Expert Home Care is pleased to announce the publication of information about the benefits of live-in senior care while the COVID-19 protocols and risks continue to be prevalent. The need for home care today is as strong or stronger than ever before, but the outbreak of the coronavirus has caused many families to be concerned about increased risk when caregivers are coming in and out of the patient’s home. Expert has published information about a viable solution to come-and-go care for seniors — live-in care.
The live-in home care for seniors and elders in New Jersey service is a safe option for home care services for several reasons. The same caregiver provides the services seven days per week, which significantly reduces exposure risk over an hourly caregiver coming in and out daily. The home environment is controlled, secure, and safe, and there is continuity of care from a single person who learns the routines and preferences of the patient. The caregiver is transported to the patient’s door and is pre-screened before meeting the patient.
More information is available at http://experthomecare.com/
The service area includes Red Bank, Monroe Township, Lakewood, Flemington, Montclair, Livingston, Princeton, Bridgewater, Summit, Hillsborough, Stockton, Morristown, and Edison. The company has been specializing in this service for 37 years and has received the Best of Home Care Award by Home Care Pulse for ten years in a row. Other awards and certifications include an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau of NJ and accreditation by the National Institute for Home Care Accreditation. Expert is one of the largest private-pay providers of life in-home health care services in New Jersey.
The services include free in-home consultation and respite, hospice, short, or long-term care for chronically frail or ill patients recovering from surgery or illness or who are disabled. The service can be provided with no long-term commitments or contracts until the virus concerns are reduced.
About the Facility:
Expert Home Care has been operating in the home health care industry since 1985. While the coronavirus is causing restrictions and challenges, the agency recommends that live-in providers provide in-home services. Every precaution is taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to the most vulnerable populations.