Senior Helpers Madison, New Jersey is a leading provider of senior home care in Madison. Our local office was established in 2007 by Wayne and Tricia Sarrow. Both owners have personal experience caring for a parent with dementia. With a team of compassionate and dedicated caregivers, they have helped hundreds of families across Madison, Montclair, and the areas surrounding Essex County in need of senior home care.
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...
If you want a professional in home senior care solution that helps your loved ones achieve independent living, then New Jersey based Visiting Angels is the service provider you’ve been looking for. Our certified home health aides are selected based on prior experience with situations similar to yours. We know that NJ senior care is not “one size fits all.” We’ll work with you to come up with an individualized “Plan of Care” to ensure that your loved ones can live independently and with total comfort in their own homes. From in-home assisted living to in-home adult day care, we have a personalized and professional home care solution for your loved one.
At Adult Care Advisors, we offer free advice and assistance to help residents throughout the US find the best senior care options for their families. We strive to ensure that you are informed about the full range of options available to you. Our certified senior care advisors take the time to get to know you and your elderly relative so we can tailor our recommendations to best suit your particular needs.
Terminally ill seniors will find peace of mind at a hospice care facility. There are 82 hospices in New Jersey to choose from, located along the coastline and further inland. Hospices provide professional care during the final months of a senior’s life, through pain management and grief counseling. Staff will be able to guide seniors and their families on how to cover the costs of hospice care through Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurances.
I'm a certified home health aide with 20 years of experience, caring for the elderly. In this field, I have worked with seniors of different cultures, traditions, and ethnic backgrounds. I am compassionate, attentive, and caring. I would love to help with meals and house cleaning, errands and appointments. I have my own car and a good driving record. I am trustworthy, reliable, attentive, and helpful. I am also a great companion. I love the seniors because I was raised by my grandmother who taught me to be very mindful of the elderly and respect them. The way I want to be remembered in life is to make a difference in the life of others but especially for those who helped us to get where we are today-seniors. I don't smoke or drink. My current references are available upon request. Thank you
No matter who you choose to help you with in-home care the goals are usually the same: to stay independent and in your home for as long as possible. While assisted living communities offer more ready access to support and social companionship, some seniors are not ready for that transition. They may be concerned about the cost of assisted living, or don’t need the ready stimulation of organized social programs, or they may only need minor or temporary assistance to deal with smaller matters of mobility, non-medical support, or companionship.
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.
Veterans’ memorial homes are located in different areas of the state. They are for honorably discharged veterans, their spouses, and Gold Star Parents. Residents pay based on their ability to do so, and preference is given to people who have lived in New Jersey for two years prior to admission. These veterans’ homes provide nursing home and medical care to veterans who need it.
I have been using Senior Home Care Services for years to meet my client's needs and I highly recommend them, putting my full faith in their staff and services. The care provided by Senior Home Care Services is excellent and they exhibit an expertise and good judgement that can only come from years of experience. As a local, family-owned company their office staff is quick to respond to client's needs and accessible 24-hours a day. I could not recommend them more highly. Kurt Talke Sr. Managing Director & Trust Officer Peapack-Gladstone Bank Trust & Investments
Job Overview: Hey my name is Ariel. I am a senior care provider available in Trenton, New Jersey. I aim to connect with you the individual with live-in availability. Services And Training: I will be adminis…Job Overview: Hey my name is Ariel. I am a senior care provider available in Trenton, New Jersey. I aim to connect with you the individual with live-in availability. Services And Training: I will be adminis…Job Overview: Hey my name is Ariel. I am a senior care provider available in Trenton, New Jersey. I aim to connect with you the individual with…
Laura has over a decade of experience in the medical field, where she has served as a medical assistant and front office manager. She is a certified MA with the state of California and worked for 10 years with an Internal Medicine DR who specialized in Geriatrics. Laura enjoys helping families and making them aware of all the options they have regarding home care. She hopes to help seniors live safely and independently at home.
Individuals enrolled in Medicaid’s Personal Preference Program (PPP) are able to self-direct their own care. This is a “Cash and Counseling” program in which the recipients are provided with a cash allowance and the flexibility to spend it as they see fit for their care requirements. Common ways funds are spent are for personal care assistance, assistive technology, and home modifications. It should be noted that a fair amount of counseling is also provided to ensure needs are being met. With this option, individuals are able to hire the care provider of their choosing, including family members.
Nationwide in 2016, the average cost for non-medical home care is $20 per hour with the state averages ranging from $15 – $26 per hour. It should be noted that these are average costs from home care agencies. Private individuals can be retained to provide most of the same services with fees that are 20% – 30% lower. However, these independents are typically uninsured, do not go through background checks and may be unable to provide alternatives in case they are not available to work on short notice.
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Selecting the proper level of care can be a difficult task. Adult Care Advisors works with many different adult living and senior care companies throughout the region. Our advisors will walk you through this decision and stand by your side throughout the entire process. Adult Care Advisors will be able to provide you with years of knowledge, experience and expertise at no...
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.
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An applicant is also permitted countable resources up to $2,000. Note, one’s primary home, up to an equity value of $858,000, given the applicant or their spouse lives in it, is considered exempt. In addition, the applicant’s vehicle is not considered a "countable" asset, provided it is in use by the applicant. Being over the asset limit does not automatically disqualify one from Medicaid. However, one has to proceed with caution, as simply giving away assets or selling them for less than they are worth can result in a period of Medicaid ineligibility. This is because New Jersey has a 5-year look-back period (from the date of Medicaid application) where all asset transfers are considered. If one has gifted assets or sold them cheaply, there will be a period of time that one cannot receive Medicaid benefits. However, there are ways one can spend down excess resources without violating the look-back period. One can pay off debts, such as their mortgage, or make home modifications that increase the safety and accessibility of their home. Examples include remodeling a bathroom to make it wheelchair accessible, adding a chair lift, and installing wheelchair ramps.