Alysia Price, L.C.S.W., L.N.H.A., C.A.L.A., C.D.P. is the new executive director at the Seashore Gardens Living Center.

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP – Seashore Gardens Living Center is ushering in a new era of leadership with the appointment of Alysia Price of Mays Landing as executive director following the retirement of 35-year veteran Janice Cambron on June 25. Price has spent nearly two decades at the living center, most recently serving as administrator and director of social services and assisted living.

“Alysia’s proven commitment to the Home, the residents and the staff for the past 19 years has been exceptional,”  President and CEO Martin H. Kleinsaid said. “She brings the demonstrated knowledge, the established relationships, the energy and the drive to meet with challenges successfully. Her advanced degrees in social work, nursing home and assisted living administration, and dementia care make her uniquely suited to take on this role. We look forward to Alysia’s leadership.”

Price started as a social worker at SGLC in May of 2000. She went on to become the assistant director of social services, assisted living administrator, assistant administrator and administrator.

She earned her undergraduate degree in social work from Stockton University and her master’s in social work degree from Monmouth University. She also holds an assisted living administrator’s license, a clinical social work license and is a certified dementia practitioner.

The Simon & Sylvia Zisman Seashore Gardens Living Center is a nonprofit home for the aged, guided by Jewish tradition, law, and charity, dedicated to enriching the quality of life for its residents.The 125,000 square foot senior living center offers assisted living, patient-centered short- and long-term nursing care, Alzheimer’s care, respite care and full rehabilitation services all under one roof.

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Nanette LoBiondo Galloway

Award winning journalist covering news, events and people of Atlantic County for more than 20 years.