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It’s no secret why many seniors in Bergen, Essex, Passaic, Union and Hudson counties have chosen HomeWell for their essential senior care services. Our intense screening process ensures that only the best assistants have the opportunity to join the HomeWell team. We understand that people are trusting us to care for their mothers and fathers; that is why we only hire caring and highly motivated individuals. We even take the time to make a personal match between clients and caregivers. Our caregivers can also be requested to be temporary or permanent as needed.
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.
Amada Senior Care of South Jersey provides families with resources and education on government assistance available to war-era veterans. Understanding what programs are available to you or your loved one through the VA is absolutely crucial. If you believe you or someone you know may be eligible for Veteran’s benefits, we can help you. Click here for a Free Veteran’s Care Needs Consultation.
Yvonne has over ten years of experience in the medical field, working for a large in-home respiratory provider. She worked closely with physicians and hospitals to provide life-sustaining equipment dedicated to keeping aging seniors in their own homes. Yvonne is skilled at working with clients’ loved ones to help ensure an easy transition even though the seniors may have difficult health issues. She finds fulfillment in knowing that working in the home care field makes a difference in clients’ lives in a time of need.
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.