THE REGENCY Memory Care CLUB Celebrates a Grand re-opening WHAT: Toms River-based The Regency Club will celebrate a Grand Re-Opening on Wednesday, July 10 from 5:30-7:30pm. Our club has been helping seniors with memory loss ‘make the most of every day’ for 11 years, and we are very proud to be expanding our location to […]
WHAT: Toms River-based The Regency Club will celebrate its member, Josephine Ricciardi’s 100th birthday with a celebration filled with live entertainment and refreshments for members, friends and family. Born on June 17, 1919, Josephine is mother to 5 children, with 9 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. Media is invited to attend this memorable event. […]
Memory care is an essential service for seniors who have been diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s, leading to improved outcomes and higher quality of life. Did you know that there are vast differences in the type and quality of memory care options available in New Jersey? Some things you can expect from Memory Care Services […]
If you have a loved one suffering from forgetfulness, Alzheimer’s or dementia, you know that it can have an isolating effect on them. However, it doesn’t have to such a negative and all-encompassing effect on their life. With the stimulation, activity and socialization received from memory care in Paramus, NJ, loved ones will actually experience […]
The Regency Memory Care Club, a memory care social day club designed with the specific purpose of caring for those with memory impairment from Alzheimer’s to Dementia, opened its second location in New Jersey, in River Edge. The grand opening kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony with River Edge Mayor Sandy Moscaritolo.
RIVER EDGE, N.J. — The Regency Memory Care Club held a ribbon-cutting grand opening celebration in River Edge. The facility on eastbound Route 4 helps those with Alzheimer’s and dementia enjoy their lives. Regency says it uses innovative techniques and approaches “to create a place where members receive quality memory care but, more importantly, can […]
In May 2015, one of our very own members, Mr. Charles Bloodgood, was awarded a Purple Heart. In 1953, during the Korean War, U.S. Corporal Charles Bloodgood was badly wounded from a mortar fragment that tore into his left hip, and was taken to a nearby army hospital. While laying in the hospital bed, a […]