Allowing our clients to safely and independently remain in their own home – with dignity.
Do you have an elderly parent or know of an elderly individual who is becoming less capable of doing household tasks, such as vacuuming and grocery shopping, but could remain in their own home if they had a little help? Do you live too far from them or are physically limited in the ways that you can help?
The Chore Program may help prevent premature institutionalization. It assists low income seniors, and younger, disabled adults with light household chores. This two-hour service is provided two to four times a month by a Chore Home Assistant.
Do you know a Senior Citizen who needs a window replaced or someone who needs a grab bar or a health & safety assessment of their home or a Person with Disabilities who is incapable of maintaining their house?
The Fix-It Program provides minor home repairs to residents of Morris County including seniors, low income families, and persons with disabilities.
Who will be around when your elderly parent encounters an unforeseen incident or emergency?
You know how important it is to feel secure and independent when dealing with a chronic illness, recovering from surgery or just coping with the natural course of aging. The Hope Connection will help your elderly parents connect with the ones they love and the ones they need when you cannot be with them, so they can remain independent at home while assuring that early medical intervention and personal assistance are close at hand.
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Home Safety Modifications For Your Loved Ones!
Hope House’s Operation Fix-It Aging In Place Specialists will come and talk with you about safety issues.
call for more information at 973-361-5555 x 130