Griswold Home Care of Camden County began in 1988 as part of the Burlington/Camden territory.   Ten years later, in 1998, it was split out and Joe and Maria Bachich stepped in and transformed and invigorated the territory. Joe and Maria knew from experience what the senior care community needed and worked fast to build a team of professional caregivers and staff who lived with the same passion of providing home care for the ill and elderly.
It was Paul and Lori Hogan's own personal experience caring for their 100-year-old grandmother in her home that inspired them to launch Home Instead Senior Care in 1994. They realized many families had the same need for in-home care and elder companionship that could help seniors live independently at home. The demand for these important services has been so great, that the company's network now has 800 locally owned franchises across North America and around the globe.
The Griswold Home Care service model varies depending on which state the office is in. In some states, our service is solely to refer thoroughly screened professional caregivers. In other states, we employ and supervise the caregivers. In every state, we’re 100% focused on quality services and responsiveness to your needs. For each office, you’ll see its service model and learn how we can best help you and your family with your home care needs.
Over fifty percent of residents in Assisted Living and Nursing Homes have some form of dementia or cognitive impairment. Alzheimer wings or Memory Care communities exist to provide safe and specialized housing for these residents. The units are usually on a secure floor or section of a care center, and are staffed with health care providers trained to provide specialized...
It is not every day that people are given the opportunity to help. For the iCare Healthcare Services staff, we consider ourselves lucky to have that opportunity all year long. We will do what is right and always know that when our clients succeed in their goals, we succeed too. We will treat your loved ones with respect, dignity, and continue to strive for excellence through continuous education.

Long-term care insurance is only really helpful if benefits are properly allocated. Our LTCi Resource Center staff coordinate and oversee customized care plans to help clients take full advantage of their benefits and options. We can also monitor LTCi payments or even bill carriers directly for our clients, so all they need to focus on is spending quality time with the ones they love.

I grew my business to function in the same high caliber fashion that I first observed and admired in Griswold Home Care. I work hard to support my community as both a home care provider and an expert in the elder care industry. I am active in my church and serve as a knowledgeable resource to various church volunteer programs and township social service programs.
The New Jersey Senior Guide contains key statistics and information about how senior citizens in New Jersey live. Use this tool to compare healthcare quality, senior housing options, demographic and financial statistics, and other important data for New Jersey with the rest of the country. This guide also contains helpful contact information for local government agencies that offer assistance to senior citizens.
Amada is committed to harnessing the latest technology to help us provide the most effective care and communication. We are widely considered to be the first senior care agency in the industry to create an online portal system, Transparent. With Transparent, family members can use a secure personal ID and password log on see caregiver updates at any time.
Medicaid is an insurance program designed for low-income individuals and families. A distinction should be made between regular Medicaid (sometimes called State Plan) and Institutional Medicaid (also called Long Term Care Medicaid). Long Term Care Medicaid is more relevant to the elderly and this webpage. Upon creation, Long Term Care Medicaid was intended to pay for nursing home care, and limited personal care, for individuals who required it, but could not afford it. Over time, programs were added that allowed those who were eligible for nursing home care to receive that level of care outside of nursing homes. These programs are referred to as Medicaid Waivers, and in New Jersey, these programs fall under a Comprehensive Medicaid Waiver. Please note, in New Jersey, Medicaid for the elderly is also called FamilyCare Aged, Blind, Disabled (ABD) Programs.

There are three types of adult day care in New Jersey. Those who don’t have any special medical needs can go to social adult day care. People with health conditions that need to be attended to during the day can go to adult day health services. Finally, those with Alzheimer’s disease can go to an Alzheimer’s adult day care service, which is subsidized and available for a sliding scale fee.
In 2018, home care costs in New Jersey are on par with the national average, which is approximately $21.75 / hr. This holds true for the area of Atlantic City. Less expensive home care can be found in the capital city, Trenton, Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, and in Ocean City, where the cost is closer to $19.75 - $20.75 / hr. As with assisted living, the North Jersey area sees the highest hourly cost at approximately $22.50 / hr. For individuals who need more intensive care than a home care worker provides, the option of home health care is also available. On average, this type of caregiving costs approximately $1.75 / hour more than home care. One exception is in Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, where the cost is approximately $19.75 / hour.
Diane and Terry Ramey, owners of Amada Senior Care South Jersey, are dedicated to ensuring seniors in their area are given nothing but the best in in-home senior care. Amada Senior Care South Jersey serves Burlington, Delanco, Willingboro, Riverside, Mount Holly, Hainesport,  Moorestown, Mount Laurel, Camden, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield, Woodbury, Marlton, Medford, Berlin and the surrounding areas.

Our care team are ready to assist you at home as you cope with the many duties associated with caregiving for a family member. We have care coordinators who can also help with transition and in acquiring the required home healthcare solutions for when you settle back in your home. We will provide you with supportive care and assistance to ensure the continuity of your health management even after discharge from the Hospital or Health facility.
Welcome to Senior Helpers, Leading Senior Home Care Providers! Senior Helpers is pleased to be the first in-home care provider to develop and implement a comprehensive training program to instruct our caregivers on how best to help clients and families living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. We are proud to have been the first in the industry to partner with renowned occupational therapist and Alzheimer’s expert Teepa Snow and her Positive Approach™ to Care (PAC) on the development of our Senior Gems program. Teepa has over 30 years of experience as a dementia care and dementia education specialist. Our partnership with Teepa over the years has enabled us to expand our range of care and become one of the nation’s leading senior health care providers.
New Jersey has a housing index of 126.60, making it one of the more expensive states to retire in the United States. A big reason for this is likely that it’s central and close to New York City, where lots of people commute to work. In New Jersey, one bedroom apartments go for $1,128 a month on average (US average is $825 a month). Two bedrooms are approximately $1,373 a month ($1,027 a month the US average).
Carol has been with Home Care Assistance since 2011 and has a total of over 20 years of office management and bookkeeping experience. She has always loved working with numbers and the challenges that come along with it. Carol lives by the belief that if you persevere you can solve almost any problem, and her roles have given her the opportunity to work closely with the clients and employees to help solve any issues they might have.
They sent us a truly excellent caregiver whom we now regard as a family member. I have complete trust in our caregiver. She provides a LOT more than just "care". She provides companionship, attention, friendship and I know she genuinely cares. That's all I could ever ask for. And the Service itself has provided excellent support and has accommodated on many important matters. They truly "care" as well. Trust me, this sort caring is what you want to look for when seeking a care provider.
It’s not always possible for you to be available when your mom or dad might need help. Our essential elder care services help ensure that your parents receives the care and companionship he or she needs to safely live at home. Our personal assistants provide one-on-one care in an environment that’s comfortable and familiar. Our essential care services also give families the confidence and peace of mind that their loved ones are receiving quality, professional, and personalized care.
The New Jersey Senior Guide contains key statistics and information about how senior citizens in New Jersey live. Use this tool to compare healthcare quality, senior housing options, demographic and financial statistics, and other important data for New Jersey with the rest of the country. This guide also contains helpful contact information for local government agencies that offer assistance to senior citizens.
SHIP is a free counseling service for seniors and pre-retirees and is part of a federal network of State Health Insurance Assistance programs located in every state. SHIP counselors answer questions about Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance, Medicare Advantage and Medicaid along with prescription coverage and low-income assistance. You local Area Agency on Aging will have information on SHIP and many provide SHIP counselors to give group presentations.
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