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Generations provides care through certified home health aides (CHHAs), who are specially trained and certified by the New Jersey Board of Nursing. Care can be long-term, short-term, live-in, or even occasional. A plan of care is developed for each patient by a Generations registered nurse, who regulates the CHHA’s activities.

In some cases, home care is provided outside the home, such as a hospital, assisted living facility or even a nursing home, where more specific and personal attention may be needed or desirable.

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