Elder Care in Flemington, New Jersey
Comfort Keepers® of Flemington, NJ is the leading provider of in-home care, offering customized services to meet the unique needs of your loved ones.
At Comfort Keepers, our greatest wish is for our in-home care services to provide seniors with a sense of peace and security, so they can continue to live comfortable and safe in the comfort of their own home.
Having the ability to remain in the comfort of their own home for as long as possible is very important for most seniors. Comfort Keepers® can help make this a reality. Our dedicated caregivers, the special people we call Comfort Keepers®, transform day-to-day home care services into opportunities for meaningful conversation and activities that engage and enrich the lives of seniors physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally. We call this Interactive Caregiving™. The goal is to improve the quality of life and help seniors to maintain their independence for as long as possible. Examples of Interactive Caregiving™ include walks in the park or around the neighborhood, working together on hobbies and puzzles, playing word games, reading, trips to the community center and the most important exercise of all- simple conversation. Comfort Keepers® still delivers the essential home care services such as light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, companionship, bathing, grooming and feeding; but it is Interactive Caregiving™ that caregivers and clients believe makes all the difference.
Comfort Keepers® of Flemington, NJ has been providing home care services for families in Flemington and all of Hunterdon, Warren, and Somerset Counties since 2006. We believe there is nothing more important than helping seniors live full, independent and safe lives within the comfort of their own homes. We work closely with families to customize a plan that provides a perfect balance of services, from as little as three hours a visit to full-time, 24/7 around-the-clock home care. More importantly, we will treat your loved one with respect and dignity, as if they were a member of our own family.
How Comfort Keepers® Can Help?
Personal Care Services include assistance with the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and household duties essential to the client’s health and comfort. Specially trained caregivers are available to provide personal care services for your loved ones. Assistance with bathing, grooming, hygiene, feeding, medication reminders, positioning, transferring, toileting, incontinence care, and mobility assistance are examples of personal care.
Personal Care Services includes assistance with personal hygiene such as help with bathing, grooming, feeding, medication reminders, positioning, toileting, incontinence care, and mobility assistance.
In Home Companionship Services includes companionship, conversation, meal planning, meal preparation, light housekeeping, incidental transportation, grocery shopping and errand services. Our in home companionship service focuses on the social aspect of caregiving, preventing loneliness and the consequences of a life in isolation, such as anxiety and depression.
Alzheimer’s Care and Dementia Care is provided by caregivers who have taken specific training to better comprehend Alzheimer’s and dementia. These compassionate and professional caregivers are trained in the latest approaches to help patients with the challenges of cognitive difficulties.
Interactive Caregiving™ transforms day-to-day home care services into opportunities for meaningful conversation and activities that engage and enrich the lives of seniors physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally.
Live-In Care Home Care is a cost effective service to help keep your loved one in the comfort of home for as long as possible. Our live-in home care assures family members peace of mind, preventing gaps in coverage for individuals who may be at risk when unattended, such as those in need of Alzheimer's care or dementia care. Our live-in home care is also available for those requiring full time assistance from post-hospital care, for those with a high risk of falls, bed bound clients, assistance with hospice support or simply for those who do not wish to live alone.
24-Hour Care ensures your loved one is provided with full-time care- twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days of the year. Our caregivers will work in shifts to ensure the highest possible level of care is provided and giving you peace of mind that your loved one is safe and well taken care of at all times.
Transitional Care. Seniors recovering at home after a hospital stay often need advanced home care to gain independence as soon as possible. With us, your loved one can get back on their feet in no time, reduce the risk of additional health problems, and prevent hospital readmission.
Respite Care Services support both seniors and their primary family caregivers. When you need some time for yourself or start feeling the burdens of caregiving, our highly skilled caregivers can step in and take care of your loved one while you get some much-needed rest.
End-of-Life Care supports you and your loved one by working with a hospice agency or medical provider to fully meet the family’s end-of-life care and palliative care needs. We will help care for your loved one, as well as assist around the house and provide the family with emotional and moral support.
Comfort Keepers® of Flemington is accredited by the National Institute for Home Care Accreditation (NIHCA). The National Institute for Home Care Accreditation is an essential tool to finding a safe, reliable, quality home care provider. Because, NIHCA accredited home care providers have met stringent standards of care designed with consumer protection as a central purpose.
