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Medication Management Tips for Seniors

Medication Management Tips for Seniors

It seems to Alice that each time she goes to the doctor she is given a new prescription for another ailment. At 85, she knows that she needs some of these pills but doubts she needs all of them. There are so many pill bottles on her counter now with differing doses, combinations and times… read more


Social and Cognitive Activity Benefits Aging Health

Social and Cognitive Activity Benefits Aging Health

Bob constantly amazes his friends with his quick wit and intellect. At 93, he still drives, plays bridge and attends concerts. Bob credits his active lifestyle and cognitive abilities to the word game that he loves. Nearly every day he sits in his favorite chair, picks up a pad of paper and pen, takes a… read more


In-Home Care vs. Assisted Living – Choice, Funding and Cost Comparison

In-Home Care vs. Assisted Living – Choice, Funding and Cost Comparison

Ann knows that she needs support at home for bathing, dressing, cooking, housework and keeping up with her medications, as her arthritis can make her immobile some days. Ann has also been extremely lonely since her husband passed away. She pays for a service to mow her lawn and shovel the snow but there is… read more


Green Hill Selected 2017 Post-Acute Partner for  Robert Wood Johnson/Barnabas Health

Green Hill Selected 2017 Post-Acute Partner for Robert Wood Johnson/Barnabas Health

  Green Hill Inc. has been selected as a 2017 Post-Acute Care Partner for Robert Wood Johnson/ Barnabas Health, a recognition limited to communities like Green Hill who provide excellent quality of care. Green Hill’s Five-Star quality of care is rooted in the principals of person-directed care that foster individual self-determination, and personal preferences in… read more


Pain & Palliative Care Now Available at Green Hill

Pain & Palliative Care Now Available at Green Hill

Green Hill Inc., a premier senior living community in West Orange, New Jersey announces its new Pain and Palliative Care consultant service, Always Think Comfort, and welcomes Dr. Fran Hoh to the Green Hill team. Palliative care is interdisciplinary care that focuses on improving quality of life for persons of any age and their families… read more


Sign of Stroke, Prevention and Rehabilitation

Sign of Stroke, Prevention and Rehabilitation

Sally woke up on the kitchen floor unable to move her right side. She was unable to call out for help, and it was hours before her daughter found her. The next thing she knew she was in a hospital. Sally was only 60 years old the day she learned that she had had a… read more


The Need for Caregiver Support

The Need for Caregiver Support

Supporting the Family Caregiver John is exhausted. He has a highly stressful career and a wife and three children to support. Each day, after on his return from work, he stops by his mother Shirley’s house to feed her dinner and help her get ready for bed. Then he heads home where his wife Barbara… read more


Independent Catered Summer  Move – In Special!

Independent Catered Summer Move – In Special!

Green Hill Inc. announces a Summer Move-In Special for Independent Catered Senior Living for seniors who want an independent lifestyle and more. 30% OFF 1st 6 Months up to a $10,000 savings. 1 & 2 bedroom suites (555-950 sq. ft.) All inclusive services including; 3 chef prepared meals daily with European dining and room service,… read more


June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

The Creation of the Alzheimer’s Association In 1980, the Alzheimer’s Association was founded by individuals and family caregivers who recognized the need for advocacy and research to fight the disease. President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in 1983. At the time, fewer than 2 million Americans had been diagnosed with the… read more