skip to Main Content
  1-800-848-2336  34 Years of Care to New Jersey Seniors
Does Your Pet Make You Sneeze?

NJ Home Care News Everyone agrees that pets are great for older people. They provide love, companionship, routine, protection and, in the case of most dogs, exercise and a reason for getting out of the house. Yet, what if you're…

Read More
Can’t Sleep? Don’t Be So Quick To Reach For Pills

For tens of thousands of Americans, the first option when they can't sleep at night is to reach for a sleeping pill.  Research shows that this may not be such a good idea. According to a review of clinical studies…

Read More
Seniors Should Watch Out For Osteoporosis

NJ Home Health News Osteoporosis affects more than 25 million Americans - mostly women past menopause. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 1.2 million bone fractures each year in the U.S. are related to osteoporosis, with one in two…

Read More
Home Care Gets Patient Back On Her Feet

Sheila had spent nearly two months in the hospital and another three weeks in a rehab center following a serious illness. Although the rehab center was only days away from sending her home, she was still in bad shape. The…

Read More
Home Care Represents Best Solution For Alzheimer’s Patients

New Jersey Home Care Stories The doctor’s diagnosis, based on a brief exam and memory screening, came as no surprise to the patient’s spouse. All the same, hearing it was a shock. The doctor told the woman that her husband…

Read More
Are You Taking Advantage Of U.S. Veterans Benefits?

Unfortunately, according to the Veterans Administration, many elderly veterans and their widows miss out on benefits they deserve because they are unaware of it. These are benefits that could help defray the cost of senior care, including home care. In…

Read More
Help For New Jersey Family Caregivers

Alzheimer’s disease changes lives. In addition to the more than five million Americans who suffer from it, the disease also changes the lives of the family members who care for them.  The family caregiver experiences considerable burden, stress and disruption…

Read More
Dealing With Lymphedema Symptoms

Lymphedema occurs when there is an interruption with the circulation as a result of the lymph vessels being unable to adequately drain lymph fluid. Fluid builds up and causes the arm (or leg) to swell. Women who have undergone surgical…

Read More
Controlling Diabetes In Seniors

As we age, our bodies change and as a result we are more susceptible to illness and disease. A common disease among the elderly is diabetes. Studies have shown that common diabetes complications like chronic kidney disease, eye disorders that…

Read More

Osteoporosis, a disease that thins and weakens the bones to the point where they become fragile and break easily, affects 10 million Americans.

Read More
Back To Top