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Home Care in Bridgewater, NJ

Home Care Near You in Bridgewater

You have an immediate home care need, and we have the experience to staff it quickly. We have one of the largest pools of fully oriented Certified Home Health Aides in New Jersey, ready to serve you on either a short-term or long-term basis. Having already served many thousands of families, we’ve been setting the standard for Live-In Home Care since 1985.

We are always there when you need us most… which is why Expert Home Care provides experienced 24-Hour On-Call Supervisors who are ready to respond to calls beyond normal business hours. All offices are able to provide Respite, Hospice, Short and Long Term Care. In addition, we provide complimentary and reliable van service, which ensures prompt service and peace of mind.

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Expert Home Care in Bridgewater, NJ

At Expert Home Care, we pride ourselves on offering the very best in-home healthcare. We serve clients in Bridgewater, NJ, making their daily lives easier and increasing the number of things they can accomplish throughout their day with just a bit of help from our professional caregivers.

We know it is important to you that your loved one remains in their home with their belongings and memories, rather than an assisted living facility and therefore we make this possible.

Dealing with a family member who is aging can be difficult to navigate. However, do not fear. You are not alone. Expert Home Care is here to help.

Expert Home Care’s Caregivers provide the following services:

Feel free to contact us at any time to get more information on the services we offer.

What types of services can a home care agency in Bridgewater, NJ provide?

Expert Home Care in Bridgewater, NJ can assess the needs of your loved one and send a caregiver to their home to help them. They can assign one, or several caregivers to your loved one depending on how much care they need and the exact services they need. Expert Home Care will also periodically supervise their caregivers and provide back-up services around Bridgewater if needed.

What Should You Look For in a Good Home Care Agency in Bridgewater, NJ?

When you begin contacting home care agencies in Bridgewater, NJ you need to make sure they have experience managing the exact type of senior care your loved one needs.

Expert Home Care has been providing a wide variety of home care services in Bridgewater, NJ since 1985.

Ask specific questions about how their caregivers manage things like mobility, medication prompting, emergency situations and the frequency in which they update you on how your loved one is doing.

Also ask how often they will supervise their caregivers and what procedures you should follow if you need back-up care or are dissatisfied with how care is being provided.

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Home Care in Bridgewater NJ in Somerset County New Jersey
Home Care in Bridgewater NJ in Somerset County New Jersey

New Jersey is a northeastern U.S. state with some 130 miles of Atlantic coast. Jersey City, across the Hudson River from Lower Manhattan, is the site of Liberty State Park, where ferries embark for nearby Ellis Island, with its historic Immigration Museum, and the iconic Statue of Liberty. The Jersey Shore includes notable resort towns like historic Asbury Park and Cape May, with its preserved Victorian buildings. ― Google

Home Care in Bridgewater NJ in Somerset County New Jersey
Home Care in Bridgewater NJ in Somerset County New Jersey

Location of Bridgewater in Somerset County, New Jersey

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About Bridgewater, New Jersey

Bridgewater Township is a township in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. The township is both a regional hub for Central New Jersey and a major bedroom suburb of New York City in the much larger New York Metropolitan Area, located within the heart of the Raritan Valley region. Wikipedia

General Information About Bridgewater

  • Area: 32.36 mi²
  • Elevation: 138′
  • Population: 44,646 (2018)
  • Area rank: 76th of 565 in state; 4th of 21 in county
  • Area codes: Area code 732, Area code 908

The Van Horne House was built c. 1750 and served as the headquarters for General Benjamin Lincoln in the spring of 1777, during the American Revolutionary War, in particular the Battle of Bound Brook. Later, it served as the headquarters for General William Alexander, Lord Stirling during the second Middlebrook encampment (1778–79). It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002 for its locally significant Colonial Revival architecture from 1937 to 1944.[142]

The Van Veghten House was built c. 1725 and served as the headquarters for Quartermaster General Nathanael Greene during the second Middlebrook encampment. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and noted as representing “one of the few remaining Raritan River mansions”.[143]

