4 Assisted Living Facilities, Senior Care Homes and Senior Living Communities
800 HAMBURG TURNPIKE, WAYNE, New Jersey 07470
License #: NJ70A002
Capacity: 56 people
Phone #: (973) 942-5600
820 HAMBURG TURNPIKE, WAYNE, New Jersey 07470
License #: NJ70A003
Capacity: 105 people
Phone #: (973) 942-4800
493 BLACK OAK RIDGE ROAD, WAYNE, New Jersey 07470
License #: NJVQXWIZ
Capacity: 59 people
Phone #: (973) 692-9500
Located in Passaic County, New Jersey, Wayne is a township that is situated 20 miles from Midtown Manhattan. According to the census, the township had a total population of 54,717 with 17% of the total being the age of 65 years or above.
It is certain that given the high proportion of the aged, there is a pressing need for assisted living facilities that can cater to the needs of this age group. Such senior living facilities not only motivate the older people to live a happier and healthier life, but they also relieve the family members of the stress and worry that result from not being able to properly look after the aged individuals. This is quite understandable since families may lack the necessary skills and knowledge to appropriately look after their aged counterparts.
As such, Wayne senior care facilities play a major role in providing care and support to the aged. The facilities are specifically for those who may have retired, or have become senior citizens or disabled individuals who are unable to deal with tasks of daily living without additional help.
The facilities have professionals who will assist you with your daily routine such as cleaning your rooms, washing your clothes and cooking meals along with helping you with any other task that needs to be done. In addition, the experts treat you as one of their own giving you the feeling of being with your own family. They are ever more dedicated to making sure that you are happy and satisfied.
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
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