New Jersey NADONA

New Jersey NADONA

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Mission Statement:

It is the charter of this association to promulgate and foster a network of Nurse Administrators and Assistant Directors of Nursing in long term care.

To that end, this association endeavors to provide education, communication and service to the members it serves.

Through the NADONA/LTC Code of Ethics, Constitution and Charter, this association will support and promote quality of care for those individuals receiving long term care, and concern for those delivering lon...

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Mission Statement:

It is the charter of this association to promulgate and foster a network of Nurse Administrators and Assistant Directors of Nursing in long term care.

To that end, this association endeavors to provide education, communication and service to the members it serves.

Through the NADONA/LTC Code of Ethics, Constitution and Charter, this association will support and promote quality of care for those individuals receiving long term care, and concern for those delivering long term care.

About NJADONA/LTC

According to our Articles of Incorporation, New Jersey Association of Directors of Nursing Administrators/ Long Term Care, (NJADONA/LTC), was established on October 2nd, 1985.  The association was established as a non-profit corporation organized and operated to promote the common interests of its members, including but not limited to unifying the nursing administrators of Long Term Care Facilities in the State of New Jersey; providing a more effective vehicle for the expression of the members views to state and federal legislators and regulators responsible for drafting legislation, regulation and standards of care affecting members; nursing homes and residents in nursing homes, promoting better communication of problems affecting members, providing educational information through seminars and otherwise engaging in such other and further activities as will serve the interests of its members.

At this time it was determined that the corporation would be managed by a Board of Trustees.  And the rest is history.

Today we are still governed by a hard working board of directors.
Our board of directors meets monthly in Princeton, New Jersey.  During meetings some topics discussed are seminar topics, annual convention planning, association business and legislation.

Our annual convention attracts over 275 Directors of Nursing, Assistant Directors of Nursing, Wellness Directors and Administrators, the decision makers in the facilities.  Our Convention is considered one of the most fun relaxing and worthwhile shows in the industry.

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  • Oh, the Places You'll Go!

    Posted Apr 5, 2017 by Kathryn Chambrovich

    To the NJADONA Board of Directors; Congratulations on an Excellent Conference!

  • NJADONA Morris, Sussex and Warren County meeting is Thur Dec 8th at the Publick House in Chester. Guest speaker is Dr Fiona Gupta who is a movement disorder specialist affiliated at Hackensack Medical Center. Email me at judiemcf@gmail.com for more information.

    Posted Nov 15, 2016 by Judie McFarland
  • If you are a DON or ADON in a LTC/SAR or AL in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, please send me your email to tpearson@bridgewayseniorcare.com to receive information about county meetings and NJADONA happenings! I am anxious to hear from you so we can all be in this together and share valuable info with each other!!! Email me soon!

    Posted Aug 15, 2016 by Teddi Pearson
  • Documentation for Part B therapy services

    Posted Feb 21, 2015 by Kathryn Reap

    What type and frequency of documentation is required from nurses for a resident in a LTC facility receiving Part B therapy services? I have numerous, conflicting responses from nurses, therapists, and our compliance consulting support firm.

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