Leaving the care of loved ones in the hands of strangers can be extremely unsettling for families which is why it is so important to ensure that the in-home caregivers you choose are not only professional and qualified, but are able to provide services in a kind, dignified, and respectful manner. Because we understand how important an aging or ailing loved one is to the family, our aim is to foster an open, honest and loving relationship with those in our care as well as their families. Knowing that we will care for your loved one in the same way as we would for one of our own will put your mind at ease that your loved one is in safe hands.
Caregiver for your Loved Ones in the Comfort of their own house in Bergen County
In-home care is an alternative to assisted living facilities, senior residential housing options, and nursing homes. While safety should always be the primary concern when considering assisted care, given the choice, most elders will choose to live in the familiar home they have known for many years for as long as possible. It has been found that when seniors are forced to leave their home to reside in an unwanted nursing facility it often causes them to prematurely give up on life both physically and mentally. The ability to remain in their own home increases the likelihood that your loved ones will remain more independent and active for longer and maintain family involvement.
Our personal care service are administered by certified Caregivers to provide assistance and support to seniors and the elderly in their daily living activities.
They will assist your loved one with bathing, dressing, meals, overall personal hygiene, and many other functions that have become difficult for them to accomplish by themselves.
Many families faced with the difficulties of caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease choose home care services to provide their loved ones with as much independence and dignity as possible or to offer necessary periods of respite for those caring for them. All our caregivers have been fully screened and background checked and have a love of caring for patients with Alzheimer’s. They understand the unique challenges faced by individuals with Alzheimer’s and offer the assistance needed to help them maintain a normal life as much as possible.
Currently, there is no cure for Parkinson’s and the treatment consists mainly of managing the symptoms to allow the person to enjoy the best quality of life possible. Home care services can provide those suffering from Parkinson’s with safety supervision, medication reminders, ambulatory assistance, grooming, light housekeeping, laundry services, and meals.
Our dementia caregivers are certified to deliver the specialized care needed by dementia sufferers. They have the appropriate knowledge to deal with the symptoms of the disease as well as the compassion and empathy needed to provide your loved one with the respect, dignity, and companionship they need during this difficult time of their lives.
Stoke Victim Care
Most stoke victims have the desire to return to living independently again. While many family members share that goal and would like to help, looking after a stroke victim is a daunting task that comes with many new responsibilities. Non-medical in-home care can provide assistance for patients who are struggling with cognitive and mobility challenges and help promote the best possible level of recovery.
In circumstances where a loved one’s condition has progressed quickly additional in-home assistance can help patients with everyday activities to make life more manageable. Housekeeping, pet care, daily chores, and personal hygiene are just some of the services that can provide a cancer patient with the comfort and peace of mind needed so that they can concentrate on their healing. In addition to physical care cancer patients often require some form of emotional support as well and caregivers often form a close bond with patients, particularly when they are isolated from family and friends because of their condition.
About Our Caregiving Services
The most important benefit of a having a caregiver to take care of your loved one is the much-needed peace of mind from just knowing that there is a qualified, certified, and highly trained professional to provide essential care in the comfort of your loved one’s own home. We pride ourselves on the fact that our caregivers have the characteristic qualities needed to care for the elderly and sick that includes patience, responsibility, willingness to go the extra mile and to treat the people under their care with the dignity and respect they deserve. They can also be a friend, companion, and guide when you are not able to be there. With the right caregiver, you will be assured that your loved one will enjoy their twilight years knowing that they are in the care of a certified professional.
Home Health Care
Home Health Aid
24 Hour Care
Full time and around the clock caregivers are also available.