The National Placement and Referral Alliance (NPRA) is proud to announce the establishment of its latest chapter in New Jersey, dedicated to serving as a vital resource for families and their aging loved ones in navigating the intricate senior placement industry. This new chapter, NPRA New Jersey, is committed to sharing knowledge, expertise, and providing senior living options to assist families in making the best possible choices for their senior adults.

NPRA New Jersey is poised to bring significant benefits to consumers in the Garden State by safeguarding their interests and offering a broader spectrum of family choices in the senior living arena. Furthermore, the senior placement industry in New Jersey will gain valuable access to standards and best practices, enhancing the quality of care provided to its senior citizens. The chapter will also actively engage in legislative efforts aimed at protecting the industry and advocating for laws that promote consumer welfare.

“I am excited that we have established a new chapter composed of many local leaders and affiliates in the NJ senior placement industry. Our goal is to continue to provide an elevated professionalism and quality of service to the families we are working with. The new chapter gives us further support and structure to further advocate for our profession and the families we serve,” stated Eric Moore of Assisted Living Locators and Chapter Co-President.

“In an era where the senior care landscape is continually evolving, NPRA New Jersey stands as a beacon of support for families seeking guidance and senior living solutions. By joining forces with like-minded professionals and organizations, NPRA New Jersey aims to ensure that seniors and their families across New Jersey receive the utmost attention, and resources they deserve,” explained Co-President David Stamberg, of Senior Care Authority who operates a Senior Care Authority location in Northern and Central New Jersey.

NPRA New Jersey has commenced its operations with a strong foundation, boasting 18 dedicated founding members. The chapter is open to all individuals within the senior care industry, primarily placement associates, but also welcomes non-placement advisors who share NPRA’s mission and vision. Founding members include David Stamberg, Senior Care Authority, Chapter Co-President; Eric Moore, Assisted Living Locators, Chapter Co-President; Rashonda Ambrose, Oasis Senior Advisors; Patricia Donnelly, Assisted Living Locators; Richard Lanning, Assisted Living Locators; Jodie Lewis-Smith, Care Patrol; Ava McIver, Care Patrol; Ellie Miller, Senior Care Authority; Jessica Picinich, Gratitude Senior Living Solutions; Connie Pizarro, Oasis Senior Advisors; Connie Roberson, Oasis Senior Advisors; Dan Salomone, Senior Care Authority; Tonya Williams, Sisters Helping Seniors; Jorge Mandanas*, Silver Home Transitions; Melissa Nichols*, Heath Village; Megan Tierney*, Sunrise Senior Living of Madison; David Petroski*, Grandma Joan. *=Affiliate Members (non-placement professionals)

To learn more about NPRA New Jersey or to inquire about membership, please visit npralliance.org or contact David Stamberg or Eric Moore, Chapter Presidents, dav[emailprotected] or [emailprotected]

About the National Placement and Referral Alliance (NPRA):

The National Placement and Referral Alliance (NPRA) is a nationwide organization committed to advancing the senior placement and referral industry’s professionalism and ethical standards. NPRA provides a platform for collaboration, education, and advocacy for senior care advisors and placement specialists. With chapters across the United States, NPRA connects professionals and organizations dedicated to enhancing the lives of senior citizens and their families.

Media Contact: David Stamberg, Senior Care Authority

(201) 564-7997 – [emailprotected]

Senior Care Authority

755 Baywood Drive
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