Helpful Resources

Njconsumeraffairs.gov – Governmental agency that is responsible for protecting the public “from fraud, deceit and misrepresentation in the sale of goods and services.” All home care agencies in New Jersey must be registered with this organization as a “Health Care Service Firm”

Bergen County Division of Senior Services – The Division of Senior Services is the primary planning, coordinating and funding agency for senior programs and services, promoting the well-being, health and independence of Bergen County’s more than 190,000 older adults. The Division targets especially those vulnerable and in greatest social and economic need. As the lead agency for the Bergen County’s Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC), the Division helps older adults, individuals with special needs over the age of 18, and their Care Partners, access the complex, long-term care, community-based, health and human services.

Medicare – Get direct access to your Medicare benefits, eligibility information, and enrollment for drug prescription plans and more. You can also find preventative health information here.

Alzheimer’s Association Greater New Jersey Chapter – Our mission is to help and support people with Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders and their Care Partners in the fourteen counties we serve in Central and Northern New Jersey. We offer Programs and Services to help in dealing with every aspect of the disease and engage with professionals to enhance knowledge and awareness of its effects on our communities.

AARP – Driving Assessment

Home Care Association of America – (HCAOA) is the nation’s first association for providers of home care. We ensure all members adhere to specific standards – providing the highest quality of care to their clients, while maintaining a professional and supportive work environment for their employees. HCAOA was founded on the principle that quality home care has one model of care and that model is to employ, train, monitor and supervise Care Partners, create a plan of care for the client and work toward a safe and secure environment for the person at home.

HCAOA Mission – We are the trusted voice of the home care industry, strengthening our members through advocacy, education and research.

National Institutes of Health – a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency – making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.

Caregiving – Insights, Information, Inspirations

Home Care & Hospice Association of NJ – non-profit Association which represents and advocates for the full scope of home care and hospice agencies in our state. The Association was founded in 1973 by a group of New Jersey home health agencies. Since that time it has continued to grow, while still providing the same advocacy and education for which it was founded.

Senior Citizen Services of Fair Lawn, NJ – The Fair Lawn Senior Center: An activity center for older adults aged 60 years and above. Information about the Fair Lawn Senior Advisory Committee can be provided by the calling the Senior Center at 201-796-1191.

We Are Proud Members Of

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The Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) is the nation’s first association for providers of home care. We ensure all members adhere to specific standards – providing the highest quality of care to their clients, while maintaining a professional and supportive work environment for their employees. HCAOA was founded on the principle that quality home care has one model of care and that model is to employ, train, monitor and supervise Care Partners, create a plan of care for the client and work toward a safe and secure environment for the person at home.

  • HCAOA Mission – We are the trusted voice of the home care industry, strengthening our members through advocacy, education and research.
  • HCAOA Vision – Home care empowers all those in need to live their great lives wherever they call home.
  • HCAOA Purpose – To provide leadership, representation and education for the advancement of home care and provide a strong unified voice to speak to the issues of concern within the home care industry.
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The Commission on Accreditation for Home Care (CAHC) has been setting the standards for quality home care services since 1986.

CAHC is proud to be dedicated to home care providers in delivering the highest standard of service to our local communities and families.

We bring in-depth knowledge of state legislation, rules and regulations, and share ongoing collaborative relationships with state home care governance authorities. Our families and friends count on CAHC for its seal of approval when they choose a home care provider. Our goal is to help your agency meet and maintain industry standards and best practices. We’re focused on helping you succeed rather than just uncovering deficiencies.