Places of worship in Bridgewater include churches for a number of Christian denominations; Temple Sholom, a Conservative Jewish synagogue formed in 1966;[144] Sri Venkateswara Temple, a Hindu temple inaugurated in 1998;[145] and the Garden State Sikh Association Gurudwara, a Sikh temple.[146]

People who were born in, residents of, or otherwise closely associated with Bridgewater Township include:

Popular culture

Superfund cleanup site

In August 2011, Hurricane Irene submerged the former American Cyanamid Superfund site, causing chemicals to leak into the nearby Raritan River. It could cost Pfizer up to $205 million and take a decade to clean up nearly all of the contaminated American Cyanamid site in Bridgewater—of which 560 acres (230 ha) are in the township and 10 acres (4.0 ha) are in Bound Brook—according to a company study awaiting federal approval.[149][150]

Mosque settlement

In early 2011, the application was made to turn the former inn/reception center, the Redwood Inn, into a mosque, the town’s first.[151] The township council passed an ordinance that required houses of worship, country clubs, and other such businesses only be built on locations with access to major roads, which would directly impact the application by the mosque.[152] The planning board immediately dismissed the application, averting state statute that would become effective on May 5 that would have made rejection much more difficult. The applicant, Al Falah Center, then filed a lawsuit against the township.[153]

In December 2014, the case was settled out of court, with the township agreeing to purchase a 15-acre (6.1 ha) lot between Routes 202-206 and Route 287 for $2.75 million and give it to the organization to build a mosque, as well as provide $5 million paid by its insurer for reimbursement for legal fees and alleged damages. In return, the case was dropped and the township was given ownership of the original Mountaintop Road property, with the zoning ordinance law left intact.[154]


Bridgewater contains a number of communities and sections, many of which do not have officially defined boundaries. They include:
  • Bradley Gardens: Located in southwestern Bridgewater, bordered on the east by Raritan and Branchburg to the west. This is one of Bridgewater’s older residential areas but also includes some newer developments as well as a commercial area along Old York Road.
  • North Branch (eastern portion): Most of North Branch is in Branchburg, but a portion lies to the east of the North Branch of the Raritan River, in Bridgewater Township.
  • Finderne: Located in southeastern Bridgewater between Bound Brook and Somerville. This is a diverse area with older neighborhoods bordering Foothill Road, newer developments, multi-unit housing near the Raritan River/Manville border, as well as commercial and industrial areas. The Middlebrook Crossing industrial park, the Promenade shopping center, and TD Bank Ballpark, home to the Somerset Patriots, are located here.
  • Thomae Park: In the extreme eastern portion of Bridgewater, bordering Bound Brook and Middlesex. Residents there have a Bound Brook ZIP Code. One of their main attractions is Thomae Park, which has a playground, basketball court, baseball field, and hiking trail.
  • Green Knoll: Located in central Bridgewater, this is a residential area with many major commercial developments and government facilities, including the Bridgewater Commons Mall at the intersection of U.S. Route 22 and U.S. Route 202206, a large office park west of the Commons across 202–206, the municipal building and police station, and Bridgewater-Raritan High School.
  • Country Club/Meadow Road Area: This area is referred to by some as the “Country Club-Meadow Road area” or similar names, after the major north–south streets there. Some also refer to it as “the Van Holten area” after the elementary school located there. It borders Bedminster and Branchburg.
  • Milltown/Vanderveer Road Area: This area is known to some as the “Milltown-Vanderveer” area. The area is northeast of Bradley Gardens bordering Raritan and Branchburg. It is mainly a residential community with many new homes. Due to the large Asian American community living in the Vanderveer Road area, this area is sometimes known as “Chindia.”[35]
  • Martinsville: Located in northeastern Bridgewater near Warren Township and Bernards Township. This is an affluent, predominantly residential area, though it does have its own commercial center along Washington Valley Road, and its own post office and ZIP Code. This also is a very hilly area; it is the portion of Bridgewater through which the Watchung Mountains pass.
  • Sunset Lake: Built around a man-made lake in the extreme northern part of Bridgewater, near the interchange of Interstate 287 and Interstate 78. Some of its residents have the Basking Ridge ZIP Code 07920.

