Legislators Honor Visiting Homemakers


Legislators from the 23rd and 24th Districts recently honored Visiting Homemaker Service of Warren County with a resolution in recognition of their 50-year anniversary. Assemblyman John DiMaio (23rd) presented the resolution on behalf of all the legislators on Dec. 13 at the organization’s office in Washington to board members and staff. DiMaio thanked Visiting Homemakers for their amazing service to the community. Certified Home Health Aides supervised by Registered Nurses assist their clients with activities of daily living enabling them to maintain their independence and live safely at home for as long as possible.  It also provides free Caregiver Education & Support Visits by registered nurses and coordinates the New Jersey Statewide Respite Care Program which provides primary caregivers with a necessary and much needed break from the 24 hour responsibility of caring for a loved one.  In addition, its seven Volunteer Programs: Warren County Meals At Home Program and Volunteer Connection Program (Chore Corps, Essential Medical Transportation, Bill Payer Assistance, Volunteer Shopping, Friendly Visitor and Telephone Reassurance), help clients maintain their highest level of self-sufficiency. For additional information call 908-689-4140 or visit www.vhswc.org

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