What We Offer
Non-medical senior care is available to meet every budget and need at Helping Hands Homecare in Clark, New Jersey. Hourly and live-in senior care services are available from our certified team of home health aides.
Quality Senior Care
Enjoy the care you need in the comfort of your own home with our qualified Home Health Aides. Your caregiver is available to live with you to provide one-on-one personal services that help you maintain your independence. With individual live-in services, your personal caregiver works with you on a two weeks on, two days off schedule. On their two days off, another aide comes in to assist you.
Around-the-clock service includes help with bathing, dressing, and laundry. Your Home Health Aide provides medication reminders and helps you set up and get to doctor appointments. Two levels of non-medical senior care are offered, companion and personal.
Companion & Personal Care
With companion care, you receive help with grocery shopping, laundry, light housekeeping, and have someone to talk to. The personal care option includes medication reminders, exercise, toileting, bathing, and dressing. A registered nurse is always on call for you to talk to, and supervise the Home Health Aide.
If you or an aging loved one are considering hiring home care in Summit, NJ, call the caring staff at Helping Hands Home Care today at 908-418-4299. Providing Home Care Services in all of Northern and Central NJ, including Clark, Westfield, Cranford, Scotch Plains, Rahway, Linden, Summit, Edison, Elizabeth, Mountainside and the surrounding areas.
After graduating from Seton Hall University with a BS in finance Helping Hands Homecare’s Owner / President, Robert D’Arienzo, went to work on Wall St. for six years. However, after Robert’s grandmother became ill with stomach cancer Robert and his family needed to find assistance in the home for her. After many trials and tribulations Robert could see that there was a great need for quality home care services here in NJ and loved the idea of being able to assist other families who were going through what his family went through with his beloved grandmother.
Thus, Robert had found his passion. After almost a year of preparation Robert opened Helping Hands Homecare in 2003. Robert wanted Helping Hands Homecare to focus on providing the highest quality of caregivers, exceptional customer service, and providing a service that familys could depend on in their time of need. Since then Helping Hands has assisted hundreds of individuals with the simplest of needs to more complex cases while preserving those standards set out many years ago.
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