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Overall Rating 4.6 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • ★★★★★ a week ago

    It has been a true blessing to work for Stacey and Visiting Angels of Fort Lee. Stacey's care for her clients and unmatched any where else. She has always been very respectful & accommodating of my schedule and the hours I can work. The seniors she has paired me up with are a DELIGHT! Stacey,you are fulfilling your God given calling of senior care WELL!! God bless you & keep up the good work!!

  • ★★★★★ a month ago

    Visiting Angels of Fort Lee has been a godsend. They go above and beyond the call of duty. Stacey was there for mom whenever I needed an angel. So very accommodating. My mom made a new friend and loves her. More than once I called in a panick when my mom had to go to the ER and I wasn't home. Stacey arranged immediately for someone to meet mom at the ER. Stacey went herself to be with mom until someone got there. They are truly visiting angels. Thank you so much for taking such excellent care of mom.

  • ★★★★★ in the last week

    Visiting Angels of Fort Lee is the best of the best in home care and here is one story about why! In February, 2017, I learned that I would be having hip replacement surgery in April. I knew that I would be needing home help to do many of the tasks that would be limited by my surgery. But where to find this help - that was the dilemma. So, I began searching the web for home health care agencies. But, floating through my thoughts was a radio announcement for Visiting Angels, and, luckily, I pursued this option. I called the Visiting Angels of Fort Lee in March, and Stacey Lopis, the director, spoke with me. She explained the many ways her program services people needing support in their homes: Shopping, laundry, driving, personal care, and periodic nursing visits. It sounded too good to be true. AND YET, it is true! Stacey is caring, supportive, dynamic, and, her home visit reassured us that we had "found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow". She has been totally there for me, as demonstrated by a serious car crash that postponed hip surgery and redirected the focus to a quick response to my hospitalization and return home. She matched me with a special caregiver who has supported me both physically (shopping, laundry) and emotionally. I felt deeply relieved and comforted by Stacey's immediate actions to respond to this change in situations. Now, with surgery back on the calendar, she is even picking me up from the hospital when, finally, my hip replacement surgery is completed this month!! It has been such a joy and relief to be part of Visiting Angels of New Jersey family. I know, Stacey (and her exemplary staff )is one hundred percent there for me. I can't imagine being with anyone else.

  • ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    Stacy is very kind. The customer service is beyond satisfactory. She helped my mom when she was desperately in need of help. I couldn't ask for more. I hired their services to care for my mom while I was at work and I did not have to worry. They are a very trusting service but most of all a caring service.

  • ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

    Dont work here. Stay away from this agency. They never don't pay on time. My paychek always late. Stasy is mean to caregivers

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