Seton Hall University student nurses recently spent the day at SAGE Eldercare as part of a community service program, interacting with clients from SAGE’s Spend-A-Day Adult Day Health Center and conducting physical assessments including, in part, checking vital signs and weight.

This is the fifth year SAGE has hosted a group of seniors from the University.  

“This program is so important because adult medical day care is still relatively new,” said Marilyn Campbell, SAGE’s Director of Nursing. “The goal of our program is to assist families and clients so they may remain living at home. The students are learning the unique role nurses play in this type of setting.”

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