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Have You or a Loved One Had a Stroke?


ELIZABETH, NJ - Trinitas Regional Medical Center has developed a free Stroke Support Group to provide a critical resource to the community at large. The group will focus on adjusting to life after surviving a stroke, caregiver survival tips, and strategies to prevent a recurrent stroke. This support group will be run by a team that consists of a dietitian, physical therapist, occupational therapists, speech therapist, physicians, and registered nurses specializing in acute stroke care. The first meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 3, from 5:30-6:30 PM. The group will meet at Trinitas’ Administrative Building located at 210 Williamson Street, Elizabeth, NJ in the Physicians Conference Room.

The Trinitas Stroke Program recently received certification from the Joint Commission. This new level of certification recognizes the significant resources in infrastructure, staff, and training that comprehensive stroke centers must have to provide state-of-the-art stroke care. Their staff of professionals provide excellent care and to all patients and family members who participate in this program. Participants in the program can expect to receive:

-Information to help prepare for the changes that happen because of a stroke.

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-Communication to help you cope with aphasia and difficulty in using language.  

-Stroke Prevention Services to support you in changing your way of life and reducing your risk of stroke.

-Advice on getting back to your daily routine and returning to your community to face the future.

-Care Giver Support which offers both medical advice and the invaluable opportunity to socialize with others in the same situation.

There will be free parking in the Trinitas parking garage for support group participants. To RSVP and for more information call Terry Finamore at (908) 994-8787. Dinner and refreshments will be provided for all participants.

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Information on Parking and Traffic for Saturday's 'March for Our Lives' Event

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UNION, NJ – It is anticipated that several hundred people or more will participate in the Union County March for Our Lives event on Saturday morning in Union.

Students, teachers, parents, clergy and public officials from all over Union County will be walking from Burnet Middle School to Town Hall in an anti-gun violence march.

Parking will be available in the following ...

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Cornerstone Physical Therapy Health and Wellness Center is now officering the latest technology in therapeutic pain relief with the introduction ...

Visit Union County’s Green Online Shop and Celebrate Earth Day with a New Compost Bin or Rain Barrel

March 23, 2018

Union County gardeners looking for a good Earth Day project can visit the new Union County Means Green online shop now and order a new compost bin or rain barrel at 50% off the retail price.

“Composting food scraps and harvesting rainwater are two effective ways to improve soil health and conserve water,” said Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados. “Offering these compost bins ...

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