Register now for Mercer County Community College’s Camp College Summer Youth Camp.
Meet three sisters, ages 92, 90 and 89, Lena B., Rose J., and Lucy S., who feel very fortunate to be in good health, receiving the best care, and residing together on the campus of Greenwood House Senior Healthcare in Ewing Township.
More than 1,000 lucky children and 250 staff attended Liberty Lake Day Camp in summer 2020. With strict safety guidelines and a modified program, the fundamental essence of camp remained intact: kids, playing together, mentored by caring staff, outdoors.
Parents of soccer enthusiasts aged 7 to 14 need to mark their calendars now for the West Windsor-Plainsboro Soccer Association (WWPSA) week-long summer soccer camps.
The Ewing Recreation Department offers a summer day camp program for students entering kindergarten through 7th grade, plus counselor in training programs for 8th and 9th graders.
Here at Camp Mason, we say Camp Counts because for 120 years, we have welcomed campers to be a part of our caring, inclusive community where they are valued and can grow physically, emotionally, intellectually, morally and socially.
CareOne’s respite programs are designed with the needs of caregivers and their loved ones in mind. Services allow caregivers the time to attend to personal needs while their loved ones receive high-quality, uninterrupted care in a warm and supportive environment.
About 15 percent of Americans are currently age 65 and older, according to the U.S. Census. By 2060, that number is expected to jump to about 25 percent. So there’s a pressing need for geriatricians — physicians who care for older adults.
As part of its commitment to providing leading-edge care, Capital Health has announced the launch of its comprehensive, state-of-the-art Lung Center located at Capital Health Medical Center — Hopewell.
Isolation and subsequent loneliness are not new concerns when it comes to seniors. However, social distance protocols put in place as a response to COVID-19 have many families growing even more concerned about their loved ones and looking for options to keep them happy, healthy, and safe.
What began as a grass-roots effort by two community members to gather a few central New Jersey farms in 2004 has grown to become an integral part of hundreds of families’ lives in central Jersey each week.
At Saint Peter’s University Hospital, we salute our doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and other healthcare heroes who have been busy caring for patients with COVID-19.
The American College of Orgonomy’s most recent podcast features an extraordinary conversation between therapist Susan Marcel, D.O. and her psychotherapy mentor, Peter A. Crist, M.D. discussing a complicated patient she is treating.
Capital Health Primary Care – Bordentown, part of Capital Health Medical Group and a trusted provider of pediatric, adult, and geriatric care, has moved to a new location at 100 K. Johnson Boulevard N.
In the ever-changing and dynamic health care industry, Capital Health and its physicians continue to advance patient care, expand services, and remain a trusted health care provider.
New Jersey Prevention Network, working under the umbrella of NJ Department of Health’s Tobacco Free for a Healthy New Jersey, aims to create a comprehensive tobacco prevention, education, and cessation program throughout the state.
Hamilton Township is lucky to have three historic homes that are true gems for the community: Kuser Mansion, Sayen House and Gardens, and the Grafton House.
The three Mannino brothers — Marco, Maurizio, and Francesco — learned the hospitality business from their mother, Maria, and their father, Giovanni, who believed in treating everyone as family, a tradition still followed today at Villa Mannino.
Each summer, motivated high school students attend a Rider University Pre-College Program to explore their academic and artistic interests before declaring their intended major and pursuing a potential career.
Girls and boys of all ages, at varying skill levels and interests, get a chance to unleash their creativity and express themselves through the arts year-round at West Windsor Arts Center.
The Lewis School’s acclaimed research-based Academic Support and Enrichment for students who learn differently help many children avoid a “summer slide,” while keeping others tuned and ahead for the coming school year.
Step up to the plate. Shoot a few hoops. Kick a soccer ball. Make a splash in a super swimming pool. Lead a cheer. Kick up your heels in a dance class, create a painting, complete a crafts project and take a fun bus ride to our optional field trips.
Students in the Watershed Academy for High School Students learn about answers to some of today’s most pressing environmental issues as they engage in field research and participate in conservation projects.