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Governor Murphy Visits Middlesex Countys Covid-19 Vaccination 'Megasite'
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
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We applaud Governor Murphy for enacting a bill today that establishes certain requirements concerning the rights of LGBTQI and HIV positive residents of long-term care facilities.
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No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
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A list of NJ-specific resources to help caregivers protect loved ones in nursing homes and long-term care facilities
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AARP New Jersey has successfully advocated for the state’s more than 1 million unpaid family caregivers, including expanding support to those caring for loved ones exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19. 
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AARP New Jersey Applauds Governor Murphy for Enacting Additional Long-Term Care Reform BillsUrges New Jersey Legislature to Pass Remaining Bills to Protect Long-Term Care Residents and StaffStatement from AARP New Jersey State Director Stephanie HunsingerNEW BRUNSWICK (Oct. 23, 2020) – “We applaud Governor Murphy for enacting two bills today to reform long-term care facilities. In addition to the long-term care reform bills Governor Murphy signed last month, these significant pieces of legislation will help protect residents and staff in nursing homes and long-term care facilities in the Garden State.
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We applaud the New Jersey Legislature for passing three significant pieces of legislation today that will help protect residents and staff in nursing homes and long-term care facilities in the Garden State.
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We applaud Governor Murphy for enacting a package of bills today to reform long-term care facilities. These bills, the first of a larger package of legislative reforms making their way through the Legislature, make significant and necessary improvements to protect residents and staff at New Jersey nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
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(June 9, 2020) - Across New Jersey more than 1 million family caregivers help their parents, spouses and other loved ones - and we can expect COVID-19 to increase the number of individuals who are providing short-term or long-term care to an older loved one.
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On May 27, AARP New Jersey joined NJ Health Care Quality Institute’s webinar: "Telehealth Visit Best Practices for Caregivers and Older Adults.”
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