The SAGE Eldercare mission is to help older adults remain independent and living at home. Often, the biggest obstacle to that independence is the lack of public transportation.
SAGE is partnering with TransOptions to get feedback on a community plan that seeks public input to understand the transportation needs and priorities of older adults, veterans, low-income persons, and individuals with disabilities living in northern and central New Jersey.
The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority’s Regional Coordinated Human Services Transportation Plan will be discussed in a community planning session taking place 2:15 pm, September 27, at SAGE Eldercare, 290 Broad Street, Summit. The session is hosted by TransOptions, a non-profit transportation consultancy that delivers programs and services that improve mobility, the environment, and overall quality of life in northwest New Jersey.
“This fits well with SAGE Eldercare’s ongoing commitment to being the leading provider of programs and services to meet the changing needs of older adults, their families, and caregivers. Accessible and affordable transportation can have a significant impact on people,” said Executive Director Angela Sullivan.
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