"Colette was selected as Home Health Aide of the year because of her dedication and compassion to her clients, her commitment to her community, and her consistently positive attitude. Collette is a great person, a wonderful caregiver, and an asset to Visiting Health and Supportive Services," stated Don Pinner, Chief Operating Officer for Hunterdon Regional Community Health.
Certified Home Health Aides work with people who maybe ill, elderly and disabled in their homes providing personal care, such as bathing and dressing, meal planning and preparation, and follow-up rehabilitative exercises as instructed by the physical, occupational or speech therapist. The home health aide can also assist with medications, perform light housekeeping and run essential errands for their clients.
Certified Home Health Aides are required to complete a 76-hour training course, offered through Visiting Health and Supportive Services, as mandated by the New Jersey Board of Nursing.
Visiting Health and Supportive Services is part of Hunterdon Regional Community Health which is located in Raritan Township and affiliated with Hunterdon Healthcare. Home Health Aides are essential to Visiting Health and Supportive Services.
For more information on Visiting Health and Supportive Services at 908-788-2562