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Amada Senior Care South Jersey’s mission is to about enrich the lives of seniors and their families by creating a truly outstanding and nurturing care experience. We take care of the little details to ensure the best outcomes, and keep the big picture in mind so that our clients are able to meet their care goals. Seniors’ well-being IS our business.
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.
AARP has a membership of nearly 38 million people and is an interest group that focuses on helping seniors live well after retirement. It’s nonprofit and non-partisan and it has programs for people of all ages with an emphasis on retirees. Membership benefits include discounts on entertainment, restaurants, health services, shopping, and more. In addition, there are community events and travel opportunities.
I grew my business to function in the same high caliber fashion that I first observed and admired in Griswold Home Care. I work hard to support my community as both a home care provider and an expert in the elder care industry. I am active in my church and serve as a knowledgeable resource to various church volunteer programs and township social service programs.
Our favorite experiences have come from pulling into the driveway of the pretty farmhouse or stylish city home that we’ve admired hundreds of times and knowing that we will help to care for the client who has established a life inside. These homes birthed the memories that shaped our community. We feel honored when invited inside to arrange care for a member of the household. Greater than our admiration for their beautiful homes is our appreciation for the elderly and disabled members of our community’s need for home care. It is rewarding to know that we make a difference in the lives of our clients.
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.
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.
In 2018, home care costs in New Jersey are on par with the national average, which is approximately $21.75 / hr. This holds true for the area of Atlantic City. Less expensive home care can be found in the capital city, Trenton, Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, and in Ocean City, where the cost is closer to $19.75 - $20.75 / hr. As with assisted living, the North Jersey area sees the highest hourly cost at approximately $22.50 / hr. For individuals who need more intensive care than a home care worker provides, the option of home health care is also available. On average, this type of caregiving costs approximately $1.75 / hour more than home care. One exception is in Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, where the cost is approximately $19.75 / hour.
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iCare Healthcare Services was founded on the desire to make a difference. We will bring compassion and affordable home health care without compromising the quality of care. We recognize you as a unique individual and will give you and your loved ones the peace of mind that care rendered will be in a safe, friendly, and reliable way. We acknowledge how much your loved ones mean to you and how much being at home means to them. We are dedicated to serving the home care needs of the infants, children, adults of all ages, elderly, ill, and disabled. We are New Jersey Licensed, Bonded and Insured.
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
When challenges arise such as the onset of dementia, our fully-trained, experienced staff help to, not only recognize the early stages and signs of dementia, but also to help assist in this difficult time through a compassionate support system and professional senior home health care services. Our staff can help develop day-to-day dementia care routines, which include keeping structure and familiarity. A great value for a dementia patient is remaining within familiar surroundings as long as possible to eliminate distress. United Methodist Communities HomeWorks elderly care services allow families time to consider their options including transitioning to assisted living.
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
New Jersey ranks as one of the more expensive states in the nation as far as the cost of assisted living. As of 2018, the national average is $3,670 / month, but in NJ, residents pay over $1,420 / month more, with the average cost being $5,070. However, state residents should take some comfort in the fact that the cost is not consistently high everywhere in the state. The less expensive areas include Ocean City, in and around Atlantic City, and Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton. In these areas the average cost is closer to $4,270 / month. Residents in the most expensive areas should be aware that they live in these areas, so that they might consider neighboring counties as a cost-saving measure. The Trenton area and almost all of Northern New Jersey has monthly cost averaging between $5,370 and $6,170. Caring for individuals with Alzheimer's can further increase the monthly cost of assisted living by as much as $1,270 / month.