With the Community Engagement Program, NJ LTCO is engaging with residents to build community and amplify their voices.
A new public-facing dashboard aimed at helping residents make informed decisions when choosing a nursing home has been launched by the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH).
Ombudsman, Laurie Brewer shared her experience advocating for nursing home residents during the COVID-19 pandemic for an interview with the Long-Term Care Community Coalition.
Governor Murphy signed into law a new and comprehensive Bill of Rights for LGBTQI and HIV+ residents of long term care. It took effect in August 2021
LTCO advocates for the rights of residents of long-term care facilities and investigates allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation. LTCO is the voice of the state’s most vulnerable institutionalized elderly citizens.
You can help to improve the lives of elderly residents of long-term care facilities in your neighborhood. Volunteers receive 32 hours of free training. Classes are forming now.
LTCO Regional Ethics Committees provide much-needed education, conflict resolution, and ethical guidance to facilities and families when difficult decisions need to be made.
If you or someone you know:
The I Choose Home NJ Program may be able to help you move back into the community with low- or no-cost in-home services.
To see more webinars, please refer to our webinar library.
COVID Outbreaks & Boosters in the LTC Facilities An NJLTCO FACE NJ webinar with NJ DOH
Show Us the Money: How Nursing Homes Hide Profits While Claiming Losses and How This Impacts Resident Care