Parking for Patients
Parking fees at the hospital may present a burden to some families, especially to the underserved or those who have a family member hospitalized for an extended period. Recognizing this need, Claudia and Ken Silverman launched the Claudia and Kenneth Silverman Parking Program. Our social workers, patient liaisons and care managers can readily identify individuals who need financial assistance, and parking fees will be waived. Approximately 5,000 families will qualify for assistance over the lifetime of the fund, and we are seeking support to sustain the program.
The Need: $25,000
If you have any questions, or if you would like to support a funding need, please contact Lee Williamson, director of principal gifts and campaigns, at 973-593-2429.
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That’s the number of NJ kids diagnosed with autism. The good news? Our donor-funded expansion of the Child Development and Autism Center has resulted in earlier intervention. Wait times dropped from 6 months to a matter of weeks for new autism evaluations of kids 5 and younger.
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