Read the latest from our Program Director, Cynthia Bjorlie M.D.
Last month, to recognize Elder Abuse Awareness June, local organizations held rolling rallies through different towns. AFCNS staffers Kelly Beer, RN, and Lori-ann Giamanco did their part to encourage people to “Bee Kind.” Elder abuse has many forms, including physical, financial or emotional abuse, and may even be self-induced. It is oftentimes a silent and […]
Finally, the Covid-19 crisis is beginning to fade. We’re all beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel, and our team extends its sincerest condolences to those who have lost loves ones or otherwise suffered. Our team is working to develop a plan now that will determine how we adjust to this […]
AFCNS is in need of caregivers! Whether you are interested in providing short-term care (which usually spans about a week) or welcoming a client into your home as their full-time home care placement, we’d love to connect with you. All types of caregivers, regardless of the term of care, must provide their clients with: a […]
Summer activities are getting organized, and now is the time to think about booking a spot. Camps offer all sorts of activities, like arts and crafts, sports, outdoor games and more. We’ve put together a list of summer camps that offer programs for adults with special needs. As always, we are available to help you […]
This year, our AFCNS community came together with SeniorCare Inc. and Meals on Wheels to make Valentine’s Day a little bit brighter. We made hundreds of homemade Valentine’s Day cards, delivered them to seniors in Essex County and got so many smiles in return! We were all feeling the love.