South Brunswick Office on Aging receives donation of laptops

Pictured are Operations Assistant Darleen Nelson, Grants Administrator Pauline Vaccaro, volunteer David Sullivan, Director of Program Development Mark Odenwelder, Social Worker Dawn Neglia, Director of Social Services Jeanne Wert, Director of Office on Aging Caryl Greenberg, and Homeowner Sustainability Coordinator Rich Cooke.PHOTO COURTESY OF PAULINE VACCARO
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Pictured are Operations Assistant Darleen Nelson, Grants Administrator Pauline Vaccaro, volunteer David Sullivan, Director of Program Development Mark Odenwelder, Social Worker Dawn Neglia, Director of Social Services Jeanne Wert, Director of Office on Aging Caryl Greenberg, and Homeowner Sustainability Coordinator Rich Cooke.PHOTO COURTESY OF PAULINE VACCARO

Morris Habitat for Humanity recently partnered with the South Brunswick Office on Aging and donated laptops.

Morris Habitat for Humanity recently expanded their service area to include Middlesex County. Among many services they offer is an Aging in Place Program that works on keeping older adults in their homes.

Dawn Neglia and Jeanne Wert identified needy residents in town who will receive this technology.

To learn more visit www.morrishabitat.org/