Senior Services


It’s a fact: we’re getting older as a population, and living longer than ever before. Today’s seniors are like no generation before them: active, engaged and determined to be independent for as long as possible. According to AARP, nearly 90 percent of seniors want to “age in place”, staying in their own homes as they grow older. Only 4 percent would prefer to move in with their adult children or relatives, rather than to an assisted living center or nursing home.


This growing trend of seniors living in the home, away from the structured care that a facility may provide, brings with it a series of new challenges – not only for the seniors, but also for their loved ones, many of whom are increasingly caring for their aging parents.


Enable works closely with seniors and their families to help them achieve just the right balance of independence, community, comfort, and safety. Our caring and experienced team offers a range of in home supports, including personal care, transportation and respite.


Enable is licensed by the State of New Jersey as a Health Care Services Firm, and is preparing for accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Home Care (CAHC).

Contact Enable for trustworthy services you can count on

Call our Admissions Coordinator today at 609-987-5003 or email for more information.  




85-year-old Alice is a fiercely independent senior who is also a gifted poet and creates beautiful needlework. Enable’s caring staff helps Alice take care of important tasks, and keeps her company through long days at home.

Enable staff works directly with seniors like Alice who prefer to age in place, but still require assistance with various tasks. Enable discovered that one of Alice's biggest worries was the fact that she had never completed her will or advanced directives. With Enable’s help, Alice was able to complete this task and gain peace of mind, knowing her final wishes would be addressed.

“I admire Alice’s independence. However, isolation can be a huge issue for the elderly. I visit her regularly and provide supportive counseling,” said Alice's direct care provider.