When someone you love needs home care, you are faced with many difficult decisions. What kind of home care support does my loved one need? What are my payment options? How can you be sure the home care provider is the right choice?
The Commission on Accreditation for Home Care (CAHC) has been protecting the interests of home care consumers and supporting quality home care agencies since1986.
As New Jersey's largest and only state-based home care accreditation program, CAHC can help you answer your questions and find an accredited home care provider.
What is the difference between CAHC accredited agencies and the others?
You may find someone whose hourly rate is less than a certified homemaker-home health aide or a New Jersey licensed nurse whose agency is not accredited by CAHC. But, that can be a costly mistake.
Our agencies are put through rigorous testing to provide the best chance of having trustworthy and high quality home care services for your loved ones.
New Jersey has over 900 home care agencies. We accredit about 175 of
them each year.
Every New Jersey home care agency we accredit is monitored
on an ongoing basis, must meet our performance standards, and every
employee is screened. That is why CAHC accredited home care agencies
are the right choice.
When it comes to New Jersey home care,
the CAHC "seal of approval" makes a difference.