Wilf senior campus launches at-home services
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Wilf senior campus launches at-home services

THE WILF CAMPUS for Senior Living in Somerset has opened Wilf At Home (WAH), a health-care agency providing compassionate care to those requiring assistance in private homes or assisted-living or long-term- care facilities. WAH’s team of registered and licensed practical nurses and case managers helps families navigate the complex health-care environment, from creating a home-care plan to aiding with transition from hospital to home; certified home health aides provide assistance with bathing and dressing, grooming, and medication reminders; and non-medical staff offer companionship and such services as meal preparation, laundry assistance, and light housekeeping. As a Jewish organization, WAH also offers pastoral care to its patients and families of all faiths.

WAH executive director Jean Leone said WAH offers plans to meet each individual’s needs, “ensuring that we create an atmosphere of trust, respect, dignity, accountability, integrity, and excellence.”

Wilf Campus president Bob Barry said WAH “provides families with the knowledge and confidence that their loved ones are being taken care of by trained caregivers.” The growth of the the campus’s health, wellness, and educational community programs “ensures that we are able to meet the needs of seniors and disabled populations during every step of their journey.”

The program joins the other Wilf Campus agencies: Stein Assisted Living, Wilentz Senior Residence, Stein Hospice, and Wilf Transport and its Education and Resource Center.

For information, contact 732-649-3502 or athome@wilfcampus.org.

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