As our loved ones get older and their physical needs become greater, providing care for them may prove to be a challenge many of us aren’t equipped to handle on our own—as much as we would like to. Job commitments, physical distance, and/or other family commitments may all come into play. We want our older parents or grandparents to have the opportunity to maintain their independence by living a contented, dignified life in their familiar home environment for as long as possible. Visiting Angels in New Jersey provides personalized, at-home care services that gives the whole family peace of mind.

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.


There are three types of adult day care in New Jersey. Those who don’t have any special medical needs can go to social adult day care. People with health conditions that need to be attended to during the day can go to adult day health services. Finally, those with Alzheimer’s disease can go to an Alzheimer’s adult day care service, which is subsidized and available for a sliding scale fee.
We are an affordable, compassionate and respected home care choice for family caregivers who want to keep their family members at home rather than choosing a nursing home or assisted living facility. From Live-In Care to our short wellness visits--our attentive, dependable caregivers can offer emotional care and quality of life to your loved ones and much-needed respite care for you.
The Northern New Jersey metropolitan area generally has the highest home healthcare expenses in the state of New Jersey, with prices ranging from $11 per hour up to $26 per hour and an average yearly cost of around $49,192. The lowest in-home care costs in New Jersey are in the Ocean City area, where they range from $18 to $21 per hour. Here, the median yearly cost runs about $42,900.
Our responsible, experienced CAREGivers are members of the local community, familiar with the resources available in your area of New Jersey. Home Instead Senior Care services are available 24/7, every day of the year, including holidays, and are delivered by trusted CAREGivers who are screened, bonded and insured employees—never independent contractors.
"I wanted to tell you how amazing Christine was in managing my parents with no power. She did a great job and packed them up so we were able to walk them down three flights of stairs in the dark, so that we could move them to my house this morning for a few days. Elaine also was terrific in getting there this am, and walking up the steps with her luggage with no help. We are so grateful for their amazing care and devotion to my parents! Thank you!"
New Jersey also has plenty of assisted living facilities throughout the state to provide seniors with more assistance with their day to day tasks. Residents receive personal care and health services for an average monthly cost of $5,811. Keep in mind that assisted living is not an alternative to nursing home care, but rather, an intermediate level of long-term care.
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Unlike many in-home senior care services, United Methodist Communities HomeWorks employ’s only certified, professional caregivers backed by a network of medical, psychological, and spiritual support.  As a non-profit, faith-based organization that has served New Jersey Seniors for over 109 years, there is no other home care agency with the infrastructure and commitment that United Methodist Communities HomeWorks brings to bear on the problems and joys of aging.

Veterans’ memorial homes are located in different areas of the state. They are for honorably discharged veterans, their spouses, and Gold Star Parents. Residents pay based on their ability to do so, and preference is given to people who have lived in New Jersey for two years prior to admission. These veterans’ homes provide nursing home and medical care to veterans who need it.
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.

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.

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.

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