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Business Networking Event Held at CareOne at Livingston Assisted Living

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Credits: Cheryl O'Brien
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Credits: Cheryl O'Brien
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LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with CareOne at Livingston Assisted Living sponsored a networking event titled, “Harvestfest,” at the CareOne center on Nov. 20.

Participants were given the opportunity to network with other local businesses. Dinner and beverages were available as well.

Executive Director and Regional Director of CareOne Michael Daichman said, “We’ve done a lot of events with the chamber. It is always important to be local, stay local and know local.”

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“It’s all about supporting each other and being a part of the community,” said Daichman.

Several members of the Livingston Chamber were in attendance including Board President Monte Ehrenkranz, who is also the vice president of business development for Regal Bank.

Deborah Edwards, community liaison for Clarendon Adult Day Center was in attendance and said, “I think CareOne’s events are always first class and done in complete excellent taste.”

CareOne will be hosting a "Pumpkin-tini Mixer" on Tuesday, Nov. 25 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at CareOne Versailles, 76 Passaic Ave, Livingston.

CareOne at Livingston will be expanding its dementia programming and adding units to their middle to late stage dementia program, Versailles.

The general public is invited to attend this event to learn more about the expert program and extensive clinical capabilities of this location.  Attendees will also learn about instruction incentives that are running through the end of the year.

To RSVP call (973) 758-4100

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