Audrey Ignatoff column
Audrey Ignatoff is the president of Senior Arts and Systems, a consulting company in health care and geriatrics. She has conducted seminars and in-service training for hospitals, nursing homes, home health care agencies, social service agencies, and businesses. She is the former Coordinator for The New York State Division of Substance Abuse Services (now OASAS) subcommittee on Drug Misuse and the Elderly where she designed a statewide educational program on preventing drug misuse for seniors.

Audrey has been an advocate in the campaign to save Terri Schiavo. She is the author of Remembering Terri Schiavo: Reflections of a Health Care Warrior and co-author of The New Underground Railroad: Health Care Warriors. Ms. Ignatoff has also written many articles on health care reform and pro-life issues. She maintains a website at, and can be contacted at

For-profit colleges mistreat employees
Audrey Ignatoff
September 2, 2016

In a study conducted by the US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions in 2012, many abuses were found among for-profit colleges. Among these . . .

Governor Christie has been "Trumperized"
Audrey Ignatoff
March 15, 2016

Today was the funeral of Sean Cullen, a New Jersey State Trooper who was killed in the line of duty. Instead of attending, Christie was campaigning with . . .

The Bill Cosby case: Where's the proof?
Audrey Ignatoff
March 7, 2016

I've been thinking a lot about the allegations against Bill Cosby. He has been accused by over 50 women of raping them, and is now facing a trial involving the . . .

The real Donald Trump: luxury developer or slumlord?
Audrey Ignatoff
February 19, 2016

Donald Trump brands himself as a builder and manager of luxury developments, including Trump Tower, where he resides. He is surrounded by marble and gold, as . . .

Memories of bullying and exclusion
Audrey Ignatoff
January 15, 2016

A man sat nursing the last of his drink, and it was almost closing time at the bar and grille in Hamilton, New Jersey. He realized that the woman who had . . .

Being friendly is not a crime
Audrey Ignatoff
November 9, 2015

Societal attitudes have changed a great deal over the last years. It used to be considered an asset to be a friendly and warm person, but now if you possess . . .

Small businesses fear giants like Wawa coming into the neighborhood
Audrey Ignatoff
October 12, 2015

When Wawa announced that it was going to open three new Superstores in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, many local small businesses were upset. In fact, some . . .

Is Howard Stern bad for America?
Audrey Ignatoff
August 6, 2015

Howard Stern is a household name, and he has been a radio and television star for decades. As the "King of all Media," he earns a phenomenal amount of . . .

Bill Cosby: hype or hypocrisy?
Audrey Ignatoff
July 22, 2015

I have a different take on the whole Bill Cosby matter than most. When I worked, I never socialized with clients or business associates. I always met them in . . .

Why Fifty Shades of Grey became a cultural phenomenon
Audrey Ignatoff
May 4, 2015

I have finally read the first book of Fifty Shades of Grey. It was number one on the New York Times bestseller list. The question that comes to my mind is,  . . .

Help for bullying
Audrey Ignatoff
August 22, 2014

Bullying is a major problem in the US and worldwide. Many children and teenagers have developed emotional problems from bullying, and sadly some even commit . . .

There are two elephants in the room with Governor Christie
Audrey Ignatoff
April 26, 2013

It is no doubt that Governor Christie is very popular because he has done a good job on many fronts, including helping New Jersey recover from Hurricane Sandy, . . .

Greek's Playland: an oasis for the disabled in danger of closing
Audrey Ignatoff
April 16, 2013

Many people may not have heard about Greek's Playland, but it has served as an oasis of fun for the disabled community since 1972. It is located in Monroe . . .

Welcome anti bullying law in New Jersey
Audrey Ignatoff
February 4, 2012

Now that the New Jersey new Anti-bullying Law, the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights, is in effect (September 1, 2010), many critics say it's too restrictive and too . . .

Is State Senator Shirley Turner the Queen of Corruption in New Jersey?
Audrey Ignatoff
September 30, 2011

State Senator Shirley Turner seems to be a very busy and industrious woman. Not only is she a State Senator for New Jersey but she is the Associate Director of . . .

What happened to Dr. Robert Rose?
Audrey Ignatoff
September 26, 2011

Dr. Robert Rose seems to have disappeared. His present whereabouts can't be found on line. Dr. Rose was the former President of Mercer County Community . . .

Correcting corruption in New Jersey can produce goldmine
Audrey Ignatoff
September 7, 2011

When Governor Christie was the US Attorney for New Jersey, we have seen an abundance of arrests of corrupt individuals, including public figures. This . . .

Give the gift of energy for the holidays
Audrey Ignatoff
December 1, 2007

With the holidays approaching, everyone is busy buying presents for friends and family. However, with today's concerns about energy conservation on the planet, . . .

The older worker faces the four-headed devil
Audrey Ignatoff
August 29, 2007

As an older worker, I am sure that you have faced the four-headed devil many times. The four heads of the devil are: the "matching head," the "connection head . . .

What Sicko missed: medication as a tool for euthanasia
Audrey Ignatoff
August 20, 2007

Michael Moore stressed the need for low cost or free medications by sick people. Often, the lack of proper medications may lead to a patient becoming worse, . . .

The devil comes to college
Audrey Ignatoff
August 16, 2007

Going to college should be the most enjoyable experience of one's life. It was not so for Gary DeVercelly, a freshman at Rider University who died on March 30, . . .

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