Home Care Assistance wants to change the way the world ages. To achieve that, we offer all our southern New Jersey patients the programs, treatments, and committed care that will help them to live happier, healthier lives in the comfort of their own homes. Our high level of care is reflected in the work of our trained and talented caregivers, the standards of our exceptional care, and the positive, balanced approach we bring to every situation. We want to focus our efforts on the needs of aging adults and give them the independence, comfort, and improved cognitive function they deserve.
The caregivers at Home Care Assistance stand at the heart of what we do. The Home Health Aides provide compassion, caring, and dedication in all circumstances, and use their expert training to improve our patients’ quality of life.
Balanced Care Method
Our Balanced Care Method is based on scientific studies done on the aging population of Okinawa, Japan. The residents there live longer, fuller, healthier lives than anywhere on earth, and we want to bring the secret of their longevity home to you.
Cognitive Therapeutics Method
Our Cognitive Therapeutics Methods can slow the onset of dementia and restore cognitive function to aging patients. We use these methods to help the elderly retain their independence and give them a sense of accomplishment.
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Client Care Manager
Before embarking on a new and personally rewarding career at Home Care Assistance, Phil D’ Angelo spent 25 years honing his problem solving skills. Phil has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in business management and he also earned a master’s degree in information systems. Team building was essential to Phil’s success, his dedication to leading his teams has served him well. Phil’s desire to understand the challenges, the desired outcomes and being able to work with a diverse group of people are just a few of his strengths.
Our head nurse, Marian, is an amazing woman with a terrific husband, three kids and five grandchildren. Marian has had an extensive career in the nursing profession, attending Sewickley Valley Hospital (SVH) School of Nursing in Western Pennsylvania and then going on to work as a Staff Nurse in the Intensive/Coronary Care Unit post-graduation. Marian excelled at her job and became the Head Nurse of the Step Down Unit at SVH before moving to New Jersey.