A Family Affair
Betsey Ford-Ochs has always loved to run. It was a great way to work out, and as it turned out, good for stress relief, too. As she began the process of helping her parents transition into a nursing home back in 2018, that’s when she began running in earnest. “It’s…Read More
10 Years Running
Alzheimer’s and dementia are nothing new to Nicole Goodson, SGLC Director of Rehabilitation. When she was a graduate student, she did her thesis on Pick’s Disease, also known as frontotemporal dementia. At the time, her father-in-law was dying from it. “It’s heartbreaking to go through it,” said Nicole, and I…Read More
For the people who are passionate about helping others
It may have been 15 years ago, but Scott Brown remembers it as if it were yesterday. “My grandfather was fine one day, and then he started to forget things. It happened so quickly. All of a sudden, he couldn’t live by himself. His condition deteriorated and he needed care.”…Read More
For our mother
When Frank and Jayne Marascio hear about mom Josephine’s gardening activities and weekly circles, they are overcome with gratitude. Josephine Marascio is a third-year resident battling dementia, and it hasn’t always been easy. “My mother had been in two other places before finding her forever home here,” said Frank. “The…Read More
Team Naz: Helping Others Live Their Best Life
Dee Kassis used to be an avid runner. She’d run 5 miles a day until a back injury sidelined her years ago. Now she’s putting on her sneakers for a good cause: the Seashore Gardens 5K Run & Health Walk on Sunday, April 16, 2023. The Run & Walk is…Read More
“For the love of my residents”
Ask any resident at Seashore Gardens Living Center about Katrina Schnepp, and you’re sure to get a big smile. As Director of Social Services, Katrina is an integral part of their lives, and often considered part of their family as well. She has helped them celebrate joys and navigate sorrows.…Read More
“Because Betty Did”
Betty Rundio loved to walk. She’d walk in the predawn hours, before she went to work, carrying a flashlight to guide her way. She was a well-known sight in the neighborhood, often finishing before the school buses did their first pickups. Walking was a constant in Betty’s life, so it…Read More
Board of Seashore Gardens Living Center reaches agreement to sell home Seamless ownership transition for residents and staff planned with Atlas Healthcare Group
GALLOWAY TWP., NJ — The Board of Seashore Gardens Living Center announced today that an agreement has been reached to sell the home to Atlas Healthcare Group. The Board cited fiscal challenges, particularly the persistent and increasing gap between Medicaid reimbursement rates and the cost of caring for residents, as…Read More
The Elderly and the Holidays
Assisted Living residents at Seashore Gardens Living Center enjoy a special connection during the holiday season and year-round. With beloved traditions, festive food, and an abundance of family and friends, the holidays are filled with cherished memories. Yet when our loved ones reach a certain age, mobility issues and other…Read More
Centennial Celebration At 100 years young, Mary Peskoff is living in style.
The year was 1922. Warren G. Harding was president. Air conditioning and telephones were luxuries that not everyone could afford. It cost 7 cents to go to the movies. If you wanted a movie with sound, well, that didn’t exist yet. This was the world that welcomed Mary Peskoff (née…Read More
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The Simon & Sylvia Zisman Seashore Gardens Living Center is an independent, nonprofit home for the aged with over 100 years of service. Back in 1916 we started as a little house in Atlantic City, New Jersey. We’ve grown in services and location. Today we are on a 20 acre campus in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Come visit us today.
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