Judy Rivera named Chelsea Hero; Nurses week; Maple Pointe wins more NYSCAL awards.
Chelsea Senior Living Newsletter
Our monthly newsletter, Chelsea People, focuses on the great stories that live inside our communities-- residents whose past and present lives have made a difference; staff members whose extraordinary professionalism makes life better for residents and coworkers; public events, speakers, entertainers and fundraisers that enrich our residents and our communities. Our residents, our families and our employees are all Chelsea People!
Mt. Bethel achieves COHORT 2 status; Centennial birthdays; New EDs Tim Braen and Diane Dwulet
Warren launches NJ Horticultural Therapy Week; Vivian Eghan is first HSD in training; Sylvia Davis’ 106th birthday.
Brick’s Judy Rivera nominated for Argentum Hero Award; You Make a Difference Program launched; Residents Paul Flohn and Ann Reeves profiled.
Warren Independent Living almost finished in time for March opening; Resident poet Eleanor Scott at Chelsea at Brookfield; Centennial birthdays Nancy Gigli and Zelda Shinderman.
Holiday edition; SG raises $8500 in Chinese Auction; Paul Gedbaw hired as Regional Ops Director; first wellness newsletter.
Maple Pointe raises $15,000 for breast cancer; Fanwood wins Chelsea Cup
Chelsea Golf Outing nets $25,000 in donations; Solana Marlboro grand opening; new Lifestyles program unveiled.
Assisted Living Week contests for employees; t-shirt design winner Gertrude Scocozza; thanks to our marketing team; Solana Marlboro grand opening Oct. 15.
The Chelsea at East Brunswick wins Best Assisted Living Week Program; Ashley Scalzo, Charlie Larobis and Cindi Halkola named among “20 To Watch” in Assisted Living;