GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Seashore Gardens Living Center has begun an intergenerational program, Opening Minds Through Art, that is funded via a grant from the Association of Jewish Aging Services. Seashore Gardens residents with dementia are paired with occupational therapy students from Stockton University to create art while building meaningful one-on-one relationships.

The Simon & Sylvia Zisman Seashore Gardens Living Center is a nonprofit home for the aged, guided by Jewish tradition, law and charity, dedicated to enriching the quality of life for its residents. The 125,000 square foot senior Living Center features a continuum of services which include assisted living, short and long term nursing care, Alzheimer’s care, respite care and full rehabilitation services, all under one roof. For more information, see

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