New Jersey State License:

iHeart Home Care is a family owned and operated New Jersey State Home Care Service agency licensed by the New Jersey State Department of Health and Consumer Affairs, and we are accredited with the gold seal of approval by the Joint Commission. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide affordable, compassionate, customized home care services to all of our clients. Careful attention is given to identify each clients needs; thereby providing effective and affordable home care services to our clients every step of the way.The Current License Number is HPO168200.

Accreditation:


The National Association for Home Care’s HomeCare University Accreditation Program – the oldest Home Care Accreditation Program in the country.

Accreditation means your Home Care service meets twelve standards set forth by the National Association for Home Care, the nationally recognized accreditation body for Home Care Aide services.

HomeAdvisor:

HomeAdvisor – HomeAdvisor is a leading online tool that offers comprehensive tools and resources for people seeking advice in many areas, including healthcare. Harnessing 13 years of expertise helping more than 25 million people find a trusted service professionals, HomeAdvisor features the patented technology of ProFinder, showcasing the nation’s largest network of pre-screened, customer-rated and reviewed healthcare professionals.


National Association for Home Care

HomeAdvisor – HomeAdvisor is a leading online tool that offers comprehensive tools and resources for people seeking advice in many areas, including healthcare. Harnessing 13 years of expertise helping more than 25 million people find a trusted service professionals, HomeAdvisor features the patented technology of ProFinder, showcasing the nation’s largest network of pre-screened, customer-rated and reviewed healthcare professionals.


HomeAdvisor Approved Professional

The standards address the following:

Service

   – The agency provides professional supervision of the service that ensures safe, effective, and appropriate care to    clients.

   – The agency’s home care staff has been appropriately trained for the tasks they perform.

   – There are written eligibility criteria to ensure consistency in the development of your services.

   – There is a Client’s Bill of Rights.

   – There is responsible safety management in the care environment.

Staffing

   – There are sound personnel management practices for the recruitment, selection, retention, and termination of staff.

   – You have written personnel policies and job descriptions.

The Community

   – The agency plays an active role in assessing the health and social welfare needs in the community and in meeting them.

   – The agency informs the community about its services.

   – The agency evaluates its services.

Structure

   – The agency has legal authorization to operate and governance and fiscal structure to ensure accountability.

   – The agency complies with laws regarding non-discrimination.

  – There is a business ethics and compliance program to prevent, detect and report violations of laws, regulations, and unlawful conduct and to promote and ensure ethical business practices by all employees.