The Benefits of Exercise for Patients with Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis

Exercise Is A Powerful Tool In Fighting Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Regular exercise has emerged as a powerful tool in managing the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Similar programs, including ballroom dancing and yoga, have shown remarkable benefits for individuals grappling with these conditions. Improved Balance, Coordination, and Gait Exercise programs … Read more

Celebrating Stevie’s Ethical Case Certification for Regional Ethics Committee

Stevie’s certification equips her with the knowledge and expertise to contribute meaningfully to these deliberations. Her dedication to upholding ethical standards and promoting resident-focused care aligns perfectly with the mission of RECs to ensure that decision-making is consistent with legal and ethical frameworks. Through her role in the REC, Stevie will provide essential guidance to … Read more

PRESS: Advocate for Nursing Home Residents Follows in Her Mother’s Footsteps

Stevie needed an internship at the time to supplement her coursework at Stockton University, where she was earning a degree in Gerontology and Advocacy. The position would also pay tribute to Stevie’s mother, a clinical public health nurse who retired in the 1960s and then became one of the original advocates for residents of skilled … Read more

Understanding Medicaid MLTSS in New Jersey: Challenges in the Application Process

1. Eligibility Criteria and Documentation: One of the primary challenges in the Medicaid MLTSS application process is meeting the eligibility criteria. The requirements vary based on factors such as income, assets, age, and disability status. Gathering and submitting the necessary documentation, such as financial records, tax returns, proof of citizenship, and medical reports, can be … Read more