Our home care services are designed to provide an enriching lifestyle for our clients, from the comfort of their homes

  • Hourly Care

Hourly home care allows clients to hire our caregivers on an hourly or as-needed basis. By helping with daily activities, our caregivers enable clients to maintain their normal daily routines and age in place.

  • Respite Care

Respite care supports you and your career by giving you a break for a short period of time. It can help give you the time and space to do things independently, out in the community, or in a care home for the aged.

  • Transportation

Transportation decisions that take place upstream affect our lives downstream. We all use various ways to get to work or school, to access healthy foods, and to do countless other things every day.

  • Discharge Coordination

Transitions between facilities and providers can expose patients to preventable errors and adverse events. Patient discharge from the intensive care unit (ICU) to acute care is one of the most challenging and high-risk transitions of care.

  • Overnight Care

Overnight care is when an expertly trained caregiver stays in your home overnight to meet your normal activities of daily living. Care needs don’t stop at the end of the working day – fortunately for many who need help, neither does caregiving.

  • Case Management

We employ the highest quality Case Managers to deliver full geographical coverage and excellent results. Through our model, every contact an employee receives is from a clinician specialized in absence management and return to work, ensuring all recommendations are specific and evidence-based.

  • Live-in Care

Live-in care helps you live the life you want on your own terms. By getting to know your preferences and routines, we’ll put a unique package of support in place with a carefully chosen caregiver. Together, we’ll help you stay in the home you know and love.

  • Supplemental Care

Supplemental health insurance comes in handy if you're short of cash and facing mounting health care bills. That may very well be the case even if you have health insurance, like Medicare.

  • Medication Management

This is especially important for those taking large numbers of medications to address chronic illnesses and multiple diseases. Taking multiple medications is known as polypharmacy, and it is particularly common among older adults, as they are more likely to need medications to manage an array of chronic conditions.

Durable Medical Equipment


  • candy-cane


  • crutch


  • walker


  • wheelchair


  • rollator


Bath Safety

  • toilet


  • restroom

    Toilet Seats

  • shower

    Shower Benches

  • towel-warmer

    Bathroom Rails

Patient room

  • hospital-bed

    Hospital Beds

  • 2890428

    Support Surfaces

  • 109108

    Trapeze Bars

  • lift

    Patient Lifts
    (Hoyer Lift)


  • nebulizer

    More To Come

  • nebulizer

    Nebulizer With Accessories


  • walker

    Walker Accessories

  • 109108

    Activity Of Daily Living Accessories

Life Home Care Location

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Life Home Care Headquarters - Livingston, NJ

Servicing the area around Livingston, NJ

70 South Orange Ave., Livingston, NJ 07039

specific duties that a CHHA provides

  • Bathing


  • Dressing


  • Ambulation


  • fall

    Fall prevention

  • Laundry


  • Errands


  • Toileting


  • brain

    Dementia Care

  • Companionship


  • ambulance


  • Meals

    Meal preparation

  • brain-1

    Alzheimer's Care

  • Housekeeping

    Light Housekeeping

  • Meds

    Medication reminders

  • wheelchair-1

    Assisted Transportation

  • wellness

    Range of motion exercises