Reformed Church Home, a nonprofit skilled-nursing, rehabilitation and assisted-living community in Old Bridge, recently was named a winner in the 2015 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards competition.
Implementation of the EarlySense continuous monitoring system earned the home a certificate of merit in the Dignity Through Technology category, which recognizes long-term care communities that have harnessed technology to improve the level of dignity for their residents. Continuous, contact free monitoring of rehabilitation residents with the EarlySense System enables the clinical team at Reformed Church Home to provide care at the bedside before a potential adverse event occurs.
Such proactive care is a top priority for the facility, as it strives to reduce hospital re-admission rates for its residents, a key challenge for all rehabilitation centers.
For more information, call Andrea Walls at 732-607-9230 or log on to www.reformedchurchhome.org.
Wingstop has opened a new location on Shoppes Boulevard in North Brunswick.
Under the ownership of Vishesh Shah, the franchise offers a menu of traditional and boneless chicken wings as well as tenders sauced and tossed in 11 original flavors including mango habanero, lemon pepper, garlic parmesan and original hot.
For a limited time, guests can try Wingstop’s new Spicy Korean Q through the end of November.
The location at 789 Shoppes Blvd. is open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight.
To place call-ahead orders, call the restaurant at 732-640-2000. For more information on Wingstop and its menu, or to order online, visit www.wingstop.com., or visit facebook.com/Wingstop.