April, May, & June 2021 Virtual Lunch & Learn Series: Get Control of Your Life!
- April 20th: 12pm Protect Your Life: by Jason Marx, ESQ & Stacey Maines MSW, LSW
- May 18th: 12pm Declutter Your Life by Lisa Harris from Organize with Lisa
- June 15th: 12pm Sweeten Your Life by Heidi Gross from Autumn Years
Learn strategies and get advice from the experts on how to live your life to the fullest- by getting control of it. In this series, you will learn how to protect your life from a legal and care perspective, how to declutter your life, and how to sweeten your life with the many ways you can stay active and connected to your community after retirement. This program is free and is open to the community! Register today. http://bit.ly/getcontrolofyourlife
Tuesday, March, 30th at 12pm: Healthcare Advocacy Panel. Our Directer of Care Management, Stacey Padva Maines, MSW, LSW, will be joining Donna Occhipinti from Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, Kimberly A. Paton, Esq. fromThe Paton Law Firm, LLC and Jennifer van Dam from Care One at the Cupola to answer your questions about local healthcare resources. Register here: http://bit.ly/tasshealthcareadvocacy
Thursday, February 25th at 12:00pm: How to Have that Difficult Conversation Zoom Webinar Our Director of Care Management, Stacey Padva Maines, MSW, LSW and Laurie A. Hauptman, ESQ from Hauptman Law will be discussing strategies for talking to your loved ones about life care planning. Register at the link below. http://bit.ly/difficultstrategies
Wednesday, February 17th at 7:00pm: Working with Families to Create an Effective Care Team Placing a loved one in an assisted living community can be one of the most difficult decisions a family has to make. Stacey Maines from Generations Counseling & Care Management, LLC will be talking about how to create an effective care team to make that transition smoother. Register in advance for the Artis Senior Living coffee chat at the link below. https://lnkd.in/d5hHcYF.
CAREGIVER APPRECIATION WEEK SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Monday, Oct. 26th at 10:00 am Virtual Caregiver Support Group led by the NJ Elder Law Center at Goldberg Law Group. RSVP to Amy Nealy at email@example.com or register here: http://bit.ly/virtualcaregiversupport
Monday, Oct. 26th at 12:00 pm Understanding Memory Loss led by Alzheimer’s New Jersey RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or register here: http://bit.ly/alznjprogram1026
Tuesday, Oct. 27th at 12:00 pm Virtual Trivia with Prizes by the Bristal & led by Marlene Ceragno at the Kaplen JCC. RSVP to Marlene at email@example.com or register at http://bit.ly/caregivertrivia
Wednesday, Oct. 28th at 10 am: Virtual Chair Yoga led by Caring People RSVP to Camille at firstname.lastname@example.org or join at http://bit.ly/virtualchairyoga
Thursday, Oct. 29th at 2:00 pm: Senior Resource Panel: Ask the Experts. RSVP to Laura at email@example.com or register at http://bit.ly/seniorresourcepanel
Friday, Oct. 30th from 1-3 pm Trick or Treat Yourself: IN-PERSON EVENT with the Tenafly Senior Center at Oresko park in Tenafly. Featuring Rena Esposito’s Stress Relief for the Caregiver program and plenty of FREE giveaways! RSVP to Michelle at Mhausch@tenafly.net or 201-569-2159. Weather permitting. If we need to change to a virtual event due to weather, details will be emailed out.
7/29/20 We were thrilled to participate in the YWCA Northern New Jersey‘s YWomenVote series. YWCA CEO Helen Archontou and our Director of Care Management, Stacey Padva Maines, MSW, LSW, talked about services specific to the needs of seniors and their caregivers. They discussed the psychological impact for those caring for their loved ones, how to broach the subject of life care planning, and the financial aspects around finding quality care. You can watch the full video interview by clicking here.
7/20/20 Our president and CEO, Vicki Sherman Doueck, MSW, LCSW, ASWCM, was interviewed about the 35th anniversary of the Aging Life Care Association, the history of the organization, and the changes in the field of aging life care. Check out the interview here.
5/28/20 At Generations, we are passionate about community education. Our Director of Care Management, Stacey Padva Maines, was an expert panelist on an educational webinar hosted by the Elder Law Department at Mandelbaum Salsburg. The discussion was focused on all of the challenges that one is faced with while keeping your loved one at home during the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to hear the full panel discussion and learn more about care management.
5/16/20 Generations put together a “Name that Tune” virtual Zoom event for the members of a local senior center. Being able to see some of the seniors in our community virtually made it a very rewarding event. With so many of our seniors feeling isolated, we were happy to bring them something fun and interactive!
3/20/20 At the beginning of this Covid-19 crisis, it has become challenging to offer mental health services to our elderly and younger disabled clients. Many of our clients have experienced an exacerbation of anxiety and depression due to increased isolation and loneliness. In addition, we have family members who are also suffering greatly because they are not allowed to visit their loved ones in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Medicare has relaxed some of its rules about how these sessions can take place. We are able to provide telehealth psychotherapy services virtually for clients at this time. We have instituted this practice for most of our psychotherapy clients if they are comfortable with it.
We are a Medicare provider and accept most insurances with out of network benefits. Generations is happy to help during these difficult times. Please call (866) 353-3726 for further details on virtual psychotherapy sessions.
To our clients and families,
We know you share our concerns and questions about the COVID-19 virus. We wanted to take a moment to share some of our updated practices as well as how we are managing the day to day news updates. Our care managers in the field are using extra caution during home visits, using the following protocols:
- Washing or sanitizing hands before and upon entering a home as well as when we leave
- Using caution to avoid touching surfaces in homes.
- Maintaining distance from our clients and any other personnel or family members in homes
- Reviewing and prioritizing needs of visits and using alternate methods such as phone check in or FaceTime when needed
- Monitoring ourselves for any symptoms
- Limiting our own risk for exposure and practicing social distancing as much as possible
Despite this increased measures of caution, we are aware that we cannot guarantee that we have not been unknowingly exposed.
We understand that families depend upon Generations’ service to ensure that your family member’s health and mental health care needs are being met. We will continue to take our professional responsibility seriously while employing safe health care practices for all during these difficult times.
Please let us know if you have concerns about us visiting or any other questions we can answer. You can call the office at 201-845-7030.
As a public service Generations Counseling and Care Management, LLC offers an extensive line of presentations designed for the general public and non-professionals. If your organization or group would like to learn more about our community outreach program please contact Vicki Sherman Doueck at (201) 845-7030 extension 101.
SEMINARS FOR PROFESSIONALS
Generations Counseling and Care Management, LLC is pleased to offer its series of educational seminars designed for professionals working with senior adults, their families and the agencies and facilities that serve them. These seminars are led by the professional staff of Generations.
To find out about scheduled events please call the Generations office at 201-845-7030. Is your agency or company interested in scheduling a seminar or a panel? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.