Kershaw Commons, Regan Development Corporation’s 30-unit fully accessible apartment building in Freehold, New Jersey, was recently awarded the Communities of Quality (COQ) award by the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA). This award has been honoring the best multifamily affordable housing communities across the country since 1992, recognizing how properties manage their physical, financial, and […]
For residents at high risk of complications from Covid-19, shopping can be a scary experience. Kershaw Commons is so thankful for a group of individuals working for the common good. This week, Boxes of Hope recently delivered boxes of food, toilet paper and paper towels to our residents. Susan Kershaw, daughter of Ray Kershaw recommended […]
The Spring 2020 edition of Momentum Magazine profiles the efforts to create affordable, accessible apartments for people living with physical and cognitive disabilities. Across the country, a movement has begun to create independent rental housing opportunities with support services for people living with physical and cognitive disabilities. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s flagship magazine highlights […]
On March 9th, in cooperation with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Kershaw Commons hosted a workshop for residents on accessible vehicles and mobility equipment for people with physical disabilities. The program featured Craig Harlow and Don Duffy, experts from Mobility Works, the country’s premier supplier of accessible vehicles. Residents learned first hand from these experts […]
Acorda Therapeutics has provided wonderful support for our residents at Kershaw Commons. Those funds have had a huge impact on the well being and social welfare of our residents, including the incredibly popular Crystal Bowl Meditation Series. Here are a few photos of the Meditation Series. These events make a strong positive impact on our […]
The much anticipated grand opening of the East Coast’s first, brand new supportive housing development for people with disabilities who are in need of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) support services took place on Thursday, October 27 in Freehold Township.
Ray’s Raiders, a Walk MS team formed by Susan Kershaw and many residents from Kershaw Commons honored the memory of Ray Kershaw in raising over $20,000 for Multiple Sclerosis. Our residents walked, rolled and scootered for a great cause – raising money for a cure! We are proud to support them, and are proud to […]
Multiple Sclerosis struck Marissa Manfredi without warning at age 22, sending her from a Rutgers University dorm room to a nursing home with elderly residents in a matter of years and leaving her struggling to move without a can, walker, or occasional wheelchair.