Finding the right assistance can be overwhelming. We’re here to help.
The VNA of Somerset Hills offers specialized services and information to support caregivers and assist with the important decisions and daily burdens of caring for a disabled or elderly loved one. Whether you need care assistance in the home, relief from the stress and demands of caregiving or just the support of others in a similar situation, our knowledgeable and understanding staff will guide you through the options.
ADULT DAY CLUB
Our Adult Day Center offers a supportive and enriching environment that enhances the quality of life for its members. An experienced and caring staff develops person-centered care plans that are tailored to meet the physical, emotional, and social needs of our members. As caregiver, you’ll also benefit with freedom to go to work, handle personal business or just relax knowing your loved one is well cared for and safe. Learn More
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
Our caregiver support group is designed to help caregivers like yourself cope with caring for an elderly or disabled loved one through constant, unbiased support from peers, educational programs, and discussion of stress and stress management techniques. The group meets twice a month. Learn More
Respite Care offers families short-term relief from the everyday fatigue and stress of caring for a frail elder or disabled adult. Services may include one or more of the following: companion; certified homemaker-home health aide; social and medical adult day care; and vacation and emergency respite. Caregiver contribution for respite care ranges from 0 to 50% of the cost of service based on the care recipient’s or care recipient and spouse’s income and assets.To learn more, contact our Respite Care Coordinator, Debra Massa, at 908-766-0180 ext 110.
PRIVATE CARE HOURLY AND LIVE-IN SERVICES
We offer our patients and their caregivers an opportunity to supplement services covered by health insurance policies. Certified home health aides provide the extra assistance with daily care needed to help your loved ones recovering or living with an illness or disability. Learn More
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BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
We offer a Bereavement Support Group to all members of the community who are grieving following the loss of a loved one. Learn More
For further information about any of these programs or to discuss options for your own caregiving situation, call us today at 908-766-0180.