Home Care

Choosing Home Care for yourself or a loved one can be a difficult decision. Aside from the usual questions about the length and type of care that is needed, most families have a deeper concern: whom can they trust?

At Family & Children’s Service, we know that trust is an important part of our services. For over a century, we have been an essential and reliable community resource for individuals and families who need a helping hand.  Our Home Care Services helps hundreds of individuals remain at home, or return home sooner while recovering from illness, surgery or other medical conditions, to enjoy the comfort of their own home. We provide Certified Home Health Aides (CHHAs) and supportive care aides (companions) in private homes, assisted living facilities and other settings throughout Monmouth County.


FCS is a New Jersey State licensed and CAHC accredited Home Care Agency serving Monmouth County. Our professional and dedicated staff is committed to the care and well being of our clients. We work closely with individuals, families, medical professionals and referral agencies to develop a personal plan of care for each client. Whether a client requires just a few hours of care each week, or round the clock attention, we are here to help.

When is Home Care appropriate?

  • Following a hospital stay

  • For an injury or illness

  • When recovering from an accident, stroke or heart attack

  • Following surgery

  • When caring for a family member

Methods of payment:

  • Commercial Insurance

  • Long-term Care Insurance

  • Private pay

Working under the supervision of a registered nurse, our aides can provide:

  • Private-duty Home Health care

  • Assistance with bathing, showering, toileting, dressing and grooming

  • Assistance with transfers and ambulating

  • Meal preparation

  • Shopping and errands

  • Live-in aide

Contact: Home Care

Please describe your request to the FCS Home Care Program.

Meet FCS Home Care Aides of the Month!

On Being a Nurse

May 7, 2018

Kathleen Rosa is Registered Nurse with FCS Home Care Services, part of a team of four registered nurses who oversee the daily care needs of our nearly 200 Home Care clients. As part of National Nurses Week, we asked Kathleen, whose nursing career has spanned five decades, to share her thoughts on being a nurse.  This week is National Nurses Week — a significant week… Read More »On Being a Nurse

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Our CHHA Graduates, Top of the Class

August 14, 2017

Yvette Gary was unemployed when she received an e-mail notifying her of a free training offered by FCS to become a Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA). “I thought, I am a caring individual. This is something I could do,” Yvette recalled. Just a few months later, a very proud Yvette and 15 other women filed into a classroom at Keyport High School to cheers from… Read More »Our CHHA Graduates, Top of the Class

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Restoring Human Dignity with a simple Donation

June 20, 2017

Sometimes it is the little things that make a big difference. When members of the FCS Navarumsunk Auxiliary donated more than $700 last year to purchase adult diapers and pads for our Home Care clients in need, they had no idea the impact their donation would have on our client’s lives. “When I first heard of the gift, I was overjoyed,” says FCS Director of… Read More »Restoring Human Dignity with a simple Donation

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Congratulations to our 2016 CHHA Graduates!

July 28, 2016

It’s not often that a graduation brings so many tears, but the students enrolled in FCS’s first free Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) training class have formed a very special bond. The group of 17 men and women proudly paraded in cap and gown into a Keyport High School classroom on Tuesday, July 26th, in front of family and friends to receive recognition for passing… Read More »Congratulations to our 2016 CHHA Graduates!

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Celebrating our Extraordinary “Aides of the Month”

February 9, 2016

The choice to hire a Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) to care for your loved one may actually save his or her life! Recently our CHHA Maria Anchietta used her in-service training to identify symptoms of a stroke in her patient. Maria immediately called 911 and the patient was transferred to the hospital before further stroke damage could occur. Outstanding service and caring professionalism are… Read More »Celebrating our Extraordinary “Aides of the Month”

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Preparing for Life’s Storms

October 1, 2015

As I write this, the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management has posted coastal flood watches and warnings due to the impact of Hurricane Joaquin on our area. All up and down the Jersey Shore, residences and businesses are busy boarding up windows, lying sandbags and restocking emergency supplies in the event of possible flooding and power outages. Television news stations have set up live… Read More »Preparing for Life’s Storms

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