With over 110 years’ experience caring for the elderly, United Methodist Communities now offers home health aides and home care services through United Methodist Communities HomeWorks.
“My mother’s part-time United Methodist Communities caregiver does more than help with chores and medication. She is like a family friend and the companionship she provides has improved Mom’s quality of life in every way”
Our certified home health aides are the bridge between your loved one and the support he or she may need. We strive to bring the abundant life into the homes of senior citizens that we serve.
Because of this mission, our caregivers are not only certified, but also screened for their compassion, patience, and their ability and willingness to make a difference in the lives of others. We also offer Pastoral Care upon request.
United Methodist Communities Home Health Aide Services
Hiring a United Methodist Communities home health aide assures that you are not taking unnecessary chances with unlicensed, untrained individuals. Instead, you are entering into a process that carefully matches a senior with the home care aide most suited to help and relate to your loved one. And with our extensive senior care infrastructure, you have access to services, health care professionals and even Pastoral Care – services other home care agencies simply do not provide. Despite this, our services are competitive with other professional New Jersey licensed home care agencies and are flexible enough to cover a 24/7 schedule.
Getting Started With a United Methodist Communities Home Health Aide in NJ
It’s easy! Call our team at 732-838-1950. We follow a simple process to get help to you as quickly as possible.
STEP 1 – You are visited by our Registered Nurse.
STEP 2 – A Care Plan is established and a compatible home health aide is selected.
STEP 3 – Home care visits start immediately. Generally two or three days a week though we can also staff for respite care situations 24/7.
What Will a United Methodist Communities Home Health Aide Do for Me?
The short answer is “whatever you need” in terms of non-medical home-care and assistance.
- Execute a Care Plan established and monitored by an RN
- Meal preparation
- Ambulation and exercise
- Light housekeeping and laundry
- Errands and shopping
- Transportation to medical appointments
- Arrange for visiting physician service
- Pastoral care
Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Other Special Conditions
Conditions like dementia or arthritis are gradual and don’t always require the full time care an assisted living facility can provide. At United Methodist Communities HomeWorks you can lean on us to help you face those challenges and keep you or your loved one in your home for as long as possible. Our longstanding experience with memory care in our assisted living communities allows our home health aides to help seniors cope with their conditions while maximizing their capabilities. Our trained home care providers can assist seniors with a variety of care needs related to Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, arthritis, Parkinson’s, diabetes, depression, and other conditions.