Driving Directions from Bridgewater, NJ to Expert Home Care

Our caregivers are located all over the state of New Jersey, with many close to Bridgewater. However, for directions to our office, see below.

Bridgewater Township,
New Jersey

Take N Bridge St and Grove St to US-22 E
4 min (1.5 mi)

Continue on US-22 E. Take I-287 S to River Rd in Piscataway. Take exit 9 from I-287 S
7 min (6.8 mi)

Get on NJ-18 S
5 min (3.3 mi)

Follow NJ-18 S to Burnet St in New Brunswick. Take the exit toward New Brunswick/New St/NJ-27/Commercial Ave from NJ-18 S
2 min (1.6 mi)

Take New St to George St
1 min (0.4 mi)

Expert Home Care, Inc.
317 George St Suite 320, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Frequently Asked Questions About Home Care in Bridgewater, NJ

Hospitals are discharging patients earlier than ever and charging more than ever! Home Health Care provides a more cost-effective, comforting alternative. In fact, studies have shown that patients do better at home both physically and psychologically. LIVE-IN care provides continuity of care and peace-of-mind for patient and family.

ASK ALL AGENCIES! – Are you licensed? Are you accredited? Are your aides certified by the State? Do you perform criminal and DMV checks against your aides? Do you provide RN (Nursing) supervision? Does your agency take care of complete employee payroll responsibilities? Do you provide a Free in home consultation? The answer to all of these with Expert Home Care is YES!

NJ law requires all Health Care Service Firms to be accredited by an approved accrediting body. Expert is accredited by the National Institute for Home Care Accreditation (NIHCA). This mean that we are responsible and accountable to the high standards of NIHCA for operating a home care business and providing care.

Expert Home Care is a private pay agency. This means we cannot accept Medicaid or Medicare for payment. We can provide assistance if you have Long-term care insurance.

Yes. Most aides will stay for several weeks before taking some time off. He or she will arrange for a substitute through the agency. You will be informed by the aide and agency regarding the details of any time-off requests. We will then contact you directly with the substitute aides name.

A private room with comfortable bed and space for personal belongings as well as 3 meals per day. Labor laws require live-in aides to get 8 hours of sleep per night and breaks for meals and personal time.

Yes, Expert Home Care covers all wages, payroll taxes and Workmans Compensation Insurance. We handle all the required deductions and tax filings with the government authorities.

As is industry standard, Expert Home Care bills on a weekly basis with payment due upon receipt each week. We also require a one week deposit with all new service agreements. For your convenience, we accept personal checks and direct bank debit. We can also provide assistance if you have Long-term care insurance. We do not accept Medicare or Medicaid.

Expert requests a 2 to 3 day notice to make a placement. HOWEVER, we do understand how quickly a need can develop and so we are frequently able to make a placement within 24 hours. Ask about our 48 Hour Caregiver Guarantee.

Yes – All of our personnel have been extensively screened through in-depth interviews and reference checking, and are certified by the Board of Nursing as Home Health Aides. Expert also performs criminal and motor vehicle background checks.

Yes, all cases are seen by our RN who will conduct an initial patient assessment and create a care plan for the aide to follow. Thereafter, the RN will visit at least every 60 days to re-assess the patient needs and supervise the aide. In between visits an RN will call to speak with both aide and patient or family member to ascertain that everything is satisfactory with the care being rendered.

Yes, in fact we highly encourage this. This gives each party the opportunity to get to know one another and ask questions before any commitments are made. We can arrange interviews in our office or at your home.

Yes, in fact we highly encourage this. This gives each party the opportunity to get to know one another and ask questions before any commitments are made. We can arrange interviews in our office or at your home.

Yes. Expert requires all of its employees to complete a minimum of 12 hours of In-Service training a year. This training meets all OSHA requirements.

No. Expert will respect your privacy as mandated by HIPAA.

Although Expert provides personalized and unique home-health care services that differentiate us from the competition, our rates remain very competitive with, and often lower than, our competitors!

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