Seniors Helping Seniors offers personalized in-home senior care services specially developed to meet your unique needs or those of a loved one. Accepting help is often easier when the caregiver is a peer who can relate on a personal level, someone who understands the desire to remain independent.

Serving the greater Morris County Area


Receive Care

We can provide a mature caregiver, Certified Home Health Aide or Certified Nurse Assistant to help you or a loved one remain independent and living at home. We match our care providers to your needs with no complicated contract or long-term commitment.

Care for you or a loved one

Provide Care

We are looking for compassionate and caring mature adults, Certified Home Health Aides or Certified Nurse Assistants who like to help others. Join our team and make a difference in lives of seniors.

Provide care for others

In Home Assistance

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  • Dressing/Bathing/Grooming/Mobility Assistance
  • Friendly & Supportive Conversation
  • Light Housekeeping & laundry
  • Nutrition & Meal Preparation
  • Medication Reminders

Out and About

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  • Errands/Shopping
  • Transportation to Doctor, Dentist, Hairdresser
  • Eating Out
  • Recreational Activities & Outings
  • Religious services and other Events

For Family Caregivers

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  • Dementia/Alzheimer's Care
  • Vacation Coverage
  • Long Distance Check-Ins
  • Respite Care
  • Coordinate Doctor's Visits

Client Profiles

Joe is a 83-year old gentleman who recently moved in with his adult son. Joe’s mind is very sharp and he values his independence highly. However, Joe had been experiencing problems with his balance and suffered several falls at home. His son became increasingly concerned about leaving his father home alone while he was working during the day.


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