Non Senior Care Services
Before Mandy was born, Joe and Lois knew they had a special child with special needs. Mandy was diagnosed with Down Syndrome while Lois was still pregnant. But Mandy's condition has never affected her determined spirit and keen sense of independence. As she entered her twenties, it was this independence that allowed Joe and Lois to help their daughter to move into her own apartment a few blocks away. Mandy's parents knew that she needed a little more supervision and assistance than a typical young adult. They also knew that Mandy would become defiant if she felt her parents were checking on her too often. That's why Joe and Lois introduced Mandy to Erica.
Erica is a Right at Home caregiver that stops by Mandy's apartment to make sure that she doesn't need anything and that things are going well. Mandy loves Erica's visits. The two of them visit for a couple of hours every few days while Erica helps Mandy with things around the house or takes her shopping. The whole experience has strengthened the relationship between Mandy and her parents, as well.
Ongoing Care Coordination
Once our client has returned home, our care coordination team gets to work. Our registered nurses oversee the work of the caregiver in the home to ensure that the proper care is being provided and that Right at Home of Central New Jersey is able to manage all of the client’s care needs.
A registered nurse will create the initial care plan, call every 30 days and visit either in person or via a telehealth visit every 60 days throughout the entire time your loved one is under our care.
LGBT Older Adult Project
Right at Home of Central New Jersey is proud to become a partner of Dr. Bradley in presenting the LGBT Older Adult Project training program.
Based on the research, Dr. Bradley developed a training curriculum for care agencies to understand and attend to the needs of LGBT elders. The program aims at creating a more gay-friendly care environment for all LGBT adults