Senior Home Health Aides Serving Camden County New Jersey
United Methodist Communities HomeWorks offers Senior Home Care Services in Camden County, New Jersey.
United Methodist Communities has been serving seniors living in Camden County for over 100 years, first, at our beautiful Collingswood Senior Community, and now inside your home through Homeworks.
UMC provides fully certified home health aides and companions to seniors across Camden County, NJ who wish to remain in their homes, but require some assistance with daily life.
You can use our services for as many hours as you need, from a couple hours on certain days to a full live-in arrangement. Our certified home health aides (CHHA) provide the support you need and demonstrate a true desire to make a difference in the lives of others. That’s because Our faith driven mission makes us work harder to do this right. We call it, “living the abundant life”.
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 supervised by a registered nurse (RN)
- Meal preparation
- Ambulation and exercise
- Light housekeeping and laundry
- Errands and shopping
- Transportation to medical appointments
UMC Home Health Aide Services in Camden County, NJ Are Affordable, Professional and Personal
Home health aides are carefully matched to the person under care. Because it’s all about that personal connection, we choose exactly the right home care aide for you, based on your needs. A professional will visit your home to do a Home Care Assessment and determine a unique strategy for helping you no matter how much or how little you need.
With UMC, you have access to services, health care professionals, an assisted living infrastructure should you need it, and even pastoral care – services other non-faith-based homecare agencies simply do not provide.
Despite this, our services cost no more than other professional New Jersey home care agencies and are flexible enough to cover any 24/7 schedule.
Elder Care with a United Methodist Communities Home Health Aide in Camden County, NJ
Simple Steps to Start Home Care with United Methodist Communities
Is easy! Call our Camden County, NJ team at 856-300-2424. Once you do, we follow a simple process to get help to you as quickly as possible.
Step 1 – You are visited by our Registered Nurse Supervisor.
Step 2 – A Care Plan is established and a compatible home health aide is selected.
Step 3 – Home care visits can start immediately and frequency is based on need. We can staff for in home respite care situations as well as daily care or 24/7 assistance.
Specialists in the Needs of Those with Dementia
Because of the unique challenges of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, United Methodist Communities HomeWorks developed a specialized dementia care program for our clients at home. We recognize that dementia is much more than memory impairment – it is “difficulty with thinking” which touches every aspect of our clients’ lives.
Our program emphasizes the abilities of the seniors, instead of their inabilities, which makes all the difference in their quality of life. Through our organization-wide Tapestries
® model of care, UMC has staked out a unique position on the treatment and comfort of seniors with dementia. We bring that understanding to your loved one, making their safety and quality of life a priority.
At United Methodist Communities HomeWorks, you can lean on us to help you face those challenges and keep your loved one at home for as long as possible. Certified home health aides assist seniors with a variety of care needs related to Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, arthritis, Parkinson’s, diabetes, depression, and other conditions. Our longstanding experience with memory care in our assisted living communities extends to people at home, allowing our home health aides to help seniors live with their conditions while maximizing their capabilities.
HomeWorks’ caregivers receive additional training focusing on:
- Staying engaged with their client.
- Managing unpredictable behaviors.
- Understanding body language and recognizing what their client is communicating.
- Breaking down activities into smaller, manageable steps.
- Honoring the unique wants and needs of the individual and allowing that to direct their care.