In-Home Services

SCUCS understands the responsibilities of caregiving and the related stress that can occur on a day-to-day basis. The following is a list of programs that offer information and support for caregivers, as well as programs that assist the elderly and those with disabilities who want to remain in their homes:

For more information on any of the following programs

Respite Care

Our Respite Care program is designed to give caregivers relief from the day-to-day responsibilities to their loved ones by providing care for vacations, weekends or even just a few hours a day. Through a menu of respite options such as adult day care programs, in-home health aides and temporary out-of-home placements, caregivers can choose the program that best suits their needs.

In addition to helping elderly and disabled persons in Camden County and Gloucester County, SCUCS is also devoted to assisting those that care for them. That’s why our Respite Program has become such an integral part of our organization. Whether it’s a break for a few hours, a few days or even weeks, our Respite Program allows caregivers the freedom to take care of personal matters or just a little time to relax.

The Respite Program helps those that:

  • are the primary caregiver for an elderly/disabled person over the age of 18
  • are caught between responsibilities at work and home
  • and are feeling tired or have too little time to get things done

Respite Services

For information about this program, call our offices at (856) 456-1121 Monday- Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM.

Caregiver Education

The Caregiver Education Initiative (CEI) is specifically designed to focus on the needs and concerns of the caregiver. Many people find themselves in a caregiving role for a relative or friend. Some can use assistance to make their caregiving role more manageable and effective. There is no cost to you.

The degree of care needed varies from one senior to another. SCUCS addresses these needs by offering programs that provide personal help with daily activities; home management and maintenance; or intensive supervision.

Personal Care

Our Personal Care program has been designed as short-term assistance for seniors who are recovering from an illness or injury that may not require full-time medical assistance but need some personal help with daily activities like bathing, laundry and housekeeping duties.

Telephone Reassurance

The Telephone Reassurance Program is a safety check and medication/meal reminder for people who live alone. It affirms someone does care by sharing a few minutes in friendly conversation. The call provides peace of mind to family, friends and participants.

To sign up for the program, or to become a volunteer, please call our office at (856) 456-1121.