2016-11-09 / Federation

Aleph Home Care is here to help

When our parents get older, they often rely on their adult children for assistance. That could mean driving them around, running their errands, administering medical treatments, and providing emotional support. This dependency can start at a moment’s notice. That’s where Aleph Home Care can help. Whether it’s providing one hour of service, or 24/7 live-in care, Aleph is there when you need us to help clients with compassion and dignity. We feel great pride when our clients are able to express the ways Aleph has helped them adjust.

A letter from an Aleph Home Care Client:

Knowing that your parents are aging and face health challenges is something we all come to understand as we get older. As issues progress, it becomes challenging trying to help them make the correct decisions, especially when not able to be physically present. We have to rely on doctor’s recommendations and our parents being able to follow through with them on a daily basis. It was when our parents found these tasks too difficult and frustrating that we asked Aleph Home Care to help. One is never prepared for the challenges we face with elderly parents, and trusting an organization of individuals to step in can become complicated. The care and compassion that we have experienced from the professionals at Aleph has surpassed our highest expectations. Not only have they addressed every concern, from physical and mental health, to emotional and personal needs, but are always there committed to help our parents with each problem that might arise. Communication to the entire family is ongoing, as well as phone calls and detailed emails.

We all feel very fortunate and appreciative for all of the love, care and concern shown to our parents. There is now never a question as to decisions that are made, and we feel confident to be able to consider the Aleph professionals members of our family.

Learn all of the ways Aleph Home Care of Southern New Jersey can make sure everything will be OK at alephsnj.org or call (856) 685-5700.

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