Home care for all ages

Senior & Adult Care

Certified Personal Care Assistants (PCA) and Home Health Aides (HHA) are ready to assist you with your daily activities and medical needs. Medicaid, Medicare, and most private insurances often cover the costs of home care.

New Century Home Care is an approved provider for the Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Waiver Program (NHTD), a Medicaid covered program for seniors and disabled adults who qualify for nursing home services but choose to remain at home. We are also an approved provider for the Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver Program (TBI), for those who suffered a traumatic brain injury or stroke and require a nursing home level of care, which is covered by Medicaid as well.

Pediatric Care

Medicaid covers pediatric home care for children ages 3 – 18 with developmental disabilities such as autism or muscular dystrophy.

Pediatric care benefits the patient and provides much-needed respite for parents and/or existing caregivers.

Our aides are:

Carefully screened

All aides are rigorously screened, certified, and insured, and supervised by a professional nurse who is there to guide them every step of the way.


A professional nurse guides our aides every step of the way, from developing a custom care plan to keeping doctors updated and informed.


In addition to essential home care, our caring and compassionate aides provide much-needed companionship and stimulation.

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Types of care a home health aide provides:

Personal Care:

  • Assistance with bathing, dressing, and grooming
  • Oral hygiene
  • Monitor diet and nutrition
  • Feeding
  • Medication reminders
  • Hair care

Household Chores:

  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping/linen change
  • Food shopping
  • Personal laundry
  • Light vacuuming & dusting

Assistance with Daily Activities:

  • Answer the telephone
  • Schedule appointments
  • Escort to appointments
  • Assistance with a prescribed exercise program
  • Accompany on walks

Assistance with Traveling to:

  • Medical and dental appointments
  • Same-day surgical procedures
  • Pick up at hospital discharge
  • Social gatherings
  • Shopping

The simple process of obtaining a home health aide

Reach Out

‍Call 718-998-2100 or fill out the contact form above. Our team will then guide you through enrollment, ensuring the process is simple and quick. We can also assist you with your Medicaid application as well.


‍A registered nurse will visit your home to conduct an assessment of your needs and create a personalized plan of care in conjunction with your physician. This plan includes all necessary equipment, supplies, and services, accommodating dietary, religious, or cultural requirements.

Additional services we offer

Remote monitoring

‍A remote monitoring solution that enables patients and caregivers to be monitored and communicate with medical professionals. Features such as video telemedicine visits, digital health check-ins, and 24/7 support ensure patients remain safe and connected while residing at home.

At-home therapies

Skilled and professional at-home therapists ensure our clients receive the help they need without visiting an outpatient clinic for physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology.

With over two decades of dedicated service, New Century Home Care brings a wealth of experience to every client we serve. Our team's extensive knowledge and practical wisdom ensure your loved ones receive the best care possible.
At New Century Home Care, we understand that kindness and empathy are as important as medical expertise. Our compassionate caregivers provide physical assistance, emotional support, and companionship to brighten your loved one's day.
New Century Home Care is committed to excellence in every aspect of our service. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of quality and professionalism, ensuring that your family receives the care and attention they deserve. New Century Home Care is licensed by the Department of Health, as well as the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
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