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In Home Senior Care in Frelinghuysen Township, New Jersey

Compassionate End-of-Life Care by Comfort Keepers® of Flemington, NJ.

Having an elderly loved one diagnosed with a condition that creates a limited-life expectancy can prove to be very challenging for everyone in the family. Typically, family members wish to spend their remaining days with their loved one in the family home rather than in a hospice or nursing home. While in many cases this is better for the loved one, it can be significantly physically, mentally, and emotionally draining on the rest of the family. Our compassionate caregivers are available to step-in to provide you and your family with a wide range of personal and companionship services designed to help take the burden away from you and your family so you can spend as much time possible with your loved one.


How Comfort Keepers® Can Help?

At Comfort Keepers® of Flemington, NJ, our in home care plans are carefully designed to be flexible so that they can meet the needs of both you and your family during this difficult time in your life. Our caregivers offer a range of personal care and companionship services, including:

  • Bathing, grooming, toileting and incontinence care
  • Feeding and special diet
  • Medication reminders
  • Mobility and positioning
  • Companionship and conversation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Respite care


Our ultimate goal with end-of-life care is to provide in-home care and comfort for your loved one and to help families make the most of their limited time together. We can also continue to provide support and assistance after your loved one has passed. Our compassionate caregivers can help families process their feelings of grief and loss by simply being there to listen. They can also assist with tasks such as organizing personal items and moving belongings.


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 services we provide, 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.




About Frelinghuysen Township, NJ:

Frelinghuysen Township was incorporated from portions of Hardwick Township on March 7, 1848.[3] According to the book Historical Sites of Warren County, the township was named for Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen, a minister and theologian of the Dutch Reformed Church who came to New Jersey in 1720. Theodorus was the grandfather of Theodore Frelinghuysen, the noted statesman, educator and running mate of presidential candidate Henry Clay on the Whig Party ticket in the 1844 election, who is also credited as the inspiration for the township's name.

About 24 square miles in area, the Township of Frelinghuysen offers an immensely varied prospect of mountains, valleys, rivers, marshes, rock ledges, and rolling farmland, as well as a history that is still very much in evidence—from old Indian camps near rivers and lakes to its several historic villages, many historic houses, and other structures, such as mills and lime kilns. Because the habitats of the Township are so varied and because, until recently, there has not been much development, the Township has a great diversity of wildlife and plant species. Of these habitats, the richest is probably the 565 acres at Mud Pond. At least 23 rare New Jersey plant species have been documented there, making this one of the most species-rich sites in the state. As many as 500 other native species have been found on this site as well.

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