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MEDIA ADVISORY: Seabrook Seniors Who Continually Make a Difference in the Lives of County's Needy to be Honored for their Commitment Tuesday, October 21, But shhhhhhh, it's a Surprise to them!

Oct 20, 2014

TINTON FALLS, NJ - In their continuing effort to help some of Monmouth County's needy families, approximately one dozen residents formed a partnership with the county non-profit Bridges at the Shore several years ago. Since that time, this group of exceptional ladies have made hundreds upon hundreds of sandwiches and lunches, collected tons of school supplies and toiletries and been there as a presence.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 21 at 10:30 a.m. , most of these residents will be given a surprise honor for their benevolent work as they each receive a New Jersey State Joint Senate/Assembly Resolution which...

Seabrook Executive Team Take The Plunge To Support ALS Research

Aug 23, 2014

TINTON FALLS, NJ - Challenge accepted! This past Friday, members of the Seabrook Executive Team took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and some residents helped them get their feet wet... and the rest of them as well. See exciting YouTube video here: http://tiny.cc/ocj0kx .

Last week, the Brooksby Village Retirement Community in Peabody, MA, another community developed and managed by Erickson Living, challenged the Seabrook leadership to become involved. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is sweeping the nation via social media as it raises awareness funding for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease). Another one...

Seabrook Residents Put Sandwiches Together For The Hungry In Monmouth County For Fourth Year In A Row

Aug 15, 2014

TINTON FALLS, NJ - In their continuing effort to help feed some of Monmouth County's hungry, some residents of the Seabrook active adult retirement community took to the kitchen for the fourth year in a row to make more than 100 sandwiches for the organization Bridges at the Shore , which will distribute them to the needy. See YouTube video of effort by clicking this link: http://tiny.cc/5d5mkx

Including today's total, more than 800 sandwiches have been made since this project first began at Seabrook. Approximately one dozen resident volunteers gathered in the kitchen of...

MEDIA ADVISORY: Seabrook Seniors to Achieve Milestone When They Create Sandwiches for Monmouth County's Hungry

Aug 14, 2014
TINTON FALLS, NJ - In their continuing effort to help feed some of Monmouth County's hungry, some residents of the Seabrook active adult retirement community will once again assemble sandwiches for the organization Bridges at the Shore at 10 a.m. tomorrow, August 15th. The group of compassionate and active ladies expect to surpass the 800 sandwich mark since they began this project three years ago. Each summer, approximately one dozen resident volunteers gather in the kitchen of the Princeton Restaurant at Seabrook to assemble the turkey and cheese sandwiches before placing them in paper bags, along with apples, bags of...

Seabrook Community Pitches in to Donate School Supplies

Aug 12, 2014
TINTON FALLS, NJ - The Seabrook community once again did its part to assist local students looking to get a good education by providing them with some tools of the trade. For approximately one month, residents and staff donated a variety of school supplies, including pens, pencils, notebooks, crayons and calculators to the United Way of Monmouth County. Baskets were setup throughout the community's clubhouses and items were dropped in by individuals who purchased the them for the benefit of Monmouth County students in need. More than $500 worth of supplies were collected for the students this year, which was...

MEDIA ADVISORY: Seabrook Published Authors to Gather at Author's Reception

Jun 4, 2014
TINTON FALLS, NJ - The Seabrook active continuing care retirement community is not only home to some 1,400 residents, but it is also a haven for published authors. On Friday, June 6, from 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. , six authors will gather for the Seabrook Author's Reception . The resident-authors will read passages from some of their books, talk about their writing processes and share ideas with members of the Seabrook community. Seabrook resident Carol Behrman, for example, has written 36 books in her lifetime, including educational text books, novels and histories. Mrs. Behrman is also working on her...

Seabrook Staffers Give Their Time to Help Hydrate Runners as Part of Ongoing Volunteerism to Community

May 28, 2014
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Some very special, and dedicated, members of the Seabrook staff, along with members of their family, played a crucial role in helping out at the recent Annual RunAPalooza, which raised benefitted the New Jersey Special Olympics. Because of their work, many runners stayed hydrated, continued and finished their races. The Seabrook Erickson Way Values Committee is a group of employees who regularly work to improve the community-at-large one project at a time. These individuals adhere to one of the important standards set forth by Seabrook's development company/manager Erickson Living---helping others when they can. Seabrook Senior Human...

Seabrook Community Collects Record Amount of Clothing for Lunch Break in Red Bank

May 10, 2014
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Seabrook residents love to help their friends and neighbors however they can. They regularly donate their time and talents helping a host of non-profit organizations by providing support for organizations such as the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, SPCA and the United Way of Monmouth County. In their latest endeavor, residents collected clothing to help Monmouth County residents looking to dress for success through a special program sponsored by a local non-profit aimed at helping those in need. In a one-day collection by the Seabrook community, approximately 1,000 bags of clothing went to Lunch Break,...

Continuing Care Residents Share Reading Gift With Children

Apr 7, 2014
TINTON FALLS, NJ - To help celebrate the importance of reading, Seabrook held a special event in conjunction with Dr. Seuss' Birthday. Residents in Continuing Care at Seabrook, the community's skilled nursing/assisted living facility, volunteered to read to some local children. Residents Alice Golden, Gertrude Lewis and Estelle Kraemer all read well-known Dr. Seuss stories to about 10 children. Seabrook also held a small party which was attended by about 20 additional residents, family and friends where they enjoyed snacks. Continuing Care at Seabrook hopes to hold similar programs like this again in the future. About Seabrook:  Seabrook...

Seabrook Continuing Care Community Receives 5-Star Rating

Mar 31, 2014
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Continuing Care at Seabrook received a 5-Star Rating from U.S. News & World Report for 2014 and voted a "Best Nursing Home" in the United States by the publication. Each year the state of New Jersey inspects nursing facilities and rates them based on various categories which are reported federally to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. Some of the categories include nurse staffing, quality measures and the annual Department of Health survey. Seabrook Executive Director Art Sparks said, "We are very pleased to be recognized for our continuing care community because it underscores Seabrook's commitment...