When family members or friends aren't able to help the older adults they love, Home Instead CAREGiversSM can. With a network of locations across New Jersey, and worldwide, Home Instead Senior Care is all about taking care of older family members long-term in the homes they've enjoyed and treasured. We provide a range of services including companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, shopping, errands—everything you'd do for your loved one, and more—to give you peace of mind, whether you live several states away or in the next county.
New Jersey also has plenty of assisted living facilities throughout the state to provide seniors with more assistance with their day to day tasks. Residents receive personal care and health services for an average monthly cost of $5,811. Keep in mind that assisted living is not an alternative to nursing home care, but rather, an intermediate level of long-term care.
The relatively high costs for home care and assisted living in New Jersey make finding the right care provider of great importance. Providers should be selected both on the quality of care they provide and the family's ability to continue to afford the provider. This is important as most elderly individuals develop an attachment to their caregivers and are resistant to change. For these reasons, we have partnered to offer a free service that assists families in finding the most affordable care in New Jersey and in neighboring areas out of state. Get help here.
Our LTCi Resource Center will not only file and process your claim for you, we will keep it active by making sure your paperwork is sent to the insurance company regularly and on time. No more haggling with the claims department and fearing they’ll remove benefits you need. By coordinating, delivering and managing your care and claim, we’ll provide you and your family with peace of mind and more time to live a happy, healthy, and independent life.
America's Health Rankings® is the longest-running annual assessment of the nation's health on a state-by-state basis. For the past 25 years, America's Health Rankings® has provided a holistic view of the health of the nation. America's Health Rankings® is the result of a partnership between United Health Foundation, American Public Health Association, and Partnership for Prevention™.
As a non-profit Methodist organization, United Methodist Communities seeks to be revenue neutral between costs charged to our residents, and the cost of actually providing 1st class care across all our communities. While the cost of living in our communities is at or below the cost of living in similar communities in each geography, the cost of providing care and fulfilling our lifetime commitments to residents no longer able to pay, escalates every year. In fact this shortfall reaches into the millions of dollars every year, and if not for the United Methodist Communities foundation and its charitable support, United Methodist Communities would have a staggering deficit that no amount of goodwill could bridge.
At Amada Senior Care Northern New Jersey, we are committed to helping our clients live safer and more enjoyable lives and allowing their loved ones to feel secure in the knowledge that they are receiving the highest quality of care. As Gerri Dasappan says, “We want families not to worry, knowing that Mom and Dad or Grandma and Grandpa are in good hands.” This dedication extends beyond in-home care as we support clients and their loved ones through all aspects of the senior care journey to address their specific physical, emotional, and financial needs with expertise and compassion.
I could not be happier with my decision to join the home care industry. By making an affordable, quality home care service available to my community, I am able to improve the quality of life for so many senior citizens. What’s ever more rewarding is speaking to satisfied family members who are both pleased with Mom or Dad’s care and relieved by their peace of mind, which our care services have restored.
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.