What We Do


Home Care


Licensed nurses and home health aides provide all patient care. Staff members assess and monitor the patient’s health-care needs, educate patients and caregivers, and collaborate with attending physicians to promote continuity of care.

Caring World’s home health aides are certified medical professionals supervised by a registered nurse. Aides ensure patient care is provided in the safest and healthiest environment possible. It is important that patients, family members, caregivers, and physicians understand what home health aides may and may not do.

Home Health Aide Training


We offer a 76-hour Home Health Aide Training Course approved by the NJ Board of Nursing.

We hold training sessions every month and help students with the certification process. If you are interested in becoming a Certified Home Health Aide, Gentle Care Home Services has Registered Nurses on staff to train and supervise all new Home Health Aides. Our training sessions take place each month. It takes only two weeks to become a Certified HHA.

Behavioral Health


Caring World is one of our state’s flagship providers of gateway services, bringing challenged children and youths into the New Jersey Children’s System of Care.

We have joined with the Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Behavioral Health Services to provide in-home/in-community clinical support for young people facing behavioral and emotional challenges and for their families.