We begin with a no cost and no obligation visit with potential clients and family to discuss and evaluate the needs and concerns of each individual. The visit can be in home or at a facility. Together we create a customized home care plan centered on the family's desired goals. Once all concerns, wishes and questions have been addressed and the comfort level has been achieved; our New Jersey home care staff begins the matching process between client and caregiver.
Many active seniors actually prefer this kind of Condo style living, even if they have no compelling medical needs at all! A NJ state licensed CCRC provides seniors the opportunity to move into a Campus-like setting, where there is the perfect balance of private living, and socialization opportunities. Furthermore CCRC’s provide extremely beneficial financial arrangements which can allow up to 85% of the unused cost of purchase to be refunded to your estate.
United Methodist Communities offers in home adult respite care services in Monmouth County New Jersey to seniors in various central NJ locations. These respite care providers are qualified, certified and trained professional home health aides, who enable families to keep their loved ones in familiar and comfortable settings while receiving the assistance and care that they need. For as little as two hours per day, assistance is available.
My name is Stephan Rymal and I have been the Director of the Burlington County Office of Griswold Home Care since 1997. My Burlington County roots date back to my youth, when I visited my uncles’ farms on Route 70 past Olga’s Diner and the Route 73 circle. I still remember swimming in the cedar ponds in the summer and ice skating on them in the winter. My cousins and I would walk through the fields eating fresh Jersey tomatoes with their sweet juices dripping down our faces during the day and steam Jersey corn in their husks on the grill for dinner.
With help from the United Methodist Communities foundation, the United Methodist Communities throughout New Jersey provide the kind of compassionate care, safety and security you may be looking for. Your support for our work allows United Methodist Communities to protect the security of all our residents no matter how long they stay with us or what their resources are. Further it allows us to provide the highest quality care at the most cost effective prices for our residents.
In 1973, an amendment to the federal Older Americans Act (OAA) required states to separate their aging planning and service areas and to designate Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) to implement programs and services for older Americans at the local level. The local Area Agencies on Aging offices serve certain counties and implement the elder service programs within their geographic boundaries. The quickest way to find out what services a senior may qualify for and what senior programs are available is to contact the Area Agency on Aging office serving the county where the senior lives. A few states have websites which provide information for the entire state and other states provide a county lookup on their website to find the correct area office to contact for senior services.