Monthly Archives: August 2020

As you may know by now, earlier this week the New Jersey Department of Health issued new guidance related to the re-opening of licensed facilities. We have anxiously awaited such guidance and are grateful to receive this information. There are no fewer than 28 pages of rather granular and prescriptive directives on a multitude of …

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My Dear UMC Family and Friends, United Methodist Communities strives to be a place where all people can work, live and find fulfillment. Our board, residents and associates engage together to enhance and shape this culture. Recent events about race in our country call for us to recommit to this culture and deepen our understanding …

With people living longer than ever before, it’s time to examine how we can help them make the most of these years. People previously thought the elderly should be institutionalized – similar to those with mental health challenges – as opposed to people who can age within their own homes. The Baby Boomer generation, however, …

United Methodist Communities is pleased to announce the promotion of Roberta Voloshin to vice president of marketing and communications. In this role, effective immediately, Ms. Voloshin drives overall brand awareness and leads all strategic and integrated marketing and communications functions. She previously served as the corporate director of marketing for 14 years.  In addition to …

United Methodist Communities has a strong sense of community and an incredible bond with our residents, families and wider community. Watch how the United Methodist Communities’ family dealt with the coronavirus pandemic.      

There has been a barrage of changing and conflicting information about taxes lately. The passage of the SECURE Act in late 2019 and the more recent CARES Act have created significant issues that impact tax and estate planning for Older Americans. Of course, everybody has a different perspective and should discuss their personal situation with …

For those of us with elderly parents, supporting them through the loss of a spouse, family member, and close friend is an inevitable part of life. Your parent has supported you, comforted you, and guided you throughout your life, but that doesn’t mean they’ll never need support from you, especially when they lose someone close …