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United Methodist Communities HomeWorks in-home respite care services provides the flexibility of an experienced health care aide in your home without having to sign up for long-term commitments. Respite care is provided in the care recipient’s home, either for a set number of hours daily or as a live-in arrangement for as many days and weeks as you need. Speak with us about special rates for longer care duration.
New Jersey is one of the states at the forefront of providing assistance to elderly persons that are not eligible for Medicaid. There are five programs of great relevance to seniors: JACC, Statewide Respite Care, Alzheimer's Adult Day Care, the Senior Gold and PAAD programs, and Congregate Housing Services. Although not all of these programs provide financial assistance, they may offer services that can enable a senior and their family to save money in other areas, thereby allowing more of their resources to be put toward the cost of care.
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. 
To qualify for NJ Long Term Care Medicaid, an applicant's functional ability, monthly income, and countable resources are considered. A single individual, as of 2018, can have up to $2,250 / month in income. Income in excess can be allocated to a Qualifying Income Trust (QIT). This is a way to effectively lower countable income, helping one to become income eligible for long-term care Medicaid.
A Matter of Balance is a class geared toward seniors with an emphasis on fall prevention by changing the environment and increasing muscle strength through physical activity. Each county has a different contact; You can find more information about it on the program list. Those who live in counties that are not listed can call the Department of Health at (609) 588-6654.
Our company was designed for seniors who want to remain safe, independent, loved and well cared for in their own home. We created 5 plans for 5 different types of care to meet each client Individual needs in order to provide the best (One-On-One) care for your loved one. Go to Rates and Plans and choose a plan that is suitable for your loved one. Affordable price and great service. Now serving all of New Jersey. CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE CONSULTATION.
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. 
There comes a time in many of our senior clients’ lives when living at home, even with the assistance of a home-care aide, is no  longer ideal. As families consider such options as assisted living or skilled nursing, the team at Amada Northern New Jersey is here to guide them through every step of the way. From finding the right place, to exploring all financial options and resources, to easing concerns during transition, our clients and their loved ones know they can trust Amada Senior Care for the expert advice and support they need.
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.
For those requiring advanced medical care for the short or long term, full service nursing care is provided at all UMC full service communities. It is important to note that at United Methodist Communities we consider that quality of life is still important to our most frail residents, and individual attention must extend beyond the medical meet the dictates of our deeper philosophy, that of “Abundant Life”.
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.
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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