Senior Arts and Systems

Advocates for disabled, elderly, and victims of bullying

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Audrey Ignatoff, President

Audrey Ignatoff has received the 2005 Leadership Award.

East Windsor, NJ (PRWEB) March 28, 2006

 Appointed as a Chairperson for the National Business Advisory Council for New Jersey and A Businesswoman of the Year from the state of New Jersey.  Received an invitation to the Presidential Dinner at The White House March 16, 2006.

President of Senior Arts and Systems, a consulting company dedicated to providing education, training, and advocacy in areas concerning the disabled, elderly and victims of bullying.

Provides seminars for professionals, consumers and caregivers on health care, health care reform and pro-life issues. 

 Author of Remembering Terri Schiavo:  Reflections of a Health Care Warrior.



 Audrey Ignatoff, President of Senior Arts and Systems, is a sociologist who has worked as a health care administrator and seminar provider.  Ms. Ignatoff was invited to the White House to receive an award for her dedicated work. She can assist you with the following:

          Areas of Expertise:

  •  Aging
  • Long Term Care
  • Disabled
  • Discrimination
  • Bullying
  • Health Care and Health Care Reform
  • Anti-Euthanasia
  • Forensic Sociogy
  • Criminology
  • Drug Abuse
  • Civil Rights


  • Consulting and Expert Witness
  • Articles and Reports
  • Research and Analysis
  • Seminars
  • Proposal Writing/Fund Raising
  • Video Production (seminars, in-services, conferences, editing, video analysis, day in the life documentaries, evidence, surgery)

Ms. Ignatoff is an advocate for the disabled, elderly, and victims of bullying.  She is working with the Forensis Group to provide legal consulting and expert witness services.  She was the Coordinator for the New York State Subcommittee on Drug Misuse for the Elderly, and also a consultant for Locals 1199 and 144 Health Care Unions in New York City.

Ms. Ignatoff  has worked on legislation and as a consultant on legal cases, including the Terri Schiavo Case, The Nursing Home Reform Law (OBRA'87), ADA, and Greek's Playland.  She has published many articles and books including "Saving Terri Schiavo" for The Human Life Review, Rembering Terri Schiavo:  Reflections of a Health Care WarriorThe New Underground Railroad:  Health Care Warriors, and Preventing Medication Misuse in the Elderly: Training and Resource Manual, and "Welcome Antibullying Law in New Jersey," Renew America.  She is a columnist for Renew America and consults for The Education Project

Ms. Ignatoff has worked on the following programs and legislation:

  • Preventing Medication Misuse in the Elderly
  • Seminar Consultant on Aging and Disabled (Including Locals #144 and #1199)
  • Legislation for Handicapped Bathrooms and ADA
  • The Nursing Home Reform Law (OBRA 87')
  • Consultant on the Terri Schiavo Case (Terrri's Law 2003)
  • Helping to save Greek's Playland, an amusement park for disabled
  • Consultant for The Education Project