Jewish Family Service of Central New Jersey (JFSCNJ) will be presenting “How to Bring a World of Remote Activities into Your Home” on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 @ 11 a.m. — noon, via Zoom. This free program will be led by Carlos Herrera, The Ross Family Virtual Senior Center — JFSCNJ Uniper Coordinator.

Uniper is a virtual senior center technology device that is connected to a client’s television set along with an accompanying camera. The technology allows clients to join live, interactive social activities and classes provided by Uniper and by Jewish Family Service of Central, NJ through programs developed by JFSCNJ’s Activity Coordinator, Lisa Tognola, LSW, CDP.

Clients are also able to explore a Video Library on a variety of topics, including travel, trivia, history, health and wellness, music and sports. In addition, clients can use the device to make video calls and send pictures to family, friends and healthcare professionals through Uniper’s HIPAA-compliant software. Grants have made the program available for free to residents of Union County, NJ. A private pay option is available.

Carlos Herrera a graduate of Kean University, is currently a Master of Public Administration candidate at Rutgers University — Newark. Before assuming the position of Coordinator of the Ross Family Virtual Senior Center at JFSCNJ, he served as the Assistant Project Manager of Lifelong Elizabeth, an age-friendly community initiative aiming at making Elizabeth, NJ a place to grow up and grow older.

The program is funded by the Lavy House Senior Resource Center and the Standish Foundation. All those who register and attend, will be entered for a chance to win a $25 Gift Card to Starbucks.

Contact: info@jfscentralnj.org, or call 908-352-8375, to register for this program and receive your Zoom invitation. You will be sent you Zoom invitation the morning of the event.