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May 15, 2020 in News

The Battle Against Coronavirus: Lessons Learned from World War II

You may think the coronavirus created a “new normal,” but we’ve seen this all before. Those of us who weathered World War II know a thing or two about surviving a global crisis. These are some of the lessons learned from World War II. We were born in the midst…
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May 12, 2020 in News

Why Exercise Could Be Our Best Defense Against Alzheimer’s

We know it’s important to exercise. Now we have one more important reason to get moving. As we attempt to navigate safe and effective ways to not only survive but thrive during the current COVID-19 pandemic, there’s one thing that we can do to protect our brain health: exercise. Aerobic…
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April 29, 2020 in News

A Message from Executive Director Alysia Price

As of today, Wednesday, 4/29/20, our residents are doing well. However, this week we have sent two notifications to our main emergency contacts, residents and staff. Notifications are made if either a resident or staff member is under suspicion or diagnosed positive with the virus. We communicated and received guidance from the Atlantic…
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April 19, 2020 in News

Alzheimer’s in a Coronavirus World

It’s tough enough dealing with a pandemic. But for those with dementia, it’s truly unsettling. How can caregivers keep their loved ones safe while coping with the additional stress? Life before the coronavirus presented its share of challenges for caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s and dementia.  Dealing with a loved…
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March 16, 2020 in News

The Dementia Prevention Diet: What to Eat and What to Avoid to Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

There’s no magic pill to prevent dementia. But there is a diet that could help to slow cognitive decline. It’s known as the MIND Diet, which is short for the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neuro-degenerative Delay. Experts believe that the MIND dementia prevention diet may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s…
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March 10, 2020 in News

A Message from Executive Director Alysia Price

We know that you may be concerned about the coronavirus and how it may impact us here at Seashore Gardens Living Center. Protecting your loved one’s health and safety is our highest priority, and I wanted to share the latest information.   At this time, we do not have any…
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February 27, 2020 in News

Is It Forgetfulness or Is It Alzheimer’s? 10 Early Signs of Alzheimer’s Dementia

As we age, it is not uncommon to have ‘senior moments.’ Anyone who has ever forgotten where they left their keys or failed to remember the name of an old friend knows this feeling. But sometimes this forgetfulness can be a sign of something more serious, such as Alzheimer’s dementia.Alzheimer's…
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January 22, 2020 in News

The Changing Face of Aging in Assisted Living

Howard and Shirley Bernstein speak about the changing face of aging in a modern world. They are residents of Seashore Gardens Living Center's Assisted Living. The Bernstein's are long time board members and supporters of Seashore Gardens Foundation and Living Center. Elder living can be full of technology and activities.In…
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January 7, 2020 in News

Socks and Slipper donation for Seniors

Dylan Krawiec, a freshman at Cedar Creek High School, celebrated his fifteenth birthday on Monday, Dec. 30, 2019, by orchestrating a slipper donation of more than 500 pairs of socks and slippers to residents at Seashore Gardens Living Center (SGLC).His community service project, “Socks and Slippers for Seniors,” was inspired…
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December 30, 2019 in Testimonial

Reflections of a Seashore Gardens Living Center Client

Testimonial by Walt Murphy I never thought I’d need assistance. (What the heck, I’m only 82.) But my adult children did notice. They noticed a subtle decline in my alertness, and my memory. Issues with my balance caused me to have a serious fall, face-first into the pavement on my…
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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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