All of the counties in New Jersey offer nutrition programs to residents over the age of 60. They vary in their approaches and depend on the specific needs of their clients. All of these programs can be reached through the local Aging & Disability Resource Connection/Area Agency on Aging (ADRC/AAA). (Click on the link and scroll down to find the appropriate county.) The telephone number is (877) 222-3737.
Established in 2005, HomeWell is a family-owned and operated home health care service, serving Hackensack, NJ, and the surrounding areas. We are a proud, accredited home care agency in the state of New Jersey and have formed professional relationships with nearby hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and specialized doctors to benefit the health and well-being of our seniors. For more information about our essential elder care services or to receive a free consultation, browse our website or contact us directly at 201-487-9220.
When seniors are determined to live independently at home but their loved ones have some concerns for their safety, it can be difficult to find a compromise that puts everyone’s mind at ease. Fortunately for our clients, Amada Senior Care has developed the ideal solution that allows families to care for their senior loved ones remotely: our BeClose home monitoring system.

The state's recently created Medicaid Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS), a managed care system, falls under the Comprehensive Medicaid Waiver. Under this system, there are no enrollment caps, meaning anyone who is eligible to receive services can do so. Via this program, supports for a variety of services are provided in the home, assisted living, an adult foster care home, or in adult day care. Benefits include home / vehicle modifications, meal delivery, personal emergency response systems, and personal assistance. Program participants are able to self-direct certain home-based supportive care, such as personal assistance and homemaker services. This means they are able to hire the individual of their liking, including some family members. The Global Options or GO Waiver was absorbed into this waiver in 2014. 


Lisa works closely with our team on all client and caregiver activity, including service delivery, client relationship management, caregiver development, and retention. She brings years of experience as a Client Care Coordinator, which allows her to excel in this role. Lisa finds working in home care rewarding because she knows she is making a difference in the everyday lives of our clients and their families. She is passionate about securing compatible caregivers for our clients to make life more manageable and allow them to stay safe and comfortable in their own homes.
Lares has been exceptional from day one. They have been kind, cooperative, professional, friendly and punctual. The owner, the RN and the home health aides have all made us feel like my Mom is their only priority. They have always been receptive to our needs and requests. They respond in a timely manner. My Mom and Dad are very happy with the care they receive and that means the world to myself and my siblings. I highly recommend Lares.
We offer care services that are designed to address your elderly loved one’s unique issues. For example, our Companion Care caregivers aid your senior family member with light household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and laundry. This is to ensure that your loved one retains a sense of independence while enjoying the company and camaraderie our caregivers provide.

Kevin is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Home Care Assistance operations in Northern/Central New Jersey. He is the first point of contact for client families, and he takes pride in ensuring their ongoing satisfaction with their home care service. Kevin discovered his passion for the home care field over a decade ago, while helping the elderly at his church at Zarephath Christian Church. Prior to joining Home Care Assistance, Kevin held various senior management positions with corporations and uses this experience to improve Home Care Assistance every day.
Our caregivers at ComForCare Home Care Mountainside are trained to recognize triggers and use redirection to help prevent or reduce challenging behavior. Dementia care services allow individuals with Alzheimer's disease or another type of dementia to do more of what they enjoy in the familiarity and comfort of their home. The dementia care services we provide are designed to help enhance the quality of life by helping clients remain independent for as long as possible.
Seniors remain more engaged and healthier when they receive consistent levels of social companionship. Our services offer this and much more. We provide caring companionship and skilled assistance that helps seniors remain in the comfort of their homes. We serve more than 300 clients in Northeastern New Jersey, so we understand that families depend on our reputation. That’s why our employees undergo an intensive screening process. We only hire one out of every 12 aides — but once those aides become part of our team, we provide outstanding benefits that keep them motivated, energized, and constantly inspired to exceed expectations.
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.

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.
New Jersey senior home care fills a need that arises when older adults are not able to take care of themselves, but are not interested in leaving their homes to live in any type of care facility. In-home care brings the expertise and compassion of trained health professionals to the bedside of the person who needs extra care. Senior home care workers can administer medicines, change dressings, and help with personal care procedures like dressing and bathing. Home elder care seems like a new concept, but hearkens back to the good old days when doctors made house calls. Home health care is driven partly by cost concerns, as it combines many services into one visit.

Independent living is typically the preferred choice of living for seniors who are healthy, active, and don’t require round the clock care. New Jersey has more than 250 independent living facilities and it costs anywhere from $1,104 to $5,115 a month to stay in one. Seniors who prefer apartment style living can choose to live in a 55+ or 65+ senior apartment community. Apartment living comes with some great perks like a variety of amenities such as fitness centers, walking trails, clubhouse, meeting rooms, and more for residents to enjoy.
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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.
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.
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