Home Care Services
Home health aides and ancillary services address a range of needs to maintain people safely and comfortably in their homes. Programs for at-risk families assist with household management and parenting issues.
For Information about WJCS' Home Care Services, contact: Sheila Rabideau, Asst. Exec. Dir., Home Health Services - Phone: 914-761-0600 x312 Email:email@example.com
Home Health Services (HHS) of WJCS is an accredited, New York State Licensed Home Care Service Agency that provides a wide-range of services to people in their places of residence in Westchester County and the Bronx.
Personal Care Aides and Certified Home Health Care Aides, under the supervision of Registered Nurses, provide Personal Care Services to individuals who are unable to perform personal care services including (but are not limited to): bathing, grooming, dressing, ambulation assistance, transferring, toileting, meal planning, feeding, cooking, marketing, medication reminders, range of motion exercises, light housekeeping, assistance negotiating the community and socialization. The primary focus of the program is to maintain community living in a manner that is safe and preserves the dignity of the client and family. HHS staff is available around the clock in the event of an emergency. Learn more
COMPANION SERVICES are available for persons with special needs who are residing in various congregate settings, i.e., nursing homes, hospitals and adult homes. The Companion aide provides supervision and socialization as an adjunct to regular facility services and provides peace of mind for families concerned for their loved ones when they are unavailable.
WJCS is a key community partner in the innovative Gramatan Village, Inc. project in
the greater Bronxville area. Based on the pioneering Beacon Hill Village in Boston,
Gramatan Village gives residents in the area access to services that will allow them to
remain safely and confidently in their homes as they age. Learn more
Project Time-Out has provided in-home respite services to Westchester families
caring for either a dependent older person or a child who is mentally retarded or
developmentally disabled since 1982. Respite allows the caregivers the opportunity to
attend to medical appointments, social and recreational activities or business
matters, while providing stimulating companionship, supervision and socialization to the
client. Learn more>
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