Live Your Life On Your Terms

In The Comfort of Your Own Home.

Generations Home Healthcare is Owned and Operated by Registered Nurses.

We Provide In-Home Care in Somerset, Essex, Union, Morris, and Hunterdon Counties.

Generations Home Healthcare is Owned and Operated by Registered Nurses. We Provide In-Home Care in Somerset, Essex, Union, Morris, and Hunterdon Counties. (908) 290-0691 or (973) 241-4534

Our Home Care Services

Senior Home Care

Companions make the world a better place! Our compassionate caregivers know how to make your senior’s day a lot of fun.

Live-In Home Care

Live-In Home Care provides consistency and safety for families who need 24/7 care for a loved one. Ask us about Live-In Care.

Alzheimer's Home Care

Staying at home in a familiar place is always our first choice. Our caregivers make that possible by keeping seniors safe and happy.

Hospital to Home Care

Discharging from the hospital and arriving at home can be a stressful time. Let our staff take away your stress by preparing a smooth welcome home.

Parkinson's Home Care

Home Care can help with Parkinson's disease, and other mobility challenges. Getting regular exercise, but also help around the house is so important.

Virtual Caregiving

Virtual Caregiving helps keeps seniors safe and families connected when they can't be there in person. Remote care coordinators check-in and provide socialization and safety.

Awards and Memberships

Home Health Care Bernardsville NJ - Generations Home Healthcare Received 2022 Caring Stars Service Excellence Award
Caring Star 2021 Top Rated On Caring.com
Commission On Accreditation for Home Care Personal Care Services
Member of the Approved Senior Network
Home Care Pulse Certified Trusted Provider

Why Choose Generations Home Health?

Susan Myers, RN, Owner

Susan Myer, RN, Owner

Broad Experience:

Our unique approach was inspired by our management team’s combined 60+ years of business and healthcare experience. Owned and operated by registered nurses, our key staff members hold years of experience as caregivers in the home, in the community and in the hospital and long term care environments. We have seen what works and what doesn’t work in healthcare. The depth and breadth of this experience is unique in our field.

True Empathy:

The key members of our management team have personally experienced the challenges of caring for a loved one requiring total care at home, and have worked as caregivers for others who needed some assistance or were unable to care for themselves any longer. They have spent many hours supporting families struggling with the decision of how to care for a loved one who needs some assistance or cannot care for themselves any longer.

Unique Approach:

It was through these experiences that we at Generations became committed to developing a new approach to home healthcare: one whose focus is not limited to the completion of specific physical tasks but rather oriented towards the goal of supporting the client’s overall health and happiness. 

We understand that trust has to be earned. Our purpose is to create relationships based on trust, starting with the recognition that entrusting us with a loved one’s care is the highest demonstration of confidence a client can extend. 

People are our most important asset. 

How many times have you heard a company make this claim, only to come up short in practice?  At Generations we not only say it, we mean it. We know that to attract top certified home health aides, we need to reward and recognize them for their exceptional skills. We are dedicated to hiring the most compassionate and experienced CHHAs available. We treat them with the respect and dignity they deserve. We pay at the upper end of market scales, provide better benefits, and offer meaningful training and advancement opportunities.

Caring is not a job, but a passion

Generations’ management team members are experienced caregivers, both personally and professionally. When we say we understand your situation, we do. We have all experienced firsthand the role of a caregiver for a loved one. We understand the uncertainty, the challenges, and many times the overwhelming responsibilities that come with that role. We have also experienced having a caregiver come into our home to care for our loved one and know what to look for in hiring caregivers. We are nurses in critical and acute care-- supporting patients and families during some of their most difficult times. We know care, and we are passionate about it.

Local and Independent is better for you.

Bigger is not always better when it comes to caring for your loved one. Generations is the antidote to large, impersonal, national home healthcare companies and franchises. We recognize that home healthcare is a very personal, customized service industry like no other - and that there is huge demand for service that is truly caring and localized. Generations focuses on a market we know intimately – in a place where we have community, business and family ties. This focus is an important factor in our delivery of unprecedented levels of customized, compassionate, local service.

Professionalism is the key to great service...and peace of mind.

Generations distinguishes itself in providing professional service from the top down. On the business side, we are owned and operated by senior executives with decades of experience. On the caregiving side, we meet those same standards. Our owner and management team are experienced nurses with the same depth of experience in the hospital and community environments. This unique blend of business expertise and professional care is where Generations excels and truly distinguishes itself from all others. Our professionalism at all levels is reflected in the unparalleled service and expertise of those who interact with, and care for, your loved ones. And that’s what peace of mind is all about.

The caring continues

Placing the CHHA is just the beginning of our relationship. A Generations nurse will visit often to check in with your loved one—and the CHHA—to make certain everything is working well and to ensure the plan of care is working as it should. In addition, we keep in touch with the primary caregiver regularly to make certain you’re informed, involved and reassured. When our relationship starts, we regard it as our ongoing privilege to help care for your loved one.