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Coalition of Advocates Seeks Solutions to Caregiver Workforce Shortage

“Jobs that Care.”“Make a Difference.”Those are the headlines emblazoned on social media posts, radio ads and the sides of NewJersey buses, as part of a new marketing campaign highlighting the emotional rewards ofworking in what’s known as the “direct-care workforce”. The ads were launched in recent weeks by the NJ Department of Human Services – […]

Reflection on the NJAAW Housing Series

A guest blog by William Cotrone, NJAAW intern As the global population continues to grow/age, appropriate housing for older adults is now more important than ever. Most of NJ’s current housing stock was built for young able-bodied adults and nuclear families. Currently, 30% of homeowners in the US are single and live alone. By 2030, […]