The Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer civil rights organization in the country has announced that sixteen New Jersey healthcare facilities have been recognized by HRC as Leaders in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality in the HEI 2018 report. Criteria evaluated for the recognition included non-discrimination and staff training, patient… read more
Read all about what Green Hill has been up to in our Summer newsletter. This newsletter contains a wide variety of information such as; Garden State Equality Pledge signing, Upcoming Event Highlights, and a message from Donna Lazartic, President/ Executive Director of Green Hill and much more. Click here to print or read the Summer Green Hill News.
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
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
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
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
Anna noticed that her Dad was losing weight. It had been three months since her mother passed away. Although she stopped by to visit him at least four times a week and made him food that she put in his refrigerator, he didn’t seem to be eating it. His clothes were disheveled and she noticed… read more