NJ Home Health Care Aide Service Agency Expansion Announced

New Brunswick, NJ home health care aide agency Expert Home Care has expanded services in Middlesex, Mercer, Morris, Monmouth, Ocean Counties & surrounding areas, offering 24/7 & hourly assistance.

New Brunswick, United States - March 15, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Expert Home Care of New Jersey, a home health care agency based in New Brunswick, announced an expansion in response to increased demand for its services. The NJ accredited agency is able to provide high-quality home care, companionship, Alzheimer’s care and other services for clients in Middlesex, Mercer, Morris, Monmouth, and Ocean Counties, working with a diverse team of licensed, certified and background checked caregivers to ensure high standards of service quality.

More information can be found at https://www.experthomecare.com.

The private duty agency is currently one of the largest home care providers in New Jersey, having served thousands of clients in its more than 34 years of operation.

Clients benefit from working with a NJ licensed caregiver who has been thoroughly background checked and has undergone extensive, expert training. Expert Home Care can provide hourly services as well as complete assistance via live-in care for extended periods of times.

The NJ caregivers can stay 7 days a week in the client’s home, for up to several weeks at a time. Personal care service plans can include everything from meal preparation to assistance with ambulation and transfer from bed to wheelchair, grooming and bathing assistance, and various others, depending on the needs of each client.

Professional assistance for Alzheimer’s patients is also available, the agency working closely with each client and their families to create a personalized assistance plan adapted to their needs.

A satisfied client said: “We’ve been very happy with the service and care provided by Expert Home Care. Dorothy has been caring for my 95 year old father for the past few months had he’s been very happy. He’s gained weight, which is good, and enjoys her company. They get along well and I feel he’s in safe hands. When Dorothy takes a weekend off, Expert Home Care provides substitutes who are equally as good. We would definitely recommend their services.”

Interested parties seeking home health care service aides in New Jersey can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website and by calling the agency at (732) 937-5320.

Contact Info:
Name: Frank Esposito
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Organization: Expert Home Care, Inc.
Address: 317 George Street #320, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, United States
Phone: +1-732-937-5320
Website: https://www.experthomecare.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 492847

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