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On May 9, 2019, members of the Rothkoff Law team including Jerry Rothkoff, Bryan Adler, Roxanne Crowley, Kaitlin Dirxx, and Chelsea Ganssle traveled to Washington, DC to attend the Center for Medicare Advocacy’s sixth annual National Voices of Medicare Summit and Senator Jay Rockefeller Lecture at the Kaiser Family Foundation.  The theme of the day […]

TREVOSE, PA (May 15, 2019) – Pennsylvania-based Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA),  Bryan Adler, has earned a reputation advising and counseling clients in the areas of elder care law, life care planning, asset protection, veterans’ benefits, estate planning, guardianships and long-term care advocacy for both Pennsylvania and New Jersey residents. As a member of the […]

We’re Hiring!! Elder Law Paralegal for our Cherry Hill, NJ office. Interested or know someone that would be? Share this post! Here is what we are looking for: The successful candidate will possess highly refined skills in the areas ofcritical thinking, written and verbal communication, attention to detail, organization and information monitoring, and stress tolerance. […]

Rothkoff Law Group is seeking a dynamic, quick-thinking individual for a Receptionist/Administrative Assistant position in its Cherry Hill office. The successful candidate will project a professional, welcoming image, possess strong communication skills, and must be comfortable managing high telephone call volume. Duties include, but are not limited to: Answer phones, screen for information, and direct […]

May 7, 2019, (Cherry Hill, NJ) – Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Southern New Jersey (JFCS) and Rothkoff Law Group of Cherry Hill, NJ have teamed up to host the Caregiver Bootcamp Series. This series is designed to facilitate the necessary conversations around the hot topics of being a caregiver in New Jersey. Jerry […]

Congratulations to our Managing Partner, Jerold E. Rothkoff on receiving the 2019 Kaleidoscope Award for Philanthropic Excellence with the Alzheimer Association of the Delaware Valley. Jerry shares this award with his colleague, Murphy van der Velde of The Fountains at Cedar Parke. Congratulations Jerry!

Effective in April 2019, the federal government has revised its ratings system for all nursing homes.  The changes include revisions to the nursing home inspection process, adding new quality measures to its ratings system, and further enhancing details about facilities’ staffing numbers. On the latter, officials say they are dropping the number of days SNFs […]

Steven R. Sabat, Ph.D. — Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Georgetown University Steven R. Sabat is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Georgetown University. He received Georgetown College’s Edward B. Bunn Award for Excellence in Teaching three times (1988, 1995, 2013), the Georgetown College Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (2003) and the College Academic Council’s Award […]

Art Exhibit by ARTZ Philadelphia ARTZ Philly’s mission is to provide opportunities for self-expression and for the rebuilding of self-esteem and dignity to people with dementia and those who care for them. We achieve this mission through evidence-based programs that connect people living with dementia and their care partners with artists, cultural organizations, and each […]

Jerry Rothkoff was named  the Best of Health Care for health care advocacy by South Jersey Biz Magazine in its March 2019 edition.  According to South Jersey Biz, the Best of Health Care 2019 represents “23 hospitals, researchers, facilities and caregivers making an impact in the community.  The 2019 list features extraordinary individuals and companies […]

Rothkoff Law Group is proud to announce that Jerold (Jerry) E. Rothkoff, Esquire has been selected to the 2019 New Jersey Super Lawyers list for elder law. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers, […]

In his poignant essay, “How Much a Dementia Patient Needs to Know”,  Dr. Oliver Sacks asks, “[s]hould we have told Mr. Q. that he was no longer a janitor but a declining and demented patient in a nursing home?” Through portraits of former dementia patients, Dr. M. and Mr. Q., Dr. Sacks shows how they flourished […]