HomeWell Of Northeast New Jersey serves hundreds of area seniors – and we’ve been providing skilled senior care services much longer than many of our competitors. Our consistent growth is a reflection of our ongoing dedication to helping seniors and other homebound clients maximize the quality of life. We offer an extensive range of services, and we’re especially proud to bring you our new Transitional Care Program. This specialized service has released seniors from hospitals or nursing homes, and it has reduced readmission rates from 25 percent to less than 8 percent!
1.) JACC, or New Jersey Assistance for Community Caregiving, provides non-medical, home support services with the objective of helping an elderly person continue to live independently. Benefits may include adult day care, durable medical equipment, personal care, caregiver training, home modifications, and personal emergency response systems. One may self-direct their care services, meaning they can hire the person of their choosing, including family members. 
Despite its small size, New Jersey is packed with places for seniors to check out. Atlantic City is filled with casinos and luxury hotels, as well as shop filled boardwalks. As for nature, seniors can check out the Delaware Water Gap and the Liberty State Park. Lastly, there are many diverse neighborhoods to visit, offering delicious foods and rich culture from Cuba, Italy, Brazil, and more. You can also find attractions across Jersey’s Bergen and Middlesex counties.
"Dear Bonjour Home Care, On behalf of my husband, J. Davis, my Mother-In-Law, N. Davis I would like to THANK YOU for your kindness setting up care for my Mother-in-Law. My husband said you were incredibly helpful. The care we received from the caregiver Ama Daakuwa was excellent! She was so patient, kind & helpful. We SIMPLY could not have survived WITHOUT HER. I am happy to fill out any further recommendation for AMA or your company! Thanks SO much," Dr. T. D. (Union County NJ)

Assisted Living communities provide supervision or assistance with activities of daily living (also known as ADLs).  These facilities aid in coordination of services by health care providers; and monitoring of resident activities to help to ensure their health, safety and well-being.  The type of services and level of care will vary, however most communities provide assistance with meals, dressing...


For a long time, this escape to the shore was a tradition in our family. That is, until my wife's father had a mild heart attack a couple years back. After that, he started moving slower; needed more rest. Soon, trips to the shore were too hard on him. It was difficult for everyone to watch this decline, and all we wanted was to be able to help him. Unfortunately, he required the sort of attention that neither I nor my wife could offer; so it was time to consider options.
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