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.
We are here For you - 24 Hours A Day. Call us today or anytime at 973-808-3475 for any Home Care Services or Live-In Care in Union, Morris, Essex, Passaic & Hudson Counties. Our service area includes Summit, Millburn, Montville, Livington, Florham Park, South Orange, Maplewood, Wayne, Clifton, Pequannock, Pompton Plains, Short Hills, Parsippany, Montville, Cedar Grove, Madison, Chatham, Springfield, Westfield, North Caldwell and all surrounding towns. 
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.
James brings over 15 years of customer service experience to his position at Home Care Assistance. He prides himself on his ability to provide quality customer service and understand the needs of those he serves. He has a genuine passion for helping people, which is what drew him to the home care industry. He looks forward to making a difference in the lives of seniors and their loved ones every day.

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.


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.
We at the United Methodist Communities understand that being a senior does not have to mean losing your independence. Often times loved ones have work and family commitments and we don’t want to burden them by constantly asking for help. Our United Methodist Communities HomeWorks in home senior care program empowers you by allowing you to take care of yourself affordably while still maintaining your freedom and independence.
It is not every day that people are given the opportunity to help. For the iCare Healthcare Services staff, we consider ourselves lucky to have that opportunity all year long. We will do what is right and always know that when our clients succeed in their goals, we succeed too. We will treat your loved ones with respect, dignity, and continue to strive for excellence through continuous education.
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Even adult day care in New Jersey well exceeds the national average, which as of 2018, is $71 / day. In fact, it does so by approximately 20%, costing approximately $88 / day. Although even at that cost, adult day care is still one of the most affordable ways to care for the elderly. Surprisingly, the areas that have the most expensive assisted living have some of the most economic averages for adult day care (Trenton and North Jersey). Here, the average daily cost is $83. The most costly adult day care can be found in Ocean City and the Vineyard area, where the average cost is between $94 and $100 / day.

They sent us a truly excellent caregiver whom we now regard as a family member. I have complete trust in our caregiver. She provides a LOT more than just "care". She provides companionship, attention, friendship and I know she genuinely cares. That's all I could ever ask for. And the Service itself has provided excellent support and has accommodated on many important matters. They truly "care" as well. Trust me, this sort caring is what you want to look for when seeking a care provider.


It is not every day that people are given the opportunity to help. For the iCare Healthcare Services staff, we consider ourselves lucky to have that opportunity all year long. We will do what is right and always know that when our clients succeed in their goals, we succeed too. We will treat your loved ones with respect, dignity, and continue to strive for excellence through continuous education.
Hello, I am Ted Dzvileski, owner and operator of your local Griswold Home Care office of Somerset County, NJ. I joined the Griswold Home Care franchise family in 2002 because I saw an increased need for private care services both nationwide and in my community. As our nation’s elderly population continues to grow, and families are busier than ever, more people are in need of extra support as they age.
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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.

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.
I have extensive experience in all areas of senior care and have been working in both home and long-term care for the past 10 years. I have been certified as a nursing assistant, medication technician, CPR/ First aid, memory care and other various areas of senior care. I also have experience in assessing, creating and providing individualized care plans to suite current needs. Some of my skills include, but are not limited to, all activities of daily living, Foley catheter and colostomy care and maintenance, diabetic sugar checks and insulin injections, light wound care, light range of motion, maintenance of oxygen tanks and concentrators, and specialize in memory care activities that promote independence within cognitive abilities. I have also provided support and information services for loved ones who are unsure of proper caring needs and suggestive care services to assist within a home-care setting.
Each family is able to completely customize their own BeClose system, choosing from a range of state-of-the-art products and devices and paying for nothing that is unnecessary. Some of the most popular BeClose products include medication monitors to let families know if a dose was missed, indoor and outdoor security cameras, automated door locks and thermostats, and even alerts to instantly notify families and nearby assistants of falls, intruders, or other potential emergencies. BeClose also compiles records of behavior and activity patterns, and can let families know when changes in routine may signal a need for more hands-on care. Families and Amada caregivers are able to receive real-time updates and frequent reports directly on their mobile phones through the revolutionary BeClose mobile app, so they can remain confident that their loved one is safe and thriving—whether they are across the street or across the globe.
Perhaps the main reason to engage an elder care specialist is the safety of an older adult. Though many older adults reside with family caregivers, there are others who are alone in their homes. When a home care provider calls, anything that might be going wrong can be put to rights. Even if a family member is in the home and providing care, without a professional eye, that person might miss changes in the condition of the elderly patient.
Focusing on the solid foundation of Griswold Home Care founder Jean Griswold’s vision, providing the best home caregivers to seniors and families at affordable rates, the office has grown to one of the company’s top performers. In 2001, our operations manager, Kathy Mason, came on board. Her compassion, empathy and love of the senior care community played a key role in the overall success of the office.
If you’ve always dreamed of retiring somewhere with both mountains and beaches, and not too far out from New York City, then New Jersey is a great state to consider. The state offers a plethora of open spaces, and the mountains there are popular destinations for people to ski, bike, birdwatch, fish, camp, and more all year round. New Jersey has four distinct seasons, so residents can enjoy the gradual cool down when summer transitions into fall, and some snowfall in the winter.
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.

Absolutely! Beware caregivers who are not! Too many families are swindled or suffer neglect by Craigslist and other want ad caregivers. The elderly are a ripe target for those with less than noble intentions! All our aides come with formal certification and references. Plus you have the supervision of a registered nurse who is available to visit and provide additional medical support if needed.

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.
Despite its small size, New Jersey is packed with places for seniors to check out. Atlantic City is filled with casinos and luxury hotels, as well as shop filled boardwalks. As for nature, seniors can check out the Delaware Water Gap and the Liberty State Park. Lastly, there are many diverse neighborhoods to visit, offering delicious foods and rich culture from Cuba, Italy, Brazil, and more. You can also find attractions across Jersey’s Bergen and Middlesex counties.
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.
I could not be happier with my decision to join the home care industry. By making an affordable, quality home care service available to my community, I am able to improve the quality of life for so many senior citizens. What’s ever more rewarding is speaking to satisfied family members who are both pleased with Mom or Dad’s care and relieved by their peace of mind, which our care services have restored.
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.
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