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Helping Hands HomeCare

Non-medical senior care is available to meet every budget and need at Helping Hands Homecare in Clark, New Jersey. Hourly and live-in senior care services are available from our certified team of home health aides.

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Enjoy the care you need in the comfort of your own home with our qualified nursing aids. Your caregiver is available to live with you to provide one-on-one personal services that help you maintain your independence. With individual live-in services, your personal caregiver works with you on a two weeks on, two days off schedule. On their two days off, another aid comes in to assist you.

Providing Home Care Services in Clark, Westfield, Cranford, Scotch Plains, Rahway, Linden, Summit, Edison, Elizabeth, Mountainside and all of Northern and Central NJ.


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