As part of research funded by the New Jersey State Policy Lab and in collaboration with the Office of University-Community Partnerships (OUCP), the team has been developing curriculum-based training for the Senior Connect Digital Divide project.
As part of its ongoing series “Aging in New Jersey,” NorthJersey.com and the USA Today Network New Jersey today examine how New Jersey seniors struggle to give up their car keys even when it's clear they no longer can drive safely — in a state that doesn’t make it...
This project aimed to foster multisectoral collaboration toward a dynamic, web-based age-friendly mapping tool for Bergen and Somerset Counties.
NJTIP@Rutgers’ hands-on training was challenged and had to change, expanding its programs to provide training not just in transit but also the skills necessary to use the remote tools that have become so necessary over the past year.
Karen Alexander of NJTIP@Rutgers explains how technology, other solutions can help older adults and those with disabilities
Although marriage decline is universal, African Americans show the steepest decline, which has important health implications.