Certified Home Health Aide services from Nova Home Care & Staffing can allow your loved one to maintain dignity and independence in the privacy and comfort of their own home. As we get older, it can be difficult to do important tasks that were once quick and simple. If you are worried about a loved one after a surgery or they have simply become weak or forgetful and need a helping hand from time to time, a Certified Home Health Aide can be a solution that will provide you peace of mind and allow your loved one to continue living in their own home.
Home Health Aide Services at Nova Home Care & Staffing
The role of a Certified Home Health Aide can include anything from companionship to assistance with daily living. Home Health Aides at Nova Home Care & Staffing are all licensed by the New Jersey Board of Nursing. We go to great lengths to make sure our Certified Home Health Aides provide the best care possible for your loved one. We’ll break down some of the main tasks you can expect if you hire one of our home health aides.
Personal Care Needs
- Bedtime Preparations
- Light Housekeeping
- Meal Preparation
- Grocery Shopping & Errand Assistance
- Assistance to Doctors Appointments or Therapy
Safety, Injury Prevention and Reassurance
- Fall Prevention
- Ambulation & Transfer Assistance
- Medication Management and Reminders
- Friendship and Senior Companion Care
- Helping with Activities & Hobbies such as: Reading, Gardening, Cooking and more.
- Home Health Care Services Tailored to the Individual’s Needs.
How Much Does It Cost For Home Health Aide Services?
There is no way to provide a concrete estimate for home health aide services without first knowing the extent of the care that will be required and how much time a home health aide will be required in the home. Certain health insurance companies will help provide coverage for home health aide services, and veterans benefits can help mitigate some of the cost as well. If you would like to know more about the pricing of home health aide services, contact Nova today.
Are Home Health Aide Services Just for Seniors?
While home health aide services are typically utilized to help seniors, it can also be used for people with disabilities who need a helping hand around the house. A home health aide can also be helpful during post-op recovery where your loved one is bedridden for an extended period of time. Having post-operative care provided in your home can help with recuperation and establish normality as quickly as possible.
Around the Clock Home Health Aide Services
Home health care is extremely flexible in nature – it can vary greatly based on a person’s unique needs. Some people may only require a caregiver a few days a week for an ongoing period of time. Some people may need a little extra help while recovering from an ailment or after a surgery. Some home care providers may have a minimum hourly commitment to start care, or require you to sign a contract for a certain duration of time, so it’s important to ask any provider you consider.
At Nova Home Care & Staffing we have team members available to provide care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Some clients require overnight care for their own safety and well being. We’re proud to be around whenever you need us.
Are Health Aide Services Available For Nursing Homes or Assisted Living Communities?
Yes, Nova’s caregivers are available to provide companionship or personal health care services to those in nursing homes or assisted living communities who may be interested in more focused attention and personalized care.
For more information on this service, visit our page on private duty nursing care in health care facilities.
Home Health Aide Services in Monmouth County and Ocean County, NJ
If you are looking to hire a Certified Home Health Aide to care for a loved one, contact Nova Home Care & Staffing today. Skilled nursing services are also available with Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) or Registered Nurses (RN) for those who require more focused and advanced medical care.