At PineRidge we firmly believe in person centered care. We strive to materialize what the residents need and work to accommodate their desires to the best of our abilities. During the summer season our PineRidge seniors like to receive a complementary Farmer’s Market Voucher. Last year, PineRidge seniors had to wait for transportation to pick […]
Wesley residents came together to celebrate Easter this past week.
Wesley by the Bay residents had spring fever this week!
Residents at Wesley by the Bay started a new exercise program in honor of Physical Awarness Month.
Our residents braved the snow to come celebrate the Irish holiday with the staff!
Some of our residents came out to enjoy a talk about Medication Safety.
Pine Ridge has always done great things for its residents and this year is no different. March was quite a busy month.
Pine Ridge and Montclair State University have had a great relationship for several years. In the past year there’s been so many great things brewing and happening at Pine Ridge. We are extremely happy about our volunteers from Montclair State and look forward to having a wonderful intergenerational semester.
The Monmouth Conservatory of Music Outreach Program presented an evening of Mozart and Bach in our Community Learning Center.
Lots to do!
Join us for our Senior Resources Information Fair Monthly!
Wellness is more than just physical health, and starting in April we are going to explore five different areas of wellness weekly; social, emotional, environmental, physical, and intellectual.
Her fingers glide across the keys, making that rare kind of music you hear with your ears but feel with your soul. She personifies the difference between ‘talented,’ and ‘gifted.’ Eve Knudsen, a resident of Francis Asbury Manor, is a gifted pianist. Born Evelyn Hancher in Manhattan in 1921, she grew up an only child […]
Long-term daily multivitamin supplement use may lower cataract risk in men, according to a study of nearly 15,000 male physicians published this month in Ophthalmology, the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Past observational studies have indicated a relationship between nutritional supplement use and eye health. However, randomized trial data on the effects of […]
Container gardens have long been used to add a spot of color by a front entrance or expand planting space in city lots, balconies and decks. Don’t let past experience and tradition limit your vision. Try one or more of these attractive, fun and functional ways to include containers in your landscape, large or small. […]
The Shores’ annual Couples’ Luncheon held on Valentine’s Day, brought 28 men and women an exquisite experience. Attention to even the slightest detail produced a perfect event. Town Hall became magically transformed into a fine restaurant with romantic ambiance. Tables boasted candles (battery operated, of course), white roses in heart shaped red bud vases for […]
Around the glistening wonder bent The blue walls of the firmament, No cloud above, no earth below, A universe of sky and snow!” ― John Greenleaf Whittier, Complete poetical works February was a universe of snow. Thanks to Superintendent Jim McGuinness, our building’s walkways were kept clean and safe for the residents. Residents and staff […]
The New Jersey Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board (NJFSAB), a corporative partnership advocating the installation and proper care of fire sprinkler systems as a highly effective means of helping save lives and property, asks New Jersey families to be especially vigilant against the dangers of residential fires during the coldest time of the year. According to […]
Is your elderly loved one feeling sad or blue? If so, they may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder, commonly referred to as SAD. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a form of depression that occurs during the winter months when the days are shorter and there is a chill in the air. The exact cause for […]