“Despite a bad fall she had last month, my 87-year-old mother insists on remaining alone in her own home. Is that realistic?” – Adult daughter
An eleventh-hour crisis often prompts a frantic search for a home care provider. Whether the problem is a fall, a complication related to an illness, depression, or dementia, most elderly individuals will eventually need assistance of some kind – the kind most families are not equipped to provide.
We founded Garden State Eldercare in response to the increasing need for dependable, high quality, comprehensive programs of care and services for the elderly. Our company is owned and managed by us: elder care professionals with more than 25 years of health care experience in a variety of hospital, corporate health care and nonprofit settings. We know that the right home care services improve quality of life for the elderly, their families and the community at large. By drawing upon our extensive experience in elder care, we create the maximum benefit for our clients, their families and referring professionals. Call us at any time – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Prior to forming Garden State Eldercare, Kerry Boland was employed as Director of Operations for Senior Bridge (NY), a New York City-based company; as Quality Management Coordinator for Oxford Health Plans; and as a staff nurse at St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center.
Ethan Kassel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in Geriatric Care Management. Prior to forming Garden State Eldercare, he was employed as Director of Client Services for Senior Bridge (NY & NJ), as Geriatric Care Manager for Second Family Caregivers in New Jersey; and as Medical Social Worker for the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. Mr. Kassel is member of the Aging Life Care Association and served as President for the New Jersey chapter.
Garden State Eldercare. stands for the highest level of integrity and ethical standards in relation to business practices and direct service to the people and communities served by the organization.
Therefore, it is the policy of Garden State Eldercare to deliver service and conduct its business in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and ethical standards and have established mechanisms to ensure conformity with laws, regulations, program requirements and guidelines, and ethical business practices by its employees.
Garden State Eldercare adheres to the principles of truth in advertising, and all information accurately represents the organization’s scope of services provided, licenses, price claims or testimonials.