When your loved one begins their journey with Comfort Keepers®, our team of professionals will consult with you and other family members to make sure that the proposed plan is indeed the best one for your loved one. We personalize our home care services to match the specific needs of each client, scheduling in-home care services for as little as three hours a visit all the way to full-time, 24/7 around-the-clock care. We will be with you and your loved one every step of the way. Changes and modifications to this plan can be introduced anytime. You can rest assure that your loved one will always receive the care, assistance, and support that Comfort Keepers® is known for both nationally and locally.
For more information on the elder care services we provide, or to learn the many ways Comfort Keepers® of Flemington, NJ can help your senior loved ones remain in the comfort of their own home, contact us at (908) 806-2220 or Toll Free at (877) 806-2220. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. We will be able to provide answers to your specific questions as well as schedule a complementary in-home visit so you can meet with a Client Care Coordinator. This visit is the first step in developing a mutual sense of trust and respect that will yield professional, compassionate home care and peace of mind not only for the actual client, but also the extended circle of family and friends. It would be an honor to show you the Comfort Keepers® way.
Comfort Keepers® is located at 160 Main Street in historical Flemington, New Jersey. The Comfort Keepers® team is actively involved in the community and volunteers on various Boards and committees including the Hunterdon County Senior Coalition, the Hunterdon County Community Services Council, the Hunterdon County Ethics Committee, the Dr. Orlie Pell Fund, and Volunteer Guardianship One on One.
Our highly trained caregivers also assist seniors and other adults with reliable transportation, ensuring that they get to their favorite Hunterdon County destinations. Whether it's enjoying breakfast together at the Country Griddle or relaxing over a cup of hot tea at Teaberry's Tea Room on Main Street, our caregivers are always able to assist. Our caregivers can take your loved one grocery shopping at the Shop Rite on Route 202 or to a doctor’s appointment on Wescott Drive. If your loved one wishes to take part in any of the activities offered at the Hunterdon County Senior Center on Gauntt Place or Briteside Adult Day Center, our caregivers can accompany them. Even if it's for a simple trip to visit historic Main Street in downtown Flemington to see a classic car show or enjoy lunch at Theresa's Cafe. Tucked away on 117 Broad Street, Theresa's Cafe is one of Flemington's best kept secrets.
Our professional caregivers are carefully selected and screened-including extensive background and reference checks. Because they are our employees, they are insured, bonded and covered by our workers’ compensation. All to ensure you and your family have peace of mind. Families can rest easy, knowing that their loved-ones are in the best hands in the in-home care industry.
About Flemington, NJ:
Flemington, New Jersey is a thriving town with a unique historical past. Before European settlement, the fertile land that comprises Flemington, as was all of Hunterdon County, was the territory of the Lenni Lenape Native Americans. In 1712, as part of a land parcel of 9,170 acres, the Flemington area was acquired by William Penn and Daniel Coxe. In 1785, Flemington was chosen as the County Seat of Hunterdon County. Fire destroyed the old courthouse in 1826 and the City of Lambertville made an ultimately unsuccessful attempt to have the seat relocated there. Flemington remained the County Seat and the Courthouse which still stands today on Main Street was built. In 1856, the Hunterdon County Agricultural society purchased 40 acres of land to host the County Fair. The fair was held every year at the Flemington Fairgrounds which also was the site of Flemington Fair Speedway. In 2003, the County Fair adopted a new name, the Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair, and moved to the South County Park in East Amwell Township
On January 2, 1935, the "Trial of the Century" got underway in Flemington. Bruno Richard Hauptmann was charged with kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh's baby boy. Journalists from around the world stayed at the Union Hotel and filed phone reports from its bar, lobby and rooms. Both Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were called as witnesses. Charles testified that he recognized Hauptmann's voice from the night that he and Condon had delivered the ransom money to the cemetery. When Hauptmann took the stand he denied all involvement with the crimes. He went on to say that he had been beaten by the police and was forced to alter the way he wrote so that his handwriting matched the writing on the ransom note. Testimony ended in early February 1935. Following 11 hours of deliberation, the jury found Hauptmann guilty of murder in the first degree. Bruno Richard Hauptmann was put to death in the electric chair on April 3, 1936.