building Healthy Communities for All Ages in New Jersey” addressed the projected increase in population for older age groups...
The delay in replenishing the state's Transportation Trust Fund for road and bridge repairs could make things worse, said Martin Robins, director emeritus of the Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers. Newsworks.org, April 29