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The Senior Company Hudson offers personalized hourly and live-in-home care services. They offer care services to seniors living in Bergen, Morris, Essex, Passaic, Union, Hudson, Sussex, and Monmouth counties. The Senior Company is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Home Care. Services provided include fall prevention, dementia care, and personal care. They also accept long-term care insurance and do not require any upfront fees. The Senior Company Hudson offers a wide range of auxiliary services to provide an all-inclusive support system for your loved one and your family.
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To reach The Senior Company - Hudson call: (201) 355-5209
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