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Home Instead Senior Care

973-453-5716 | 109 Main St. | Succasunna, NJ 07876

Posted July 1, 2019

To Us, It's Personal

As your parents and grandparents age, they may want and need additional companionship and help around the house.​

Home Instead Senior Care® in Morris County offers many different types of in-home care that can be individualized to meet the needs of your family members. Call us for a free consultation to learn how home care can benefit your family.

The Home Instead Senior Care network has been delivering in-home care for more than 20 years. All of our highly trained CAREGiversSM are bonded and insured for your peace of mind. Each CAREGiver completes a comprehensive training program to deliver individualized care with compassion.

What is Senior Care?

"Senior Care" simply means care that does not involve nursing-type activities such as wound changes. In-home care provides practical support with a human touch. Our compassionate CAREGivers assist elder clients with common activities of daily living like showering, cooking and much more. CAREGivers​ can even help with errands and transportation.

Types of Senior Care Services We Offer​​

Companionship Care
Personal Care​
Meals & Nutrition
House​hold Duties
Resp​​ite Care
Hos​pice Care Support Services
24 Hour and Live-I​n Care​

How Home Instead Senior Care Began in Morris County

In 2000, Andrea Sussman was seeking new challenges in the area of senior care. After successfully founding the Geriatric Care Coordination Program at St. Barnabas Medical Center, Andrea learned about Home Instead Senior Care and the wonderful work they were doing to help seniors and their families around the county from a neighboring Home Instead Senior Care owner. She wanted to bring that dedication and passion to the families of Morris County. So she joined forces with her mom, Susan Mayer, and together the two social workers launched what was soon to become one of Morris County's top senior care services.

Since then the business has grown and expanded from a tiny office in Morristown to an office in Denville and now to an even larger office in Succasunna. Home Instead Senior Care has now been successfully serving families with a variety of needs in Morris County and the surrounding areas for over 18 years.

Contact Information
  1. 973-453-5716

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